On April 26, author and educator Jesse Payne, Ed.D., will help students, parents and educators learn more about the developing brain and how they can facilitate healthy changes within it.
During the workshop, Payne will show how the brain relates to behavior, learning, happiness, and success. This seven hour lecture will provide participants with practical, relevant and easy-to-follow information on how to change their brain and the brains of others in ways that will give a better chance of success.
Students, teenagers, young adults, parents, educators and other professionals working with developing brains will appreciate this engaging, informative and practical course. It will arm them with the knowledge and skills to change their brains and change their lives for the better.
The “Change Your Brain, Change Your Life (Before 25)” program was developed by Payne, the Director of Education for the Amen Clinics and Director of Undergraduate Education at Corban University; and Dr. Daniel Amen, a double-board certified psychiatrist and eight time New York Times bestselling author.
Seven PDU's will be given to qualified educators, and an option for one graduate level credit will be available through Corban University.
All paid registrations include a paid pre-order of “Change Your Brain, Change Your Life (before 25),” which will be delivered on July 29.
Relevant and practical brain facts
The brain's development before the age of 25
The Prefrontal Cortex and attention
The Cingulate Gyrus and flexibility
The Deep Limbic System and emotions/bonding
The Basal Ganglia and anxiety
The devastating impact of drugs and alcohol
Other ways we hurt the brain
When the brain struggles
Getting to know other people's brains
How to shape the young brain
Killing the ANTs (Automatic Negative Thoughts)
Eating right to think right
Exercising the mind and body
Rest and relaxation
For more information or to register, visit www.brain25.com or email Payne at firstname.lastname@example.org.