Embodied Neurobiology (2 credits)*

Embodied Neurobiology is offered in collaboration with Embodied Neurobiology of Austin,Texas and is taught by its founder Kalila Homann. From Kalila: “This dynamic course is designed to explore emerging concepts in affective neuroscience research related to embodied clinical practice. The course explores the neurologically interrelated functioning of sensation, perception, memory, and emotion. Clinically relevant inquiry regarding neuroplasticity, attachment, and the developing mind orient each session.”

Specific topics include polyvagal theory, somatic markers, implicit/explicit processing, right/left brain hemisphere integration, and the role of relational and social environments in supporting human growth.

Kalila will offer this course either online or in person in BC for The Movement Arc Dance/Movement Therapy training students.