BrainWise Blog

BrainWise and Homeless Veterans

In 2018, Sage Open published research on BrainWise which had been taught to homeless men living in a transitional housing facility provided by an urban nonprofit organization.  Marilyn Welsh, Ph.D. and her research team found that men who received BrainWise...

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BrainWise FAQs and BrainWise Practice Activities

BrainWise FAQs What is required to achieve successful outcomes? Individuals who have a desire to teach BrainWise. Instructors who recognize the value of teaching the 10 Wise Ways and understand how learning the skills will benefit not only their students,...

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BrainWise Instructor Training

What are the best ages for individuals to be when they learn BrainWise? BrainWise was developed to be taught to individuals of all ages and abilities. The program can be adapted with appropriate examples from kindergartners to adults, for special...

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The University of Tennessee Extension / Family & Consumer Sciences

Extension agents are a national treasure: They offer educational programs through the designated land-grant university in each state with the goal to provide research-based knowledge that improves the lives of citizens. In 2010, the University of Tennessee Extension (UT Extension)...

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BrainWise Taught at Rotary Youth Leadership Training Program

Karen Loeb, Ed.D., an adjunct professor at the University of Denver who teaches leadership to Honors students there, generously shares her expertise as a Rotary volunteer. Active in the renowned Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) camps in Colorado, she saw...

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