Workshop Action # 5: I Fight Stress by Connecting to Others
The latest advances in neuroscience demonstrate how human relationships are essential to brain development. Some of them, because of their quality, can reduce stress in the body and brain as it is measured, for example, using blood tests and medical imaging.
How to give your interpersonal relationships the qualities needed to reduce your stress? How to use the ''Healthy Brain'' tool to visualize your progress in your connection to others?
Francine Therrien, Ph.D., has spent ten years researching non-drug methods in the treatment of major depression at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences of the University of Sherbrooke. Since 1990, she has been an active consultant in Organizational Health and the Prevention of Absenteism. She has been active in private coaching as part of an integrative brain health and performance approach since 2001, namely in clinical settings and neurofeedback clinics.
Duration: Three hours per workshop, which can be given in two 90-minute workshops
Location: The trainer travels to your organization to offer the selected workshop
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