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A Brain-Based Approach to Peace - Friday, May 4, 2012, Washington, DC
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17 April 2012
Private Luncheon Meeting
A BRAIN-BASED APPROACH TO PEACE
Improving brain functioning and reducing stress
and violent behavior in individuals and society
Friday, May 4, 2012
Luncheon conference: 12:00–2:00 PM
Breakout sessions: 2:00–4:00 PM
The Hay Adams
800 Sixteenth Street NW,
John Hagelin, Ph.D.
International Director, Global Union of Scientists for Peace; President, David Lynch Foundation
Recipient of the Peacemaker/Peace Building Award, National Peace Foundation; Director of the Foundation for Middle East Peace
Col. Brian Rees, M.D., M.P.H.
Command Surgeon, 63rd Regional Support Command; Author of published study on ''Brain-Based Approach to Peace''
Fred Travis, Ph.D.
Director, MUM Center for Brain, Consciousness and Cognition; Research Director, Global Peace Initiative
This luncheon meeting will introduce an innovative, evidence-based approach to conflict resolution. The session will present cutting-edge research on the impact of stress and trauma on the brain. It will also showcase 30 years of research and clinical applications of the Transcendental Meditation technique for restoring balanced brain functioning, overcoming stress and reducing violent, impulsive behavior among at-risk individuals and, perhaps more intriguingly, among entire at-risk populations living in high-crime and war-torn regions.
Please register at
gpi.eventbrite.com by Friday, April 27
Seating is limited.
David Lynch Foundation
654 Madison Avenue, Suite 806
New York, NY 10065
Global Peace Initiative
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