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Published in : 2014-04-15 | by The Table | Biola CCT
1. Relabel 2. Reframe 3. Refocus 4. Revalue Research Psychiatrist Jeffrey Schwartz (UCLA) explains his 4-step mindfulness method, outlined in his book, You ...
Published in : 2018-05-10 | by The Veritas Forum
A DISCUSSION OF MINDFULNESS, BUDDHISM, AND CHRISTIANITY *** Jeffrey Schwartz RESEARCH PSYCHIATRIST UCLA David Carreon RESIDENT ...
Published in : 2016-02-29 | by Happy & Well
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 ...
Published in : 2018-09-23 | by Candie Richens
Jeffrey M. Schwartz Brain Lock.
Published in : 2019-01-30 | by Larry King
Leading neuroplasticity expert Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz answers your questions, including what age should we start trying to change habits, why do some people ...
Published in : 2014-06-11 | by The Table | Biola CCT
When Jeffrey Schwartz discovered self-directed neuroplasticity, he found it in the context of treating obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) patients.
Published in : 2014-06-25 | by The Table | Biola CCT
Jeffrey Schwartz (Research Psychiatrist at UCLA) explains the basics of mindfulness in the context of Christian spiritual formation and psychological science.
Published in : 2014-06-11 | by The Table | Biola CCT
A step-by-step, real-time breathing exercise to help you learn the ancient contemplative practice of mindfulness. Led by mindfulness expert, research psychiatrist ...
Published in : 2019-01-30 | by Larry King
Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz, leading psychiatrist at UCLA, explains that the mind is the thought center of the brain, while the brain is basically just a collection of cells.
Published in : 2014-06-11 | by The Table | Biola CCT
We all know what it feels like to let our emotions get away from us. But techniques to "label" emotions, based on a present mindful awareness of our feelings, can ...