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Neurofeedback for Students

2019-09-25T14:50:37-06:00

Students seeking to improve academic performance or students with ADHD can benefit from neurofeedback sessions, which help to improve focus, memory, and mental clarity. In this seminar, neurotherapist Ashley Wiegand will address how neurofeedback can help students reduce performance and test anxiety. Ashley will also elaborate on the Neurofeedback Student Package offered at PALM Health, for students seeking to improve their performance in school or manage their ADHD symptoms.

Neurofeedback for Students2019-09-25T14:50:37-06:00

Nutrition for Brain Health

2019-08-23T16:30:47-06:00

The human brain is the most complex organ in the body; naturally, it makes sense that the brain requires a range of specific vitamins and minerals in order to function properly. In this seminar, registered dietitian Katheryn Scauzzo will take a deeper look at brain-boosting nutrients such as antioxidants, B vitamins, healthy fats, and omega-3 fatty acids to help you choose the best foods to fuel your body’s most intricate organ.

Nutrition for Brain Health2019-08-23T16:30:47-06:00

Developing Your Creativity

2019-01-28T16:16:37-06:00

Back by popular demand! Amanda Chesnutt, CWC and Ashley Wiegand, PhD, LMFT, BCN will present an encore of their July seminar Developing Your Creativity. Ashley will introduce the neurobiology of creativity: what goes on in the brain when we are being creative and when we are not. Amanda will lead the group through a series of movement exercises that help build new pathways in the brain while discussing creativity in our daily lives.

Developing Your Creativity2019-01-28T16:16:37-06:00

Letting Go of Stress

2018-12-20T12:17:46-06:00

This seminar will focus on the importance of self-care and how it applies to helping individuals let go of stress. Kevin Cloninger, PhD, PCC, will explore the neuroscience, philosophy, and evolutionary history of the mind-body relationship and delve into the nature and science of thought and the psychophysiology of stress. In conjunction, he will provide tools that can help individuals work on letting go of stress in their professional and personal lives, including physical exercises, relaxation techniques, and reflective exercises.

Letting Go of Stress2018-12-20T12:17:46-06:00

Lunch and Learn: Brain Fitness

2018-11-16T09:45:47-06:00

In our increasingly complex society, we need to optimize our brain fitness to manage the inundation of choices, information, and stimulation that we are exposed to today. The benefits of meditation, mindfulness, and contemplation on mood, attention, compassion, and stress management, as well as the benefits achieved through the development of neuroplasticity, emotional intelligence, and character development are becoming more and more evident. A well-being approach that incorporates these practices will allow us to thrive in the twenty-first century.

Lunch and Learn: Brain Fitness2018-11-16T09:45:47-06:00

Lunch and Learn: Post-Concussion Syndrome

2018-09-26T10:09:51-06:00

In this Lunch and Learn, Dr. Cynthia Kardesch will discuss the science behind concussions and brain injuries, their short-term and long-term impact on the body, and a comprehensive treatment approach to concussion recovery. Contrary to prior belief, there is a lot that individuals can do to help them recover from concussions they may have experienced years before. $38 for members and their guests. Register online through our class schedule on the PALM app.

Lunch and Learn: Post-Concussion Syndrome2018-09-26T10:09:51-06:00

Where Do Our Thoughts Come From?

2018-09-26T10:05:43-06:00

Where do our thoughts come from? How we can use this awareness to improve our overall health and well-being? Join Julie Geeting for a repeat of her July seminar on the process of thought, including the three steps of thought, our outlook, and the pathways in our brain. Register through our class schedule on the PALM app. Free for members and their guests.

Where Do Our Thoughts Come From?2018-09-26T10:05:43-06:00

Developing Your Creativity

2018-06-20T10:31:47-06:00

Back by popular demand! Amanda Chesnutt and Ashley Wiegand will present an encore of their March seminar Brain Aerobics. Ashley will introduce the neurobiology of creativity: what goes on in the brain when we are being creative and when we are not. Amanda will lead the group through a series of movement exercises that help build new pathways in the brain while discussing creativity in our daily lives.

Developing Your Creativity2018-06-20T10:31:47-06:00

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