Accessing the Supercomputer within

Alarik Arenander

Presentations and Tools
to Maximize
Brain Functioning

Self-Recovery Rehabilitation

Effective, Holistic Treatment of Drug Abuse and Addiction

Lasting, satisfying recovery is only possible when the cause of addiction is treated.

This keynote summarizes the brain research on addiction which documents the four main elements that any effective rehabilitation strategy must fulfill to reverse the maladaptive changes in the brain of addicts. Learn about the evidence-based program of Self-Recovery, which utilizes the complementary medical modality of meditation to bring about a holistic, integrated, comprehensive restructuring of the brain physiology of drug addicts. This approach helps facilitate long-term, successful rehabilitation and the development of a healthy, fulfilling life as a member of society .

Understanding the research-based fundamentals and techniques of effective recovery from substance abuse and addiction.

An inspiring lecture from a dynamic speaker who makes complex brain functioning understandable and enjoyable for lay people and professionals alike. Features a wealth of knowledge about integrative brain functions and the addiction process, and practical tips restoring mind-body health.

  • Addictive behavior as a fundamental problem of brain incoherence
  • Four main elements for effective rehabilitation
  • Central role of the prefrontal cortex in addictive behavior
  • Decreasing the reward value of the drugs
  • Increasing the reward value of natural, non-drug reinforcers
  • Decrease the conditioned responses based on environmental drug cues
  • Increase the executive control functioning of the frontal cortex
  • Optimal treatment strategies of addicted individuals
  • Enhancing brain coherence for substance abuse recovery
  • Healing addiction from the inside-out

Program Length: Presentations can be created from 45 minute keynote, to half or full day seminar. Custom topics are available upon request.

Speaking Fee: Contact us to obtain current fees for speaking. Fees include normal travel and hotel expenses, as well as recording considerations & educational materials.

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