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Making a Good Brain GreatLearn More
by Daniel G. Amen, M.D. and Jesse Payne
All over North America, this groundbreaking new course in brain science has been changing lives of students and providing insight and hope in new and exciting ways!
Envisioned by Dr. Daniel Amen while helping his daughter with her homework one evening, he began to question why knowledge of the brain was not being taught to all students in school. After several months of research, writing, and development, Dr. Amen then partnered with the Orange County Department of Education and began a pilot course at a local continuation high school. The outcome of this pilot was such an amazing success! Soon after, teachers, districts, and administrators from across the country began approaching Dr. Amen, offering support and requesting that their schools be apart of a larger field test.
Dr. Amen then worked closely with Jesse Payne and Jeff Hittenberger (Dean of Education, Vanguard University). After several months of hard work, dedication, and numerous drafts, this curriculum was then field tested at over 30 schools across North America. The results from this field test have been overwhelmingly positive!
After 18 months of research and development, Making a Good Brain Great – School Course is now available to schools, students, and parents worldwide! The premise of the course revolves around the fact that the adolescent brain is in a crucial development stage during the high school years. The knowledge that teenagers integrate is likely to affect them for the rest of their lives.
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Which Brain Do You Want? - The proof every person must see about drugs, alcohol and the brain!Learn More
Daniel G. Amen, M.D., Executive Producer
SEE FOR YOURSELF on DVD how drugs and alcohol damage your brain . . .
Meet five young people from different backgrounds, with different levels of substance abuse, including two who chose to stay clear of drugs or alcohol.
Hear their stories and learn about the impact their choices have had on the quality of their lives.
Next, look at the scans of their brains. See for yourself how their choices – good or bad – have affected the health of their brains.
The candid conversations between these young people and Dr. Amen are revealing. They want to know if it's too late . . . and they want another chance . . . now that they realize they DO have a choice.
The question echoes in their ears . . . Which Brain Do You Want?
Unchain Your Brain, Book + 10 CD SetLearn More
Are you chained to your addiction to smoking? Drinking? Sugar? Drugs? Food? Prescription painkillers? Caffeine? Internet porn? Gambling? Sex? When you are chained by an addiction, it can ruin your life, devastate your family, destroy your relationships, derail your career, lower your grades, and make you physically ill. Do you want to break free from your addictions? Then you need to optimize your brain. The brain plays a central role in your vulnerability to addiction and your ability to recover. Brain dysfunction is the number-one reason why people fall victim to addiction, why they can’t break the chains of addiction, and why they relapse. Optimizing your brain is the key to breaking free from your addictions. Unchain Your Brain: 10 Steps to Breaking the Addictions that Steal Your Life is a practical, easy-to-follow, step-by-step program that shows you how to boost your brain so you can kick your bad habits.
A Rhyming Story about How to Help People Change and Think Positive!
Daniel G. Amen, M.D. and Jesse Payne
This children’s rhyming book is based on a true story as experienced by Dr. Amen himself. One day, while watching a penguin named Fat Freddy perform in a stunt show at a local amusement park, he was astonished to see the penguin perform so well.
Frustrated by his own son’s behavior, Dr. Amen decided to talk with the trainer after the show to find out how she got the penguin to follow all of her directions. Through clever rhyme and story telling, the trainer shares with Dr. Amen the power of positive reinforcement.Learn More