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Dr. Gail Gross is a nationally recognized human behavior expert, with a Ph.D. in Psychology and a Doctorate of Education. As an author, educator, and speaker, her positive and integrative approach to difficult issues helps families navigate today’s complex problems.

Dr. Gross is frequently called upon by national and regional media to offer her insight on topics involving family relationships, education, behavior, and development issues. A dependable authority, Dr. Gross has contributed to broadcast, print and online media including CNN, FOX’s The O’Reilly Factor, MSNBC, The New York Times and USA Today. ABC, CBS and KHOU, Great Day Houston.  She is a veteran radio talk show host as well as the host of the nationally syndicated PBS program, “Let’s Talk.”

Dr. Gross has earned accolades from distinguished leaders such as the Dalai Lama, who presented her with the first Spirit of Freedom award in 1998. More recently, in 2013, Dr. Gross received the Jung Institute award. She also received the Good Heart Humanitarian Award from Jewish Women International, Perth Amboy High School Hall of Fame Award, the Great Texan of the Year Award, Trailblazer Award, and Woman of Influence Award. She has served on the boards of EmpowHER, the Asia Society, Harvard Divinity Board, Preventative Medicine Research Institute, Tibet Fund, the Aspen Mind Brain Forum, the Omega Institute, and the Huffington Center on Aging Board, among others. A longtime researcher and educator, Dr. Gross has also taught dream analysis and meditation at the Jung Center in Houston.

Dr. Gross received a BS in Education from the University of Houston. She earned her master’s degree in secondary education with a focus on Psychology from the University of St. Thomas in Houston. Dr. Gross received her second PhD in Psychology, with a concentration in Jungian studies. You can connect with Dr. Gross on her website (www.DrGailGross.com), on Facebook, and on Twitter.


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This meditation technique moves you through the seven energy points of the body and connects all seven to one another. This subtle form of meditation has a profound effect on expanding consciousness.

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By connecting the unconscious to consciousness, you transcend body & mind to reach higher states of creativity. Twice daily practice of this meditation can help enhance your creativity.

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It is important to reduce daily stress & regain control of our mind, body, & health. This meditation allows you maximum opportunity to use your brain’s potential and create an optimal state of health.

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When stressed, our brains cannot process information as fully as possible. This morning meditation will help you reduce stress so that you can access the brain’s potential at an optimal level.

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By reducing stress through this meditation technique, children are able to access optimal opportunities for using their brain at full potential.

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A good night’s sleep is vital for a healthy life. This meditation of breathing exercises and imagery can help bring you into an optimal state of relaxation and prepare your body for restorative sleep.

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This simple meditation technique helps children reduces stress to help them learn to process the day’s troubles and anxieties. They may then enter a deep relaxation that leads to a good night’s sleep.

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Stress can wreak havoc on our bodies & cause inflammation, which makes us hungry and causes us to hold onto calories. Help reduce the emotional stress that can cause us to overeat & be overweight.

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