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On-demand webinar: Unleash your Brain Power

Improve your brain health by understanding the science behind your mind.

How does the brain really work? We don’t stop to think about it often… it just does.

In this webinar, our expert speaker shares some simple tips and tricks that could improve your decision making, learning capacity and creativity. You’ll be given insight into the different parts of the brain and how they function, as well as some helpful techniques to find a little bit of calm for your brain every day.

You’ll learn:

What neurotransmitters are and what they do
What neuroplasticity is and how it can help you
The impact of 12 different factors on the brain, including stress, sleep, cognitive training, exercise and key foods, including a discussion on intermittent fasting
A handy neuro-linguistic programming exercise you can use to promote calm
The importance of breathing techniques for brain support

Who’s ready to grow some new brain cells?

Meet the speaker

Jess Atkin

Jess is the Psychology Programme Manager at SuperWellness (Foothold’s new webinar provider). She has a BSc in Psychology, an MSc in Clinical and Health Psychology, and a certification in Health Coach Training.

Jess has spent the past four years in the mental health and healthcare industries directly impacting patient care while, in parallel, working to improve workplace health. Driven by an unwavering passion for wellbeing, Jess embodies an holistic approach to mental health, combining clinical proficiency with a genuine desire to make a positive impact.

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