Featuring Interview Guest, Brain and Memory Expert, Memory Therapist, Creator of Brain Sprouts Memory System, and Author of “Love Remembers,” and, “A Sister’s Love – How Family Bonds Can Save a Life,” Vicki Mizel; and Performance Guest, Mark Laisure, Reading, “Egyptian Affirmations,” with the Music of Torkom Ji, on The LIFE CHANGES Show Episode 742
Interview Guest: VICKI MIZEL; and Performance Guest: MARK LAISURE
Vicki Mizel, a Master in Psychology, was trained as an educator and public speaker.
She began teaching the Brain Sprout’s Memory Method in 1980 to school children in public high schools. Within a short time she trained executives in Fortune 500 corporations such as IBM, Rolm, Prudential, Hewlett Packard; taught through community college, both seniors and Alzheimer’s patients; and gave public seminars nationally and internationally. She also produced a highly successful audio-tape/CD program on memory training.
After 20 years of teaching and training, Mizel returned to graduate school to receive her Master’s degree in psychology. She now off ers her programs to therapists, heath care practitioners, medical facilities, spouses and caregivers of Alzheimer’s patients and their loved ones.
Vicki Mizel was born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She was trained as an educator, psychologist, actor and public speaker. Her undergraduate degree was from the University of Oregon in Eugene, and her master’s in psychology was completed in 2000, at Antioch University in Marina Del Rey, CA.
She has been teaching her Brain Sprouts Memory System since 1983. The memory method is known, with time and practice, to increase neuro connectivity and neural regeneration in the brain and enhances brain activity and healing.
Throughout her career, she has worked with school children, university students, CEOs of companies, and actors, as well as brain injured, dementia, and Alzheimer’s patients. She has been an educator, artist, actress, speaker, and now a writer, over the span of forty years. Her natural love of learning and helping others improve their lives is inspiring, and she has a passion for improving the lives of people of all ages and cultures.
Vicki treasures and values friendships, and still has friends from her childhood. She has always enjoyed yoga, travel and hiking, and her black cat named Charlie. She practices a balance of Eastern and Western healing modalities, and is an avid mediator.
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Find Her Books Here:
“A Sister’s Love” https://a.co/d/aPhnNWi
“Love Remembers” https://a.co/d/2hrv8EN