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Calming An Overactive Brain
Thursday, April 09, 2020, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM EST
Category: CE Events: Adult Individuals

This activity provides evidence-based and practical methods to reduce unwanted thoughts, facilitate wellbeing, and improve sleep in patients and health professionals working in medical and psychological settings. Participants completing this 6-hour seminar should be able to: 1. Describe how increasing predictability and control can protect the brain against the toxic effects of chronic stress. 2. Outline how phobic and trauma-based thoughts can be desensitized. 3. Describe how maladaptive thoughts linked to anxiety, anger or sadness can be reframed through Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. 4. Discuss how to effectively manage cravings. 5. Describe how to practice Mindfulness and Positive Psychology to produce present-centered, non-judgmental states that increase positive emotions, facilitate sleep and calm the overactive brain.

Hosted by the Institute for Brain Potential in Foxborough, MA for 6 CEs. For more info, visit: www.ibpceu.com.