- 24 Oct 2023
Understanding how neuroscience can help grow your business
Join us to look at ways brain health can be monitored to improve wellbeing and performance
This event will include a short presentation on how our brains function in response to situations. Our environment, circumstances, and relationships are only some of the factors that contribute to neural changes in the brain, which can have an impact on cognitive functioning. The good news is that the brain is malleable, meaning we can influence our cognitive and emotional functioning. This short theoretical presentation will be followed by an overview of a unique employee wellbeing and performance package founded on the latest neuroscience and being introduced to businesses by Kedras Clinics. The package aims to improve well-being, optimise brain functioning and create a sustainable culture of growth within any organisation by introducing an evidence-based system that will provide online brain health checks to employees, combined with remote neurofeedback treatment if required.
Dr Dawn Harris
Dr Dawn Harris is a Consultant Clinical and Forensic Psychologist and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. She has worked in both the public and private sectors for over 25 years where she gained extensive experience of working with people who have experienced psychological trauma. She previously co-founded, co-owned and worked as a psychological lead in a private psychiatric hospital. Within the Criminal Justice field, she has significant experience of working within the prison setting and has designed trauma informed rehabilitative interventions for forensic settings. She has also developed a trauma informed programme that is neurobiologically based, for men who are involved in the Justice system.
Dawn currently provides a highly specialist clinical, forensic psychological service, and opened Kedras Clinics in Perth in 2022 which uses cutting-edge, evidence based neurotechnology and psychotherapy to address a variety of symptomatology in children, young people, and adults including attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), PTSD/CPTSD, insomnia, peak performance in sports and business, anxiety, depression, concentration, epilepsy, and chronic pain amongst others.
Tino is an experienced and considered business advisor, leadership mentor, NED, investor and entrepreneur who supports a number of start up and scale up businesses through different stages of growth. Working with companies across multiple sectors including wellbeing, travel and ecommerce, Tino is also a passionate Trustee for the Homeless World Cup Foundation and Board member at Team GB British Curling. He has been supporting Kedras since launch. His primary focus is to help grow the business, which currently includes helping Dawn to shape solutions that match the needs of high performing business leaders and companies.
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