April 7, 2017
In April of 1979, a sixteen-year-old boy was tried as an adult and convicted of killing a professor in New Orleans, LA. Twelve years later his conviction was overturned due to prosecution misconduct. Senior Scholar Amy Banks, M.D., discusses her personal connection to this case.
In this video, Amy Banks, M.D., talks about how to form healthy and thriving social connections.
In this video, Amy Banks, M.D., talks about social pain and how people respond to it in the same way as they do physical pain.
In this video, Amy Banks, M.D., talks about the theory that humans are hardwired to connect.
In this video series, Amy Banks, M.D., Director of Advanced Training at the Jean Baker Miller Training Institute (JBMTI), Judith Jordan, Ph.D., Director of the JBMTI, and Maureen Walker, Ph.D., Director of Program Development at the JBMTI discuss the some of the work of the Institute.