With the publication of her New York Times bestseller Minding the Body, Mending the Mind in 1987 (updated with a forward by Dr. Andrew Weil in 2007), Joan Borysenko established herself as a pioneer in the field of integrative medicine. Trained as both a medical research scientist and health psychologist, she received her doctorate from the Harvard Medical School, where she also completed three post-doctoral fellowships. She was the co-founder (with Herbert Benson, M.D) and former director of several celebrated clinical programs for people with stress–related disorders, chronic illness, cancer, and AIDS. After leaving Harvard and the mind/body clinics, Joan founded Mind/Body Health Sciences, LLC in Boulder, CO, and became an international speaker and educator. Dr. Joan is the author of 14 books, a briskly selling series of stress reduction and meditation CD’s, and two videos including her PBS television special Inner Peace for Busy People. She is also a journalist. Joan’s monthly column in Prevention magazine ran for three years, and she currently blogs for the Huffington Post and...
Minding the Body, Mending the Mind
Saying Yes to Change
Your Soul’s Compass: Tapping into Higher Creativity
Spirituality and Healing
Dr. Borysenko absolutely engaged the audience with her dynamic, thought-provoking concepts wrapped in her wonderful personal anecdotage.
Jane Callahan, The Indianapolis Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation
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