Yael Chatav Schonbrun, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist, an assistant professor at Brown University, co-host of Psychologists Off the Clock: A podcast about the science and practice of living well, and mother to three small comedians. At Brown University, Yael conducts research on extending evidence-based treatment to underprivileged populations and studies how relationship problems interact with mental health and addictions. She has authored chapters in several books on mental health conditions and treatment, and has written over thirty scientific articles. In her private practice, writing, and podcasting, Yael uses evidence-based treatment to address the challenges of balancing work, parenting, and marriage. She draws upon treatments that integrate ancient Eastern philosophy with scientifically backed practices. Yael’s writing on the science and art of working parenthood has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Kveller, Lilith Magazine, The Wise Brain Bulletin, elephant journal, Psychology Today, and Motherly. You can find more of Yael’s work on her writing and podcast websites, or join her on Twitter or Instagram.