Brain Health Basics: Sleep and Relax for Brain Health (In person, Toronto)

Wed Nov 29 2023 at 06:00 pm to 07:15 pm

St. James Cathedral Centre Event Venue | Toronto

Ontario Brain Institute
Publisher/HostOntario Brain Institute
Brain Health Basics: Sleep and Relax for Brain Health (In person, Toronto)
A healthy sleep routine looks different for each person. Learn more about sleep and brain health from OBI and its partners.
About this Event
This is the registration page to attend this event live and in-person at the St. James Cathedral Centre Event Venue in Toronto, Ontario. If you would like to join the livestream online, please register your attendance here.


  • Dr. Stuart Fogel, Associate Professor in the School of Psychology at the University of Ottawa, researcher at The Royal’s Institute of Mental Health Research in Ottawa and director of the University of Ottawa Sleep Research Laboratory.
  • Connie Putterman, MHSc in Translational Research, Family Engagement in Research Coordinator at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), and advocate and advisor for the autism research and neuro-developmental community. Co-founder, co-developer, co-instructor of the Family Engagement in Research program through CanChild/ McMaster/ KBHN.
  • Dr. Alison Smith, an expert in neurophysiology and applications that can alter brain functioning, and co-founder of Roga, a mental healthcare platform and wearable device to manage stress and burnout.

Featuring a mindfulness meditation by:

Erika Caspersen, Certified Mindfulness Meditation Teacher, Mentor and Coach.

Erika enjoys helping others discover their own capacity for healing, insight and well-being. She is a Certified Unified Mindfulness Teacher/Trainer, Certified MindSize Coach and a Certified Mindfulness Meditation Teacher and Mentor in awareness and compassion based practices. She is completing her Master’s Degree in Consciousness, Spirituality and Transpersonal Psychology and is a Registered Psychotherapist (qualifying).


Dr. Krishana Sankar, a trained Scientist, Science Communicator and currently works as a Science Advisor for a globally recognized anti -misinformation initiative.


Event Venue & Nearby Stays

St. James Cathedral Centre Event Venue, 65 Church Street, Toronto, Canada


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