There are indications that 2014 will see much more interest in brain-based psychotherapy.
Greenville, South Carolina (PRWEB) January 14, 2014
Over the past 13 months, Dr. Robert A. Moss has authored 4 peer-reviewed articles and 2 other professional articles on a comprehensive brain model and its applications to the understanding and treatment of psychological problems. In addition, he made paper presentations in association with three of his graduate students at the Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration conference in Barcelona, Spain, last May.
Interest in this his brain code model work has resulted in Dr. Moss being ranked in the top 5% of all members of the science community at Research Gate. Additionally, he became the founding editor-in-chief of the new professional journal, AIMS Neuroscience, in November.
Dr. Moss was asked to join the Panel of Experts at Neuropsychotherapist.com in July, and the Board of Advisors in December. At the Neuropsychotherapist website, he has posted responses to the last 3 Big Questions, covering topics on the teaching of empathy, the next big breakthrough in mental health, and the new NIMH RDoC framework. He was also the invited guest on Shrink Rap Radio in September for an in depth interview on the Clinical Biopsychological approach.
Social media has offered another avenue to assist in advancing awareness of Clinical Biopsychology. The facebook page and blog of the Center for Emotional Restructuring, as well as Twitter and Linked In connections for Dr. Robert Moss, is each helping to keep interested individuals abreast of developments.
References for the recent articles are as follows:
Moss, R. A., Hunter, B. P., Shah, D., & Havens, T. (2012). A theory of hemispheric specialization based on cortical columns. Journal of Mind and Behavior, 33, 141-172.
Moss, R. A. (2013). Psychotherapy and the brain: The dimensional systems model and clinical biopsychology. Journal of Mind and Behavior, 34, 63-89.
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
There are indications that 2014 will see much more interest in brain-based psychotherapy. An article is being published in New Therapist magazine to introduce a new set of psychotherapists to Clinical Biopsychology and Dr. Moss is scheduled to do an hour workshop on the approach at the April international meeting of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies in Atlanta.
Dr. Moss is double board certified; in clinical psychology through the American Board of Professional Psychology and neuropsychology through the American Board of Professional Neuropsychology. He has authored 47 professional articles and presented at numerous regional, national, and international conferences. He is currently employed at Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital in Greenville, SC.