Oct 8, 2018
Today we talk with therapist Kate Cohen-Posey as she addresses topics such as
How understanding the ventral vagal social engagement system encourages clients to change their tone of voice.
Why should people with social phobia do better knowing about the default mode network?
What is the neuroscience basis for distraction techniques?
What is the connection between adrenalin and automatic negative thoughts?
Kate Cohen-Posey, MS LMHC LMFT, is a licensed mental health counselor and marriage & family therapist who has been in practice since 1973. She treats adolescents, adults, families & relationships using an integrative approach to counseling including: behavioral, cognitive, somatic, emotional focus, brainspotting, picture gazing and more. Some of her talks include —”Neuroscience for Clinicians;” “Brain Switch: turn reactivity into resiliency,” “When they go low, we go High.” You can find out more about Kate at Talking Helps Us.