Reel Science: The Divided Brain
FEB 25, 2020 | 6:30PM (doors at 6:15PM) | All Ages | Free Parking
6:30PM | Intro and Movie: The Divided Brain (Duration 1hr 18mins | Rating: NR | Year: 2019)
8:00PM | Panel discussion with moderator: Debra Pearce-McCall, PhD, Psychologist, Founder of Prosilient Minds
- Bonnie Badenoch, PhD, LMFT, Co-Founder of Nurturing the Heart with the Brain in Mind
- George A. Keepers, MD, Carruthers Professor & Chair, Dept of Psychiatry at OHSU
- Shannon McClure, Art Integration Specialist, The Right Brain Initiative, RACC
ABOUT THE FILM
A film which explores a radical new idea - is there an imbalance between our brain hemispheres that is affecting how we live in our modern society?
THE DIVIDED BRAIN is the mind-altering documentary inspired by the book, “The Master and His Emissary” by Iain McGilchrist. It features Iain McGilchrist with dueling scientists that include Onur Gunturkun, Jill Bolte Taylor, Leroy Little Bear, Colwyn Trevarthen, and more plus the former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, actor John Cleese, and your brain.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Debra Pearce-McCall is a licensed clinician and an executive and leadership coach. Since 2005, Dr. Pearce-McCall has been an educator, innovator, and leader in the field of interpersonal neurobiology, focusing on translating science into meaningful and impactful applications for leaders, coaches, and clinicians. She serves on the board of directors and helped to grow the international organization for people from multiple disciplines who apply IPNB in their work, the Global Association for Interpersonal Neurobiology Studies (Iain McGilchrist is on the advisory board of GAINS), and she developed and teaches Ethics through an IPNB lens, currently offered through PCC. Dr. Pearce-McCall has published numerous articles and is working on a book about relational neuroscience and everyday leadership moments.
Bonnie Badenoch, PhD, LMFT is a therapist, mentor, and author who delights in integrating the discoveries of relational neuroscience into the art of therapy. For 28 years, her work has focused on supporting trauma survivors and those with significant attachment wounds reshape their neural landscape to support a life of meaning, resilience, and warm relationships. Her books include Being a Brain-Wise Therapist, The Brain-Savvy Therapist’s Workbook, The Interpersonal Neurobiology of Group Psychotherapy and Group Process (co-edited with Susan Gantt), and The Heart of Trauma (based on the work of Stephen Porges and Iain McGilchrist).
George A. Keepers, MD, was named Chair and to the Carruthers professorship in the Department of Psychiatry in the OHSU School of Medicine in 2004. Dr. Keepers, a 1977 graduate of Baylor College of Medicine, completed residency training at OHSU in 1981. Under his leadership the residency training program developed into a top tier training program. In 2001, Dr. Joseph Bloom, Dean emeritus, asked Dr. Keepers to serve as interim chair of the department. As interim chair, Dr. Keepers has emphasized growth in the research mission of the department and enhancement of its excellent educational programs. His current clinical and research interests are in the field of neuropsychiatry. He is particularly interested in Attention Deficit Disorder and is the director of the OHSU Adult Attention Deficit Disorder Clinic.
Shannon McClure has worked together with youth, families, artists, community leaders, educators and administrators to generate movements for positive change over the past 14 years in Portland. Ms. McClure is an Arts Integration Specialist with the Regional Arts and Culture Council, a K-12 teacher, and a former assistant principal. In 2018, she founded Our Turn, a community resource for Equity based experiential learning and coaching. Through adult and youth education, professional development for teachers, and equity policy, she seeks to promote better outcomes for historically marginalized populations. Ms. McClure has a background as a gallery curator and visual artist as well, most recently returning from an artist residency in Arusha, Tanzania this past December.
Watch and learn at The Empirical Theater as OMSI brings the science of your favorite movies and documentaries to life on the big screen. Perfect for science and film lovers alike, this monthly series combines the best of Science Pub with the fun of movie night, bringing in experts to amplify your movie-watching experience. All ages are welcome.
The Empirical Cafe will be open serving hotdogs, grilled cheese, movie snacks plus beer, wine and non-alcoholic beverages.
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