Interpersonal Neurobiology:​ A New Perspective​
(4- Continuing Education Hours)

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Interpersonal Neurobiology:​ A New Perspective​

Course Description

Interpersonal Neurobiology: A New Perspective provides a framework for understanding the contributions of brain development to human behavior (i.e. cognitive, emotional development, reasoning). Emphasis is placed on neuroplasticity, early vulnerabilities in child brain development, executive functioning, memory recall, interpersonal relationships, and impact of trauma across the life course. Practitioners will be able to consider and appreciate how experiences shape gene expression. Specific emphasis will be placed on how traumatic life and medical events (i.e. abuse, exposure to violence, stroke, neurodegenerative disorders, accidents) can be a risk-factor for developing symptoms of psychopathology (anxiety, depression, PTSD. Practitioners will be able to identify methods for ameliorating the long-term effects of trauma.

Course Outline

Course Title: Interpersonal Neurobiology: A New Perspective

Instructor: Trélan Nicole Holder, MS, LCSW

Contact Hours/CEUs: 4-Hours

Format: Online Self-Study Course (Text-based Readings and Videos)

Process: Register and pay for course. Read content online. Pass online posttest and print certificate of completion. Registrants can access course for 2 years from date of registration.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify four quintessential perspectives pertaining to how early experiences contribute to brain development
  • Identify the key structures (higher, central, lower, hind) of the brain.
  • Define the functions of the key structures (higher, central, lower, hind) of the brain.
  • Apply concepts of Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB) to how experiences influence Parent-Child Relationships
  • Define Neuroplasticity
  • Identify the implications of neuroscience and brain development on social work practice.
  • Define and identify Epigenetic Factors—the ways in which specific experiences directly influences how genes are expressed.
  • Define Susceptibility in the context of how certain early experiences (supportive and neglectful) significantly prepare or deter young children from developing effective capacities (executive functioning) to regulate their behavior.
  • Define Memory recall (implicit/explicit memory) and how this function contributes to human behavior in the context of healthy and traumatic life experiences.
  • Identify healthy and maladaptive mechanisms in the context of coping and adapting to life crises.

Course Features

  • Lectures 65
  • Quizzes 9
  • Duration 50 hours
  • Skill level All levels
  • Language English
  • Students 11
  • Assessments Self
  • Module 1: Course Overview and Pre-Test 0/3

    • Lecture1.1
      Course Description-Interpersonal Neurobiology
      5m
    • Lecture1.2
      Learning Objectives
      5m
    • Quiz1.1
      Pre-Test: Interpersonal Neurobiology
      10 questions
  • Module 2: How Early Experiences Shape Gene Expression 0/5

    • Lecture2.1
      How Experiences Shape Gene Expression
      5m
    • Lecture2.2
      Nature vs. Nurture
      5m
    • Lecture2.3
      Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB)
      5m
    • Lecture2.4
      Beyond Genetics
      5m
    • Quiz2.1
      Module 2: Review Quiz
      3 questions
  • Module 3: Early Experiences- Memory 0/7

    • Lecture3.1
      Early Experiences- Memory
      5m
    • Lecture3.2
      How Early Experiences Contribute to Brain Development
      5m
    • Lecture3.3
      Factors of Memory Retrieval
      5m
    • Lecture3.4
      Two Forms of Memory
      5m
    • Lecture3.5
      Implicit Memory
      5m
    • Lecture3.6
      Explicit Memory
      5m
    • Quiz3.1
      Module 3: Review Quiz
      2 questions
  • Module 4: Early Brain Development 0/14

    • Lecture4.1
      Child Brain Development
      5m
    • Lecture4.2
      Development of Key Brain Structures
      5m
    • Lecture4.3
      Correlations between Fetal Behavior and Brain Development
      5m
    • Lecture4.4
      Parts of A Child’s Brain
      5m
    • Lecture4.5
      The Brain and Nervous System
      5m
    • Lecture4.6
      Sensory Development (Vision)
      5m
    • Lecture4.7
      Vulnerabilities
      5m
    • Lecture4.8
      Teratogen Exposure: Timing
      5m
    • Lecture4.9
      Early Biological Insults and Brain Development
      5m
    • Lecture4.10
      Developmental Neurotoxins
      5m
    • Lecture4.11
      Understanding Effects
      5m
    • Lecture4.12
      Timing of Teratogen Exposure
      5m
    • Lecture4.13
      Nutrient Deficiency
      5m
    • Quiz4.1
      Module 4: Review Quiz
      4 questions
  • Module 5: Childhood Trauma 0/5

