2019 Brain Longevity Therapy Training
Date(s) - 10/24/2019
Alzheimer’s Research & Prevention Foundation
The 2019 Brain Longevity®Therapy Training (Module 1), October 24 – 25 and
Inaugural Brain Longevity® Symposium (Module 2), October 26 – 27
In Scottsdale, AZ
A RESEARCH-BASED CERTIFICATION PROGRAM ON YOGA AND INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE FOR BRAIN HEALTH AND HEALTHY AGING.
For more details please go to http://alzheimersprevention.org/training/ regarding our registration deadlines, registration details, daily conference schedule, CEUs, Brain Specialist Certification and more.
Module 1: Brain Longevity®Therapy Training is presented in a blended-learning format: Your advance preparation will include reading two books on your own with additional curriculum online starting in August 2019, so you can complete open-book exams at your pace. The second part of Module 1 will take place in a classroom format, live, in Scottsdale on October 24th and 25th. 25 CEU/CE hours are available for allied healthcare providers and yoga therapists and yoga teachers.
Module 2: Brain Longevity® Symposium. All 2019 participants and 2017/18 Certified Brain Specialists are qualified to attend. ARPF is bringing researchers to Scottsdale who have contributed over the past 15 years to the body of evidence around prevention. Attendees learn the latest developments and breakthroughs of ARPF-sponsored research studies direct from the scientists and have opportunities to exchange their experiences and ideas with other certified specialists. 13 CEU/CE hours are available for allied healthcare providers and yoga therapists and yoga teachers.
Who should attend?
Registered Nurses/Nurse Practitioners, Occupational Therapists, Social Workers, Life/Wellness Coaches, Nutritionists, Psychologists/Mental Health Practitioners, Integrative/Holistic Medicine Practitioners, Caregivers and other allied healthcare providers.
Yoga teachers/therapists of all traditions.
Please email Chelsea Pyne, BLTT Assistant, Chelsea@alzheimersprevention.org
Or contact Le Craven, ARPF Office Manager, Le@alzheimersprevention.org, 520-615-4567