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The Neurobiology of Compassion:

Clinical Applications for Therapists

January 11, 2022




Here’s what you’ll learn during The Neurobiology of Compassion: 

● How compassion and self-compassion work in the brain

● A simple tool to help clients receive compassion

● Two tools to teach clients how to increase their self-compassion

Neuroscience has received tremendous press in recent years, in large part thanks to the pioneering work of psychologists and researchers such as Dan Siegel, Bessel Van Der Kolk, Bonnie Badenoch, Stephen Porges, and others.


We now understand that the brain is not a static, fixed piece of machinery. Instead, our brains and nervous systems are capable of lifelong growth and transformation. When treating clients, the brain can be a powerful therapeutic partner in healing. But, how?


In this free webinar, Jules explores why many of our clients have trouble accepting compassion from others and themselves. Then, she will guide you through how to work with the brain to help clients take in compassion.


There will also be time for Q&A at the end of the webinar so that you can ask Jules your questions in real-time.


Jules Shore has been researching neuroscience for over a decade and specializes in applying Interpersonal Neurobiology to treating clients. She uses this knowledge about the brain to guide client sessions and design the path of therapy.


We know you’re busy. So, if you sign up you’ll get a replay of the webinar within 48 hours if you can’t make it live.