Fall 2019 Class Offerings
Introduction to Healthy Living and Brain Health
Instructors: Drs. Pam Lockwood, Sheila Cohen, Michael Wizer
This 2 hour class introduces adolescents and adults to basic, research-based ideas, about a healthy lifestyle: nutrition, exercise, relaxation/mindfulness, social connection, and brain learning.
Mindfulness and the Art of Living
10:00 to 10:20 seated mindfulness session
10:20 to 10:40 self-guided stretching and mindfulness practice questions
10:40 to 11:00 seated mindfulness session
11:00 to 11:40 the art of living presentation and discussion
11:40 to 12:00 closing activity
The Art of Living
I hold and carry many ideas related to the art of living well. Some come from my own reﬂections and experiences. Some come from my readings from ancient philosophy or evolutionary biology. Some come from writings and teachings on mindfulness. I weave these many ideas into my practice as a psychologist.
In these classes we will practice mindfulness together and discuss our practice. I will also present ideas that I am calling The Art of Living. Hopefully, these ideas will enrich your understanding of your mindfulness practice and also contribute to your good life.
When Five Saturday mornings from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm. December 14, January 11, February 8, March 14, April 11 (2019-2020)
Where 1569 Chase Avenue, 45223 (at the corner of Chase and Hamilton in Northside), second ﬂoor.
To Register Please register with me directly at (class size limited to a maximum of 12 people)
ADHD-NON MEDICATION APPROACHES
Saturday, November 9th, 10:30-12:00 pm
Instructor: Dr. Pam Lockwood
Cost: $15 (cash or check only payment due at time of group)
individual sessions may also be scheduled
A one session class intended for adults or parents of children with attention and behavioral issues. We will discuss ways to help with focus and manage behavior by exploring exercise, relaxation and very importantly nutrition and gut health. Research is clearly showing that these non-medication approaches can be very powerful in lessening ADHD symptoms, assissting with sleep and improving life satisfaction functioning.
Behavior Change Group (A Monthly Support Group)
Lead by Dr. Pam Lockwood, Dr. Michael Wizer, or Dr. Sheila Cohen
Cost: $15 per group meeting
This 90 minute group is designed as a support group for those folks who are making behavior and lifestyle changes in order to support their health. Every meeting will offer an opportunity to talk about lifestyle changes, and the challenges we face in making those changes. Groups will be structured to offer support, encouragement, and guidance in making positive changes.