The session focuses on the three key protective factors common to virtually all the research conducted in the past few decades.
This part of our program offers a survey of theory and research, while exploring a variety of movements that serve to engage and enhance the brains of children, teens and, yes, even adults.
Teachers, counselors, therapists, social workers and parents will take away great information, the latest research, and tools that can be immediately applied in supporting adolescent development.
In this presentation the specific practices associated with mindfulness states are explored, along with the relationship between positive changes that can occur in both the central nervous system and the autonomic nervous system (ANS).
In this session we explore the exciting research undergirding the three neural-based systems of intelligence and numerous practical applications for both personal and classroom enhancement.
Tim Burns is an educator and author whose background includes over thirty years of experience as public school teacher and counselor.