Richard Davidson, PhD
The Science of Resilience
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What You'll Learn
Learn the 4 components of well-being and human flourishing and how a mindfulness practice can nurture them in your life
Learn about the research that has been done around mindfulness and the brain, and explore specific skills you can develop to increase resilience, connection, and emotional regulation
Follow along in a practice to return to your motivation, engage in mindfulness and compassion, and dedicate the benefit for yourself and others
About Richard Davidson, PhD
Dr. Richard Davidson’s research is broadly focused on the neural bases of emotion and emotional style and methods to promote human flourishing including meditation and related contemplative practices. He has published over 400 articles, numerous chapters and reviews and edited 14 books. He is the author (with Sharon Begley) of The Emotional Life of Your Brain published in 2012 and co-author with Daniel Goleman of Altered Traits published in 2017. He was elected to the National Academy of Medicine in 2017 and appointed to the Governing Board of UNESCO’s Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (MGIEP) in 2018. To learn moer about Dr. Davidson and his work, visit the Center for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
About Mark Bertin, MD
Mark Bertin, MD is a developmental pediatrician and author of How Children Thrive, Mindful Parenting for ADHD and The Family ADHD Solution, which integrate mindfulness into the rest of evidence-based pediatric care. He is a contributing author for the book Teaching Mindfulness Skills to Kids and Teens. Dr. Bertin is on faculty at New York Medical College and the Windward Teacher Training Institute, and on the advisory boards for the non-profits Common Sense Media and Reach Out and Read. He is a regular contributor to Mindful Magazine, and his blog is available through Mindful.org and Psychology Today. For more information, please visit his website.