Neuroplasticity has far-reaching implications and possibilities for almost every aspect of human life and culture.
It’s just as easy to degrade your brain as improve it.
Join us to learn what your brain needs to know about neuroplasticity and Debbie's brain health journey.
Debbie will talk about her personal journey from depression to thriving. She will tell you how she learned about neuroplasticity and put her brain to work FOR her to help her health and happiness.
She'll tell you how her brain - or any brain for that matter - got depressed and how she healed from depression and a brain injury, the result of trying to end her life, and went on to thrive.
The important thing here is that you can do it too. Because of neuroplasticity, every brain is capable of change and healing.
Debbie Hampton recovered from decades of unhealthy thinking and depression, a suicide attempt, and resulting brain injury to become an inspirational and educational writer on brain, psychological, emotional, and mental health issues for Huffington Post, MindBodyGreen, and more.
On her website, The Best Brain Possible, Debbie shares how she rebuilt her brain and life to find joy and thrive. She wants you to know that you can do it too! You can quickly learn the steps to a better you in her book, Beat Depression And Anxiety By Changing Your Brain, with simple practices easy to implement in your daily life. Improve your brain, improve your life.
Debbie has also published an intimate, entertaining, inspiring, and educational memoir, Sex, Suicide and Serotonin: Taking Myself Apart and Putting Myself Back Together. You can get daily inspiration and information by joining Debbie on Facebook.