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IC07 Workshop 20 - Pathways to Normalize and Optimize the Brain: The Evolving Paradigm - Richard Landis, PhD and Gary Ruelas, DO, PhD


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Topic Areas:
Workshops |  Neuroscience
Category:
Erickson Congress |  Erickson Congress 2007
Faculty:
Richard Landis, PhD |  Gary Ruelas, DO, PhD
Duration:
1:34:58
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Audio Only
Original Program Date:
Dec 07, 2007
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Description:

During the Decade of the Brain, fMRI and SPECT scans provided new insights. But after the dust settled, it was not clear how therapists could use this information in the service of mental health. Combining Ericksonian paradigms with the latest science of brain dynamics, this workshop will lay out a step by step methodology that can be easily followed and implemented to improve and optimize your clients’ emotional and cognitive functioning.

Educational Objectives:

  1. To identify three pathways to increase brain plasticity and mental health.
  2. To list three reasons patients might not respond to medications.

*Sessions may be edited for content and to preserve confidentiality*

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Richard Landis, PhD's Profile

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Richard Landis, PhD, is a clinical and medical psychologist, international trainer and author. He is the Executive Editor for the Milton H. Erickson Foundation Newsletter, the Director of Training for the Southern California Society for Ericksonian Psychotherapy and Hypnosis and Clinical Director of the Ericksonian Integrative Medical Institute of Orange County. He is board certified in traumatology, and holds diplomate status in the areas of integrated medicine, behavioral medicine, and psychopharmacology.


Gary Ruelas, DO, PhD's Profile

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Gary Ruelas, DO, PhD, holds doctoral degrees in medicine and psychology. His passion for working with individuals has been an integral part of his life. First trained as a child neuropsychologist, then in family medicine, he is one of the limited number of individuals in the country licensed as both a clinical psychologist and a physician.


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