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Dr. Bluvshtein Shares Mental Health Insight in Authority Magazine

In the Media | 05.17.20

Marina Bluvshtein, Ph.D., Director of the Center for Adlerian Practice and Scholarship at Adler University, was recently featured in Medium’s Authority Magazine series, “How to Develop Mindfulness and Serenity During Uncertain Times.”

In the article, Bluvshtein shares advice for promoting positive mental health and relationships during the pandemic by staying centered and “heartful.” “Heartfulness means being whole within yourself and with others,” Bluvshtein said. “It’s the core of our existence and also the core of our wisdom.”

Read more in the Authority Magazine article, “Dr. Marina Bluvshtein of Adler University: ‘How to Develop Mindfulness and Serenity During Stressful or Uncertain Times.’”

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