Bring the Integrative Sciences into Your Work to Grow and Develop Your Practice
Join the HUB, expand your professional reach and grow your expertise, and become part of a growing, international community.
Intentionally integrate the latest theories and insights to find more ways to understand and help the people you support
Discover new effective methods and tools you can easily introduce in your daily practice
Learn how to act on all the levels and factors at play to obtain deeper and long-lasting results
Are you passionate about helping, caring, healing, coaching others?
Great, then you probably know that an integrated and multi-disciplinary approach is essential to manage complex cases and gain effective and long-lasting results.
Treating complex diseases (such as psychosomatic issues, resistance to change, chronic situations, traumatic or other deep-rooted dysfunctions) is some of the most demanding, complex work we do.
Even when facing ‘standard problems’ - if there are any - you know you could do something more.
In all these cases, many of the ways we’ve been trained to work, even if perfectly done, are not enough.
With the Integrative Sciences models and techniques, we can help you work pragmatically with a global perspective, taking into account all the systems and the processes involved (neuroplasticity, adaptation and stress responses, body-mind-brain interconnections, emotions and immunity responses, epigenetics, the gut microbiome and the gut-brain axis, etc.).
Through the HUB, you discover the latest scientific insights, how to use them to understand and explain to your patient or client their specific disease or difficulties, and select the right tools and methods to deal with it.
“Thanks to my Integrative Sciences HUB membership, I was able to learn at my own pace, in my own time. It gave me easy access to the knowledge and tools that before used to make me struggle and waste a lot of time.”
- David Jones, PhD, CEO of The MindDev Center
The Integrative Sciences HUB is ideal for professionals who:
- Wish to improve their ability to understand and properly frame any symptom, pathology and disfunction from a scientific and integrated perspective, and develop their mastery to practically apply this knowledge to their work.
- Want to understand and use the latest findings on stress, neuroplasticity, neuroscience, epigenetics, nutrition science, neurobiology, immunology, behavioural sciences, etc. in ways that are useful to support your current practice.
- Aim to use a framework to assess the whole person (not only the symptoms or a single domain such as ‘only emotions’ ‘only posture’, but keeping in mind all the connections), always knowing what to focus on, which strategy or tool use and what to do next
- Desire to grow your business by extending what you offer and enjoy a 360° workflow in your practice.
- Work in a difficult and crowded market and want to stand out from the rest and carve out a niche as an Integrative Sciences professional.
You will learn many ways to work with the connections between posture, emotions, mind flows, movement, communication patterns, advanced breathing schemes, graphical thought representations, patterns of attention and interoception, needs and motivation.
Easy and Practical
We make complexity simple, clear for you and the people you work with, and with practical tools you can decline perfectly with every person and application context.
Integrative Sciences HUB
is designed around four core elements:
- Only proven and effective methods are taught.
- Practical tools and knowledge you can easily integrate into your daily practice.
- Flexible instruments that you can use in many areas such as: health, personal development, relationship, business, productivity, happiness, etc.
- You see practical examples
- Have access to step-by-step guides
- Can download useful worksheets and informative materials: learning and skill-building that you can implement immediately.
- You can (if you want to) engage in tested activities and practices, which will give you a great leverage point to create and maintain mastery.
- You have access to the most recent and cutting edge developments, without having to delve into specific literature.
Enjoy Targeted Theory and Practical Applications in the Following Areas:
Applied Neuroscience (cognitive, social, affective), PNEI (adaptation, allostatic load, stress axis), Interpersonal Neurobiology, Evolutionary Anthropology (primal social schemes), Mental and Emotional metabolism, Biomechanics of Adaptation and Emotional responses, Fascia as a connecting and interoceptive organ, Memory consolidation and reconsolidation, and more!Enroll Now!
New Courses, Lectures, and
Techniques are added every month:
BRAIN | MIND | BODY | PSYCHOSOMATIC | COGNITION | EMOTIONS | BEHAVIOR | ADAPTATION | PAIN | EVOLUTIONARY RELATIONSHIPS | GROWTH | CHANGE | TRAUMA | ACE | | APPLIED NEUROSCIENCE | IMMUNOLOGY | CHRONIC & ACUTE STRESS | INFLAMMATION | NUTRITION SCIENCE
Who is the HUB for?
