Free Talks on Improving Brain Health and Executive Functioning
Dec 23, 2014 12:33PM
Dr. Jolene Ross, a licensed psychologist at Advanced Neurotherapy, PC, will give free talks this month on corrective care for the brain. Ross will be at the Belmont Public Library from 7 to 9 p.m., January 14; at the Lincoln Public Library from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., January 21; and at the Morse Institute Library, in Natick, from 7 to 9 p.m., January 28.
Speaking on Corrective Approaches to Brain Health and Natural Solutions to Struggles with Executive Functions, Ross will explain what constitutes executive functioning skills, such as attention, organization, planning, initiation, emotional and behavioral control, transitions and working memory. “I will describe the neurological basis of these skills and how they can be improved with neurofeedback,” says Ross. “I’ll also present research and case studies on this highly effective, drug-free method, including before and after brain images of dramatic improvements.” The talks, sponsored by the Foundation for Wellness Professionals, are designed to inspire people to improve their brain function through corrective care. “I believe in getting to the root of the problem and correcting it, not masking or suppressing it,” says Ross. “Your brain is the center of your being, and improving its function in a safe, comfortable, and supportive environment improves your life for the rest of your life.”
For more information, call 781-444-9115 or visit RetrainYourBrain.com.