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Dr. Richard Davidson is best known for his groundbreaking work studying emotion and the brain. A friend and confidante of the Dalai Lama, he is a highly sought after expert and speaker, leading conversations on well-being on international stages such as the World Economic Forum, where he serves on the Global Council on Mental Health.
Dr. Cortland Dahl, Research Scientist, Center for Healthy Minds & Chief Contemplative Officer, Healthy Minds Innovations, focuses on studying the psychological and neural mechanisms of different families of meditation practice. He is also the creator of the Healthy Minds Program, a well-being training program that integrates insights from scientific research with a comprehensive path of contemplative training.
Stephanie is a board-certified (NBC-HWC ) health and wellness coach with a passion for mindfulness and meditation with extensive years working in professional development. She is a trainer and program specialist at Healthy Minds Innovations, where she develops and trains content to help people cultivate habits to achieve greater well-being. She is especially skilled on topics related to workplace well-being.
Dr. Raquel Tatar is the Senior Director of Research and Measures at Healthy Minds Innovations, Inc. where she leads the study of well-being. Tatar’s passion for using applied science and meaningful work to help people flourish was the driving force for her to dedicate over a decade exploring the facets of coping with stress, including: proactive coping, misconceptions of coping and their correlates, collective traumas, and longitudinal stressors.
Other Experts We Work With
In addition to our featured speakers, Healthy Minds Innovations partners with the following distinguished experts to offer speaking engagements on specialized topics. Our speakers are skilled at virtual presentations and webinars for your conference, team or workplace.
Learn more about Shilagh Mirgain, Clinical Psychologist and Center for Healthy Minds Collaborator, and request a speaking engagement.
Learn more about Center for Healthy Minds faculty member Charles Raison and request a speaking engagement.