FYSIOLOGISK TEORI

2014

Ny strategi for PTSD-terapi

Kæreby, Flemming - Trykt i Tidsskrift for Psykoterapi nr. 3 2014

I den senere tid har traumeforskere overvejet, om de skulle udvikle kriterier for at skelne mellem forskellige typer af Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) og dermed afdække et behov for differentieret behandling.

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2011

Social engagement og polyvagal theory

Green, Katarina

Psykologiprofessoren Stephen Porges’ forskning i nervesystemets funktion kan hjælpe os til at forstå traumatiserede klienters reaktioner bedre – og til at foretage mere hensigtsmæssige interventioner

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2010

Psykofysiologisk traumeterapi

Kæreby, Flemming – trykt i Psykoterapeuten nr. 3, oktober 2010

Psykofysiologi handler om grænsefladen eller overgangen mellem psykologi og nervesystemets fysiologi. Visse psykiske reaktioner er nemlig hovedsageligt fysiologisk determinerede, og gennem fysiologiske målinger kan man skelne dem fra hinanden.

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2009

New Culprints in Chronic Pain

Fields, R. Douglas

Glia are nervous system catetakers whose nurturing can go too far. Taming them holds promise for alleviating pain that current medications cannot ease.

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2008

Dansk deltagelse ved den første internationale konference om SE-terapi - et rejsebrev

Kæreby, Flemming & Sørensen, Jens Hardy – trykt i Psykoterapeuten nr. 1, februar 2008.

Den 25. oktober 2007 var en stor dag for Peter Levine. På denne dag kunne han åbne den første internationale konference om Somatic Experiencing - den traumeterapi, som han har brugt det meste af sit liv til at udvikle. Psykoterapeut Foreningens medlem, Flemming Kæreby, der både er SE-terapeut og cand. scient i biokemi, tog derfor til Berkely for at overvære konferencen og hente ny viden om traumeterapi hjem til Danmark.

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2008

Heart Rate in Trauma: Patterns Found in Somatic Experiencing(R) and Trauma Resolution

Whitehouse, Bob & Heller, Diane

The authors use physiological monitoring, especially heart rate variability, spectral analysis, and capnometry in measuring client psychophysiological states during Somatic Experiencing trauma resolution therapy. Somatic Experiencing constructs are described in the article. Heart rate variability and spectral analysis are explained briefly. Heart rate graphs are shown depicting different autonomic nervous system states (including the freeze response) during stages of Somatic Experiencing trauma resolution and of the low frequency pattern, often called coherence, that commonly accompanies resolution. Physiological monitoring is presented as a tool for research, for validating therapeutic constructs, and for feedback for client and therapist about their self-regulation states and progress.

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2008

Rapport galt i halsen

Kæreby, Flemming m.fl. - trykt i Psykolog Nyt nr. 22, 2008

Sundhedsstyrelsens PTSD-anbefalinger misbruges, hvis de læses som en absolut tilslutning til kognitiv adfærdsterapi over for angst. forfatterne foreslår en afprøvning af en form for behandling af PTSD, der er neurofysiologisk baseret.

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2008

Triune Autonomic Nervous System

Chitty, John

Experimental Applications based on Craniosacral Therapy

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2005

Psykoterapi og neuroaffektiv udvikling

Bentzen, Marianne og Hart, Susan

I de sidste tiår er der sket en kolos- sal udvikling af vores viden om neuro- affektive processer, der er centrale for følelseslivet og personlighedsdannelsen. Vi ved nu langt mere om, hvordan med- fødte forudsætninger og miljømæssig stimulering påvirker hinanden, hvilket kan få vidtrækkende konsekvenser for den terapeutiske proces.

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2003

Stephen Porges og Poly-Vagus Teorien

Claësson, Bodil

Stephen W. Porges er ph.d. og professor, og leder af Center for Developmental Psychobiology ved University of Illinois. Han har igennem de sidste 30 år forsket i de komplekse krop-psyke sammenhænge i en nyere videnskabsgren, han kalder psyko-fysiologi...

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2003

Teorien om Poly-Vagus

Claësson, Bodil

Forskning i Vagus-nervens fylogenetiske udvikling kaster nyt lys over menneskets stress- og chokreaktioner

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2002

Polyvagal Theory: Three Neural Circuits Regulate Behavioral Reactivity

Porges, Steven W.

As evolutionary forces molded the human nervous system, new structures were added and older structures were modified. The early vertebrate brains looked remarkably similar to our brainstems. These primitive brains were composed primarily of reflexive driven neural circuits that attempted to conserve metabolic resources, while valiantly protecting visceral function.

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2001

The polyvagal theory: phylogenetic substrates of a social nervous system

Porges, Stephen W.

The evolution of the autonomic nervous system provides an organizing principle to interpret the adaptive significance of physiological responses in promoting social behavior. According to the polyvagal theory, the well-documented phylogenetic shift in neural regulation of the autonomic nervous system passes through three global stages, each with an associated behavioral strategy...

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1997

Emotion: An Evolutionary By-Product of the Neural Regulation of the Autonomic Nervous System

Porges, Stephen W.

A new theory, the Polyvagal Theory of Emotion, is presented which links the evolution of the autonomic nervous system to affective experience, emotional expression, vocal communication and contingent social behavior...

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Stress Hormone: Abnormal Cortisol Levels

http://stress.about.com

Both persons under stress and those suffering from depression may have abnormally elevated cortisol levels.

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Stephen Porges og Poly-Vagus Teorien

Claesson, Bodil m.fl.

Stephen Porges kommer til Danmark i maj måned til et 4-dages seminar om stress i samarbejde med Stanley Rosenberg og Fagligt Selskab for Kropsrelateret Psykoterapi.

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The Neurobiology of Emotion

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Throughout the day, we experience a variety of emotions. For the most part, these emotions are transient in nature. However, when these emotions become intense or are unremitting they can have very dramatic effects on our behavior. The depressive syndrome is an example of a state that is characterized by unrelenting sadness accompanied by a deficit in one’s ability to derive pleasure from positive situations.

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The Response to Stress

McEwen, Bruce & Krahn, Dean

What do we mean when we say we are "stressed out"? We may just be having a bad day, or feeling pressured by too many things to do and too little time to do them. Or we may have had a fight with a friend or family member. Or our job may be getting to us - feeling that it is just a rat race without a purpose, or feeling too much pressure and a lack of sup- port and camaraderie. In any case, we are "bummed out" and "frazzled" and tend to think about how we feel at the moment and how to make it better right away. Rarely do we give much thought to the longer time frame and how our body is handling or not handling the pressure. Yet, it is the longer time frame of months and even years that is important for understanding the bad side of stress.

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The Whiplash Syndrome

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Memory mechanisms play a critical role in forming the complex neurophysiologic fabric if traumatization. The odds of a lasting memory being implanted in those centers of the brain related to memory storage is directly proportional to the arousal or emotional content of the experience that accompanied the event to be remembered.

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