30 episodes

Opening up the conversation to brain health and fitness is empowering. The podcast brings the brain to life to help people empower themselves and their brain using neuroscience. Let's get to know how the brain works using brain science education and simple tools that can assist with calming and strengthening the brain are powerful ways for people to understand their capacity to be strong and resilient. Brain health has become everyone’s business. Professor Bartlett is a neuroscientist and has dedicated the last 25 years to studying the brain. The series of episodes was created to deliver practical tips that drive brain health and fitness. She is a Professor of Neuroscience at Queensland University of Technology and won the Lawrie Austin Award for Neuroscience from the Australian Neuroscience Society. The bottom line after searching for mental health solutions- neuroplasticity, brain imaging and digital technology are going to disrupt the mental health space and everyone will be talking about their brain health in the same way they think about their body with physical trainers and gyms. Please join us in the fun and biggest adventure of our lives. You can teach an old dog new tricks!

THRIVING MINDS Professor Selena Bartlett, Neuroscientist and Group Leader Neuroscience and Neuroplasticity, Translational Research Institute, QUT

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Opening up the conversation to brain health and fitness is empowering. The podcast brings the brain to life to help people empower themselves and their brain using neuroscience. Let's get to know how the brain works using brain science education and simple tools that can assist with calming and strengthening the brain are powerful ways for people to understand their capacity to be strong and resilient. Brain health has become everyone’s business. Professor Bartlett is a neuroscientist and has dedicated the last 25 years to studying the brain. The series of episodes was created to deliver practical tips that drive brain health and fitness. She is a Professor of Neuroscience at Queensland University of Technology and won the Lawrie Austin Award for Neuroscience from the Australian Neuroscience Society. The bottom line after searching for mental health solutions- neuroplasticity, brain imaging and digital technology are going to disrupt the mental health space and everyone will be talking about their brain health in the same way they think about their body with physical trainers and gyms. Please join us in the fun and biggest adventure of our lives. You can teach an old dog new tricks!

    Episode #61. Why understanding your brain helps to understand others. Interview on the ViewPoints podcast with Henry Grossek

    Episode #61. Why understanding your brain helps to understand others. Interview on the ViewPoints podcast with Henry Grossek

    It is well known that poor executive function impacts every aspect of life across the life span, including work productivity and getting along with others. Executive function refers to the parts of the brain that are important for on-task attention,...

    • 14 min
    Episode #60 Libby Trickett and I discuss why sugar is more than it's number of calories and changes the brain and what to do about it-from a neuroscience perspective

    Episode #60 Libby Trickett and I discuss why sugar is more than it's number of calories and changes the brain and what to do about it-from a neuroscience perspective

    How sugar addiction changes the brain and what to do about it-from a neuroscience perspective. Libby Trickett and I discuss this in the Pebble in the Pond podcast for the Australian & New Zealand Mental Health Association. Did you know that 75% of...

    • 1 hr
    Episode #59. Thriving Minds and Schools applying Brain Health and Neuroplasticity. Executive Principal Llew Paulger shares the Kelvin Grove State College Wellness pedagogy.

    Episode #59. Thriving Minds and Schools applying Brain Health and Neuroplasticity. Executive Principal Llew Paulger shares the Kelvin Grove State College Wellness pedagogy.

    Joined today by Executive Principal Llew Paulger who has kindly shared the Kelvin Grove State College Wellness pedagogy. They understand that brain health, fitness and wellness underpins excellence and performance. He shares the strategy that has seen...

    • 36 min
    Episode #58. Grasping neuroplasticity and brain health in our schools and across the education sector

    Episode #58. Grasping neuroplasticity and brain health in our schools and across the education sector

    From my the Perkins Platform blog talk radio. This show features the opinions and experiences of international leaders in education focusing on the challenges and promise of providing quality education to all.Professor Selena Bartlett discussed her work...

    • 34 min
    Episode #57. The gift of feedback in leadership. Using neuroscience to create thriving minds and thriving leader

    Episode #57. The gift of feedback in leadership. Using neuroscience to create thriving minds and thriving leader

    Encouraging a culture of feedback is vital to increasing performance and engagement in the workplace.   Feedback can become a gift that uncovers infinite opportunities for learning and growth. It starts with asking questions.Emeritus Martin Betts,...

    • 25 min
    Episode #56 Using neuroscience in the classroom for teachers and adolescents: Professor Donna Pendergast, Dean of Education, Griffith University.

    Episode #56 Using neuroscience in the classroom for teachers and adolescents: Professor Donna Pendergast, Dean of Education, Griffith University.

    Professor Donna Pendergast is Dean and Head of the School of Education and Professional Studies at Griffith University.  Her research expertise is education transformation and efficacy, with a focus on: middle year’s education and student engagement;...

    • 47 min

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Selena is wonderful!

Season 1 is great for high school health class students Cant get enough of her!!

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