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Michael Jawer is a Washington, DC-based writer, speaker and researcher. His focus is the nexus of personality development, body-mind, emotion, and spirituality. Jawer is the lead author (with Marc Micozzi, MD, PhD) of two books: The Spiritual Anatomy of Emotion (Park Street Press, 2009) and Your Emotional Type (Healing Arts Press, 2011). His papers have appeared in the Journal of Interpersonal Neurobiology Studies, Science & Consciousness Review, Explore, and Seminars in Integrative Medicine, while feature articles referencing his work have appeared in Psychology Today, Spirituality & Health, Aeon, Nautilus, Advances in Mind-Body Medicine, Edge Science, Noetic Now, Epoch Times, and BeliefNet. Jawer has spoken to organizations including the American Psychological Association, the Society for Humanistic Psychology (APA Division 32), and the Jung Society of DC – and guest lectured at Georgetown University, the University of Maryland, University of Virginia, and Drexel University. Since 2011, he has also blogged for Psychology Today (“Feeling Too Much”).
Michael Jawer is a Washington, DC-based writer, speaker and researcher. His focus is the nexus of personality development, body-mind, emotion, and spirituality. Jawer is the lead author (with Marc Micozzi, MD, PhD) of two books: The Spiritual Anatomy of Emotion (Park Street Press, 2009) and Your Emotional Type (Healing Arts Press, 2011). His papers have appeared in the Journal of Interpersonal Neurobiology Studies, Science & Consciousness Review, Explore, and Seminars in Integrative Medicine, while feature articles referencing his work have appeared in Psychology Today, Spirituality & Health, Aeon, Nautilus, Advances in Mind-Body Medicine, Edge Science, Noetic Now, Epoch Times, and BeliefNet. Jawer has spoken to organizations including the American Psychological Association, the Society for Humanistic Psychology (APA Division 32), and the Jung Society of DC – and guest lectured at Georgetown University, the University of Maryland, University of Virginia, and Drexel University. Since 2011, he has also blogged for Psychology Today (“Feeling Too Much”). read more read less

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