Building Intimacy in Relationships with EBT
July 15, 2020
Hosted by Dr. Laurel Mellin
Work gives us satisfaction but it is love that brings happiness. The brain is the chief organ of intimacy, and you can use EBT to find that sweet spot in the brain so that giving and receiving love comes more naturally - yet keeps us setting limits to avoid neglecting or abusing ourselves. Use EBT to build intimacy in relationships with special guest, EBT leader, Bill Mory, Ed.S, LFMT with call-ins and our weekly emotional brain trip. Use your brain power to give and receive love in your liife.
Wednesday at 12 Noon Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel
Unlock the power of your emotional brain! It's our emotions that drive our stress, joy, passions, creativity, health, and sense of purpose. Technology, scarcity, and diseases have ramped up our stress and caused us to suppress our emotions. Dr. Laurel says, "Stop suppressing and start expressing!" With her easy-to-learn, safe, structured method, emotional brain training (EBT), she shows us how to ask one simple question, "What's my number?" and within minutes feel transformed, with a new sense of joy and freedom. The method is scientific, proven, and rapidly changing healthcare. Amaze yourself by using these tools, then share them with everyone you know as stress overload is the #1 epidemic worldwide. We all need to reboot our brains to become resiliency superstars. Tune in for the “What’s my number?” solution of Brain Power with Dr. Laurel every Wednesday at 12 PM Pacific Time with guests, weekly topics, and call-ins of real people finding real solutions and transforming their lives.
Dr. Laurel Mellin
Dr. Laurel Mellin is a Health Psychologist, Associate Professor Emeritus in the School of Medicine, University of California San Francisco. She is a New York Times best-selling author who discovered and developed emotional brain training, EBT, the neuroscience-based method that empowers people to rewire their own emotional brain, the controller of health, happiness, and purpose.
Dr. Mellin’s work has ignited a brain-based health movement to eradicate stress overload by training individuals how to express emotions, thereby rapidly releasing stress and training health professionals and educators to be "EBT certified" and able to integrate EBT into their clinical practices and preventive programs. Her latest books are “What’s my number?” (an introduction to the method), The Stress Eating Solution (rewiring overeating, overweight, diabetes prevention), and The Stress Overload Solution (rewiring anxiety, depression, relationships, productivity, and addictions).
Dr. Mellin is the founder of EBT, Inc., which offers a technology platform with memberships that include a mobile app, e-learning for online support, telephone-based small group programs and private coaching. Dr. Mellin teaches EBT to medical students at UCSF and has collaborated with researchers at UCSF, Weill-Cornell College of Medicine, the University of Kentucky and the University of Illinois. She is a visionary in helping people create joy in their lives.