Laura Jones has offered this video on YouTube. The quality is not the best at times - I think someone was running a washing machine or something. But, the message resonates with our interest at LBHC to change the narrative toward embracing health and wellness.
April 2, 2012
Nursing Program, Karolinska Institutet - NVS:Medical Ethics "double-feature" - Christine Mitchell, Assoc. Director of the Harvard Division on Ethics spoke on Aging Patients and Caring Nurses: Ethical Concerns.
After the talk, a reception was held for Christine and Friends and Novum to discuss Ethics and Views from Across the Pond.
Christine is the Director of Medical Ethics, Children's Hospital of Boston and Associate Director, Harvard Division on Ethics.
Paul Kelly, a medical graphics creator in Toronto, Canada, has produced this excellent animation on sports concussive injury:
Check out this animated strip on promoting health:
to use innovative ways to bring the best of psychology and neuroscience to promote your health and wellness
provide highly competent, office-based and online consultation and coaching services
engage you in self-discovery and enhance your opportunities for successful, healthy living
Knowledge is available from the wealth of expertise around us but Self-Knowledge is key.
Aim for Positive Health
Develop Piloting Skills to take the right steps to health.
The Pilot has belief-in-possibility, but must ask three questions (adapted from Hyde Schools):
Who Am I?
Where do I Need to Get to?
How Do I Get There?
We are creatures of narrative, of stories that are inexact. Fortunately, change is possible. It takes hold with committment.
When we commit we change the course of our narrative.
Many of our positive choices toward health in life - including some life-saving choices - come not out of a formidable battle, in which our health-promoting desire and motivation "win" over poor life choices; rather, we often find that small steps with relatively little effort make the difference.
Repeated, these become habits...Habits.
What does this supercomputer have to do with brain research? Read about the tour of the PDC facility at the Royal Institute of Technology.
Free video course on Autism and Related Disorders, from the Child Study Center at Yale University.