Positive Neuroplasticity

Positive Neuroplasticity

A course in hardwiring happiness

Positive Neuroplasticity Training (PNT) is presented as a 2 day course designed to reorient your brain towards happiness and positivity. 

COURSE FEE: $495.00 including GST and course manual. 

Sophia Centre, 225 Cross Rd, Cumberland Park, SA

Developed by Dr Rick Hanson, neuropsychologist and authority on self-directed neuroplasticity, this hands-on, practical course will help you to overcome the genetically hardwired negativity bias in your brain. You’ll learn how to turn beneficial experiences into the lasting inner resources and strengths we all need for managing stress, dealing with life’s challenges and having more to offer others. PNT can help you to cultivate and increase essential qualities for wellbeing including resilience, emotional balance, patience, generosity, positive mood, mindfulness, confidence, feeling cared about, self-understanding and compassion. 

Listen to the clip by Rick explaining how we can use our minds to change our brains Click Here.

During your training you’ll learn:

·             the essence of positive neuroplasticity—how to engage your mind in changing your brain

·             the three basic steps to ‘taking in the good’

·             the brain science behind ‘taking in the good’

·             how to recognise and meet the three universal core needs of safety, satisfaction and connection

·             how to grow and strengthen your own inner resources to change your brain in a positive way

·             the fundamental psychological skill of converting beneficial experiences to beneficial mental states
              which, with practice, become neural traits.

Who is this course for?

PNT is beneficial for most people—parents, retirees, students, executives, educators and people in helping professions. Whether you’re currently a glass-half-full or a glass-half empty person, you’ll experience a range of benefits from working with your mind in this way.

The training is not recommended for individuals with severe depression, a history of psychotic experiences or flooding with traumatic material when tuning into one’s experience.

While prior training in mindfulness is not a pre-requisite for the course, it may be helpful to have some mindfulness meditation background, to ensure you gain the maximum benefit from your experience of PNT.

What to expect?

We will explore the course material using short practices (during class), mindful movement, learning about the brain and how experience impacts it, and group discussion. A course book is also included.

For further information or to book your place on the course, please contact Georgie at Georgie.davidson@mindfulmovement.net.au