The Integrative Sciences HUB is for professionals working in the fields of human behaviour, mental & physical health, education, development & wellbeing.
- Therapists, psychologists and counsellors
- Physiotherapists, Osteopaths
- Coaches (Health, Life & Business)
- Movement specialists (e.g. Yoga, Feldenkrais)
- Body workers (e.g. rolfers, massage therapists)
- Meditation and mindfulness specialists
- Helping professionals & Allied Health Practitioners
- Educators, Teachers & Trainers
Benefits and Outcomes
Benefits of joining Integrative
Sciences HUB include:
✔ ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP ACCESS
✔ MORE THAN 14 ONLINE COURSES you can access immediately
✔ MONTHLY UPDATES to stay on the cutting edge with the last scientific knowledge & practical effective tools
✔ LIVE APPLICATION SESSIONS (recording available too)
✔ PRACTICAL TECHNIQUES with step-by-step training
✔ DOWNLOADABLE WORKSHEETS and other practical supports to actively engage your clients/patients in the process right from the initial assessment throughout all
the work together.
✔ JOIN OUR COMMUNITY to discuss use-cases, share ideas, take part in working group, create a network of like-minded people.
✔ By subscribing you become a member of the Association for Integrative Sciences too, having the possibility to take part in conferences and workshops at a reduced fee, receive exclusive materials, etc.
✔ The annual certificate of completion in Integrative Sciences.
Alina Bowman, Counselor & Coach
“…this course really integrate the latest scientific (mind-body) findings at the cutting edge with practical application!”
Jack J. Lyon, Educator & Trainer
“This is really an integrated and integrative approach and tool! Every course I took with you turned out to be a lovely discovery and was always immediately applicable in my every day work. I am very grateful.”
Brandie Bellamy, Certified International Counselor, Supervisor
“I have attended many courses, both in UK and abroad, and you are the BEST!! This technique is a real gem, I have been using it for two months with great results. In fact, it has become part of my set of professional tools.”
We pursue and share an
integrated and integrative approach.
All the courses are related (you can find cross-references in each course), but they are organised in such a way that they can follow in the order you prefer and at your own pace.
Sign up today to get immediate access to all of the following courses:
TRANSVERSAL MODELS AND METHODS TO
INTERVENE IN A CASE IN ITS ENTIRETY
The courses in this group are the connection between theory and practice: they enable analysis and planning at every level; they offer worksheets for analysis and work with patients/clients and contain a series of practical suggestions for change; they enable users to select and employ the different techniques in the HUB.
A model that includes all levels and elements that contribute to determining a specific mental, emotional, health or learning states. We start at micro-level (cells, epigenetics etc.) and then move on to physical adaptation models (inflammation, allostatic load, neural plasticity etc.) right up to non-conscious development and adaptation dynamics (ancestral needs, social hierarchies etc.) through to more refined creative, interpersonal communication and postural flows.
Key to developing an integrated, systemic and project-based approach. This method helps set action priorities, overcome elements of resistance to change and achieve benefits on various fronts.
A method of analysing behaviour across multiple levels (communication, thought, posture, relationships, movement etc.) and of uncovering underlying needs and motivations. A system integrating different needs and motivations, based on scientific evidence, coherent with neurobiological activation systems that regulate primary behaviour in relation to safety, development and recovery. It is a model that is declined in flows: narrative, creative, motor, postural, interpersonal dynamics etc. It can be used as a tool for analysis/evaluation (for example to understand lacking or dysfunctional needs by observing behaviour, language, posture) and to initiate change processes that start from the need to bring these needs back to physiological state.
Useful to analyse and act on the connection between deeper motivations and behavioural, thought and relationship modes.
A reference method to analyse and intervene in a targeted way on all the phases that sequentially bring about a behaviour, an emotional response or an interpersonal dynamic. It enables the detailed analysis of each step, the identification of dysfunctional processes in adaptation, emotional responses, interpersonal dynamics and decision-making processes. The course has a practical cut and each phase highlights the specific operative processes to recover physiological mechanisms, to develop resources and control.
