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SEFIPP Scientific Meeting: “The Brain and the Mind in Psychotherapy”

  • 09/15/2012
  • 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Memorial Regional Hospital, Aud. A-D, 3501 Johnson Street, Hollywood, Florida 33021


  • Half-Day event rate for current members of SEFAPP
  • Employee ID required at the door to receive free rate. For Memorial Events only
  • Professionals who are not current members of SEFAPP.
  • Half-day events only
  • with copy of current student ID

Register on or before event date to avoid $15 late fee.
Registration is closed
Presenters: Max Harris, Ph.D. & Stefan Pasternack, M.D.

Presentation Info: Click here to view/download full brochure


After attending this program in full, participants will be able to:

  1. Understand and clinically apply how early experience impact brain development and mental health.
  2. Recognize and clinically apply how the blocking of empathy in emotional flooding is related to brain processes.
  3. Understand how mirror neurons are related to the experience of empathy.
  4. Understand and clinically apply how brain processes of empathy increase modulation and mentalization.
  5. Identify the major symptoms clusters in different type of borderline patients.
  6. Identify abnormalities in the pre-frontal cortex, amygdale and other neural circuits that underlie different symptoms.
  7. Learn how to tailor psychotherapeutic techniques to different types of borderline patients.

CE Credits: 3 (three), upon completion

Register by September 14th to avoid at-the-door late fee

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