He has described a detailed psychotherapy integration approach, called Clinical Biopsychology, based on that brain model.
Greenville, South Carolina (PRWEB) December 26, 2013
Robert A. Moss, Ph.D., FACPN, FAACP, is a clinical neuropsychologist currently employed by Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital. He established the Center for Emotional Restructuring 20 years ago to promote a neuroscientific approach to psychotherapy. This involves a theorized brain code model based on the cortical column. He has described a detailed psychotherapy integration approach, called Clinical Biopsychology, based on that brain model.
Over the past 12 months, Dr. Moss published six new articles on how information is processed and stored as memories in the brain, as well as how this applies to psychological treatment. The two most recent articles were published in the International Journal of Neuropsychotherapy, which is the peer-reviewed journal of The Neuropsychotherapist. One of these articles discussed loss-related depression while the other was on interpersonal relationship behavior patterns.
The Neuropsychotherapist, together with the supporting website http://www.neuropsychotherapist.com, is designed to develop a platform for a meeting of minds, where therapists can come for a broad overview of the latest research, theory and practice in all areas that affect our mental well-being. Neurology, psychology, relationships, diet, environment, genetics and more have a complicated and multifaceted influence upon our mental lives. The goal is to be aware of all these factors and find effective therapeutic approaches that take them into account.
Neuropsychotherapy is an integrative approach to therapy that takes into account the dynamic interplay between the mind, body, social interaction, and the environment on a person’s well-being with a focus on neuroscientific research. By understanding the mechanisms of our biology (and in particular our neurology), the processes of our psychology, and the influences of social interaction, it is believed a holistic therapeutic practice can be formulated.
In addition to his responses to the Neuropsychotherapist's website’s Big Questions, Dr. Moss has contributed the following articles at The Neuropsychotherapist website:
Moss, R. A. (2013). Givers and takers: Clinical biopsychological perspectives on relationship behavior patterns. International Journal of Neuropsychotherapy, 1, 31-46. doi:10.12744/ijnpt.2013.0031-0046
Moss, R. A. (2013). A clinical biopsychological theory of loss-related depression. International Journal of Neuropsychotherapy, 1(2), 56-65. doi: 10.12744/ijnpt.2013.0056-0065
Moss, R. A., (2013). A roadmap to the cerebral cortices. The Neuropsychotherapist, 2, 114-117. doi: 10.12744/tnpt(2)114-117
Moss, R. A. (2013). Gamma-band synchronization and cortical columns. The Neuropsychotherapist, 3, 126-127. doi: 10.12744/tnpt(3)126-127
Dr. Moss is board certified in clinical psychology and neuropsychology. He has authored 47 professional articles and presented at numerous regional, national, and international conferences. He has written relationship books and a professional training manual. Copies of all of Dr. Moss' articles are available at researchgate.net, academia.edu, and the Center for Emotional Restructuring website. He has a blog at the emotionalrestructuring.com website with a variety of interesting topics for both the casual reader and those who wish to have their minds challenged.