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Somatic Psychotherapy SIG Workshop: The Neuroscience of Love and Attachment
October 8, 2017 | 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Presented by: Marc Milstein, Ph.D.
What’s happening in our brain when we fall in and out of love? Why does “love” feel the way it does? How does our neurobiology shape our behaviors when we’re in love? Can love last? Can it be rekindled? What are the underlying brain mechanisms that explain our need to bond or attach to another individual?
This 2-hour workshop will explore cutting-edge, scientific insights on the brain’s role in love and attachment, as well as findings that have revealed some critical and previously mysterious answers to these questions.
Dr. Marc Milstein specializes in teaching leading research on human health, productivity, and happiness, in a way that entertains, motivates and empowers his audience with solutions to live better. We are so excited to have Dr. Milstein return for the 3rd time, as his skills as an educator provide clinicians with current scientific information, in an easily-transferable way to help us better help our clients with the complexities of neurobiology and emotions, including love.
Workshop Learning Objectives
- Be able to apply new, neuroscience insights when working with clients challenged by the emotions of love
- Utilize new, scientific knowledge of the various stages of love and why it can easily fade
- Apply the latest brain science of Attachment Theory
- Discuss the science of mindfulness as a powerful strategy for creating and maintaining healthy relationships
$25 – LA-CAMFT Members and other CAMFT Chapter Members
$35 – State CAMFT Members, Non-Chapter Members
2 CEUs provided. Space limited.
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Marc Milstein PhD earned his doctorate in biological chemistry from UCLA as well as a bachelor of science in molecular, cellular and developmental biology from UCLA. His doctoral research uncovered the role RIN1, a tumor suppressor in breast cancer. Marc is fascinated by the link between our brains and our health and has conducted research on topics ranging from genetics to combating the spread of resistant Tuberculosis to cancer biology to neuroscience. His research has been published in multiple scientific journals and he has presented his work at conferences throughout the United States and internationally. Marc was the recipient of the prestigious California Breast Cancer Research Fellowship Award. Marc has also created and simplified complex educational content for major corporations.
For more information, contact Daniel Factor.
CAMFT Approved Continuation Education Provider 59450. This course meets the qualifications for 2 continuing education credits for MFTs, LPCCs, and/or LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.
LA-CAMFT is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for MFTs, LPCCs, and/or LCSWs. LA-CAMFT maintains responsibility for this program/course and it’s content.
Participants will receive an evaluation form as part of the sign in/out form and must complete form at the conclusion of course in order to receive CE.
To receive CE certificate: Participants must sign in/sign out, and must complete an evaluation form upon course completion. *For a Course Schedule, or for anyone requiring accommodations for special needs, please contact Course Organizer.
Refund policy: 48-hour notice required for refund of fee minus $5.00 administrative cost. Exceptions can be made for 48-hour notice in cases of emergency. Contact Daniel Factor, Course Organizer, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Grievances: Program Administrator, Valerie “Billie” Klayman, manages all grievances—and will acknowledge, investigate and remedy grievances. Response to grievances will be made in writing within 30 days. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.