Key to analyse all elements at play. Very effective in helping the patient or client gain clarity and regain control of adaptation, defensive and motivational processes.
A training module for those that love to understand the neurobiological processes at the heart of emotions, behaviour and thoughts. It can be used to explain dysfunctional processes at the heart of problem behaviour or of disease, to identify specific dysfunctions for intervention, or it can be a bridge between other theories and neuro-based models.
Clearly understand the key role of cetain nervous system areas in relation to our self-regulation and well-being processes.
METHODS AND PRIMARY TECHNIQUES
These are the most powerful, complete and flexible techniques among the Integrative Applied Sciences. They can be used individually to pursue specific objectives or in synergy within a project using the "Transversal Models and Methods" system.
Analyses and interveneas on primitive two-way mind-body processes. Enables the recovery of physiological state on emotional-physical blockages, without necessarily investigating the traumatic memory (but if the skills and will are there, it can support targeted psychotherapy techniques by adding a relevant physical and experiential element). Variations are very different and can be used to: work on releasing chronic stress, intervene on post-traumatic posture, intervene on primary defensive mechanisms, develop mind-body integration, work on emotional physical resources etc.
Emotions and psychosomatics. Returning to physiological state. Mind-body-brain integration. Bottom-up regulation.
Acts in a targeted way on breathing flow dysfunctions connected to excessive stress, chronic emotional states, hyper- or hypo- activation and traumatic events. Enables the recovery of well being via its basic version. In addition to this, via a series of variations, it is possible to achieve further targeting and complexity: physical awareness, self-regulation, body-mind-emotion interaction, physiological mastery in physiological and quiet states, breathing within social dynamics and much more.
Primary psychosomatic well-being recovery. Self-regulation.
Series of techniques that activate, analyse and change interpersonal dynamics (care, challenge, agonism, containment etc.). Enables integration and recovery of physiology and naturalness in response to psycho-physical reactions that were not fully developed because of emotional deprivation, lack of social experiences, implicit learning or traumatic events. The course presents different modes and variations in application with different focus points: posture and social communication, defensive interpersonal patterns, inability to terminate stress responses etc.
Reactions to stress, trust, self-regulation and reciprocal influence.
Interactive technique where visual representation in post-its helps awareness, expression and change in emotional response repertoire. Work is carried out on different levels, following different routes, depending on the objectives and application scope. The final objective is to develop an ample and flexible range of behaviour and emotional responses so as to always respond appropriately to the context, the audience, explicit and implicit rules, evaluating intentionality, risks, consequences and short- or long-term impact as well as other factors.
Review and expand emotional responses interactively and dynamically.
A course exploring the modern and provenly effective scientific bases of nutrition and metabolism with a 360 degree impact on health, well-being, immune system, mood, physical and mental energy. A progressive series of modules that expose false myths and reveal the reality regarding food through scientific evidence regarding nutrition and health, inflammation, disease, metabolic origins of disease, mood, cognitive skill and other core functions.
Nutrition acts bottom-up influencing many issues at a biological level and more. This module is useful to any professional looking to achieve an integrated approach.
Developing a greater understanding of flavours and perceptions allows intervention on different primary and fundamental levels. In this course we learn to taste, select and prepare food in an ideal way while also acting on: primal survival and adaptation reflexes; managing what is toxic, both literally and metaphorically; neurobiological circuits shared by tasting, adaptation and evolution processes; connections between food-sensations-feelings-hormones; food, motivation and energy; how to cook and savour foods with a view to personal development: social elements in eating. NB: this is not a mindful eating course, they are complementary, but the foundations and mechanisms are totally different.
An easy-to-use and extremely pleasant way to rediscover the domain of pleasure, rethink how you deal with food daily, regain space for your needs, be able to perceive what you really like and what is not good for you, improve self-help, develop self regulation and interpersonal evolutionary relationships.
