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Train Your Brain, Change Your Life
The brain is an incredible learning machine. So good in fact, that it retains thought and behavior patterns even when they no longer serve us well. Through the practice of mindfulness you can develop eMCC™ skills like awareness, focus, cognitive flexibility and curious observation to rewire your brain. The eMCC™ is the first ever scientifically validated framework of mindfulness skills, which are proven to improve health, happiness, and performance. In this webinar, we will review these four mindfulness skills that have been proven to help you settle your mind, broaden your perspective, sharpen your focus and enhance your quality of life.

The University of Virginia is committed to providing universal access to our events. To request disability accommodations, please contact EmotionalWellbeing@virginia.edu at least seven days prior to the start of the event. Advance notice is necessary to arrange for some accessibility needs.

Sep 7, 2022 03:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Ruth Q. Wolever, PhD, NBC-HWC
Professor of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation @Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Ruth Q. Wolever, PhD, NBC-HWC is a Professor of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, with a secondary appointment at Vanderbilt University School of Nursing, and an Adjunct Associate Professorship at Meharry Medical College. Ruth also serves as the Director of Vanderbilt Health Coaching and as a member of the Wondr Health Science Advisory Board. A clinical health psychologist and nationally-board certified health and wellness coach (NBC-HWC), Ruth has over 28 years of experience training and mentoring medical and allied health professionals in behavioral medicine, emotional health, and coaching. She is a founding member and was the inaugural President of the National Board for Health and Wellness Coaching and has over 28 years of experience designing, implementing, and evaluating behavior change programs for medical patients and those at risk for chronic disease.