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The neuroscience of habit with Dr Jeffrey Schwartz at Mind & Its Potential 2015
Are bad habits and unhealthy thinking taking control of your life? Learn why habits are so hard to break and how you can reframe your thinking and overcome your deceptive brain.
Mindful Breathing Exercises
A step-by-step, real-time breathing exercise to help you learn the ancient contemplative practice of mindfulness. Led by mindfulness expert, research psychiatrist Jeffrey Schwartz. This exercise is part of a 4-step process in which you can change your brain to encourage better, healthier habits and resist negative brain messages/cognitive distortions: (1) Relabel (2) Reframe, (3) Refocus, (4) Revalue. For more on the four steps, check out: http://youtu.be/kuABDAAns7w
The Neuroscience of Strategic Leadership
Neuroscientists are learning how executive decision-makers can use their minds to transform organizations. For further insights, see strategy-business.com
The Brain and the Mind
The Mindful Leader Symposium with Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz – http://serendis.com.au
The Affliction of Howard Hughes
Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz (consulting) – OCD – Aviator – Martin Scorsese – Leonardo DiCaprio
THE MINDFULNESS MOVIE
THE MiNDFULNESS MOVIE. The documentary collects an unprecedented group of 35 world-renowned experts in the fields of psychiatry, relationships, sports, psychology, quantum physics and neuroscience from around the globe, as well as major bestselling authors.
MIND AND ITS POTENTIAL CONFERENCE KEYNOTE
Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz presenting ‘You Are Not Your Brain’ keynote presentation at the Mind and its Potential Conference in Sydney, November 2011
‘YOU ARE NOT YOUR BRAIN’ WORKSHOP PROMO VIDEO
EYE ON ENTERTAINMENT INTERVIEW
ED BERNSTEIN SHOW INTERVIEW
EXCERPT FROM DR SCHWARTZ’S ADDRESS TO THE UNITED NATIONS SYMPOSIUM
AN INTRODUCTORY OVERVIEW OF THE 4-STEP TREATMENT METHOD
CBS LOS ANGELES INTERVIEW
Dr Schwartz is interviewed and answers questions about the science behind the allure of ‘bad boys’.