Thinking Re-imagined: 3 Secrets of Mental Well-being
In our multi-tasking, hurry up, quick results world, life is full of questions and choices. What we think today, affects our mental health tomorrow. The goal is balance. The question to ask ourselves is, “What should we be doing today to optimize our thinking potential tomorrow? Take charge of your mind by practicing three secrets of mental well-being and discovering how to actively be an architect of your own brain.
This session will cover the following topics:
- Life reinvented: vision, mission, purpose
- Mindset: brain processing, thinking
- Exercise: best movement for brain connections
- Nutrition: feeding a healthy brain
- Sleep: current thinking and discoveries
- Social interaction: depression, fear, anxiety
This is a virtual event available to OACAA members in good standing.
Please click on the blue button to the right to register.
A recording of the session will be available to all registrants following the training. To obtain the passwords and view the recordings, email Emily Nolan.
Speaker: Ann Anzalone
Ann Anzalone is a teacher’s teacher specializing in current brain-based research, brain growth and development, and effective learning techniques. Her mission is to teach so that others may learn. She teaches graduate classes, works with school districts throughout the country, and maintains a private practice. Her teaching career includes teaching students with learning disabilities and autism, foster parents, graduate students, and adult and senior learners.
Ann believes in learning by doing. She continues to research how the brain learns and updates her knowledge with classes in movement, learning, memory, reading, and healthy aging.