Social Intelligence

There is no one part of the brain attributed to success in social behavior. In 1995, Kermiloff – Smith identified multiple sensory, motor, cognitive and emotional processing that contribute to confidence in social intelligence.

When a client identifies a difficult, dissociative memory related to sociability in a meaningful relationship, we can identify the part of brain, neurology, etc. to create great improvement in similar social tasks. It is tremendously rewarding for clients to experience this newfound confidence to reframe social behavior in a job, giving a speech, having newfound friends and success in intimate relationships.