SENGinar - Insight into a Bright Mind: The Latest Neuroscience of Giftedness and Living as Liberated Beings
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About The Event
Gifted and twice-exceptional (“2e”) individuals perceive and respond to the world with elevated receptivity and processing which originates from our neurobiology and physiology. Neuroscience is illuminating how no two brains are alike. Each of our brains is as unique as our fingerprints. Dr. Tetreault advocates for neuroindividuality as the “new normal,” explaining how groundbreaking science leads us to nurture the entire individual: our gifts, our challenges, and everything in between. Revolutionize your thinking by understanding how gifted experiences may be enhanced because we are simply “hard-wired” differently! Learn about recent studies that report how high-IQ individuals can be uniquely at risk for psychological and physiological conditions. Explore positive practices centered around neuroscience and psychology to support whole individual. When we tap into our essence and share our gifts, we experience the light of coming into our full embodiment, where we live and thrive as liberated beings.
About the Presenter:
Nicole Tetreault, Ph.D., is a compassionate neuroscientist, author, meditation teacher, and international speaker on topics of neurodiversity, neurodevelopment, creativity, mental health, and wellness. Her book, Insight into a Bright Mind, explores groundbreaking research examining the experiences of unique, creative, and intense brains through interviews, storytelling, and literary science, while advocating for new directions of human diversity and neurodiversity. Nicole authored numerous papers on intelligence, autism, brain evolution, neuroinflammation, and behavior. She is a faculty member of Bridges Graduate School of Cognitive Diversity in Education. Nicole believes we can wire our minds for positive plasticity and live the life we dream.