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Methodist Health System: The BrainHealth Project

A person engaged in The BrainHealth Project on a mobile device.

About the Project

Three decades of science have shown that you can train your brain to work better, faster and last longer. You are never too old or too young to start. Get on a personalized path and explore your brain’s upward potential by joining The BrainHealth® Project.
This innovative approach to brain training teaches you to focus on your own strengths and performance, empowering you to continue becoming the best version of yourself. It’s online, self-paced, interactive and entirely grounded in demonstrated science.
We are proud to partner with Methodist Health Systems to bring more brain health resources to their staff and patients.
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Questions about The Project? See our FAQs.

How The Project Works

Your Greatest Asset Is Your Brain

A brain that can think critically, that can function under stress, a brain that is resilient in the face of trauma, a brain that is creative, that is thoughtful, that is socially active … we all need and want that kind of brain.
Admiral (ret.) William McRaven, spokesperson
Brain health can be measured, using a metric to measure function of neural systems, as well as clarity, connectedness and emotional balance.

Reframe How You Define Brain Health

Brain health is about making the most of your capacity to thrive in life.
Science is revealing just how interconnected the components of brain health are.
The BrainHealth Index provides a snapshot of your brain's health and performance, allowing you to track change and improvement over time. It is one of the core elements of The BrainHealth Project.
If you would like to get a snap shot of your brain health's fitness level but are not ready to join the research study, consider the Concierge BrainHealth Index, conducted in person, one-on-one with a clinician at Center for BrainHealth.

Understanding the Participant Experience

The BrainHealth Project introduces a multidimensional understanding of brain health and explores our lifelong ability to impact the brain's fitness, no matter the starting point.
Help us advance the science of measuring and tracking brain fitness.
Listen to a recorded information session with Julie Fratantoni, PhD, CCC-SLP and coach Stacy Vernon, MS, LPC, for more on the participant experience.

What Participants Are Saying

Research Highlights