GAINS Spring Break!

We are taking a brief break from Living Journals. Please visit our rich library of archived Living Journals. We’ll be back to our regularly scheduled programming next month! Thank you for being a part of our Interpersonal Neurobiology Community.

Integrated Life Skills for Managing Life’s Demands

By Ross and Jamie Ungerleider  Our newly published book, Discovering Your Mindful Heart: An Explorer’s Guide.  Developing your internal resources to manage life’s demands (published by Balboa Press), weaves emerging information from the field of interpersonal neurobiology into the pioneering work of Virginia Satir and the experiences of the authors in their careers working with professionals (mostly in healthcare) who are … Read More

Integrated Life Skills for Managing Life’s Demands; a conversation with Ross and Jamie Ungerleider March 17th 1:00 pm PST – 2:00 pm PST

Click Here to Register! Join us to hear about this newly published book, Discovering Your Mindful Heart: An Explorer’s Guide;  Developing your internal resources to manage life’s demands written by the Ungerleiders. Ross’ and Jamie’s book weaves emerging information from the field of interpersonal neurobiology into the pioneering work of Virginia Satir and the experiences of the authors in their … Read More

Finding Our Way Along the Healing Path ~ By James Finley

What follows is the introduction to a book that James Finley is currently writing on the spirituality of healing. We are deeply grateful to him for sharing these rich words with us, describing an intimate and vulnerable journey towards healing. Dr. Finley will join our Living Journal webinar on January 13, 2021 to discuss our innate capacity to be more … Read More

Finding Our Way Along The Healing Path with James Finley on January 13, 2021, 1:00 pm PT

Finding Our Way Along The Healing Path Date: January 13, 2021, 1:00 pm PT Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-k_q07TNQ1aE-EogQDcOKQ As a contemplative practitioner and clinical psychologist, James Finley helps seekers who desire to live a contemplative, whole life. Drawing from his experience as a former monk and spiritual directee of Thomas Merton, Jim offers trustworthy guidance for the spiritual journey through this website, online … Read More

Foundations of Interpersonal Neurobiology: An intro to the unique certificate program through Portland Community College October 14th at 1:00 PST

Beginning January 2021, the Foundations of Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB) will launch the next online opportunity for you to dive deeply into the field of IPNB. Join us to discuss the details of the coursework (including Leadership, Teaching, Mindfulness, Science, and more). You will hear from expert faculty and former students and have the chance to ask questions. With such wide-ranging … Read More

Exploring the Origins of Prejudice: Considering the neurobiology of implicit bias By Dr. Lou Cozolino September 9th at 1:00 PST

Human history is plagued with examples of prejudice, racism, and genocides. In fact, the ubiquity of prejudice and racism seems to suggest that we are hard-wired to dislike, distrust, and even hate those who are different from us. The fact that conflicts and slaughter based on race, tribal affiliations, and religion continue unabated in the “modern” world only seems to … Read More

Differentiation and Linkage in an IPNB Business Model and as a Multidisciplinary Approach to Complex Clinical Cases

This blog is a lead up to the Living Journal scheduled for 7/15/2020 at 1:00 PST. Register here: Center For Connection Round Table Living Journal Intro by Tina Payne Bryson, LCSW, PhD, Founder/Executive Director of The Center for Connection: When I speak to groups of therapists, I often get asked about my clinical practice, The Center for Connection. People often want … Read More

“The Flowers are Burning…Oceans A Rising”: Art, Climate Change & Injustice and IPNB- A Conversation with Artists Mary Kay Neumann and Helen Klebesadel August 7th 1:00p.m. PST

Please join us for a unique webinar exploring the intersection of art, climate change and IPNB.  Artists Mary Kay Neumann and Helen Klebesadel collaboratively created the ever expanding art exhibit and climate justice project “The Flowers are Burning…Oceans A Rising”. They talk with Kirke Olson and Sher Kamman about their passion for collaboration and discuss the interconnectivity that links their work with the … Read More