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Publisher's Summary

Connecting Paradigms: A Trauma-Informed & Neurobiological Framework for Motivational Interviewing Implementation provides an innovative approach to helping those struggling with past trauma to make critical life changes and heal from their pain and suffering. Scientific understanding of the brain, the impact of trauma, and research around behavioral change has grown exponentially over the last several decades. This knowledge is challenging and transforming thinking around how we provide mental health and substance abuse education, medical care, criminal justice, and social work. Connecting Paradigms presents an integrated model, combining research in neurobiology, trauma, behavioral change, harm reduction, and motivational interviewing into a practical skillset easily implemented across a variety of settings and professions.
©2017 Matthew S Bennett (P)2017 Matthew S Bennett
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5 out of 5 stars
By Victoria K. on 06-06-18

Great Book!

Valuable perspective on trauma and neurobiology's effects on MI. This is one I actually took notes on and might buy a hard copy for reference. However, I found the narrator's affected accent when quoting Tich Nhat Hanh to be mildly amusing bordering on slightly offensive. No need to take on a fake Asian accent to enhance the message. Otherwise, great audio.

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