(Um dieses auf German zu lesen,klicken Sie hier).

2017 will be a big year for Crucible Neurobiological Therapy, offering therapists and the general public new resources for healthier living through novel application of modern brain science.

New Book!

During 2017 Dr. Schnarch will release his first book on Crucible Neurobiological Therapy, illuminating how the human brain works in relationships, and explaining mind mapping, traumatic mind mapping and subtle interpersonal trauma occur in every-day life. The German-language version is currently being translated by his personal translator, Tara Christopeit, so we know it will retain the lyrical style of the English version. This easy-reading book will please the lay public with in-depth case vignettes and practical tips for better living, while mental health professionals and savvy readers will enjoy the scientific details and brain research documented in the extensive appendices. Sign up for notification when it's available!

New Workshops!

In 2017 we will roll out two new workshops for therapists, based on our new book, offering increased depth and new methods in Crucible Neurobiological Therapy that can resolve emotional trauma and dysfunctional childhoods. These programs bring new levels of precision and empirical measurement to psychotherapy that German clients and therapists can appreciate.

  • Our new 4-day "Brain to Brain Therapy Workshop" helps you become a master therapist, increasing the accuracy and power of psychotherapy, and turning intense client-therapist interactions into powerful brain-changing events. Offered in Ulm, April 5-8, 2017.
  • The new 6-day Intensive Training immerses you in specific techniques of Crucible Neurobiological Therapy, the neuroscience on which they are based, and practical use of in-session physiological monitoring of clients and therapists as a clinical tool. Offered in Helmstedt, October 6 -11, 2017

Monthly Crucible Clinical Webinar Series!

Our exciting monthly case conferences on applying Crucible Therapy will continue into the New Year. Each month, therapists from across Europe gather to analyze participants’ difficult resistant cases and develop more effective interventions. You can submit a case from your own clinical practice for consideration. Webinar case materials and discussions are bilingual with German-language translation provided. Don’t miss this helpful adjunct to our other offerings.

Crucible Case Consultation Webinars continue on May 10, 2017.