Year-long series Mental Health Matters: Community Gatherings for Help, Hope, and Healing

  • 08 Feb 2018
  • 7:00 PM
  • 13 Dec 2018
  • 9:00 PM
  • Hixson United Methodist Church


Year-long series Mental Health Matters: Community Gatherings for Help, Hope, and Healing


Presented By:  Timothy Jennings,MD, DFAPA
Board-certified psychiatrist and distinguished Fellow of the American 
Psychiatric Association and Southern Psychiatric Association


Date: Thu, February 08, 2018 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm  


Location:
     Hixon United Methodist Church
     Old Hixson Pike 5301
     Hixson, 37343  


Url:
 
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mental-health-matters-the-developing-brain-tickets-42283037704?aff=efbeventtix


Description

As part of Hixon United Methodist Church's and Come and Reason 
Ministries' year-long series Mental Health Matters: Community Gatherings 
for Help, Hope, and Healing, Dr. Jennings will be presenting "The 
Developing Brain," at 7:00pm on February 8.

The Developing Brain
Did you know that environment, experience, and choice can alter human 
DNA and impact brain structure and function? Learn how traumatic 
experiences, diets, addictive substances, television, healthy nurturing, 
and even a belief in God can alter our genes and brain structure—and how 
you can keep your brain function strong.

Visit hixsonumc.org for more about this series.
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Dr. Jennings will also be speaking for this series on these dates:

Mar. 8 — Neurobiology of Depression and Drug-Free Treatments
Apr.12 — Addictions and the Adolescent Brain
May 10 — The Mind: God’s Design & What Went Wrong
Aug. 13 — The Aging Brain (Copies of Dr. Jennings brand new book, The 
Aging Brain, will be available.)
Sept. 13 — Fix for Failing Families
Oct. 12 — The Science of Belief
Nov. 8 — Guilt Resolution
Dec. 13 — The God-Shaped Brain

Location information
Hixson United Methodist Church
Old Hixson Pike 5301
Hixson, 37343

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