Friday, September 20, 2013

Shrink Rap Radio #369 – A Biopsychological Model to Guide Psychotherapy with Robert Moss

This is an interesting podcast from Shrink Rap Radio. Robert Moss developed a model he calls clinical biopsychology, explained in his 2001 book, Clinical Biopsychology in Theory and Practice, that offers treatment for mood disorders and relationship issues. Moss offers several papers at his site that can be read online or downloaded (see below).

Shrink Rap Radio #369 – A Biopsychological Model to Guide Psychotherapy with Robert Moss

Posted on September 19, 2013
Robert A. Moss

Robert A. Moss, Ph.D., ABN, ABPP, is a clinical psychologist who works with Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital in Greenville, SC. While teaching neuropsychology in 1984 he developed a theory that the cortical column is the binary unit (bit) involved in all cortical processing and memory storage. Based on this theory, the Clinical Biopsychological approach to therapy was developed and continued to guide his work while in full-time private practice for over 20 years. As of 2006 the neuroscience field provided sufficient evidence to make the brain model publishable in a refereed journal, with a detailed description of its application to psychotherapy being published this year. One aspect of treatment, Emotional Restructuring, is a single session approach to address influential relationship negative emotional memories. Bob is board certified in clinical psychology and neuropsychology and is a former associate professor in clinical psychology. He has authored 43 professional articles and has presented at a number of professional meetings.
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