Dr. Louis Cozolino, PhD & Dr. Mary Meador, MD
Presentation on Neuroscience and Interpersonal Biology
Timeless: Nature’s Formula for Health and Longevity
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
RSVP NOT REQUIRIED, BUT APPRECIATED @ louiscozolinotimeless.eventbrite.com
Saturday 3/3 @ 2 – 4 pm at Central Oregon Community College Boyle Education Center Room 155, located on NW College Way in Bend.
What if you could live past 100 and do so without dementia or other common related ailments of aging?
Few prejudices in Western society are more powerful than those concerning aging. What if we stopped thinking of ourselves as aging and in decline, and instead started thinking of ourselves as chronologically advantaged?
More effective than age-defying creams and anti-aging pills is a concrete understanding of how our bodies and our brains age, and what we can do to work with this natural process to make life as long and as fulfilling as possible.
It turns out that many of the secrets to staying young are aligned with what we know to be important throughout life: strong, positive attachments to those around us.
Join us to learn about groundbreaking brain research that proves that our brains continue to grow and change throughout our lives. By examining the aging brain from the perspective of interpersonal neurobiology – the idea that our brains are closely linked to the brains of others, and to our relationships – we learn that wisdom, enhanced social relationships, greater adaptation and flexibility (mental, if not physical!) can all be attained as we grow older.
Louis Cozolino, PhD, is a masterful presenter – wise, compassionate, and entertaining. He is a professor of psychology at Pepperdine University and a private practitioner. He is the author of Timeless: Nature’s Formula for Health and Longevity, The Healthy Aging Brain, The Neuroscience of Human Relationships, The Neuroscience of Psychotherapy, and The Making of a Therapist. He lives in Los Angeles, California.
Dr. Cozolino will be joined by Mary Meador, MD, a family physician with a private practice limited to mental and behavioral health here in Bend. She is skilled and insightful in her understanding of the human brain and relationships. Dr. Meador also teaches the Science of Interpersonal Neurobiology, and chairs the Education Team for GAINS (the Global Association for Interpersonal Neurobiology Studies).