Brain Change Connection

Brain Change Connection

The Neuropsychology of Behavior Change That Sticks



Course Curriculum

What's included?

36 Videos
6 Quizzes
8 Surveys
6.0
Dr. DiGangi
Dr. DiGangi
President of NeuroHealth Partners

About the instructor

Dr. Julia DiGangi is a neuropsychologist and a yoga instructor.  As a scientist, clinician and yogi, Dr. DiGangi brings a rich perspective to the mind-body connection. Based on her expertise, she leads trainings and develops curricula on the neuroscience of behavior change, health management and high performance. Using the latest advances in neuroscience and psychology, she focuses on practical, evidence-based strategies to achieve behavioral change that sticks.

In her capacity as the founder of NeuroHealth Partners, Dr. DiGangi helps clients develop thoughtful strategies related to brain-body wellness.  She has published extensively in scientific journals and has presented to thousands of people on health-related topics. Additionally, she has designed evidence-based curricula for various organizations. She has worked in the field of neuroscience, using cutting-edge technologies like fMRI and EEG to study the brain.

Dr. DiGangi holds a PhD in psychology. She is known for her engaging and relatable communication style, which allows her to effectively teach people how to use their brains to live better, more emotionally intelligent lives. She has also worked at The White House Press Office and on U.S. presidential campaigns, so she is accustomed to helping people gracefully navigate fast-paced, high-stakes professional environments. She gave a TEDx talk on the relationship between stress and the brain.

Known for her compelling, funny and relatable communication style, Dr. DiGangi is a liaison between the complex research world and the public, teaching people about their brains. She has honed her communication skills through her work at The White House Press Office and on U.S. presidential campaigns. Recently, she gave a TED talk on the relationship between stress and the brain.