On this episode, Dr. Robin Stern talks with Dr. Grant Brenner.
Dr. Brenner is the principal and co-founder of Neighborhood Psychiatry, an NYC-based group practice. He is the author and co-editor of Creating Spiritual and Psychological Resilience as well as co-author of Irrelationship: How We Use Dysfunctional Relationships to Hide from Intimacy, Relationship Sanity: Creating and Maintaining Healthy Relationships and Making Your Crazy Work For You: From Trauma and Isolation to Self-Acceptance and Love.
Dr Grant Brenner is a board certified physician-psychiatrist, an entrepreneur, author, teacher, speaker and not-for-profit board member. He has been featured on a variety of top ranked psychology resources and media as a thought leader and contributor.
Dr. Brenner and Dr. Stern shine a light on the shadowy corners of gaslighting—a psychological manipulation tactic that distorts reality and undermines our sense of self. Dr. Brenner's unique perspective reveals the psychological mechanisms at play, helping us recognize and navigate these subtle and damaging dynamics.
On this episode, we explore the intersection of emotional intelligence and gaslighting, offering practical insights on how to bolster resilience, maintain mental clarity, and regain control over one's narrative. Dr. Brenner's expertise in both mind-body medicine and the intricate workings of manipulation equips us with tools to identify, counter, and heal from gaslighting experiences.
Whether you're seeking to understand the deep connections between mind and body or yearning to unmask the shadows of gaslighting, this conversation with Dr. Grant Brenner is a must listen.
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