Super Brain Summit

The Super Brain Summit is an annual conference with live and asynchronous sessions that showcases internationally known experts to talk about the many, diverse wonders of the brain.

The 2022 event will focus on 21st century digital neuroscience tools to improve education and health. The featured speaker will be Dr. Bruce Wexler, an international expert on digital neurotherapeutics and a psychiatrist at Yale School of Medicine.

There will be four sessions available:

  1. Key Concepts in Contemporary Understanding of Brain Function: Neurosystems and Neuroplasticity
  2. The Impact of Poverty on Brain Development and Neuroscience-Based Tools to Close Achievement Gaps
  3. Digital Neurotherapy for ADHD: Non-pharmacologic Brain-Based Treatment
  4. Digital Neurotherapy to Treat Depression and Maintain Cognition: Non-pharmacologic Intervention to Brighten the Lives of Older Adults

You have three options to register for Super Brain. You may register for in person, live streaming or recorded sessions. If you choose the in person or live streaming event, you will not automatically receive the recorded sessions. You must register specifically for recorded sessions.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for LPC, LCPC, LSW, LMFT, LCP, RN, LPN, APN, PT, and PTA will be awarded for full participation in the program. Each session will earn .15 CEUs (1.5 contact hours).

For more information regarding registration contact Bonnie Davis in Continuing Education and Professional Development at or (309) 677-3900.

For more information regarding programming, contact Dr. Lori Russell-Chapin, Professor and Co-Director for the Center for Collaborative Brain Research or (309) 677-3186.

Watch for upcoming details for our 2023 Super Brain Summit.