05 May 2009

Meditation: New Help for Stressed-Out Kids

Watch Live!Meditation:  New Help for Stressed-Out KidsMeditation:  New Help for Stressed-Out KidsMeditation:  New Help for Stressed-Out KidsNational Webconference

Stress undermines learning and health. The optimal mental state for a student to learn is relaxed alertness, according to extensive research. The Transcendental Meditation technique produces a unique state of “restful alertness,” which integrates brain functioning, improves academic achievement, reduces stress and anxiety, improves executive function, and reduces symptoms in students with ADHD.

This national webconference will introduce you to this research-based, non-drug approach to improving academic achievement and reducing stress and stress-related disorders among students.

Experts explain the benefits of
meditation for helping stressed-out kids

John Hagelin, Ph.D.

John Hagelin, Ph.D. President of the David Lynch Foundation; Harvard-trained quantum physicist; educator, author, and leading researcher of the effects on the Transcendental Meditation technique on brain development and mental and physical health.

Sarina Grosswald, Ed.D.

Sarina Grosswald, Ed.D. George Washington University-trained specialist in cognitive learning; executive director of the Office of ADHD and Learning Differences for the David Lynch Foundation; author of a new study on ADHD and the Transcendental Meditation technique.

William Stixrud, Ph.D.

William Stixrud, Ph.D. Clinical neuropsychologist specializing in the evaluation and treatment of children, adolescents, and adults with learning, attention, and/or social/emotional difficulties; associate clinical professor of psychiatry at Georgetown University Medical Center; co-author of a new study on ADHD and the Transcendental Meditation technique.

Norman E. Rosenthal, M.D.

Norman E. Rosenthal, M.D. Senior researcher in psychiatry and psychobiology for 20 years at the National Institute of Mental Health; clinical professor of psychiatry at Georgetown University; author of a new study now under way on the effects of the Transcendental Meditation technique on bipolar disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder.

Fred Travis, Ph.D.

Fred Travis, Ph.D. Neuroscientist; director of the Center for Brain, Consciousness, and Cognition; author of a new study on the effects of the Transcendental Meditation technique on stress and brain function among college students.

Who should participate
Mental health professionals, guidance counselors, educators, and parents.

Registration
Please register at DavidLynchFoundation.org/conference. The webconference is free.

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