Dr Doidge’s presentations are immensely moving, inspiring and will permanently alter the way we look at our brains, human nature, and human potential.
Keeping you at the forefront of these amazing developments.
Don't miss this opportunity to register at our most economical rate and to learn with this dedicated and passionate man.
Byron Clinic proudly presents Norman Doidge M.D.’s, world-first two-day seminar workshop, outlining revolutionary research into, and his own reconceptualizing of, the brain’s amazing capacity to heal, and how to apply these discoveries to clinical practice.Norman Doidge’s latest exploration of neuroplasticity has played a major role in overturning the long-held belief that the brain’s sophistication and complexity came at a steep evolutionary price: it’s circuits were too complex to heal when damaged or diseased.
Doidge shows this very complexity is the key to it’s ability to create new neural pathways and overcome previously baffling mental and physical conditions.
In this seminar workshop, Norman Doidge will introduce the latest ideas about what goes wrong in a range of emotional, psychiatric and brain disorders — including what many brain problems have in common—and then the five stages of neuroplastic healing, and how to determine which stage needs clinical attention in your patient. He will review neuroplasticity and how it informs our understanding of mental health problems, brain damage, disease and disorder.
Norman Doidge will discuss basic neuroscience, detailed case histories, and outcome studies where relevant. Throughout, he will provide film evidence of people who were told they would never get better, and show how they improved, demonstrating how, with assistance, the brain can change and re-wire itself to restore lost functions.
He will discuss new treatments for a range of psychiatric, psychological and neurological conditions including ADD, learning disorders, Autism, sensory processing disorders, PTSD, schizophrenia, traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy, stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and dystonias, among others. He will show how to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and discuss the latest information on brain exercises.
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