Bryan Robinson, Ph.D.

Psychotherapist in Private Practice and Author of 40 books.

http://www.bryanrobinsonbooks.com

Bryan Robinson, Ph.D. is a professor emeritus at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, psychotherapist in private practice, and award-winning author of two novels and 40 nonfiction books that have been translated into 15 languages. His latest book is THE LIZARD BRAIN SURVIVAL GUIDE: HOW TO KEEP YOUR COOL WHEN THINGS DON’T GO YOUR WAY. Previous books include #CHILL: TURN OFF YOUR JOB AND TURN ON YOUR LIFE (William Morrow), DAILY WRITING RESILIENCE: 365 MEDITATIONS & INSPIRATIONS FOR WRITERS (Llewellyn Worldwide)and CHAINED TO THE DESK: A GUIDEBOOK FOR WORKAHOLICS, THEIR PARTNERS AND CHILDREN, AND THE CLINICIANS WHO TREAT THEM (New York University Press)He is a regular contributor to Forbes.com, Psychology Today, and Thrive Global. He has appeared on 20/20, Good Morning America, The CBS Early Show, ABC's World News Tonight, NPR’s Marketplace, NBC Nightly News and he hosted the PBS documentary "Overdoing It: How To Slow Down And Take Care Of Yourself." www.bryanrobinsonbooks.com.

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Two-time Dancing With The Stars Champion Offers mind/body advice to help people through the pandemic. Photo compliments of Light + Fit
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‘Dancing With The Stars’ Champ Julianne Hough Finds Opportunity In The Pandemic

by Bryan Robinson, Ph.D.
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How to Switch From a Fixed Mindset to a Growth Mindset

by Bryan Robinson, Ph.D.
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How To Calm Quarantine Worries Right From Your Couch

by Bryan Robinson, Ph.D.
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How Negative Self-Talk Holds Us Back From Succeeding

by Bryan Robinson, Ph.D.
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The Miracle Cure To Calm Quarantine Worries And Frustrations While Remote Working

by Bryan Robinson, Ph.D.
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6 Hidden Signs of a Toxic Workplace Culture

by Bryan Robinson, Ph.D.
Short meditations each day can take away the uncertainty worries of the pandemic. Photo by Madison Lavern on Unsplash
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A Pandemic Proverb A Day Keeps Fear And Uncertainty Away

by Bryan Robinson, Ph.D.
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National Spotlight On First Responders

by Bryan Robinson, Ph.D.
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5 Toxic Thought Patterns That Damage Your DNA

by Bryan Robinson, Ph.D.
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Try This Tip to Regain Focus When Your Mind Starts to Wander

by Bryan Robinson, Ph.D.
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Simple Ways to Start Working Sustainably Without Risking Burnout

by Bryan Robinson, Ph.D.
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10 Ways To Maximize Productivity When Remote Working

by Bryan Robinson, Ph.D.
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How To Curb ‘The Afternoon Crash’

by Bryan Robinson, Ph.D.
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12 Common Thinking Patterns That are Keeping You Stuck

by Bryan Robinson, Ph.D.
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How To Harness Stress And Use It To Perform Your Best

by Bryan Robinson, Ph.D.
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Try This Simple Mindfulness Exercise to Help Relieve Stress and Anxiety

by Bryan Robinson, Ph.D.
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When Your Attempts At Managing Stress Fail

by Bryan Robinson, Ph.D.
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10 Hidden Signs You’re Headed Toward Burnout and Exhaustion

by Bryan Robinson, Ph.D.
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Keeping A Positive Attitude While Sheltering In Place

by Bryan Robinson, Ph.D.
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Tips To Be Productive When Working From Home

by Bryan Robinson, Ph.D.
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The Difference Between Being a Hard Worker and Being Chained to Your Desk

by Bryan Robinson, Ph.D.
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After Experiencing Burnout, Here’s How I Learned to Change My Relationship With Work

by Bryan Robinson, Ph.D.
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5-Minute Simple Microchillers For Quarantenees

by Bryan Robinson, Ph.D.
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Why You Need to Know About the Japanese Term Called “Karoshi”

by Bryan Robinson, Ph.D.

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