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Neuro-psychotherapy 


To learn about neuro-psychotherapy in one minute, watch this short video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ngp2KZXzNI


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Neuro Psychotherapy uses the concept of neuroplasticity.

Neuroplasticity (Source: https://positivepsychology.com/neuroplasticity/)

Neuroplasticity refers to the brain’s ability to adapt. Or, as Dr. Campbell puts it:


“It refers to the physiological changes in the brain that happen as the result of our interactions with our environment. From the time the brain begins to develop in utero until the day we die, the connections among the cells in our brains reorganize in response to our changing needs. This dynamic process allows us to learn from and adapt to different experiences”

Celeste Campbell (n.d.).


Our brains are truly extraordinary; unlike computers, which are built to certain specifications and receive software updates periodically, our brains can actually receive hardware updates in addition to software updates. Different pathways form and fall dormant, are created and are discarded, according to our experiences.


When we learn something new, we create new connections between our neurons. We rewire our brains to adapt to new circumstances. This happens on a daily basis, but it’s also something that we can encourage and stimulate.


In addition to changes in the way the brain works and functional adaptations, neuroplasticity offers potential avenues for psychological change as well.

As Christopher Bergland (2017) notes,


“One could speculate that this process opens up the possibility to reinvent yourself and move away from the status quo or to overcome past traumatic events that evoke anxiety and stress. Hardwired fear-based memories often lead to avoidance behaviors that can hold you back from living your life to the fullest.”

We already use medications and chemicals to change the way our brain works, and psychology has certainly put forth tons of effort to learn how to change the way the brain works through modifying our thought patterns. What if we really can make permanent, significant changes to our brain structure and function through simple activities that we often do in a normal day?

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Neuroplasticity and Clinical Practice: Building Brain Power for Health

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