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Wellness Resources


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Black Girl In Om® exists to hold and catalyze healing within black women around the world on their unique journeys towards wholeness. 

Oliver Burkeman wrote "Four Thousand Weeks," which describes how confronting our radical finitude – and how little control we really have – is the key to a fulfilling and meaningfully productive life.

Joseph is the coauthor of four immediate New York Times bestsellers with more than four million copies in print: Crucial Conversations, Influencer, Crucial Accountability, and Change Anything.

Jon Kabat-Zinn is a professor at University of Massachusetts and a meditation teacher. 

Kara Loewentheil is a feminist life coach who was originally trained as a lawyer at Harvard Law. She teaches people how to overcome insecurity, anxiety, imposter syndrome, people-pleasing, and their dependence on external validation

Eckhart’s teachings focus on the significance and power of being present, the awakened state of consciousness, which transcends ego and discursive thinking.

Tara Brach’s teachings blend Western psychology and Eastern spiritual practices, mindful attention to our inner life, and a full, compassionate engagement with our world. The result is a distinctive voice in Western Buddhism, one that offers a wise and caring approach to freeing ourselves and society from suffering.

Brooke Castillo is the founder of the Life Coach School. She teaches the thought model to create any result that you want.

Attitudinal Healing is based on the principle that it is not other people that cause us to be upset. Healing results when we change our own attitudes. 

Byron Katie describes a method of inquiry that allows you to access the wisdom that always exists within you. In her method, there are four questions to ask in any situation.

Dr. Jon Sarno is a controversial figure who describes the psychological origins of back pain. His methods can be used to combat stress even in the absence of physical pain.

Dr.  Ubell teaches basic methods of self-care for weight loss. Her teachings are still helpful for wellness even for the person at ideal weight.

Brené Brown is a psychologist known for her research on shame, vulnerability, and leadership. 

During residency is when some people turn to food for emotional eating before even realizing it. Dr. Fung gives advice on diet, which may not be accepted yet in the medical community.

Betsy Jensen is a physical therapist who is also a life coach for chronic pain. Have you ever had neck pain after a long night on call? There is a mind-body connection that can utilized to ease that pain. 

Dr. Lerner is one of the most respected voices in the psychology of women, and the “how-tos” of navigating the swamps and quicksands of difficult relationships. She has written the New York Times bestseller "Dance of Anger" among other books. 

Sunny Smith is the founder of the group "Enpowering Female Physicians." She is a family practitioner and life coach. She teaches you how to create the life that you want.

Dr. Van Der. Kolk describes the relationship between the body and traumatic experiences. Residency can be a traumatic experience and some of his teachings may be helpful.

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