What if you could understand your teenager’s habits, their impulsive, irrational, emotional, lazy, risk-taking or even aggressive behaviour, with the guidance of a neuroscientist and psychologist, all from the comfort of your own home? This free minicourse will increase your awareness of your teen’s actions and intentions using a simple, self-guided analysis of their habits and lifestyle and how these relate to their rapidly developing brain.
Most people’s memory becomes less reliable as they get older. But if you, or other people, are noticing that your memory mistakes are becoming worse, or affecting day-to-day life, you should seek help as it may be an early sign of dementia. This free minicourse will increase your awareness of the risks that can lead to memory decline and dementia using a simple, self-guided analysis of your habits and lifestyle and how these relate to your brain health.
Healthy lifestyles, such as sleeping well, healthy eating, regular exercise, and an active social life cultivate a healthy brain. Toxic lifestyles, such as unhealthy eating, substance abuse, sedentary lifestyles, abuse and neglect can lead to mental unwellness. In this course, you will learn how to maintain a healthy brain, and the types of life experiences which lead to mental health problems such as stress, depression, anxiety, grief and ageing