Presentation at Vail Public Library explores the relationship between the brain and body
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What: The Brain on Love.
When: 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 6; a question and answer period will follow.
Where: Vail Public Library, 292 W. Meadow Drive, Vail.
More information: Call 970-479-2184, or visit vaillibrary.com.
VAIL — In this educational talk, Nicole McGuffin explores the relationship between the brain and body and how this impacts the love we create and feel with our significant others. This information is applicable to anyone in a relationship, romantic or friendship. Walk away with insights into how to build deeper connections, create attachments and grow your relationships, based on what happens in your brain.
McGuffin is the founder of Amazing Brains, a counseling and neuro-feedback clinic in the Riverwalk at Edwards. Intimately familiar with the brain and how to optimize brain functioning through biofeedback and counseling, McGuffin and her team treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, depression, anxiety, sleep issues and brain injuries in addition to working with athletes to create peak performance.
McGuffin is a licensed psychotherapist, board certified in neuro-feedback, and a certified gestalt therapist. As a gestalt therapist, McGuffin guides self-awareness of your experience with tremendous compassion and acceptance, leading you to take direct responsibility. Learn more at http://www.amazingbrains.com.
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