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I specialize in neurodevelopment and neurodegenerative disorders and translate the promise of neuroscience and positive psychology for individuals to live the best quality of life.  I am dedicated to enhancing lives through a holistic approach that integrates developing positive thought processes, cultivation of self-compassion, and awareness of bodily sensations with our environment.


My aim is to translate the latest scientific research into practical, useful information.

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“If you are always trying to be normal you may never know how amazing you can be.”

— Maya Angelou

There is a great body of evidence in neuroscience indicating that our individuality origina...

February 15, 2019

William Shakespeare wrote, “Present fears are less than horrible imaginings.”  It is important to remember, when one’s mind tends to drift, imagining can be positive, negative, or neutral.  It is the state of our reactions to our emotions and bodily sensations, whether...

The absolute awesomeness of twenty-four seven connectedness is exactly what distorts our reality of space and time causing us to be more scattered, stressed, unfocused, overwhelmed, and even less productive.  I am as guilty as this as anyone else, where I send an excit...

The 21st century lifestyle leaves us with little room for unwinding and taking time for ourselves.  Whether it be rushing after work to pick up the kids, trying get a healthy dinner on the table, being stuck in a late night meeting, attending a mid-week soccer game, or...

Neurodiversity is the new norm.  Much of our lives we have been taught that the brain and human personality has a “Goldilocks” setting and as humans we need to fit in a box to be normal.  For many, this box can be suffocating, almost as if it were a coffin and we emerg...

This mindful breath is adapted from Insight LA. Mindful breath can be done with the eyes opened or closed, standing, sitting, lying down, walking, or even at your desk in the middle of the day.   The mindful breath is divided into three parts.  First, shift your awaren...

For as long as I can remember I've been a shallow breather.  Taking half breaths, where the oxygen barely reaches my chest, not passing my sternum, my breath is pushed out of my body with a lack of awareness.  My body was starving. I neglected to oxygenate my muscles,...

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