We put a lot of work into our series. There’s a lot of research, preparation, writing and editing, filming – you name it.
But as the New Brain Science series winds to a close, and we pause to catch our breaths, I want to take a moment to appreciate one important thing that we can’t do ourselves. I’m talking about our comment boards.
Every time we run a series, I’m impressed by the quality, thoughtfulness, and insight of everyone who contributes after each webinar.
And what’s even better are the discussions that spring up – between nurses, counselors, psychiatrists, and other practitioners from so many fields and walks of life.
In fact, over 34,000 practitioners from 78 countries tuned in to our series this year, and many of you helped make our comment board vibrant, exciting, and informative.
So let’s take this time to share some of your thoughts. Here are some themes that came up across different calls.
Bringing neuroscience into our everyday lives:
– Catherine McGeachy, Occupational Therapist, Limerick, Ireland
Inspiring new directions in our practice:
– Merrilee Gibson, Marriage and Family Therapist, San Carlos, CA
And even some (literally) immediate applications:
– Lori-Ann Schultz, Clinical Social Worker, Calgary, Alberta
If you got a chance to leave your thoughts on one of the comment boards (or our blog), thanks for your participation. Your active engagement makes these programs what they are – not simply webinar series, but true communities of practice.
So, again, thanks for being a part. If you haven’t viewed the New Brain Science series yet, it’s not too late to become a Gold Member – just click here.
What part of this series have you found most valuable? Have you applied any of these lessons in your practice yet? Please share your experience in the comments below.