Mesa Public Library Hosts ‘How Does My Brain Work’ Author Lecture December 9 via Zoom – Los Alamos Reporter



Mesa Public Library to Host Author Conference with Neuropsychologist Dr Barbara Koltuska-Haskin Based on Her Award-Winning Book How My Brain Works: A Guide to Understanding It Better and Keeping It Healthy. Topics for the book range from the importance of neurophysiological assessment to practicing behaviors that support brain health, such as mental elevation and adequate sleep. The presentation will be broadcast live via Zoom on Thursday, December 9, 2021 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and will include a 40-minute lecture followed by a 20-minute question-and-answer session.

How does my brain work has received substantial recognition and several literary awards since the time of its publication in 2020, including one Book of the year of the Independent Authors Network, a silver medal in the Readers’ favorite category of the International Book Awards, and a Distinguished Favorite awards at the New York City Big Book Awards, and more. Editor’s Weekly called the book “An engaging and digestible account of how the human brain works and ways to improve mental and physical health.”

Dr. Koltuska-Haskin is a clinical neuropsychologist in private practice in Albuquerque, New Mexico, with over 30 years of experience in her field. In addition to her doctorate in neuropsychology, she has a background in research and university teaching and has extensive university training in psychopharmacology. She was born and raised in Warsaw, Poland, and received an international scholarship in 1989 from the American Association of University Women. She participated in the UCLA Postdoctoral Fellowship Program in Neuropsychology.

This event is offered free to the public and will be broadcast live via Zoom. Registration is compulsory. To get your meeting link and access the schedule, please register through the events calendar at or call (505) 662-8257.


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