with Mark Robert Waldman
Faculty, Holmes Institute (2011-Present)
Executive MBA Faculty, Loyola Marymount University (2009-2019)
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Class 2 Replay:
The Default Network: The Most Creative Part Of Your Brain That Coaches And Teachers Suppress!
Knowing this powerful information about the Salience Network gives you added coaching advantage to empower your clients and yourself.
Replay: Master Class #2
When it comes to the traditional trauma-centered therapies like EMDR, Trauma-Focused CBT, exposure therapy, can “Relaxed Mindful Awareness” and the unique Trauma-Centered NeuroCoaching protocols improve them? And what about alternative forms like Somatic Experiencing, EFT/Tapping, hypnosis, yoga, deep breathing, and positive imagery? Why has the research found them less effective and potentially harmful? I’ll show you the latest research explaining why body-oriented theories are flawed, and offer new and simple ways to enhance the effectiveness of both traditional and nontraditional approaches.
Trauma Master Class #1 Replay
Replay: Master Class #1
As an introduction to my new course starting in January – The Principles and Practice of Trauma-Centered NeuroCoaching – I’m presenting two FREE MASTER CLASSES to my entire email list exploring how traumatic experiences are turned into “remembrances” that are constantly being changed by three key Networks in your brain. A “memory” begins as a learning experience the moment we have a powerful emotion – positive or negative. It is then transformed into dozens of “memory traces” that are stored in the imagination center of your brain, and is then constantly revised to help us solve problems occurring in the present moment. I’ll give you experiential examples of how your Default Network is like an orchestra conductor, and how each musician plays a different “instrument” – a piece of memory – that is turned into a symphony of feelings that shape your conscious experience of life!