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Let's gain an experiential and practical understanding of interpersonal neurobiology (IN) by discussing the choice topics and issues covered on a couple informative Internet shows: Neil Sattin's Relationship Alive podcast and Jayson Gaddis's Smart Couple podcast. Both are oriented around helping persons foster healthy, happy, and loving relationships through a curious and open-to-growth mindset. This often entails dealing with and processing developmental traumas (such as adverse childhood experiences, ACEs) in ways that can foster more psychological integration, limbic system regulation, relational attunement, and secure attachment, as well as developing practices for repairing ruptures in our connections.

Dan Siegel hosts the annual Interpersonal Neurobiology conference at UCLA, and here's what was covered for 2018:
https://lifespanlearn.org/conferences/upcoming-programs/relationships-and-the-health-promoting-power-of-connection-across-the-lifespan-march-16-18-2017#schedule

Here's Dan's short explanation of IN, which shows how psychologically comprehensive it is:
http://www.drdansiegel.com/about/interpersonal_neurobiology/

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