Emotional Brain

Health Perspectives ~ The Emotional Brain

Monday, October 7, 2019 - 6:30pm to 7:30pm
  • Library Hall
Dr. Jo Anne Grace explores the dynamic interaction between emotions and the brain.

This presentation will introduce you to how the emotional brain depends on the locator brain and the connector brain to keep the brain healthy and happy. Discover a creative approach to experiencing and processing emotions through neurofeedback. Practice three brain health exercises to increase your emotional flexibility and resiliency. These exercises have positive effects when dealing with anxiety, depression, grief or trauma.

About the speaker

Dr. Jo Anne Grace

Dr. Jo Anne Grace is a health educator, a practical theologian and a spiritual healthcare specialist. Her 30-year experience as a stress management practitioner, a heath motivational coach, a neuro-health trainer, a grief counselor and a spiritual director informs her teaching, writing and research into Pneumasomatic Care. Pneumasomatic Care explores the intimate connection between the spirit and body … the brain and mind. She combines physiology and theology to offer an integrated approach to Brain Health. Dr. Grace directs the NeuroHealth Center and serves as chaplain for Northwest Colorado Health’s Hospice Program in Steamboat Springs.


Change your Emotional Brain and change your life!
Dr. Jo Anne Grace

About the library's Health Perspectives Series

This is an ongoing, once-in-an-occasional series of talks, workshops and films that brings together professional expertise in nutrition, exercise and general health for free community programs at the Bud Werner Memorial Library.