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Ep.10 | Dr Dan Brown: the #1 mental health tip from a Harvard Psychologist

September 19, 2020 Mitch Wallis
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Ep.10 | Dr Dan Brown: the #1 mental health tip from a Harvard Psychologist
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Ep.10 | Dr Dan Brown: the #1 mental health tip from a Harvard Psychologist
Sep 19, 2020
Mitch Wallis

Today's guest is Dr Dan Brown. In this episode we cover:

  •  A world leading expert on attachment psychology gives us a masterclass in how relationships affect our brain
  • A Harvard psychologist perspective on why mental health is so bad in our modern world
  • We disclose the #1 thing that can affect your mental health
  • The 5 attributes of giving secure attachment to others those we care about
  • How to overcome conflict and ruptures in relationships through boundaries
  • How we can become more mature in our ow=n emotional regulation
  • An exploration of child development and the different relational maps as we grow up
  • Top psychological traits of high performers and how to cultivate peak states
  • Neuroscience insights into attention and how it relates to ADHD
  • How parents can “wander out loud” about their kids to help them learn about their mind
  • The subtle nuances of meditation to make sure it “works”

About Dr Dan Brown 
Dr. Brown is an Associate Clinical Professor in Psychology at Harvard Medical School. He has served on the Harvard Medical School faculty for 37 years. He is the senior author of a major textbook on the treatment of attachment disorders in adults, D Brown & D Elliott, Attachment Disturbances in Adults. He has served as an expert witness in the courts in over two hundred lawsuits relating to psychological damages from trauma and abuse; His work as an expert witness or consultant on trauma and memory has included testimony before of International War Crimes Tribunal. He has studied under leading eastern meditation teachers (even meditation originators i.e. people who developed the actual practice itself) and has spent 46 years translating meditation texts from Tibetan and Sanskrit into English. He has the only scientific study identifying the neurocircuitry of the meditative experience of awakened mind. Dr. Brown’s background in both Western psychology and Eastern meditation traditions offers a unique integration of the contemporary Western research on peak performance and positive psychology and the classical Buddhist meditation lineage traditions.

- Show Notes -
https://www.attachmentproject.com/

- Note: This episode was recorded in 2019 -

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Show Notes

Today's guest is Dr Dan Brown. In this episode we cover:

  •  A world leading expert on attachment psychology gives us a masterclass in how relationships affect our brain
  • A Harvard psychologist perspective on why mental health is so bad in our modern world
  • We disclose the #1 thing that can affect your mental health
  • The 5 attributes of giving secure attachment to others those we care about
  • How to overcome conflict and ruptures in relationships through boundaries
  • How we can become more mature in our ow=n emotional regulation
  • An exploration of child development and the different relational maps as we grow up
  • Top psychological traits of high performers and how to cultivate peak states
  • Neuroscience insights into attention and how it relates to ADHD
  • How parents can “wander out loud” about their kids to help them learn about their mind
  • The subtle nuances of meditation to make sure it “works”

About Dr Dan Brown 
Dr. Brown is an Associate Clinical Professor in Psychology at Harvard Medical School. He has served on the Harvard Medical School faculty for 37 years. He is the senior author of a major textbook on the treatment of attachment disorders in adults, D Brown & D Elliott, Attachment Disturbances in Adults. He has served as an expert witness in the courts in over two hundred lawsuits relating to psychological damages from trauma and abuse; His work as an expert witness or consultant on trauma and memory has included testimony before of International War Crimes Tribunal. He has studied under leading eastern meditation teachers (even meditation originators i.e. people who developed the actual practice itself) and has spent 46 years translating meditation texts from Tibetan and Sanskrit into English. He has the only scientific study identifying the neurocircuitry of the meditative experience of awakened mind. Dr. Brown’s background in both Western psychology and Eastern meditation traditions offers a unique integration of the contemporary Western research on peak performance and positive psychology and the classical Buddhist meditation lineage traditions.

- Show Notes -
https://www.attachmentproject.com/

- Note: This episode was recorded in 2019 -

- SUBSCRIBE, RATE & REVIEW THE SHOW  -
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/02aqR5aly0A7ZSiktQrA2X
Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/understood/id1522620849/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb35WjXg5PZG6ZfbNm1AaRA/

- Hotline phone number is -
+61419689311

- Website -
www.mitchwallis.com

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Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mitch.wallis/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mitchwallism...
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