NEUROSCIENCE OF MINDFULNESS @ Antioch University Los Angeles
Nov 13 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Insight Out Speaker Series
Dr. Lopsang Rapgay has been conducting groundbreaking research in the scientific study of classical mindfulness. In this talk he will focus primarily on how different phases of mindfulness training affect attention via changes in specific brain functions. He will also discuss findings in neuroscience contrasting popularized short-term and traditional longer term mindfulness techniques including relevant clinical implications.
FREE and Open to the public
Room A1000

Parking structures is $7, cash only
Free street parking available after 6 pm
Brought to you by the Master of Arts in Psychology Department at Antioch University Los Angeles
Co-Sponsored by the Spiritual and Depth Psychology Program

Lobsang Rapgay, Ph.D. is a clinical and research psychologist, and
Director of the Study on Sustained Attention, Working Memory and
Meta-cognition in Anxiety and Attention Disorders, Department of
Psychiatry UCLA. He is a native of Tibet and was a Tibetan Buddhist monk
for 18 years and formally trained in Buddhist theory and practice.

Event Cost:
This event is FREE

Contact Information:

Location Information: