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The nature of forgetting: neurofeedback and psychotherapy in the treatment of dissociative disorders – Webinar series

February 16 @ 8:00 am - February 17 @ 12:00 am AEDT

16-17 Feb 2020, 8am (AEDT) 23-24 Feb 2020, 8am (AEDT 1-2 Mar 2020, 8am (AEDT) 8-9 Mar 2020, 8am (AEDT) 15-16 Mar 2020, 8am (AEDT) 22-23 Mar 2020, 8am (AEDT) This webinar will explore the latest neuroscience research in developmental trauma and discuss how its findings challenge the prevailing belief that dissociation, repression, resistance and regression are primarily psychological...

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Nano revolution: taking health and medicine to the next level

February 17 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm AEDT
Charles Perkins Centre,, John Hopkins Drive
Camperdown, NSW 2006 Australia
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Nanotechnology is unlocking new ways to understand human biology. Scientists expect discoveries in this field will completely revolutionise medicine, from detecting arterial blockages to neural disorders in the brain. For more information, click HERE  

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