Dr Judith Roberts is a HCPC registered Clinical Psychologist working in private practice in North Wales and is also a lecturer and director of the MSc in Clinical and Health Psychology at Bangor University. With a breadth of clinical and teaching experience across the NHS and private sectors, Judith has a keen interest in positive psychology approaches to wellbeing and adopts a preventative and resilience focus when working with clients.
All organisms are designed to adapt and survive; this is a physiological and psychological phenomena. Research shows that our experiences can directly shape our brain architecture and influence how well we 'bounce back' from challenging events. It is this 'neuroplasticity' that can move us beyond our fear-based inaction and fixed mindset.
Join us for a 7.00pm start. The session will run for 90 minutes.
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