Dr. Dan Siegel: What Hearing “Yes” Does to Your Child’s Brain

April 12, 2018

It's not about permissive parenting, says Dr. Dan Siegel in his new book "Yes Brain" with co-author Tina Payne Bryson. It's about using "yes" to find ways to relate, which encourages kids to explore and be resilient, instead of starting at "no," which shu

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This is what happens to your brain and body when you check your phone before bed

February 17, 2015

Staring at screens right before sleep turns out to be a lot worse than previously thought. Dr. Dan Siegel, clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine, lays out all of the negative effects bedtime screen viewing can have on the brain and body.

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ABC 7 Eyewitness News

Healthy Living: Timeouts Aren't Effective

Denise Dador

October 01, 2014

A local psychiatrist says disciplining your children using timeouts is not the way to go. Dr. Dan Siegel explains "No-Drama Discipline" in his new book.

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Exploring Relationships and Reflection in the Cultivation of Well-Being

May 02, 2012

This talk examines how relationships and reflection support the development of resilience in children and serve as the basic '3 R's" of a new internal education of the mind.

Dalai Lama Center

6 Steps to Build Kindness and Resilience in Children

with Daniel J. Siegel, M.D.

March 01, 2012

Dr. Dan Siegel offers some revolutionary strategies when it comes to developing the child's mind.

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Studio 4

Dr. Daniel Siegel on Studio 4 with Fanny Kiefer

Interview with Daniel J. Siegel, M.D.

November 16, 2011

Dr. Dan Siegel speaks with Studio 4 host Fanny Kiefer about Parenting for the 21st Century. Dr. Siegel provides strategies that promote the growth of neural circuits in children's brains to support well-being, kindness and resilience. The information is designed for parents, grandparents and other adults who work with children and families.

Garrison Institute's 2011 Climate, Mind and Behavior Symposium

The Neurological Basis of Behavior, the Mind, the Brain, and Human Relationships

March 02, 2011

Dr. Dan Siegel discusses the neurological basis of behavior, the mind, the brain and human relationships and puts forth a method of expanding the sense of identity so as to include other people, species and the planet. He explains how the notion of "health" can be a means of linking individual, community and planetary well-being.

Dr. Dan Siegel and the Blue Man Group

December 14, 2009

Author Dr. Dan Siegel and the Blue Man Group illustrate the concept behind his new book "Mindsight".


The Power of Mindsight

December 02, 2009

Dr. Daniel Siegel explores the neural mechanisms beneath social and emotional intelligence and how these can be cultivated through reflective practices that focus on the inner nature of the mind.

Google Personal Growth Series

Mindsight: The New Science of Personal Transformation

presented by Dr. Dan Siegel

April 22, 2009

As part of the Google Personal Growth Series, Google University recently invited Dan Siegel to address two crucial questions: What is the mind? and How can we create a healthy mind? In his talk, Dr. Siegel examines and explores ways to create a healthy mind, an integrated brain, and mindful, empathic relationships.

The Hawn Foundation

Mindfulness Explored and Explained

with Dr. Dan Siegel

January 01, 2009

"Founded in 2003 by award winning actress, director and producer Goldie Hawn, The Hawn Foundation is dedicated to supporting children by advancing mindfulness training in educational and community-based settings." In this interview, Dan Siegel describes the fundamentals behind mirror neurons, mindfulness and how we can begin to shape behavior through mindful practice.

Connect with Kids

The Teenage Brain

featuring Dan Siegel

January 31, 2009

Founded in 1998, CWK Network, Inc. produces the Emmy® award-winning Connect with Kids television series – 10 programs each year, targeted to parents about the issues kids face every day. In this segment, Dr. Dan Siegel describes how relationships impact brain development and how understanding brain development provides new insights into adolescent behavior.