TARGETED METHODS AND TECHNIQUES
Structured yet flexible methods to intervene on features or specific aspects of thought processes, memories, emotions and connected behaviour.
The “Mouth, Anger and Stress” psychosomatic release technique is developed and studied to: Give immediate relief to pain and psychosomatic tension in the area of the mouth, temples and neck; Release accumulated tension or dysfunctionally blocked emotions in this delicate area; Gain practical tools to intervene on an area that is often overlooked by other techniques and theories, but that is key to our emotional life; Free up physical and emotional tensions in these areas, unblock certain connections (anatomically, at neurobiological and emotional level) with areas such as the diaphragm, cervical and lower back area, so as to achieve more impactful results on psychosomatic issues in these parts of the body too.
A single method, different strategies and an app focused on the processes and strategies that are most efficient in favouring change processes for memories of all kinds: unaware/unconscious/non conscious memories, emotional learnings and reminiscences, implicit patterns, psychophysical levels of attention that are inadequate (or no longer adequate) in the context or to the event, traumatic memories, physical images and maps, idea-motor automatisms, etc.
Alter, interact and integrate: emotional, traumatic, memories, primary and implicit learnings etc.
Much more than mental maps, diagrams, sketch-notes, etc. But a complete and vast series of instruments to visually represent thought that can be declined and applied in many ways: in analysis and problem solving, as a tool to favour cooperation between patient and therapist or mentor-mentee, development of systemic thinking, study and efficient note taking, cooperation in groups in complex projects etc.
Developing more flexible thinking, the ability to use a succinct or analytic mindset that is coherent with actual needs and contingent requirements.
An alternative strategy for thought regulation to the more well-known ones: it is not focused on content or acceptance, but on managing flows and therefore on bringing them back under control, focusing attention, making space for creativity and divergence, accepting incongruence and reintegrating it constructively, etc.
From attention disorders to mental rumination, right through to professional performance, it is a practical way to manage our thought flows.
These were some of the earliest modules to be developed for the HUB. They are very focused and can be used to work in a targeted way on their subject. These modules, unlike the others, will not be updated. The themes they target are constantly updated and expanded in more encompassing courses.
A practical method to help people analyse situations and complex feelings in different contexts: analysing a problem, managing physical pain, listening to sensations etc.
A collection of communication schemas that are useful to help understand how thought can be made more flexible, how not to rise to provocation, to remain constructive and not fall into manipulation and power game traps.
A modern revisiting of a classic of change with practical tips to overcome dysfunctional habits (compulsive eating, smoking etc) and establish healthier ones (sport etc.)
One of the most powerful- and at the same time simple- forms of controlled breathing to rapidly recover physical and mental control.
Upcoming Courses included in your subscription to the HUB:
Updates and New Modules:
◆ Psychosomatic Stretching
◆ Integrative Functional Patterns
◆ The Key Role of Nutrition
◆ Interpersonal Accommodation
◆ The Ideographic Thinking
Brand New Courses:
❖ The Stress-Reset Routine: restore the physiological mind/body stress response
❖ Slow Movement-Fast Integration
❖ Sounds, Rhythms & the Brain
❖ The Modular Mindset & Strategy
❖ The Experiential Path Design
❖ Brain Decision
❖. And more to come…
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“Every day I work with complex situations. This course, and all the related Integrative HUB modules, gave me the opportunity to increase my and tools and be more effective in a targeted manner. I am very grateful for the great opportunity of being part of an open system with: constantly updated information, tools that can be used immediately, but that also helps me understand the mechanisms that allow to practice personalized interventions and optimize tools already in my possession.”
- Betty Lopez, Counsellor and Educator
Enroll in The HUB Today!
ONLY 180 90 € a YEAR
=~ $103 USD / £80 GBP
You can take part in all the above-mentioned courses and many others (plus one new course every month) thanks to this extremely advantageous offer.
*This introductory price remains frozen for further renewals. I.e. if you sign up with 90€/year promotion, each year you will pay only 90€
(automatic renewal the next year, you can cancel any time before, but we hope you’ll join the 89% of trainees that stay with us forever!).