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Laurel  Mellin
Laurel Mellin
Laurel Mellin, author of the New York Times bestseller The Pathway, is an associate clinical professor of family and community medicine and pediatrics at the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine. She directs the national research coordinating center for emotional brain training (EBT) in UCSF’s Center for Health and Community, and she has authored two best-selling books on EBT. Mellin has conducted research on the method; and has trained psychologists, physicians, and other health professionals to use the tools in their practices. She also directs the nonprofit organization The Institute for Health Solutions, which certifies health professionals in EBT.

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Where Stress Lives Over the last 20 years , research has shown that the source of most of our stress is the brain itself. Given the onslaught of stress in daily life,... Comments
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Wired for Joy!
Wired for Joy!

In Wired for Joy, researcher and New York Times-bestselling author Laurel Mellin presents a simple yet proven way to train your brain to move through stress and back to joy. Her method has been called

Wired for Joy!
Wired for Joy!

In Wired for Joy, researcher and New York Times–bestselling author Laurel Mellin presents a simple yet proven way to train your brain to move through stress and back to joy. Her method has been