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May 2015 News

Brain train for parents

  • Written by  Elissa Dowling
Dr Tim Jennings

How do the choices you make as a parent impact on your child’s developing brain?

Find out at a fascinating event hosted by Darling Downs Christian School on Monday May 4. 

“The Developing Brain” is an evening with Dr Tim Jennings, one of America’s top psychiatrists and author of the book, The God-shaped Brain.

As a respected international speaker, Dr Jennings was also voted one of America’s top psychiatrists in 2008, 2010 and 2011. 

Dr Jennings will share how beginning before conception, continuing in utero and throughout life, our environment, experience and choices alter human DNA and impact brain structure and function. 

The seminar will also explore how healthy nurturing, traumatic experience, diet, addictive substances, television and even belief in God alter our genes, brain structure and brain function.

“The Developing Brain” will begin at 7pm and be held at Glenvale Adventist Church on Greenwattle Street.

Entry is free, but an offering will be taken up on the night. 

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