Daniel G. Amen, M.D., is a clinical neuroscientist, psychiatrist, and brain-imaging expert who heads up the world-renowned Amen Clinics. He is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and has won numerous writing and research awards. He writes a monthly column in Men's Health called "Head Check" and has published nineteen books, numerous professional and popular articles, and a number of audio and video programs. His books include Preventing Alzheimer's, Healing Anxiety and Depression, Healing the Hardware of the Soul, Healing ADD, and the New York Times bestseller Change Your Brain, Change Your Life. He is an internationally renowned keynote speaker and a popular guest expert for the media, with appearances on CNN, the Today show, The View, and other venues.
"This book is wonderful. It gives the reader great understanding and hope that changes in oneself can be made. If you put these changes into action, a happy and healthy brain is yours." --Bill Cosby
"Each of Daniel Amen's books contains special nuggets that can be found nowhere else, as well as a wealth of useful, general information that he brings together under one roof. This book offers excellent advice as well as a great deal of new information. An extremely useful and easy-to-read book." --Edward Hallowell, M.D., author of Delivered from Distraction and The Childhood Roots of Adult Happiness "Making a Good Brain Great is the long-awaited synthesis of a true visionary's work. I highly recommend it to anyone interested in self-improvement, and especially parents and other caregivers of children--this book is a gem for those of us who want to raise healthy kids." --Michael Gurian, author of The Minds of Boys and The Wonder of Girls "The most important gift we have to share is wisdom. In this timely book, Dr. Amen shows us how to create a great brain so we can make the world a better place." --Dharma Singh Khalsa, M.D., president/medical director of the Alzheimer's Prevention Foundation, and author of The Better Memory Kit and The End of Karma "A must-read for those who live by their wits." --Dennis B. Alters, M.D., child, adolescent, and adult psychiatry, and author of Wizard's Way