Rita provides tailor-made webinar and in-person presentations and workshops to clinicians, educators and parents.
She also creates workshops linking Neuroscience research with a variety of topics, such as managing stress, understanding social relationships, and on ways to increase wellness in order to maximise performance for students, adolescents and adults in various domains including education, psychology and allied health and the medical and legal professions. Please see www.in-ed.com.au for more details with regard to the Institute for Neuroscience and Education.
Neuroscience and Deep Learning for Early Years
& Neuroscience and The Developing Brain for Early Years
Education is experiencing a paradigm shift from fear-based learning (the classical-behavioural approach) to brain-based deep learning (from right-brain to right-brain), which has significant implications for teaching pedagogy. Learning begins the moment a child is born. Learning that takes place under stress results in performance that is based only on fear whereas deep learning that occurs in thriving and enabling environments empowers children and young people to reach their full potential academically, socially, emotionally and physically.
Neuroscience and Deep Learning For All
Neuroscience and the Developing Brain for Children and Young People Experiencing Trauma
Applying Neuroscience Principles -
Neuropsychotherapy with Children
The Neuroscience of Parenting and
The Neuroscience of Learning for optimal wellbeing
The Neuroscience of parenting for your child's optimal wellbeing
The Brain Based Approach to Learning
Teachers as First Responders
The Psychological Report
What does it all mean?
The Intentional and Diverse Application of
Neuroscience and Performance -
How to handle Stress From a Neuroscience Perspective
Exam Stress and How to Handle it-
Australasian College for Emergency Medicine