Amy Banks, M.D., was an instructor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and is now the director of advanced training at the Jean Baker Miller Training Institute at the Wellesley Centers for Women. She has a private practice in Lexington, Massachusetts, which specializes in relational psychopharmacology and therapy for people who suffer from chronic disconnection.
Leigh Ann Hirschman is a bestselling nonfiction writer who specializes in psychology, parenting, and health.
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--Dr. Daniel Siegel, author of the New York Times bestseller Brainstorm
"The subtext of Four Ways to Click is that we are our
relationships. In this amazingly accessible, profound book, you get
an introduction to the new, science-based, radical concept that
your brain is 'relational, ' and you get a manual that shows you
amazingly effective ways to use your relationships to optimize your
brain's natural inclination to connect. This book will help all
joyful people understand the source of their joy, and all unhappy
people understand how they can become joyful. This book should be
used by every clinician and read by everyone."
--Harville Hendrix, Ph.D, and Helen LaKelly Hunt, PhD, authors of Getting the Love You Want (Hendrix) and Making Marriage Simple "Love is not enough. Amy Banks shows how the four essential ingredients for a successful relationship are based in the perplexing architecture of your brain. By understanding what is happening within you, you can vastly improve what is happening between you. This well-written, reader-friendly book can show you how!
--David Feinstein, PhD, co-author of The Energies of Love