NICABM Offers Cutting Edge Programs in Brain Science, Trauma Treatment, Mindfulness Practice, and Other Mind-Body Medicine Topics.Through our various programs, we provide cutting-edge findings and clinical applications in the areas of brain science, trauma and PTSD treatment, mindfulness, spirituality in healing, and mind-body medicine. The practitioners who benefit from these programs include psychologists, doctors, nurses, counselors, and social workers, though really anyone with an interest in health and mental health topics can enjoy the content of the programs, which include:
New Findings from Brain Science
How can we improve the health of our brains? Experts like Dan Siegel, Norman Doidge, Bruce Lipton, and Daniel Amen reveal some of the most astounding and life-changing approaches that you can use immediately with your patients.
Mindfulness Practice and the Brain
Exciting new findings in neurogenesis and neuroplasticity suggest that mindfulness practice can change brain pathways. Learn the newest findings from brain science and then the nitty-gritty of how to use mindfulness meditation as a tool for increased health. Speakers include: Rick Hanson, Tara Brach, Sharon Salzberg, and Daniel Siegel.
Not everyone who undergoes stress ends up traumatized. How can we help to build up the stress resilience in our patients, while at the same time better treating those who do become traumatized? Join experts like Peter Levine, Pat Ogden, Stephen Porges, and Christine Courtois as we investigate new treatments for PTSD.
New Approaches to Mind-Body Medicine
Issues like obesity, pain, and hormone imbalance need to be addressed using a holistic approach. Learn new ways to look at healing so that the entire being (mind-body-spirit) is involved. Experts in this series include Joan Borysenko, Joel Fuhrman, and Brian Wansink.
Re-Thinking Women's HealthExciting new findings from leading experts on women's health are changing our thinking about hormones, nutrition, and optimal aging. To be truly responsive to women and their needs, practitioners need to create a new vision of women's health. Speakers for this series include: Christiane Northrup, Joan Borysenko, Judith Orloff, and Donna Eden.