Int'l Congress Spotlight On: David B. Cheek M.D. Memorial Lecture
The Things We Don't See That Move The Things We Do SeeIn this year's Cheek Memorial Lecture, Dr. Brenner will present his thesis that the future of medicine will rely primarily on understanding the psychodynamics of what it is to be human. A significant part of this lecture will be interactive, as Dr. Brenner presents his Emotional Pattern Inventory. He believes this process can reveal unconscious patterns that have the power to either turn a gene on or off, an epigenetic effect. Our emotions, as well as the incessant chatter of our minds, can lead to either the gift of creativity or the curse of illness. These familial patterns begin in the womb or within the earliest years of life. Throughout this presentation case histories will be discussed.
APPPAH 2016 Regional Conference
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