Mind, Brain and Relationships

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Mind, Brain and Relationships

  1. 1. Mindsight,  Rela/onships  and  the  Brain:   What  is  the  Mind  and  Mental  Health?   A  view  from  Interpersonal  Neurobiology   Daniel  J.  Siegel,  M.D.   Mindsight  Ins/tute   www.mindsigh/ns/tute.com    Mind Your Brain, Inc., (c) 2012
  2. 2. Mind:    A  common  term  in  search   of  a  defini/on  Mind  Your  Brain,  Inc.,  (c)  2012  
  3. 3. What  comprises  MIND?       Awareness,       Subjec/ve  Experience       AND…  Mind  Your  Brain,  Inc.,  (c)  2012  
  4. 4. WHAT CONNECTS RELATIONSHIPS, BODY/BRAIN and MIND? MIND (EMBODIED)RELATIONSHIPS BRAIN Mind  Your  Brain,  Inc.,  (c)  2012  
  5. 5.   Mind  is  also  a     Self-­‐Organizing,     Emergent  Process     of  both     the  “embodied  brain”     and    rela;onships        Mind  Your  Brain,  Inc.,  (c)  2012  
  6. 6.   energy  and  informa-on       arise  via     the  bodily  mechanism  of  the  the     “embodied  brain”       and  are       shared  through     pa?erns  of  communica;on  within    rela-onships  Mind  Your  Brain,  Inc.,  (c)  2012  
  7. 7. BUT:         ARE         energy  and  informa-on       Scien-fic?           Are  they  “Real”?        Mind  Your  Brain,  Inc.,  (c)  2012    
  8. 8. RELATIONSHIPS:    SHARING      “BRAIN”:  THE  EMBODIED  MECHANISM    MIND:    EMERGENT,  SELF-­‐ORGANIZING  PROCESS  that  arises  FROM  AND  ALSO  REGULATES    the  FLOW  OF  ENERGY  AND  INFORMATION    Within  Us  and  Between  Us   Mind  Your  Brain,  Inc.,  (c)  2012  
  9. 9. What is a Healthy Mind?Mind  Your  Brain,  Inc.,  (c)  2012  
  10. 10. The  River  of  Integra/on  Mind Your Brain, Inc., (c) 2012
  11. 11. INTEGRATION: THE LINKAGE OF DIFFERENTIATED PARTSMind  Your  Brain,  Inc.,  (c)  2012  
  12. 12. Major  Mindsight  Principles   —  The  mind  is  both  EMBODIED  (Within  Us)  and   EMBEDDED  in  rela/onships  (Between  Us)   —  Harmony  emerges  from  integra2on—the  linkage  of   differen;ated  elements  of  a  system   —  Chaos  and/or  Rigidity  result  from  impaired   integra/on    Mind  Your  Brain,  Inc.,  (c)  2012  
  13. 13. Mind  Your  Brain,  Inc.,  (c)  2012  
  14. 14. Mind  Your  Brain,  Inc.,  (c)  2012  
  15. 15. Middle  Prefrontal  (OFC,  v  and   dMPC,  vlPFC,  ACC)  Func/ons   — Bodily   — Insight   Regula/on     — Empathy   — A]uned   Communica/on   — Morality   — Emo/onal   — Intui/on   Balance   — Fear  Ex/nc/on   — Flexibility  Mind  Your  Brain,  Inc.,  (c)  2012  
  16. 16. www.mindsightinstitute.com www.drdansiegel.com Inspire  to  Rewire  Mind  Your  Brain,  Inc.,  (c)  2012  

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