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Lunchtime Seminar April 11, 2013 (46:27 min.)
Amy BanksIn order to change relationships and the brain pathways that guide them, you must have an in-depth, nuanced understanding of your relationships.

Amy Banks, M.D.: Mapping Your Relational Web
Lunchtime Seminar April 11, 2013 (46:27 min.)

Amy BanksIn order to change relationships and the brain pathways that guide them, you must have an in-depth, nuanced understanding of your relationships. In this seminar, Banks taught participants how to map their relational webs, a process of identifying the quality and quantity of the relationships that are shaping their brains. From the assessment, participants identified relational and controlling images that may be interfering with current relationships and identified relationships with low risk where they may be more successful at increasing intimacy or closeness.

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