Brain Habits That Silently Steal Our Health

  • Holly Stokes University of Utah

Abstract

1) How the brain learns, the basis of NLP (how the brain codes information). 2) What creates a habit.                        3) How to set up a new habit in 5 minutes. 4) How to begin changing an old habit. 

Author Biography

Holly Stokes, University of Utah
M.NLP, C.Ht. TPMHolly began working with at-risk teens as a wilderness counselor where she worked closely with psychologists to help teens overcome addictions, learn positive communications and build self-esteem. This led her to finish her Bachelor of Science in Psychology at Portland State University. While doing her coursework, she was fascinated with research on the brain which inspired her to certify in Hypnosis and Neuro-Linguistic Programming. NLP looks at how the brain codes information and how we can use that code to effect personal change at a foundational level. In her continued search for professional development she later added Master NLP Certification, NLP Health Certification and Thought Pattern Management. This spectrum of modalities gives Holly a unique perspective on human behavior, motivation and achievement. Through an interactive and participatory approach, Holly loves to engage the audience on the journey of personal discovery through her seminars and workshops. 
How to Cite
STOKES, Holly. Brain Habits That Silently Steal Our Health. Proceedings of the Utah Integrative Health & Resiliency Conference, [S.l.], feb. 2016. Available at: <http://epubs.utah.edu/index.php/hiarc/article/view/1667>. Date accessed: 26 sep. 2017.
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Breakout Presentations