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Daniel Siegel

The renowned psychiatrist and author of The Mindful Brain and Brainstorm explains how better understanding our inner lives can improve our mental health and transform our relationships with others. More about Daniel Siegel.

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The Triangle of Well-Being

October 2010 | TRT 14:36

Daniel Siegel discusses how the interplay between our minds, our brains, and our relationships contribute to well-being.

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