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Interpersonal Neurobiology: Practices that Cultivate Connection and Well-Being

Interpersonal neurobiology integrates a wide array of sciences into one perspective on well-being, offering practical suggestions on how to use the focus of attention to strengthen connections in the brain and in our relationships. By seeing relationships and the brain as the two fundamental sources of our mental life, we gain new insights into how to create a healthy mind—one that is resilient, insightful, compassionate, and filled with vitality.

In this program, we begin with the scientific basics of how the mind, the brain, and relationships interact. Then we move on to practical suggestions to create a scientifically sound daily mental activity guide—The Healthy Mind Platter—that promotes well-being across these three aspects of our lives.

Recommended reading Daniel J. Siegel, Brainstorm: The Power and Purpose of the Teenage Brain (Tarcher); Mindsight (Random House); Daniel J. Siegel and Tina Bryson, The Whole-Brain Child (Random House); Daniel J. Siegel and Mary Hartzell, Parenting From the Inside Out (Penguin); Daniel J. Siegel, Pocket Guide to Interpersonal Neurobiology (Norton); The Developing Mind, 2nd Edition (Guilford Press); Neurobiology of We CD.

Special evening event Brainstorm: Cultivating Your Inner Adolescence.

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