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New E-motion picture teaches us to embrace all of our emotions!
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I recently had the opportunity to see Disney Pixar’s latest animated feature, ‘Inside Out’. I didn’t need much prompting, given that it IS a movie about feelings, and well, as a psychologist, it was an easy sell! It did not disappoint.

While the film gave up some scientific integrity for the sake of storytelling, its poetic license didn’t drive too far away from the reality that we are, essentially, made up of personality traits that wax and wane in prominence during different points in our life and under different circumstances.

Beyond the intricate science of it all, what ‘Inside Out’ did do so well was to provide the empowering message about how to understand, connect to, and accept our feelings and memories in a way that is conducive to thriving…to kicking butt at life!

Read more in my "Inside Out Goes All Out" Blog Post 

The film inspired me to create an interactive movie viewing and discussion guide to provide a neuropsychological approach to what can truly be called an E-motion picture.

"Embracing the Ins and Outs of our Emotions" includes six thought-provoking questions to enrich the viewing experience and start a mindful dialogue with yourself, your friends, family, and loved ones of all ages about the science of embracing, and connecting with, your emotions and memories in your daily life.
 
 
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Mindful-U is my BrainCurve’s version of yoU-niversity in which yoU will obtain the skillset and mindset to foster a more mindful, that's right, YOU! Early admission will open soon: Stay tuned for updates!

Let’s embrace ALL of our emotions and BrainCurves! 

- Dr. Jen

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What You May Have Missed
 
I was invited to speak on the topic of “Trauma & PTSD” on MILITARY MOM TALK RADIO with Sandra Beck and Robin Boyd


I enjoyed an interview: “Brain Science & How To Manage Pain Through Mindfulness with Dr. Jennifer Wolkin” – on The OneMind Podcast on 
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I was quoted in the article “Why Women Are More Accepting of “Dad Bod” Than Men Are of “Mom Bod” – Psychologists weigh in on the double standard” in Women’s Health Magazine
                 

My article "PTSD and Chronic Pain" was published on PsychCentral
                         
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My review: “Cultivating multiple aspects of attention through mindfulness meditation accounts for psychological well-being through decreased rumination” was recently published by Dove Medical Press
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