Behavioral Evidence for Cognitive Reserve
Marie Stoner, M.Ed. is a licensed Clinical Psychologist with an advanced degree in counseling psychology from Boston University and 38 years of practice focused on mind/body medicine with an emphasis on stress physiology and brain health. She is BCIA Board Certified in biofeedback and neurofeedback. Marie has published two scholarly papers and has four textbook chapters.
Overall Goals and Objectives:
Following this activity, a participant should be able to:
- Identify recent advances in integrative medical care and discuss their application to clinical practice.
- Describe the latest data on complementary and alternative medical therapies that could improve patient outcomes.
- Discuss core integrative medicine topics that patients frequently ask physicians about.
Recommended CitationStoner, M.Ed., Marie, "Behavioral Evidence for Cognitive Reserve" (2018). Integrative Medicine Lectures, Presentations & Grand Rounds. Presentation 104.