July 23, 2016

Aspen Colorado

4th Annual Aspen Brain Lab,

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July 21, 2016

Denver Colorado , USA

iLS Integrated Listening Systems Conference, Keynote Speaker,

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June 3, 2016,

Boston, Massachusetts

27th Annual Trauma Conference: Psychological Trauma—Neuroscience, Attachment & Therapeutic Interventions
Keynote: The Stages of Neuroplastic Healing: How Sensory Input Can Stimulate, Modulate and Prepare the Brain for Healing and New Learning Click here for more information

Return to Oz, 2016 WORKSHOPS

In May 2016 Norman Doidge returns to Australia, to present two-day workshops,
in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.
At these two-day trainings, he outlines
the implications for treatment and human growth
of these discoveries, and updates us about the cutting edge neuroplastic techniques.
Health care professionals will find this educational workshop of special interest.

May 5 & 6th 2016
Brisbane, Australia
Neuroplasticity- practical importance.
Further details: http://byronclinic.com/norman-doidge-2016/

May 9 & 10th 2016
Sydney, Australia
Neuroplasticity- practical importance.
Further details: http://byronclinic.com/norman-doidge-2016/

May 16th  & 17th 2016
Melbourne, Australia
Neuroplasticity- practical importance.
Further details: http://byronclinic.com/norman-doidge-2016/

January 27, 2016,
Norman Doidge lecture, “The Brain’s Way of Healing”
Library Foundation of Los Angeles, ALOUD SERIES,
Mark Tater Auditorium, Central Library
630 W 5th Street,
Los Angeles 90071
7:15 pm
LECTURE NOW FULL, THERE MAY BE STANDBY TICKETS AT 7 pm
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November 5, 2015
The Norman Berman Memorial Lecture Fund presents
Dr. Norman Doidge- “The Brain’s Way of Healing”
Jewish Public Library, 7:30 pm
5151 Côte Ste-Catherine, Montreal
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September 5, 2015,
National Book Festival,
Library of Congress,
Washington D.C.
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July 9, 2015,
Amsterdam, The Netherlands,
Opening Keynote Speaker
Thoughts on the Neuroplasticity Revolution and Psychoanalysis
16th International Neuropsychoanalysis Conference entitled
Plasticity and Repetition
University of Amsterdam, Roeterseiland Campus
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In May 2015 Norman Doidge is returning to Australia.  His last appearance in Brisbane, at the Brisbane Writers Festival, was described by the Courier Mail as “electrifying,” and his book was the bestselling one at the Festival.  He will be returning to Brisbane, to a large venue in May. His first appearance in Melbourne drew 1,700 people, to the Federation Square, and he’s returning to an equally large venue again.  He will visit Adelaide, too, for the first time.

Thursday May 28, 2015
Melbourne, Australia:
The School of Life
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Wednesday May 27th, 2015
Melbourne Australia
Melbourne Town Hall in Conjunction with the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health
This event is sold out.

Monday May 25th, 2015
Adelaide, Australia
Adelaide Town Hall
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Note-The Brain’s Way of Healing was the #1 bestselling book at this years Sydney Writers Festival

