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Posted on Jun 26, 2018

Do not miss out on this evening's Real-Time Live Neurology Webinar with Dr. Michael Hall.

 

Tonight, Tuesday June 26th from 7:00-9:00 PM Central Time Dr. Michael Hall will present "Neurology 328: What makes your brain HAPPY and why you should do the OPPOSITE"

 

06/26/18 7:00-9:00 PM Central Time

Topic: "Neurology 327: What makes your brain HAPPY and why you should do the OPPOSITE"

Credit Hours: 2

Instructor: Michael Hall, DC, FIACN

 

Course Description: The human brain is a phenomenal organ and what makes us human is our ability to be humane. Many people race towards unhappiness only to become more unhappy. David DiSalvo writes for Scientific American Mind, Psychology Today, Mental Floss and is the writer behind the well-regarded science blogs Neuronarrative and Neuropsyched. This presentation will explore the most recent finding, expounded upon in his newest book. For chiropractors this is valuable information in dealing with patients who struggle to be emotionally stable and grounded and whose health is becoming affected by the “overwhelming activity of the left posterior brain.

 

Course Outline:

Where is happiness in our brain

The neurophysiology of happiness, joy, and depression

Being in the “right” frame of mind

Overcoming and avoiding “addiction behaviors”

Motivation, restrain, and regret

Getting all “revved up” with nowhere to go

The value of an Etch-a-Sketch in health

Pattern disruption

Memory and modeling

What is memory

Memory and the chiropractic practice

Deliberate modeling for healthier lives

 

Learning Objectives:

Critically analyze new research on emotional well-being

Develop new approaches to managing patient personality types

Understand and explain how the human brain wires, writes, and re-writes itself.

Develop insight towards improving patient outcomes.

 

To register for this webinar please follow the link

https://www.ccedseminars.com/pages/course-details.php?id=722

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