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Clients ask us implicitly and explicitly about boundaries everyday. Does your training include detailed ways to think about boundaries, how the brain is processing different kinds of boundaries, and interventions that are geared to shift problematic boundaries?


I have created this training to answer those questions and fill in gaps that I saw in my training around working with clients with boundaries. This course is a synthesis of information about the brain, ideas about boundaries from a variety of thinkers and clinical practice.


I have split boundary work into four categories and will explore the neural networks and brain states involved in each category. Then we'll move from theory to practical application and see boundary work in action with clinical demos.


Plan to leave with a categorization for different types of boundary work, thoughts about how to support healthy executed boundaries and specific practices to do with clients that you can take into your office now.

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Essential Skills Relationship Bootcamp

4/24/21 - 4/25/21

Join us for a 2-day online weekend Relational Bootcamp for couples, individuals and also therapists training in the Relational Life model.

Through a combination of lecture, role-play, small group exercises and personal work, this workshop will help you to attain the relationships you want in your life. 

This is an authorized presentation of Terry Real's Essential Skills Relationship Bootcamp facilitated by Rebecca Wong, Victoria Easa, and Juliane Taylor Shore, Certified Relational Life Therapists.

Open to all individuals and couples welcome regardless of race, sexual preference, or religion.

Registration closes April 10th.


Brains in Session

Now Available Online!

The Mind, the Brain, and Relationships


In this online, self paced course full of both didactic and experiential content, we will explore Interpersonal Neurobiology. Applying the research that is opening the door to a deeper understanding of how our brains, minds, and relationships function can create more intentional, efficient and deep work with our clients. 


Interpersonal Neurobiology is not a therapy, it is a theory of mind and theory of change that can help you discover how to organize you tool box to work with the natural energy and information flow patterns of the brain.


This course is an integration of the work of Dan SiegelBonnie BadenochBessel Van der KolkStephen PorgesAntonio DimassioIain McGilchrist, Robert Sapolski, and many more. We will apply it to individual clients as well as couples and families, children and adults, so no matter which population you specialize in, you’ll find this course helpful.

  • Understand basics about anatomy and function

  • Get more practice using psychoeducation about the brain in session

  • Learn techniques that aid in deepening flexibility and adaptability across 8 levels of brain integration

  • See demos of the work in action

  • Learn how to read the scientific literature

  • Experience the work yourself so that you feel comfortable taking it into your office



Guided Meditation with Juliane Taylor Shore

Guided Meditation with Jules
00:00 / 25:28



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CNN's Van Jones and Erica Hill partner with "Sesame Street" for Coming Together: Standing Up to Racism, a town hall for kids and families. Watch the town hall in its entirety here.

The show talks to kids about racism, the recent nationwide protests, embracing diversity and being more empathetic and understanding.

There is a tremendous amount of uncertainty in the world at the moment, more than many of us have seen in our lifetimes. Join author Elizabeth Gilbert as she talks about how we can meet our fear with compassion, and why now is the time to remember that humans are creative, resourceful, and resilient. 

What can each of us do? This is where self-compassion comes in. Self-compassion boosts the immune system, it reduces anxiety, and it’s the easiest way to keep our hearts open to others. Some measure of fear is a healthy response to a contagious virus, of course. We want to respond to the contagion in a wise manner – with preventive measures that benefit ourselves and others.

Coronavirus and collective stress around the world. Why this moment so anxiety-producing and how can we stay resilient in the face of it.


What is self-compassion and why is it so important? Why is self-compassion so hard? Juliane Taylor Shore, LPC-S, LMFT-S, SEP and Senior Clinician, Jen Eversdyk, LPC are thinking and talking about the neurobiology of self-compassion and how hard it is to do, as well as strategies to get more of it. They talk about practicing self compassion and how to do so.

This video includes a clinical demo! 

Our couples come to us so often saying that communication issues are their biggest hardship. In this video, IPNB clinician Kelly Edwards, LPC Associate, LMFT Associate and founder Juliane Taylor Shore LPC-S, LMFT-S, SEP share one tool that can transform your communication issues when you want to share something about a difficult moment with your partner. Grounding in Love and Repair? Yes, please!

Jules joins Kimberly May LPC-S, LMFT, founder of Substance Use Therapy Austin, to discuss harm reduction as it pertains to substance use therapy, as well as dispel some myths about this model and talk about the importance of compassion and connection, because "The opposite of addiction is not sobriety, it's connection".

Could it be that Jaak Panksepp was onto something? When we look at the world right now there is so much rage and so much need for creative thinking and problem solving. Could it be that connection with each other is the answer to both? Juliane Taylor Shore gives a brief overview of Jaak Panksepp's work on the SEEKING system and how we move back into connection when that system is thwarted.

Juliane Taylor Shore joins one of her senior clinicians at IPNB Psychotherapy of Austin, Jami Lynn Bula, LPC, LMFT, for a discussion over ways to be with yourself, with your partner and with your kids in this time when we are a bit on top of each other. They both share ideas for helping kiddos, helping yourself and helping each other. 

EMDR with Mark Blockus

What is EMDR?  Who is EMDR good for?  Can you do EMDR online? Juliane Taylor Shore joins Mark Blockus, LPC Associate, NCC, CCTP supervised by Juliane Taylor Shore, LPC-S, LMFT-S, a clinician at IPNB Psychotherapy of Austin, to answer some of these questions and provide us with a clearer view on this effective psychotherapy method.