Category: Mental Health

The Verdict Is In — The case for attachment theory

While many schools of psychotherapy have held that our early experiences with our caretakers have a powerful impact on our adult functioning, there have been plenty of hard-nosed academics and researchers who’ve remained unconvinced. Back in 1968, psychologist Walter Mischel

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insights

Some insight to share with you on my newest course!

“Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow.” —Anthony J. D’Angelo Just in time for summer, it’s with great excitement that I present to you my new course: The Mindsight Approach to Well-Being: A Comprehensive

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go behind the scenes of my new book - mind!

Go Behind the Scenes of My New Book – MIND!

I’m very excited to share with you some great behind-the-scenes videos put together by our team to give you a deeper look at my new book, MIND: A Journey to the Heart of Being Human. In the seven short videos below,

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Online Companion Course for Brainstorm

It’s here: An Online Companion Course for Brainstorm

Online Companion Course for Brainstorm We asked, and you answered — our first “companion course” is for Dan’s New York Times best-seller Brainstorm! This course is titled Brainstorm Intensive: A Practical Understanding for Keeping the Adolescent Brain in Mind. It is now available for pre-registration and

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Soul and Synapse

Soul & Synapse

Imagine immersing yourself in a systematic exploration of the nature of mind that gives you a new way to experience life. And then consider that you can “integrate consciousness” at the same time as you are diving deeply into a

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Brain Insights and Well-Being

Brain Insights and Well-Being

This is the third installment in our brain basics blog. Let’s dive a bit more into structure today and get used to some fundamental parts, their names, and their functions. Remember, knowing the parts will enable you to link them together

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Brain Insights and Well-Being

Brain Insights and Well-Being

This is the second of a series on Interpersonal Neurobiology: Relationships, Health, and the Brain. Using knowledge to link differentiated functions can change life for the better. Meet the Characters of the Play If integration creates well-being and happiness, how

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Brain Insights and Well-Being

Brain Insights and Well-Being

This is the first of a series on Interpersonal Neurobiology: Relationships, Health, and the Brain. How does knowing about the brain’s parts make mental health and happiness more likely to occur? On the one hand, we know that part of

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