Readings Hawthorn Hosts Barbara Arrowsmith-Young: The Woman Who Changed Her Brain
Barbara’s talk covers the personal and the universal. The personal is Barbara’s journey of discovery driven by her hunt for a solution to her own debilitating learning disorders leading to the integration of two lines of neuroscience research. The universal is that we all have a brain and by furthering our knowledge of how our brain shapes us through mediating our understanding of the world we can gain insight into our functioning and that of others. And most promising, that through our growing understanding neuroplasticity, we now have the knowledge to develop treatments to shape our brains. It is a journey of understanding and transformation. This talk is supported by readings from Barbara’s Internationally best-selling book, The Woman Who Changed Her Brain.
Date: Friday February 21, 2020
Time: 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Location: Readings Hawthorn
701 Glenferrie Rd
The author of the game-changing The Woman Who Changed Her Brain, Barbara Arrowsmith-Young developed the Arrowsmith Program, which has helped thousands of families and is taught in schools around the world. Her book interweaves her personal story with case histories she has gathered from more than 40 years of working with both children and adults. We are thrilled to have Barbara Arrowsmith-Young sharing her incredible story with us.
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