Two New books by Allan N Schore to be released March 2019: Right Brain Psychotherapy, and The Development of the Unconscious Mind

We are excited to announce that The Norton Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology is releasing two upcoming books by Allan Schore in March 2019. Right Brain Psychotherapy “The latest groundbreaking, interdisciplinary work from one of our most eloquent and significant writers about emotion and the brain. An exploration into the adaptive functions of the emotional right brain, which describes not only … Read More

Gathering the Self: A Necessary Act That is Fractured by Trauma

By Sarah Peyton, author of Your Resonant Self As I prepared myself to present a weekend workshop in Vancouver, British Columbia called Healing Addiction: Acknowledging the Impact of Trauma, I thought about the beauty of the words, “gathering oneself together.” There’s the in-breath that comes with the contracted diaphragm, a counterintuitive shortening of muscle that leads to the expansion of … Read More

Editorial Musings Reconsidering the Nature of Trauma Bonnie Badenoch, PhD

Editorial Musings Reconsidering the Nature of T rauma Bonnie Badenoch, PhD Our word “trauma” comes directly from the Greek word titrosko, meaning “wound.” So from an interpersonal neurobiology perspective we might ask, “What is the nature of the wound to brain, mind, and relationships that produces both the objective conditions and subjective experience of trauma?” In mulling an answer to … Read More