Mindsight Video Lecture Series Package: MESA 177 - 178

Lectures given by Dr. Dan Siegel
20 Lectures $999

A collection of two of our courses:

♦ MESA 177 "Mindsight in Action: 10 Practical Applications" explores the latest science in underlying emotional and social intelligence

♦ MESA 178 "The Latest Neuroscience Applied: From Neuroplasticity to Neural Integration" highlights why neural integration leads to well-being

COURSES IN PACKAGE

MESA 177

Lecture 1:   Mindsight in Politics
Lecture 2:   Practical Applications: Strengthening the Mind Part 1
Lecture 3:   Practical Applications: Strengthening the Mind Part 2
Lecture 4:   The Teen Brain
Lecture 5:   Connecting to our Parents Across the Lifespan
Lecture 6:   Trauma and Attachment
Lecture 7:   Thriving with Uncertainty in Life
Lecture 8:   Mindsight at Work
Lecture 9:   Mindsight in the Media
Lecture 10: How Relationships Promote Health and Happiness

MESA 178

Lecture 1: Mindful Awareness and Neuroplasticity
Lecture 2:   Applied Neuroscience Part 1: The impact of genes and epigenetic regulation on neural development
Lecture 3:   Applied Neuroscience Part 2: The connectome and neural integration
Lecture 4:   Thinking, Deciding, and Behaving
Lecture 5:   Attachment Inspired Psychotherapy
Lecture 6: The Adolescent Mind and the Journey into Adulthood
Lecture 7:   Drug Experimentation, PTSD Treatment, and “Spiritual Transformation”
Lecture 8:   Autism and Social Cognition Challenges
Lecture 9: Presence, Attunement, and Resonance in our Relationships
Lecture 10: Cultural Evolution and Mindsight

This online activity offers a maximum of 40 CE Credits

(scroll down for learning objectives)

 

The Lifespan Learning Institute and the Mindsight Institute are cosponsors of the Continuing Education programs offered. 

 

APA: Lifespan Learning Institute is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Lifespan Learning Institute maintains responsibility for the program and its content. 

BRN: Lifespan Learning Institute is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing (provider #03424).

CAMFT: Lifespan Learning Institute is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, & LEPs. Lifespan Learning Institute maintains responsibility for this program/course and its content. (provider # 050085)

IMQ/CMA: The Lifespan Learning Institute is accredited by the Institute for Medical Quality/California Medical Association (IMQ/CMA) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. IMQ/CMA is approved by ACCME to accredit CME providers.


 

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Institute for Medical Quality/California Medical Association (IMQ/CMA) through the joint providership of Lifespan Learning Institute and the Mindsight Institute.

The Lifespan Learning Institute is accredited by the IMQ/CMA to provide continuing medical education for physicians.The Lifespan Learning Institute designates this online activity for a maximum of 40 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 

It is your responsibility to verify with your licensing board / organization that they will accept the types of CE credit we offer. Out of state LMFTs, LPCCs, LEPs, and/or LCSWs should verify with their licensing board if they will accept BBS CE.

CE Credit requests are currently processed bi-monthly - on the second and last Sunday of each month. To request a CE exam for a given course or series, please email Ryan McKeithan at info@drdansiegel.com. Upon completion of the exam, please email the exam into us at info@drdansiegel.com for review. Once you have passed the exam, your CE Certificate be emailed to you as soon as it's available. 

 

Disclosure: The speakers, and planning committee members listed below have disclosed that they have no relevant financial relationships with commercial interests.

- Daniel J. Siegel, M.D. & Marion Solomon, PhD 


 

Learning Objectives:

 

