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The Neuroscience of Resilience

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Learn how to overcome anxiety, fear and worry. This talk will give you the science and the tools to move forward in life.

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  • Resilience is defined as the ability to recover quickly from difficulty; it allows us to grow through life's turbulence - developing much higher degrees of awareness and self-regulation along the way.

Resilience is a characteristic of people who deal with stress, anxiety and trauma with utility.

In this talk we will take a look at the anatomical structures and biochemicals that can be stimulated in order to develop a resilient brain. We will take a look at what science suggests are the best behaviours, alongside a definition of the mind which opens a new way to experience life. We will finish with a ten minute meditation utilising some of the theory we have learnt throughout the discussion.

The talk will be interactive, thought provoking and packed with lots of useful tips to put into practise straight away.

You will leave with:

  • a greater level of understanding of the brain
  • the tools to begin your process of developing strong psychological resilience
  • a new definition of mind which can help steer you towards greater degrees of well-being
  • a step-by-step meditation targeting the areas involved in self-regulation

About the speaker:

Tom is a Holistic practitioner who believes in the human potential for transformational growth. He supplemented his MSc Counselling & Psychotherapy with a Performance Coaching diploma, alongside a Postgraduate Diploma in applied Neuroscience.

Tom is a corporate consultant; working with banks, insurance brokers and marketing agencies in London. He delivers webinars to financial traders on psychology, neuroscience and the social sciences. As well as seeing clients in a psychotherapeutic and coaching capacity.

Tom is an individual member of the BACP and can be found on credible coach.

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