Beth Kurland, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist who has been in practice since 1994, working with people across the lifespan from preschoolers through adults. With a particular passion for and expertise in mindfulness and the mind-body connection, she specializes in using mind-body strategies and other evidenced-based practices with her patients to treat a wide array of issues.
Dr. Kurland graduated from Amherst College, received her doctorate from Clark University, and completed an internship at McLean Hospital and two post-doctoral fellowships, affiliated with Massachusetts General Hospital and Children’s Hospital in Boston. After working for five years in a psychiatric hospital in Rhode Island, she joined an outpatient practice in Norwood, MA where she has been affiliated since 2001.
Dr. Kurland brings over 20 years of experience in helping others achieve well-being in their lives, and invites her readers to learn and experience the strategies she has found to be most beneficial for transformation. On her website, in addition to other resources, readers can find specific companion materials to her book, including audio meditations and printable worksheets from the book, that allow readers an opportunity to more fully incorporate the strategies from her book into their daily lives.
Look for additional books by Dr. Kurland, including three children’s books, each with accompanying games, to help young children learn how to cope with difficult emotions and develop greater positivity (scheduled for release in late 2017-2018).
For information, access to audios and worksheets plus more please visit Beth’s website: BethKurland.com
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