Reuben, Oxygen Therapy Director at Oasis Family Medicine, recently attended the Learning & The Brain conference in San Francisco, where the topic was how brain health and cultivating creativity in brain function leads to innovations in society.
As if we did not already know, the latest neuroscience has shown that the brain biologically evolved to interpret sensory stimuli through story narratives. The better the story, the more we respond to the environment we are in and the people we come into contact with.
The Brain is a Poet, weaving stories of compassion and inspiration that transform sensory impulses into meaningful moments, becoming memories we cherish forever.
Join Reuben on Monday, March 5, 2018 at 6 pm as he shares how NeuroFeedback Therapy can help give voice to your inner Poet.
Seats are limited, so click here to RSVP.
I hope to see you there, and as always, feel free to pass this along!
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