Recording Page: Harnessing Memory Reconsolidation for Treatment of Traum

Can traumatic memories and patterns be changed so they no longer haunt a person emotionally? Neuroscience research suggests they can by harnessing the mechanism of memory reconsolidation, the brain’s own process of updating an emotional memory with new meanings and associations.

In this webinar, Courtney Armstrong will discuss this exciting discovery and share a simple five-step protocol you can use in treatment to safely reconsolidate traumatic memories and create corrective emotional experiences that change the brain.

Within this conversation, the importance of the therapeutic relationship, attachment, and how interpersonal experiences change the brain and elicit memory reconsolidation will also be discussed.