Free Workshops on Natural Solutions for Better Brain Health
Dr. Jolene Ross, a licensed neurobehavioral psychologist and director of Advanced Neurotherapy, PC and Integrative Health, in Needham, will present free workshops on natural solutions to executive function struggles on August 6, at the Needham Public Library, and August 13, at the Cary Memorial Library, in Lexington. Both talks begin at 7 p.m.
“Many people do not know about natural, non-drug options to improve executive function and brain health,” says Ross. “These workshops, which provide free information for all ages, are sponsored by the Foundation for Wellness Professionals.”
In Natural Solutions to Executive Function Struggles, Ross will explain what constitutes executive functioning skills including attention, transitions, organization, planning, initiation, emotional and behavioral control, and working memory. “I’ll describe their neurological basis and how they can be improved using neurofeedback,” she says. “I’ll also present research and case studies on this highly effective, drug-free method, including before and after brain images revealing dramatic improvements.”
Location: Needham Public Library, 1139 Highland Ave., Needham, and Cary Memorial Library, 1874 Mass. Ave., Lexington. For more information, call 781-444-9115 or visit RetrainYourBrain.com.