Client Communication and Therapeutic Response: A Workbook of Neurobiologically-informed Exercises for Sharpening Resonance (Norton Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology)

Arlene Montgomery

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A companion guide to the author’s earlier book on the clinical applications of neurobiology.

Client Communication and Therapeutic Response illustrates key principles of affect regulation through case examples. Topics include affect regulation and the autonomic nervous system, defense mechanisms and the limbic system, threat management and the amygdala, therapeutic engagement issues and the vagal system, personality disorders as affect management strategy, the adolescent brain, integrating selected neurobiological concepts into the supervisory process, and psychotic symptoms.

Arlene Montgomery tackles the vexing problem of a clinician’s internal response to clients, utilizing exercises to examine the therapist’s reactions to clinical material as a way to gather data about the client’s internal experience. Selected treatment principles of regulation theory guide each chapter. Companion concepts such as intersubjectivity, strangulation of affect, and hidden regulators of attachment are also presented.

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