Brown Bag Lecture - Sleep in the 21st Century

Wednesday, December 7, 2016 - 13:00

Sleep in the 21st Century: What do your sleep patterns reveal about you and how do they impact your mental and physical health?

In our culture, getting enough sleep has become a luxury, but are we robbing ourselves of more than just hours of rest? Join Dr. Asya Grigorieva in a conversation about latest research on sleep and techniques for improving it. The talk will also touch on dream content and its relationship to the waking life. 

Asya Grigorieva, Ph.D., is a psychotherapist, assessor, consultant, and researcher with over 9 years of providing integrative mental health services to Bay Area’s diverse pre-adolescents, adolescents, adults, elderly, and couples/relationships. Dr. Grigorieva specialized in providing culturally-sensitive care related to traumas, relocation/immigration, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, and women’s and relationship/couple issues. She also focuses on increasing a sense of positivity and enjoyment in people’s lives and on helping them to identify their strengths.

Bring your own lunch. No RSVP required. Free. If you are not an OLLI member, we welcome you to join us and check out our program.

Location: 
SF State's Downtown Campus, 835 Market St., Room 677
Directions: 
ENTER FROM THE SIDEWALK INTO 835 MARKET UNDER THE PURPLE SF STATE BANNER.
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