    • Lecture5.1
      Childhood Trauma
      5m
    • Lecture5.2
      Our Past Experiences Influence Parent-Child Relationships
      5m
    • Lecture5.3
      Video: InBrief- The Foundations of Lifelong Health
      5m
    • Lecture5.4
      Video Reflection and Reading Exercise: Inbrief- Foundations for Lifelong Health.
      5m
    • Quiz5.1
      Module 5: Review Quiz
      3 questions
  • Module 6: Brain Structure 0/11

    • Lecture6.1
      Brain Structure
      5m
    • Lecture6.2
      Limbic System
      5m
    • Lecture6.3
      Lower and Higher Structure
      5m
    • Lecture6.4
      Central Structure
      5m
    • Lecture6.5
      Brain Activity
      5m
    • Lecture6.6
      Structure of A Neuron
      5m
    • Lecture6.7
      Architecture of A Neuron
      5m
    • Lecture6.8
      Neurons or Nerve cells – Structure function and types of neurons
      5m
    • Lecture6.9
      Experience: Neurons and Brain Development
      5m
    • Lecture6.10
      Synaptogenesis
      5m
    • Lecture6.11
      Synaptic Development
      5m
  • Module 7: Neurodegenerative Disorders 0/16

    Multiple Sclerosis, Early On-Set Dementia, Alzheimer's

    • Lecture7.1
      Neurological Disorders
      5m
    • Lecture7.2
      Cognitive Issues: Multiple Sclerosis
      5m
    • Lecture7.3
      Early Onset: Dementia and Alzheimer’s
      5m
    • Lecture7.4
      Medical and Psycho-Social Challenges
      5m
    • Lecture7.5
      Alzheimer’s vs. Typical Age-Related Changes
      5m
    • Lecture7.6
      10 Early Symptoms of Alzheimer’s
      5m
    • Lecture7.7
      The Aging Brain
      5m
    • Lecture7.8
      On The Neural Level
      5m
    • Lecture7.9
      A Neuron with the Plaques and Tangles of Alzheimer’s
      5m
    • Lecture7.10
      Alzheimer’s Trajectories
      5m
    • Lecture7.11
      Moderate Alzheimer’s Disease
      5m
    • Lecture7.12
      Severe Alzheimer’s Disease
      5m
    • Lecture7.13
      Medications
      5m
    • Lecture7.14
      Behavioral Interventions For Sleep Changes
      5m
    • Lecture7.15
      How Alzheimer’s Medications Work…
      5m
    • Lecture7.16
      Neurological Exam
      5m
  • Module 8: Life Events Health Outcomes: Neurological Effects of A Stroke Neurological Impacts of Traumatic Events (PTSD) 0/13

    • Lecture8.1
      Stroke
      5m
    • Lecture8.2
      Stroke and Depression
      5m
    • Lecture8.3
      Emotions and Mirror Neurons
      5m
    • Lecture8.4
      Video: The Secret Life of The Brain: The Adult Brain
      5m
    • Quiz8.1
      Video Reflection: Surviving A Stroke- Marvin’s Narrative
      2 questions
    • Lecture8.5
      PTSD: Emotions
      5m
    • Lecture8.6
      Video: The Secret Life of The Brain: The Adult Brain- Surviving a Traumatic Event
      5m
    • Lecture8.7
      Treatment
      5m
    • Quiz8.2
      Video Reflection: Surviving a Traumatic Event- Johnny’s Narrative
      2 questions
    • Lecture8.8
      Resources
      5m
    • Lecture8.9
      References
      5m
    • Quiz8.3
      Post-Test: Interpersonal Neurobiology
      10 questions
    • Quiz8.4
      Course Survey: Interpersonal Neurobiology- A New Perspective
      10 questions

Course Features

  • Lectures 65
  • Quizzes 9
  • Duration 50 hours
  • Skill level All levels
  • Language English
  • Students 11
  • Assessments Self
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Renew Perspectives, LCSW, PC is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for Licensed Social Workers #SW-0026. Additionally, New York State Education Department (NYSED) Social Work Board Approved Courses are recognized by Connecticut and New Jersey for Continuing Education. In 2014, Trélan Holder founded Renew Perspectives. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), who is a skilled psychotherapist with extensive years of experience in mental health and human services. Trélan is an Adjunct Lecturer at Columbia University School of Social Work and the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College. She attained her Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology from Clark University, her Master of Science Degree in Social Work from Columbia University, and a Certificate in Bioethics and Medical Humanities from Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Cardozo Law School. Additionally, her clinical pursuits include a postgraduate certificate in psychodynamic psychotherapy training from the NYU Institute for Psychoanalytic Education.

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