Utah Psychological Association presents:
Effects of Stress on the Brain
Angela Eastvold, PhD
Monday September 12, 2016
This webinar will review what stress is and how it impacts the human brain prenatally, as well as postnatally and in the adult brain. This information can be used to better understand your clients and how their life circumstances may be impacting the structure and function of their brain. Ways to counteract the effects of stress in adulthood and maximize brain functioning will also be discussed.
After completing this program, participants will:
- Gain an understanding of the effects of stress on the brain at different stages throughout the lifespan
- Learn ways to counteract effect of stress
Rates and Payment Information:
The Lunchtime Learning webinar series is offered for free to UPA members as a member benefit. It is not available to non-members. This event offers 1 CEU to participants who demonstrate attendance and complete and return a quiz following completion of the webinar. After you register for this event, you will be sent a link to register for the webinar through Zoom. Information on completing your quiz and receiving your CEU will be sent to you when you register for the webinar. The quiz itself will be delivered the day after the webinar.
This is a webinar series and registrants are responsible for making sure they meet the system requirements for accessing the webinar through Zoom. Please visit https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362023-System-Requirements-for-PC-and-Mac to learn more.
Register online at www.utpsych.org
To pay by phone, please contact UPA Executive Director Teresa Bruce at 801.410.0337
Make checks payable to Utah Psychological Association.
Not a member of UPA? Please consider joining. UPA has historically helped define the role of psychology in Utah and continues to play a strong role in making sure that psychologist have a voice in State legislation, licensing changes, and scope of practice. There are some very real challenges over the next several years that will require the support of as many psychologists as possible. Please visit www.utpsych.org or call (801) 410-0337 to join.