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120 minutes


Learning Objectives:

Attendees will be able to:

identify and classify key domains of routinization

measure individual domains of negative routinization

implement protocols for self-awareness training related to transformation

predict areas of friction due to routinization

predict brainmap patterns based on dimensions of psycho-social interaction

plan/construct a regime of coaching to transform negative routinization

distinguish between positive and negative routines

distinguish between transformation and transcendence

apply methods of insight to transformation
Test Questions:

1. One of the primary ways the human nervous systems organizes percepts, memories and behaviors is through the development of

a. routines

b. habits

c. algorithms

d. a & b
2. One of the best techniques for re-programming a routine is

a. visualization

b. concentration

c. will power

d. none of the above


3. One of the best methods for identifying negative routines is

a. self-awareness training

b. asking the opinion of others

c. watching for negative emotions

d. all of the above
4. One of the best approaches for identifying dimensions of behavior that indicate sources of trauma that lead to the development of negative routines is

a. taking the ISI

b. taking the 16PF

c. asking a good friend

d. reading a self help book.
Answers: 1. a, 2. a, 3. a, 4. a
Bibliography:

Soutar, Richard (2006). The Automatic Self. iUniverse: Lincoln, NE.


Beck, Judith S. (1995). Cognitive Therapy: Basic and Beyond. New York: The Guilford Press.
Cozolino, Louis (2002). The Neuroscience of Psychotherapy: Building and Rebuilding The Human Brain. New York: Norton.
Davidson, Richard J. (2000). Affective Style, Psychopathology, and Resilience: Brain Mechanisms and Plasticity, American Psychologist.
Le Doux, Joseph (2002). The Synaptic Self: How Our Brains Became Who We Are. Viking: New York.
Schwartz, Jeffrey M. and Sharon Begley (2002). The Mind and The Brain. Harper Collins: New York.



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