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Study: To The Human Brain, Me Is We


by David DiSalvo

The findings back up an assertion made by the progenitor and popularizer of Interpersonal Neurobiology, Dr. Daniel Siegel, who has convincingly argued that our minds are partly defined by their intersections with other minds.

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Announcing the Healthy Mind Platter

Psychology Today

by Dr. David Rock

Dr. Dan Siegel and Dr. David Rock got together and decided to create what they are calling the Healthy Mind Platter. This platter has seven essential mental activities necessary for optimum mental health in daily life. These seven daily activities make up the full set of ‘mental nutrients’ that your brain needs to function at its best. By engaging every day in each of these servings, you enable your brain to coordinate and balance its activities, which strengthens your brain’s internal connections and your connections with other people.

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Daniel Siegel Fills the House

Dalai Lama Center

Daniel J. Siegel

It was a packed house last night as Dr. Daniel Siegel visited Vancouver for Mindsight: Brain Science and Transformation for You and Your Relationships. Moderator Maria LeRose led an informal conversation with Dr. Siegel that touched on his beginnings in the medical field, his work with Mindsight and how we can use it in our everyday lives.

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The Case for Attachment Theory: The Verdict Is In

Psychotherapy Networker

by Alan Sroufe and Daniel Siegel

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.

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The Healing Power of Mindfulness

Shambhala Sun

by Daniel J. Siegel

Barry Boyce, for the Shambhala Sun : What are some of the benefits of mindfulness –both the practice and the state of mind– for our health and healing?

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Why Meditative Practice Creates Well-Being in Our Bodies and Minds

SuperConsciousness: The Voice for Human Potential

Interview with Daniel J. Siegel, M.D.

Daniel Siegel has accomplished a feat that no brain scientist has before or since: A working definition that answers the question “What is mind?” The importance of coming to some kind of clarity about what the mind is, even as a starting place from which to assess and advance research, can not be underestimated.

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