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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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Why Having Too Many Choices May Be Messing Up Your Mental Health + How to Become a Better Decision Maker and Overcome Buyer's Remorse (with professor Barry Schwartz)

By Dr. Caroline Leaf on Aug 17, 2022

I think we can all agree that freedom of choice is a good thing, but what happens when there are too many choices? In this podcast (episode #409) and blog, I speak with author and professor Barry Schwartz ab...

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How to Become a Responder Not a Reactor + How Arguments Affect Your DNA & How to Use Mind Management to Resolve an Argument

By Dr. Caroline Leaf on Aug 14, 2022

Think of the last time you had an argument and how it made you feel, both physically and mentally. Pretty bad, right? Well, it is not all just in your head! Unresolved arguments can be harmful to your health...

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6 Strategies to Deescalate Intense Emotions In the Moment

By Dr. Caroline Leaf on Aug 10, 2022

Stress is a normal part of life. We cannot escape it, but we can learn to manage and live with it. In this podcast (episode #407) and blog, I give you 6 tips to help deescalate turbulent emotional situations...

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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.