Saturday May 23, 2015, 10-11 am
Sydney Writers Festival
Sydney Australia
A Radical Rethink: Panel with three physicians, Norman Doidge, Karen Hitchcock and Ranjana Srivastava
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Friday May 22, 2015, 12 pm
Sydney Writers Festival
Sydney Australia
Conversations: Richard Fidler with Norman Doidge
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Thursday May 21, 2015, 6:30-7:30 pm
Sydney Writers Festival
Sydney Australia
The Brain’s Way of Healing—A talk by Norman Doidge
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Tuesday May 19, 2015
Brisbane Australia,
Brisbane Powerhouse in conversation
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March 31, 2015
Salt Lake City, UT
For event at the Grand America Hotel, contact the Avalon Foundation
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February 5, 2015
Denver, CO
Tattered Cover Book Store, 7PM
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February 3, 2015
Seattle, WA
Town Hall Seattle, 7:30PM
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February 2, 2015
Santa Barbara, CA
UCSB Arts & Lectures, 8PM
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February 1, 2015
Monterey Public Library
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January 29, 2015
San Francisco, CA
Book Passage, 7PM
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Wednesday February 18
London School of Economics
Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science public lecture
Venue: Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House
Time: 6.30-8pm
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Tuesday February 17, 2015
Royal Institution.
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Monday February 16, 2015
King’s Place.
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Tuesday February 10, 2015
Norman Doidge at the Toronto Reference Library
Krembil Lecture series in partnership with The Krembil Foundation, Bram & Bluma Appel Salon
Tue Feb 10, 2015
 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
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Tuesday January 27th, 7 pm
In Conversation Norman Doidge with Heather Reisman,
Indigo, Manulife Centre, space available on first come, first served basis
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Tuesday January 20, 7 p.m.
Blue Heron Bookshop
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October 25th, 2014
Norman Doidge moderates a panel, called “Neuroplasticity and Healing,” with His Holiness the Dalai Lama, and neuroscientists Michael Merzenich and Edward Taub,
Alys Stephens Center,
University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA
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Norman Doidge has given presentations at the London School of Economics, the White House, the United Nations, Yale University, the Harvard-MIT conference Learning and the Brain, The Royal Society of Arts, London, Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience. Dublin, Peking University’s  Neuroscience Research Institute, China,
 The Ducal Palace at the Genoa Science Festival, The Sydney Opera House.  He’s spoken throughout North America, Europe, and Australia,  exciting academics, scientists, business people, government leaders, clinicians, artists and lay people alike.

"“Dr. Norman Doidge is masterful in his extensive and intensive knowledge of the human brain in its myriad complexities; artful in his effortless and absorbing expositions of his subject matter and riveting in his presentations of the specifics of brain change and the scientific adaptations aimed at wonderous normalization of brain deficits. Doidge's presentations are nothing short of spectacular and are not to be missed by specialists and laymen alike.”"

− Paul V. Cassano Ph.D. Vice President, Development Assumption University of Windsor

"“Inspirational and tremendously hopeful. Dr. Doidge brings the information to the audience through story, and the audience learns ways to keep everyone's brain healthy. The information validates that we must not put caps or limits on people. We loved the way he integrated literature, philosophy, medicine and psychology.”"

− Susan Close. inventor of the brain-based education program, Smart Learning

"“In addition to being a brilliant presenter, Dr. Doidge is a great guy and a joy with whom to work...Dr. Doidge’s presentation was thoughtful and cogent as he introduced neuroplasticity and the amazing treatment results being achieved based upon the knowledge of neuroscience…The video clips of Dr. Doidge’s work made the discoveries in science more concrete and demonstrated the profound impact being achieved. It was amazing to see the utilization of brain plasticity to treat common and more esoteric conditions.”"

− Margo DeMont, Ph.D. Executive Director of Community Health Enhancement Memorial Hospital of South Bend

"“I was on an 'educational high' for weeks after spending the day with Dr. Doidge! His presentation is insightful, relevant and engaging with just the right mix of humour and warmth. Dr. Doidge's work will deeply affect you and your brain!”"

− Nadine Naughton, Victoria B.C. a teacher-leader

""Dr. Doidge's presentation is funny, entertaining, and compelling...a renaissance man, he knows his history, philosophy, science and he definitely knows the brain. As an educator, I see profound implications in his work.""

− Ingrid Fawcett, British Columbia

"“Dr. Norman Doidge spoke to our Bon Mot Club event and captivated the audience and we've been receiving rave reviews. He was able to take the complicated field of brain research and create a fascinating presentation our group of very senior business & community leaders could directly relate to, and integrate the information into their own lives and careers. Norm was great to work with and very flexible in tailoring his stories to connect with the audience's interests. I look forward to hosting him again when he has another book published!" "

− Leah Costello, President, Curious Mind Productions & Founder, The Bon Mot Book Club.

"In 20 years as a Director of Medical Education, I have never attended such a provocative and useful medical education program. Dr. Doidge’s eloquent rendering of the story of neuroplasticity affirms my commitment to continuous lifelong engagement in medicine as a means of attaining not only competence, but passion for medicine in these challenging times. Dr. Doidge lends hard scientific credibility to the common sense dictum that those who love their jobs, love their lives. Not only did I find Dr. Doidge’s presentation personally relevant, but also, the principles he espouses can be applied to our entire hospital system.”"

− Mark Walsh, M.D. Director of Medical Education, Memorial Hospital and Health System, South Bend, IN Emergency Medicine Physician, Memorial Hospital Clinical Assistant Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine, South Bend Campus