Mesa 177

  1. Provide an examination of how the political process involves relationships and the human brain
  2. Offer an overview of research focusing on political opinion and neural functioning.
  3. Examine the nature of the mind and how integration is the fundamental process by which the mind can be strengthened.
  4. Examine the regulatory aspect of mind and how it is comprised of monitoring and modifying energy and information.
  5. Examine the nature of the mind and how integration is the fundamental process by which the mind can be strengthened.
  6. Explore the ways in which chaos and rigidity reflect a non-integrated internal or interpersonal aspect of mind.
  7. Provide an overview of how changes in the teen brain can help explain teen behavior and the importance of teens in our cultural evolution.
  8. Examine how adolescence is a stage unto itself, not just a period of transition.
  9. Explore the importance of making sense of parent-child relationships, even into adulthood.
  10. Examine the attachment studies that reveal how models of attachment shape how we interact with others across the lifespan.
  11. Define the ways in which trauma shapes the mind of the child.
  12. Review the three major integrative circuits of the brain that are negatively impacted by early childhood trauma.
  13. Examine how states of mind that are receptive to uncertainty may promote health.
  14. Define how to cultivate resilience by thriving in the face of uncertainty.
  15. Examine the principles of interpersonal neurobiology that create a healthier work environment.
  16. Explore how seeing the mind of oneself, understanding the mind of others, and integration each play a vital role in organizational functioning.
  17. Examine how modern media shapes brain function.
  18. Identify the impact of various forms of media on brain development across the lifespan.
  19. Recognize how research across a wide range of disciplines reveals how supportive relationships promote well-being.
  20. Examine how relationships support a healthy mind and a healthy body and brain.

 

Mesa 178

  1. Identify 3 core aspects of mindful awareness training.
  2. Describe 4 neurphysiological benefits to mindfulness practice.
  3. List 4 components of the neuron.
  4. Describe how genes and their epigenetic regulation influence neural development.
  5. Identify 3 major integrative regions of the brain.
  6. Name 9 processes that emerge from the interconnected prefrontal cortex.
  7. Identify 2 routes of thinking.
  8. Recall 3 aspects of decision making in the adolescent brain that may increase the chance of risky behavior.
  9. Assess 4 factors essential for secure attachment.
  10. Name 3 categories of insecure attachment.
  11. Describe 4 essential aspects of adolescence.
  12. Differentiate 2 dimensions of change in the adolescent brain.
  13. Describe 2 ways in which psychoactive drugs may positively impact PTSD.
  14. Contrast the healing of trauma and “Spiritual Transformation.”
  15. Explain the fundamental steps of social cognition.
  16. Discuss how autism and related conditions vary in how social cognition is carried out.
  17. Contrast the processes of presence, attunement, and resonance.
  18. Recognize how integration emerges in close relationships.
  19. Explain how cultural evolution is based on patterns of communication.
  20. Compare a mindsight-full culture to a mindsight-less culture.
  • Who is the Mindsight Lecture Series intended for?

The series is designed for professionals in various clinical fields within mental health and medicine, but the content is also useful for others as well, including educators, coaches, parents, corporate leaders, and mediators. New and returning students alike have found that this lecture series invigorates their professional and personal lives.

  • Is this a clinical group?

This is not a process, therapy or clinical supervision group. The purpose of this series is for educational and professional development.

  • How long will I have access to the video lectures?

You may watch the lectures as many times as you'd like and they will remain in your library forever.

  • What is the best way to view the video?

Stream the video lectures on any computer, tablet, iPhone or Android-based device of your choice!​

    • Can I download the lectures?

    The lectures are not downloadable at this time; however, you can stream them on any device that has an internet connection -- as often as you like and at your convenience.

    • How do I get my CE Hours? Who is eligible to receive CE Hours?

    Once you have finished the course, please email Ryan McKeithan at info@drdansiegel.com to request the test. Upon verification that you have passed the program's CE test with a score of 80% or higher, your CE certificate will be emailed to you within ten business days. If you require CE credit on an urgent basis, please let us know. Courses offering CE credit are approved by the APA, BRN, CAMFT, and IMQ/CMA. 

    • May I earn CE Hours if I am located outside of California?

    All CE accreditation information for Mindsight Institute courses can be found on our CE Credits page. If you are located outside of California, please contact your licensing board to see if they will honor CEs from the Mindsight Institute.

    • How do I earn a Certificate of Completion?

    A Certificate of Completion is available after completing this course. Please email Ryan McKeithan at info@drdansiegel.com to request a test.

    COURSE INFORMATION

    PRICE

    $999

    DURATION

    Duration 
    40 hours

    FORMAT

    Video Stream

    LEVEL

    Level 
    Intermediate

    CE CREDITS