This series of talks aim to distill down some of the latest evidence-based on stress management, positive psychology, mindfulness and neuroplasticity.
We will cover relaxation techniques, the neuroscience of stress, the neuroscience of connection, relationships, attachment theory, mindfulness, meditation and lots more.
Understand Your Brain
Improve Your Relaxation Response
Replace Negative Thinking
Dr Safia Debar is a private GP with an interest in Stress Management and Neuroplasticity. She is the only doctor in the UK who runs the Harvard Stress Management and Resiliency Training (SMART) course.
She set up RQ wellness as the traditional medical model of care wasn't enough and she wanted to adopt an integrative holistic approach to health.
By learning about your brain, how it works best and how to manage your mind you will be able to create an authentic way of living, thinking and being.
Top brain hacks to reset your stress cycle in 2022
Why haven’t my new years resolutions stuck? The neuroscience of habit formation
Stress management: how to use neuroscience to get what you want
Attachment theory: Know your template, create your life
Relationships: science or art?
Introduction to our main neurotransmitters and how to create our perfect cocktails for stress relief, happiness, and much more!
Meditation for the sceptic
What is true gratitude and how do I achieve this state?
The Gut brain axis: they are more than just friends
Why can’t I manage my weight? (Ps it’s got nothing to do with calories!)
Why can’t I switch off? The secret to a good night’s sleep.
The pursuit of happiness
Dr. Safia Debar is a London Based GP with a passion for neuroscience, neuroplasticity, and stress management.
Named by Tatler as one of the top 20 Doctors in Britain, she is currently the only doctor certified to run the Harvard Stress Management and Resiliency (SMART) course in the UK. She runs workshops on the neuroscience of stress and works with individuals, groups as well as the corporate sector.
Dr. Safia Debar graduated from St George’s University of London (distinction) but her first degree was in Neuroscience. She completed her General Practice vocational training in 2007 at Chelsea and Westminster and Charing Cross Hospitals. She has worked in pediatrics, general medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, and emergency medicine.
She subsequently spent a year in the academic department at St George’s hospital teaching and conducting research on cardiovascular risk and bioinformatics. She was awarded one of eight National Institute for Health Research fellowship in 2009 and has undertaken a Master’s in Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. She has published numerous research papers and presented at both national and international conferences.
Dr. Debar is now an established private GP with over 15 years of experience. She adopts a holistic, functional medicine approach and incorporates these facets into her practice.