Stefanie Faye : Mind Brain Body

This workshop will inform and deepen your understanding of your students’ behaviours, needs and emotions while providing you with a contemporary
framework for understanding the Alexander Technique. On behalf of AUSTAT, please watch this unique opportunity to hear neuroscience specialist and educator, Stefanie Faye discuss Mind Brain Body.

Stefanie conducts the leading podcast- Mindset Neuroscience and focuses giving actionable and engaging neuroscience education that transforms mindsets and behaviours. Many of her ideas will develop on and deepen our understanding for the Alexander work from a completely external perspective. Stefanie’s ability to bring together the work of scientists and thinkers from contemporary research and translate them into everyday language will both confirm and challenge your understanding of human functioning.

Working with individuals and organisations, Stefanie gains the deepest understanding of behaviours by translating complex scientific concepts into realworld language that applies to how we build resilience, growth mindset, trust and psychological safety for ourselves and with others. Stefanie has worked with Google, Stanford University, the Hasso Plattner Institute for Design, Northwestern University, Alberta Children’s Hospital, the University of
California San Diego School of Medicine, City Colleges of Chicago, the Department of Defense, the Canada School of Public Service and many more.

Stefanie currently works at a clinical neuropsychology centre using EEG and brainwave technologies to enhance learning and cognitive performance.

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