Free Public Psychology Talks In June

Continuing on with our successful public presentations during Psychology Month, BCPA’s Community Engagement Committee presents two more public psychology talks.

Building a Better Brain: Daily Habits That Can Keep You Sharper, Longer *

Presented by Dr. Larissa Mead-Westcott
June 22 2015 (7:00 PM–8:30 PM)

Central Branch (350 West Georgia, Alice MacKay Room, Lower Level)

Do you worry about memory loss, or not being able to 'keep up' with the younger generation? Changes in our thinking skills are thought of as a natural part of aging, however, current research is demonstrating that many of our daily habits have an influence on our brain's health.

Dr. Larissa Mead-Wescott describes our current understanding of factors that may reduce the likelihood of cognitive decline, and specific changes you can make to keep yourself sharper, longer.

*This is a repeat of our very popular February 16, 2015 event

Narcissism: Self-esteem, Self-confidence, Arrogance or More?

Presented by Dr. Sandeep Atwal
June 29 2015 (7:00 PM–8:30 PM)

Central Branch (350 West Georgia, Alice MacKay Room, Lower Level)

What exactly is narcissism? This presentation will help you:
-  understand the difference between narcissism and Narcissistic Personality Disorder
  - learn about the actual experience of narcissists
 - explore causes of narcissism
 - provide approaches to deal with narcissistic individuals
- deal with your own narcissistic feelings.





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