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August 2–5, 2015 Sunday–Wednesday 3 nights
Continuing Education Credits

New Beliefs, New Brain: Neurosculpting for Stress Relief

Lisa Wimberger
Lisa Wimberger

Lisa Wimberger, MA, MBTI, holds a master’s degree in education and a certification in NeuroLeadership, and is trained in Ascension meditation and the tools of the Berkeley Psychic Institute. She is founder of the Neurosculpting®…
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For everyone.

How does a healthy brain handle stress? It reacts and responds in the moment, then releases the emotional energy without letting it leave permanent traces in the neural tissue. With Neurosculpting for Stress Relief, you learn effective practices, supported by neuroscientific research, for managing, healing, and resisting the harmful effects of stress. Lisa Wimberger, who credits her meditation practice with helping her through the experience of being hit by lightning and clinically dying, has designed a program that helps you

  • Clear away unhealthy patterns that reinforce stress and replace them with healthy behaviors
  • Identify limiting beliefs and the neurological patterns associated with them
  • Use the breath to strengthen a healthy response to difficult situations
  • Create a neurological overlay to balance existing conditioning.

Recommended reading and listening Lisa Wimberger, Neurosculpting: A Whole-Brain Approach to Heal Trauma, Rewrite Limiting Beliefs, and Find Wholeness (Sounds True); New Beliefs, New Brain (Divine Arts Media); Neurosculpting for Stress Relief: Four Practices to Change Your Brain and Your Life (CD set); Neurosculpting: A Step-by-Step Program to Change Your Brain and Transform Your Life. (CD set)

Note Wear comfortable clothing and bring a journal.

CE Credits
This program is eligible for
  • 14 credits for Social Workers (SW), $30 additional charge