Reducing Stress and Increasing Resilience: Insights from Neuroscience
People are stressed out ! If you would like to learn how to promote reduced stress and increased resilience, then consider participating in Dr. Zadina’s workshop that includes life-changing “Science & Strategies.”
Research shows that high stress impairs thinking and learning, and therefore, performance. Furthermore, prolonged high stress can also damage the brain. Learn from an Educational Neuroscientist WHAT is happening, WHY it is happening and what YOU can do to reduce stress and protect your brain. You will also learn how to “FIRE & WIRE!” Fire up with the information you need to make a change and wire up with new strategies for increased and prolonged resilience.
Dr. Zadina was volunteering on a PTSD research project with veterans when she herself became a survivor of trauma from one of the country’s greatest national disasters, Hurricane Katrina. She then began researching non-drug interventions for anxiety, stress, and trauma. She brings her own experience as well as the research to this critical topic.
The one-hour program covers:
- When stress becomes Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
- How stress affects multiple pathways of thinking and behavior
- Research-based practices that
oReduce stress in the moment oHelp prevent physiological stress reactions oIncrease happiness and well-being oIncrease coping self-efficacy and resilience
Additionally, we offer a two-hour presentation or, for more in-depth content, half-day or full-day workshops that include additional up-to-date information from our Multiple Pathways, ESL, or poverty presentations.
Contact Dr. Janet Zadina at Brain Research & Instruction and book your presentation or workshop and start changing lives with “Science & Strategies” today!