Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado

The Mindful Brain – Virtual Statewide

Learn how mindfulness can help promote wellness in body and mind and help cope with the challenges of living with a brain injury or concussion.

with Dr. Jennifer Medina, Clinical Neuropsychologist, Rocky Mountain Neurobehavioral Associates

Mindfulness practices have been shown to change the brain, improve emotions, and help with clearer and calmer thinking. Mindfulness practices will include breath and body awareness, self-compassion, gratitude, and living in the present moment.  Attendees will leave with a deeper understanding of how to begin using mindfulness in their daily life for better neurological, emotional, and cognitive health.

*Content for in person and virtual option will be the same. This is to allow more survivors to participate who can not make it in person.

Who: Adults 18+ years old.

Where: Offered virtually with the ZOOM app.


 First Tuesday of the Month

*NO CLASS February 6th

10:00am – 11:00am

Jennifer Medina, Ph.D. received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology with a specialization in neuropsychology from Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine. She has a passion for using mindfulness in her personal life and professional practice and offers neuropsychological assessment and individual psychotherapy in her private practice located in the Denver metro area. Please visit: for more information.

If you have any issues with registration please contact Michael at or 303-562-0401