“Every man can, if he so desires, become the sculptor of his own brain.” -Santiago Ramon y Cajal
These aren’t my words, but they give us a lovely “nutshell” look at neuroplasticity.
And it fits with what we’re trying to do as practitioners whenever we give our clients practical ways to change
their brain, transform their lives, and start to heal.
The winner of our video contest came up with a very original way of sharing what she’d learned from the New Brain Science webinar series.
While giving a visualization of neuroplasticity, she shared an inspiring story of how the series enabled her to guide a patient in healing . . .
We’ll be sending her a new iPad mini for her winning entry.
And here’s her video again in case you missed it.
The New Brain Science series inspired practitioners to modify their interventions with their clients.
If you want to learn more ways to apply neuroplasticity in your work and life, be sure to check out the New Brain Science webinar series.
It’s on sale right now for just a few days. This series includes the following:
- Stephen Porges, PhD – Body, Brain, Behavior: How Polyvagal Theory Expands Our Healing Paradigm
- Pat Ogden, PhD – How Neurobiology Changed the Way We View Trauma Treatment
- Dan Siegel, MD – The Mind Lives in Two Places: Inside Your Body, Embedded in the World
- Norman Doidge, MD – Unlocking the Enormous Potential of Neuroplasticity
- Rick Hanson, PhD – Transforming the Brain Through Good Experiences
- Kelly McGonigal, PhD – The Neurobiology of Willpower (It’s Not What You Expect)
- Six TalkBack Sessions featuring Joan Borysenko, PhD, Ronald Siegel, PsyD, and Ruth Buczynski, PhD after each of the webinars
- Four bonus webinars, including video and audio links plus complete transcripts
- Five innovative learning tools designed to help you take action on the ideas in each webinar.
If you would like to still get the Brain Science webinar series, just click here.
How have you used neuroplasticity in your practice? Please share your experience in the comments below.