Free Lecture - Chronic Pain & The Brain
Wednesday, February 19th from 7:30-8:30 pm
Please join psychologist Chris Rozell, MC, R. Psych for our upcoming lecture where he will discuss pain and chronic pain and it's relation to the brain. Studies show that there is a very strong connection between the two.
Chris will talk about the main brain networks involved in anxious and depressive states and how they relate to chronic pain. Learn some techniques on how to manage highs and lows to help you achieve optimal performance and brain balance.
If you've experienced a painful injury, or if you're dealing with lingering chronic pain, then this lecture is for you.
About the Presenter, Chris Rozell - Registered Psychologist
Chris developed his passion for studying the nervous system through his experience working with families and individuals living with developmental disabilities and brain injuries. After completing a Master’s degree in counselling psychology at Athabasca University, he trained and specialized in biofeedback (observing and recording a person’s physiological response to various situations) and the measurement of brain networks using quantitative electroencephalogram (an electronic test that detects electrical activity in the brain). Throughout his clinical work, Chris has noticed that many patients seeking support with cognitive and emotional challenges also struggle with sleep issues. Providing a holistic approach to wellness, Chris continues to develop innovative biofeedback protocols to improve sleep.
Register using the form and reserve your spot as space is limited. This lecture is free to attend.
Can't make it in person but want to tune-in from home on our webcast? Sign up for the webcast by clicking HERE