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The Body Keeps The Score

This book provides scientific advances to show how trauma reshapes both body and brain, compromising a person’s capacities for pleasure, engagement, self-control, and trust.

Including treatments: neurofeedback and meditation to sports, drama, and yoga—that offer new paths to recovery by activating the brain’s natural neuroplasticity.

My Grandmothers Hands

This book is a call to action for all of us to recognize that racism is not only about the head but about the body and introduces an alternative view of what we can do to grow beyond our entrenched racialized divide.​

It offers a step-by-step healing process based on the latest neuroscience and somatic healing methods.

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Talk Therapy Isn't Enough

This book provides insight thorough application of Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS), Relational Somatic Therapy and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR) and how these modalities along with yoga, meditation, and psychedelics, can help you to heal and restore your mind, body, and spirit.

Raising Your Spirited Child

Are you a parent struggling with your relationship with your child? This book helps outline more practical strategies to help you manage your own intensity (keep your cool); integrate effective discipline tips—including how to win cooperation and establish clear expectations and limits; learn new strategies for managing meltdowns—including how to prevent them in the future.

The Explosive Child

 Dr. Greene explains why traditional parenting and treatment often don’t work with some children and what to do instead. Instead of relying on rewarding and punishing, Dr. Greene helps you with "explosive" children to solve problems that precipitate episodes and teaches these kids the skills they lack.

In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts

Drug addicts are often dismissed and discounted as unworthy of empathy and respect. In telling their stories, this book intends to help their voices be heard and to shed light on the origins and nature of their ill-fated struggle to overcome suffering through substance use. Both in their flaws and their virtues, they share much in common with the society that ostracizes them.