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Understanding and increasing your LQ doesn’t start by simply changing bad habits or enhancing good ones. Instead, it presents a different model of reality with its own language. In other words, it’s not about tricking your brain, it’s about noticing and understanding the structure of your sensory and cognitive experience, so you have more information available to make good choices. LQ is a foundational intelligence that directly impacts EQ, IQ and almost everything else we do.
To bring his methodology to the masses, today's special guest, Lloyd Glauberman, Ph.D.,created the LQ app which was designed to help us rethink and then reprogram our relationship to the macro-elements of wellbeing. It officially launched on July 31, 2023.
A renowned Manhattan-based clinical psychologist specializing in mood disorders, anxiety, and relationships, and founder of the Hypno-Peripheral Processing (HPP) method, Dr. Glauberman says we have been thinking about “health and wellness” all wrong. Based on 4+ decades in practice he says most mental, physical and emotional health issues he treats are either caused or exacerbated by the three core macro-elements of wellbeing which he calls Lifestyle Intelligence (LQ): Sleeping, Movement and Nutrition. Seems obvious, and there is an abundance of information that should be helping us, but as a society we’re only getting fatter and sicker. Something must change – and fast.
Dr. Lloyd Glauberman's approach is centered around lifestyle management through an understanding of how timing and rhythm affect our core behavioral ecosystem: eating, moving and sleeping. His newest project, the Lifestyle Intelligence (LQ) app, is a cutting-edge vehicle that takes a unique psycho-educational approach to relearning, rebuilding and maintaining harmony among these three core elements in order to catalyze positive change.
On Today's Episode we speak with Maribeth Clifton, occupational therapist and professor at University of Nebraska Medical Center. She shares details about her AOTA Inspire short course as we discuss stress, trauma, occupational performance, and provide recommendations on how to address mental health and community health as a practitioner.
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Clifton, M., Boden, L., & Milton, L. E. (2022). Toxic stress in children and youth: Exploring the role of community-based programming to support health and well-being in the United States. Children & Society, 36(1), 137-148. https://doi.org/10.1111/chso.12489
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