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Maintaining Brain Health During The COVID-19 Pandemic Webinar

  • 12 Jun 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (PDT)
  • Zoom Webinar


ARPF Summer 2020 Educational Webinar: 

Maintaining Brain Health During The COVID-19 Pandemic 

 Friday, June 12th

  12 pm PT / 3 pm ET for 60 minutes

Speaker: Dr. Chris Walling, PsyD, MBA, C-IAYT

Please join clinical psychologist and ARPF Vice President of Education and Outreach Dr. Chris Walling as we explore active coping strategies to maintain your brain health during the pandemic. 

Dr. Walling is the President of the United States Association for Body Psychotherapy and a Certified Yoga Therapist with the International Association of Yoga Therapy. He will explore cognitive exercises that are evidence based and clinically informed, along with over twenty active coping strategies for ways to maintain your resilience while we fight this virus!

This webinar is a fundraiser for the ARPF Education mission as we try to maintain our education and outreach programs amidst tremendous economic uncertainty. 

We want to make our programs affordable for everyone during these times, so we decreased the admission fee to only $10. However, if you are able to donate more, please consider showing your support. Your additional donation to this webinar is so very much appreciated to help us continue our mission to prevent the causes of Alzheimer’s disease.


Dr. Chris Walling, PsyD, MBA, C-IAYT is a researcher, a licensed clinical psychologist, and an active leader in the biobehavioral sciences. His work integrates the developmental, neurobiological, and somatic aspects of the lifespan. His work in academic medicine has included the administration of multidisciplinary leadership teams in hematology-oncology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, and geriatric psychiatry at some of the top academic medical centers in the United States.  

Dr. Walling is the President of the United States Association for Body Psychotherapy, the hub of somatic psychology, and Associate-Deputy Editor for the International Body Psychotherapy Journal. His clinical focus in the behavioral sciences has examined the intersections of neuro-psychotherapy, affect regulation, and body psychology. Dr. Walling is a Clinical Associate at the New Center for Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, California. He has also been a sustaining member of Dr. Allan Schore’s Developmental Neuroscience Study Group in Los Angeles at Dr. Schore’s home since 2015. Dr. Walling is a Clinical Research Fellow at the Traumatic Stress Research Consortium at the Kinsey Institute located at Indiana University.

Date: Friday, 12 June 2020

Time: 12 pm PT/ 3 pm ET for 60 minutes

Webinar Host: Kirti Khalsa, ARPF CEO

Link for Zoom video access will be sent out in the confirmation email after registration is completed.

This Webinar will be recorded and made available for viewing later.   You do not need to request the recording, we will send it out automatically to all those registered. 

We look forward to seeing you there.

If you have any questions, please email us at

Alzheimer's Research & Prevention Foundation
Phone (888) 908-5766
Fax (520) 838-9855

PO Box 30783 
Tucson, AZ 85751-0783

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