IAFNR is proud to launch the first on line TV channel for the Functional Neurology Profession. We host webinars occasional variety of Functional Neurology related subject matter in both clinical and research fields.
Interviews with top speakers (including those whom will be presenting at the IAFNR conferences) as well as lectures from conferences are available when you register for one of these great events.
IAFNR plans to launch a webinar events for continued education of its members! Stay tuned for more details to be announced.
Dr. Louis John Cozolino
Louis Cozolino holds a doctorate in clinical psychology as well as degrees in philosophy and theology. He has conducted empirical research in schizophrenia, child abuse and the long-term impact of stress. His areas of interest include neuroscience and neuropsychology, which is the integration of psychological observation on behavior and the mind with neurological observation on the brain and nervous system. In addition, he has conducted research on the biobehavioral sciences and psychotherapy.
Recently, Cozolino authored The Neuroscience of Human Relationships: Attachment and the Developing Social Brain. In the text he presents an atlas illustrating how the architecture and development of brain systems-from before birth through adulthood-determine how humans interact with others. Cozolino has authored two additional books,The Neuroscience of Psychotherapy: Building and Rebuilding the Human Brain and The Making of a Therapist: A Practical Guide for the Inner Journey, as well as numerous articles and chapters on psychological topics. In addition to his teaching and writing, Cozolino maintains a clinical and consulting practice in Los Angeles.
Dr. Brandon Brock
A functional neurologist and a family nurse practitioner, Brandon Brock is a staff clinician at the Cerebrum Health Center. Dr. Brock oversees patient treatments, constructs treatment plans, and helps develop treatment methods and progressive therapies for the neurological conditions and metabolic disorders of the patients the Center treats.
“As a chiropractor, I naturally gravitated toward learning about the central nervous system and the brain,” he said. “After learning about the nervous system, I learned more about what is that I did as a receptor-based therapist and somebody that practiced in the field of manual therapy and neurological rehabilitation.” Dr. Brock has since completed Fellowship training in vestibular rehabilitation, general neurology, electrodiagnostic medicine, as well as behavioral disorders for children.
For Dr. Brock, the opportunity to work with great providers, the challenge of difficult cases, and being able to utilize state-of-the-art technology are what drew him to Cerebrum Health Centers. “We basically get to do what we love and that is help patients. And we get to educate other practitioners who are learning more about functional neurology, metabolic disorders, research and improving people’s neurologic function. This is a perfect combination for somebody like me who loves to educate, be a clinician and be part of research,” he says.
Dr. Brock has a history of practice in internal medicine, family medicine, pediatrics and gynecology. His main specialization at Cerebrum Health Centers is neurological rehabilitation and management of peripheral neuropathic disease, as well as neuro-degenerative disorders and behavioral disorders. He enjoys research and focuses on researching, treating and understanding Traumatic Brain Injuries, Alzheimers, movement disorders, and pediatric behavioral disorders. His research focuses on the effects of nutrition, neurology and medication on the brain and central nervous system.