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Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf has spent the last 30 years researching the mind-brain connection, nature of mental health and formation of memory. She was one of the first in her field to study how the brain can change with directed mind input (neuroplasticity). Throughout her years of clinical practice, she has helped hundreds of thousands of people learn how to use their mind to detox and grow their brain to succeed in every area of their lives including school, university, and the workplace.

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Identifying & Deconstructing Toxic Patterns & Beliefs + How to Transcend Personal & Cultural Limitations (with Dr. Shefali Tsabary)

By Dr. Caroline Leaf on Jun 23, 2021

In this podcast (episode #293) and blog, I speak with clinical psychologist Dr. Shefali about her amazing new book, The Radical Awakening, and how women can turn pain into power, embrace their truth and live...

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Are You a Shock-Absorber? The Signs, How It Messes Up Your Mental Health & Solutions

By Dr. Caroline Leaf on Jun 20, 2021

In this podcast (episode #292) and blog, I talk about a post I recently put up from @psych_today about being a shock absorber in a relationship, which generated a lot of great comments and questions! In fact...

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The Power of Changing Your Mind and Admitting You Were Wrong + How Failure Opens Doors: A Conversation with Josh Harris

By Dr. Caroline Leaf on Jun 16, 2021

In this podcast (episode #291) and blog, I speak with Josh Harris, a former pastor and bestselling author who has dramatically shifted his views on purity culture. We discuss everything, from healthier ways ...

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Dr. Caroline Leaf’s mission, and the vision of her company, is to make mental healthcare, knowledge about the power of our minds, and tools to improve learning and memory more easily affordable, accessible, and applicable to everyone around the world regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, age, sexual orientation, or religion.