Warrior SMART | BIND | October 2018

10/10/2018 09:30 AM - 12:30 PM
PlanoTX 

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Warrior SMART  

Event Details

Training Schedule
 Day 1: October 10, 2018 from 9:30am to 9:30am
 Day 2: October 11, 2018 from 9:30am to 12:30pm
 
 
High-performance brain training offerings are first-come, first-served. All sessions must be completed in succession. Maximum brain change results from the completion of all steps in the SMART program and continual adoption of brain strategies.
 
High Performance Brain Training for Warriors and Spouses - Think Smarter, Not Harder
 
Our bodies can take a lot of wear and tear, and our brains can too. Whether you have experienced a traumatic injury, the extreme stress of working in a dangerous area or a tough transition back to civilian life, our interactive brain training program helps you enhance cognitive performance and put into practice habits that can help exploit your brain’s untapped potential.
 
More than a decade of clinical trials have demonstrated that the strategies taught in this workshop strengthen the brain’s frontal networks – regions that support attention, planning, judgment and emotional management.*
 
Get a tactical toolkit for your brain. Ensure that your mind is “exercising” to enhance your cognitive performance.
 
WHAT IS THE PROGRAM?
SMART (Strategic Memory Advanced Reasoning Training) is an interactive workshop that teaches a set of strategies that empower you to train core cognitive areas and helps you think smarter, not harder.
 
Through the philanthropic generosity of corporate partners, private citizens and foundation grants, training is offered to our military, law enforcement officers and first responders at no cost.
 
WHO CAN BENEFIT?

Active-duty military, veterans, law enforcement officers and first responders, and military spouses and caregivers.  

High-performance brain training offerings are first-come, first-served. All sessions must be completed in succession. Maximum brain change results from the completion of all steps in the SMART program and continual adoption of brain strategies.

 

Questions? Contact Courtney Hicks - Courtney.Hicks2@utdallas.edu or (972)883-3265