Changing the Brain Waves of Depression
What do the brain waves of a depressed person look like? How can they be changed?
WHAT: Brittany Alperin & Sienna Morris on “Changing the Brain Waves of Depression”
AMAZING EXPERIENCE TONIGHT: Details to come…
WHERE: Velo Cult, 1969 NE 42nd Ave, Portland, OR 97213
WHEN: Wednesday, May 17th, 6 – 8pm
Brittany Alperin, a Behavioral Neuroscience graduate student at OHSU, and Sienna Morris, an artist and science enthusiast, will talk about how mindfulness meditation and self-care can not only decrease depressive symptoms, but can also produce measurable change in your brain!
Join us for a discussion of Sienna’s journey through mindfulness practice, take a look at how her depressive symptoms and brain waves changed over time, and see the art that this experience inspired.
NW Noggin Velo Cult events are always free, open to the public, child friendly, and feature access to amazing beer (scroll here for current tap list), wine, coffee, tea, sodas and sandwiches…