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“Interview on Clinical Biopsychology at Somatic Perspectives on Psychotherapy” Announced by Center for Emotional Restructuring LLC

May 7, 2014

Dr. Robert Moss discusses the Clinical Biopsychology Model as a brain-based psychotherapy approach from its origin to its current status. It represents a major step toward true psychotherapy integration.

Greenville, SC (PRWEB) May 07, 2014

Clinical neuropsychologist Robert A. Moss, Ph.D., FACPN, FAACP discussed the origin and current status of his work on the columnar brain code model (Dimensional Systems Model) and its applied treatment approach (Clinical Biopsychology). He has discussed this for years in his professional articles, self-help books and CDs, professional training, and clinical practice. The interview, packed with information to open a whole new view of the human mind and behavior to listeners, is also available in transcribed form.

Dr. Moss has written a professional treatment manual on Clinical Biopsychology, as well as popular books on Givers and Takers. This year, he has written articles on this psychotherapy treatment approach for practicing psychotherapists in January’s New Therapist magazine and April’s Neuropsychotherapist magazine. He presented an hour continuing education workshop at the April international conference of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies in Atlanta.

In contrast to other psychotherapy theories (psychodynamic, humanistic/existential, cognitive-behavioral), the Clinical Biopsychological approach is the only one based on how the brain processes and encodes information. Last September Dr. Moss authored the first refereed professional article on the brain-based concept of Givers and Takers and how this appears to explain the two “metatraits” of the current predominant Five Factor Theory of personality traits.

Dr. Serge Prengel’s Somatic Perspectives on Psychotherapy is about approaches to psychotherapy that pay attention to the body. This includes approaches that focus primarily on somatic processes; as well as approaches that integrate psychodynamic, relational, behavioral or experiential perspectives with somatic processes. An underlying goal is to explore the convergence between contemporary psychotherapy and the bottom-up, process-oriented models of the human mind that are emerging from neuroscience and evolutionary psychology.

Full information on all aspects of the brain theory and its applications, including all related articles, is available at emotionalrestructuring.com. All of his current brain-related articles are also available at ReseachGate.com and Academia.edu.

Dr. Moss is board certified in clinical psychology and neuropsychology. He has authored 50 professional articles and presented at numerous regional, national, and international conferences. He is the editor-in-chief of AIMS Neuroscience which has a theoretical emphasis. He is currently employed at Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital in Greenville, SC, but will be joining the Washington Medical Group in Washington, DC, at summer’s end.

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