Books and Resources
A collection of useful books and resources brought to you by Mediros et al.
Neuropsychotherapy: Theoretical Underpinnings and Clinical Applications
In this book Pieter Rossouw and his colleagues have made a wonderful and exciting contribution to the world of psychology, psychotherapy and counselling by bringing into practical reality the importance of an integrative approach to the psychosocial care of others. The book presents a ground-breaking, new integrated model of neuropsychotherapy, based on years of research, clinical practice and teaching in the neuropsychotherapy field. Dr Rossouw’s integrated model of neuropsychotherapy develops and enhances the theoretical work of Seymour Epstein and Klaus Grawe and recognises that safety in the therapeutic alliance is a core component and guiding tenet of a neuropsychotherapeutic approach.
The challenge confronting today’s leaders and their teams is making effective decisions in a marketplace where the goal posts continuously keep changing.
Using lessons from the latest neuroscience, BrainWise Leadership offers powerful insights and practical techniques that leaders can use to avoid common thinking traps and improve performance.
The authors translate complex neuroscientific concepts into layman’s terms and provide real-life case studies to demonstrate how leaders can use the new techniques to best effect. The book is essential reading for both senior leaders and professionals involved in their development.
Executive Resilience: Neuroscience for the Business of Disruption
"Executive Resilience with Jurie Rossouw – a guide for those working in organisational environments"
This book explores the impact of automation and artificial intelligence on the global consciousness, resulting in increased uncertainty that wears down wellness.
The cover art illustrates how anyone (including myself) may suddenly find an automated worker take their place. How do we as individuals and organisations manage such rapid change?
Resilience is presented as a solution – not just a nice-to-have, but an imperative skill needed to thrive in an environment of constant disruption.
Bullying: Taking Control (Workbook)
School-age bullying is a wide spread form of trauma that many young people face. While there are a number of current anti-bullying interventions developed to address this issue, the majority of these strategies do not necessarily address the impact of unfulfilled basic neurobiological needs. Specifically, the primary human need to first and foremost feel safe in our environment is often overlooked, which can compromise the effectiveness of therapeutic interventions for victims of trauma. Based on fundamental neurobiological principles, the workbook titled “Bullying: Taking Control” was created to address the issue of school-age bullying. This workbook provides psychoeducational information about neurobiological needs, the human brain, and it’s response to safe and unsafe environments.
Bullying: Taking Control (Manual)
This is a practitioner’s manual for using the workbook titled “Bullying: Taking Control”; a workbook created to address school-age bullying from a neurobiological perspective. The manual provides a brief overview of the bottom-up, brain-based approach of neuropsychotherapy in which the workbook is founded. Additionally, the manual provides an in depth description of the workbook and detailed guide for practical use. For the time-limited practitioner, short summary quotes can be found throughout the manual which highlight key points made in each section.
The Mediros Phobia Exposure Photobook assists clinicians in the assessment and treatment of specific phobias. This volume includes images to assist graded exposure of birds, dogs, snakes, spiders, moths, cockroaches, and insects.
The Mediros Phobia Exposure Photobook assists clinicians in the assessment and treatment of specific phobias. This volume includes images to assist graded exposure for the fear of heights, storms, flying, enclosed spaces, public speaking, driving, vomit, needles, blood, and dentistry.