|A leading expert in interpersonal neurobiology, he is known for the concepts of mindfulness and window of tolerance. He is the author of international bestsellers, including (with Daniel Goleman) Mindsight: The New Science of Personal Transformation on psychological change and personal growth, and The Leader’s Mind, on cerebral processes behind emotional intelligence and leadership.
He is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine and Founding Co-Director of the Mindful Awareness Research Center.
His research integrates scientific discoveries about the human brain with the age-old wisdom of mindfulness practices and studies the beneficial effects of the latter on psychological health, positive emotions, concentration, emotional regulation and empathy, including interpersonal communication, resilience and job performance.
Mental and emotional well-being and resilience. What interpersonal neurobiology tells us.
– Stress, mood, morale: how to allocate efforts when people do not ask for help
– Mindful Awareness and adaptive culture
– Emotional regulation strategies
– Therapeutic presence: being aware and receptive with one’s teams