Working with Implicit and Explicit Memory to Heal Trauma and Attachment

We are honored to welcome Bruce Ecker, MA LMFT, of the Coherence Psychology Institute as one of our upcoming expert speakers for the Therapy Mastermind Circle. Neural Circuits and Memory Reconsolidation Typically, the cause of symptoms of trauma lies within the emotional learnings of the implicit memory. Implicit Memory – No awareness or language regarding the [...]

Trauma and Memory, Dr. Peter Levine

reprinted with permission. Memory: Gift and Curse Chapter 1: The Illusion of Memory Memory is the selection of images; some elusive; others printed indelibly on the brain. Each image is like a thread … each thread woven together to make a tapestry of intricate textures. And the tapestry tells a story. And the story is our [...]

5 Clinical Ideas to Bring Implicit Encoding to Explicit Integration

One of the great challenges, when working with early Attachment patterns we all accumulate in childhood, is that we are working in the territory of implicit memory which is pre-verbal, non-conceptual, and sub-psychological. How do we excavate this type of memory that is encoded in the body and not in the mind? – because mind was [...]

Peter Levine: Trauma & Memory – Chapter 1

reprinted with permission. Memory: Gift and Curse Chapter 1: The Illusion of Memory Memory is the selection of images; some elusive; others printed indelibly on the brain. Each image is like a thread … each thread woven together to make a tapestry of intricate textures. And the tapestry tells a story. And the story is our [...]

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