I will be giving an online presentation about ASMR to the Maryland Psychological Association on May 17, 2022 (12:00 pm – 1: 30 pm EDT).
More details and registration link are below.
Mental Health Benefits of ASMR: The Research and Application
Craig Richard, Ph.D.
1.5 CE Credits
Online via Zoom
Introductory- Psychologists who have little or no background in a specialized skill or content area, but do hold a doctorate degree
Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) is a deeply relaxing feeling also called “Brain Tingles” or “Brain Orgasms”. The soothing sensation is commonly stimulated by ASMR videos on YouTube, as well as, real-world moments of positive, personal attention. People across the globe report ASMR as being helpful for reducing stress and falling asleep, with potential benefits for clinical conditions like anxiety, insomnia, and depression. The presentation will cover the history, popularity, biological origins, research, application, and potential health benefits of ASMR.
After attending this workshop, attendees will be able to
- Understand the stimuli and sensations of ASMR
- Understand the application and health benefits of ASMR
Register here to attend this presentation: https://mpa.memberclicks.net/mental-health-benefits-of-asmr–the-research-and-application
Learn more about ASMR:
- Website: ASMR University
- Podcast: ASMR University Podcast
- Book: Brain Tingles
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