Interpersonal Neurobiology - Program Resources
We draw from many experts – theorists, researchers and practitioners – for this program.
The number one name in Interpersonal Neurobiology is Dan Siegel. Dan Siegel’s website, Dr. Dan Siegel Inspire to Rewire, has wonderful audio and video clips (check out the Blue Man Group video!), Mindsight Online Courses, and information about his speaking engagements. Dan was the founding editor of the Norton Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology. He is a consummate synthesizer and integrator of the research and theory and then translates this into ideas that underpin the work that is done in any setting. It is not so much an ‘approach’ as it is the underlying principles that help us to be successful in any arena of work.
Other names in IPNB:
Allan Schore is another IPNB expert. He took over as editor of the Norton series and has been writing on topics such as attachment theory as an affect regulation process as well as right brain to right brain communication. Check out his website for some excellent resources.
GAINS is the professional organization that was formed around the same time as our certificate program. This is the go-to spot for wonderful information on IPNB. Check out the impressive Advisory Board and the GAINS Quarterly which has now become the Journal for Interpersonal Neurobiology Studies: Theory, Research, and Practice, edited by our very own Debra Pearce-McCall and Bonnie Badenoch.