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[Zoom Service] Neuroplasticity and Positive Behavioral Change
February 26 @ 10:15 AM – 12:00 PM
Robert F. Mullen, Ph.D., Psychologist, Director of ReChanneling Inc. and Instructor on Academia.edu, will speak on the topic of, Neuroplasticity and Positive Behavioral Change. Neuroplasticity is evidence of our brain’s constant adaptation to learning. All information notifies our neural network to realign, generating a correlated change in behavior and perspective. What is significant is our ability to dramatically accelerate learning by consciously compelling our brain to re-pattern its neural circuitry. Proactive neuroplasticity’s deliberate, repetitive, neural input of information (DRNI) empowers us to transform our thoughts and behaviors, creating healthy new mindsets, skills, and abilities. A coalescence of neuroscience and psychology is essential to capture the diversity of human thought and experience. Eastern psychology collaborates with western practices to support the overarching truths of ethical behavior. Supported by the simultaneous mutual interaction of our mind, body, spirit, and emotions, our psychological well-being and quality of life are self-determined.
Dr. Robert F. Mullen is the director of ReChanneling Inc., a national organization dedicated to the research and development of programs to (1) moderate symptoms of emotional dysfunction and (2) pursue personal goals and objectives — harnessing our aptitude for extraordinary living. His paradigmatic approach targets the personality through empathy, collaboration, and program integration utilizing neuroscience and psychology to capture the diversity of human thought and experience. A leading expert on social anxiety disorder and its comorbidities, Dr. Mullen is the pioneer of proactive neuroplasticity, enabled by the deliberate, repetitive, neural input of information (DRNI). A radical behaviorist and internationally published author, he facilitates workshops and seminars on emotional recovery and self-empowerment. Prior to the pandemic, he conducted on-site workshops at First Unitarian Universalist Church in San Francisco. Dr. Mullen received his Ph.D. from the California Institute of Integral Studies.