Jenara Nerenberg’s training is from the Harvard School of Public Health, UC Berkeley, and Sound Planetarium in Kathmandu. She is a bay area native recently back from 6 years in Nepal. Jenara works primarily as a writer covering neuroscience, psychology, global cultural shifts, awe, connection and community for outlets such as the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley, Susan Cain’s Quiet Revolution, Fast Company Magazine, and New York Magazine’s Science of Us. She is a frequent speaker and group facilitator on the topic of neurodiversity — recognizing the array of brain makeups in the human species as natural and beautiful — especially for adults living with highly sensitive personality (HSP), depression, stress and anxiety, synesthesia, ADHD and Asperger’s.
Jenara’s practice, called Ekantaka, merges ancient wisdom with scientific research to help reach people at an emotional, intellectual, and spiritual level. She does sound healing treatments, wellbeing advising (a spiritual take on talk therapy), and Thai massage, often combining all three in her sessions for a holistic experience. Additionally, Jenara facilitates groups for women and men looking to connect more deeply and authentically. And her monthly Neurodivergent Convergence gatherings are lively, heart-affirming, fun-filled evenings for the greater community of artists, healers, writers, and their friends to come together and celebrate neurodivergence with food, music, and deep conversation.
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