I am having a lot of cognitive dissonance around learning that the triune model of the brain is a myth/has been debunked extensively but is something we are still referencing a lot in ACEs/Resilience/Hope work (Triune model: 3 parts - brain stem, emotional (mid-brain), prefrontal cortex.
I was introduced Dr. Lisa Feldmann Barrett's work (and initially dismissed until I saw that Community Resilience Initiative is shifting from the triune model to align with her work) and find it very interesting. Some related links: https://www.cnn.com/2020/12/30...lness-scn/index.html and
I am in the process of reading her new book, 7 and 1/2 Lessons About the Brain. It is shifting how I want to approach sharing brain science within the context of ACEs. Would love to hear what others think.
Some other related links I've explored: