- Grand Challenges
- Thought Leadership
Brain health as defined by experts is the combination of cognitive (memory, attention, thinking) and mental (emotional well-being) health.
Dr. Nasreen Khatri, an award-winning clinical psychologist, gerontologist and researcher will provide practical information and tips on how to age well, mentally, whether you're 30, 40, 50 or 90 years old.
Come and learn:
Portland Maine became a new Local Chapter at the end of 2017. This event is being offered free of charge.
Dr. Nasreen Khatri is a graduate of McGill University. She completed her clinical internship and CIHR-funded post-doctorate at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). From 2004 to 2012, she led the Mood and Related Disorders Clinic and founded the Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) service at Baycrest in Toronto.
In 2012, Dr. Khatri joined the Rotman Research Institute, a cognitive neuroscience institute affiliated with the University of Toronto. She is the first Scientist-in-Residence at The Challenge Factory, a career and talent management company. She also blogs for The Huffington Post.
She has completed over 300 presentations. Dr. Khatri and her work have been cited in the media, including CBC - The National, CTVNews, The Globe and Mail, The Vancouver Sun, Canadian Living, Chatelaine, The Wall Street Journal (US), The Daily Mail (UK) and 20 other media outlets.
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