Speaker: Philippe Goldin Philippe is a research scientist and heads the Clinically Applied Affective Neuroscience group in the Department of Psychology at Stanford University. He spent 6 years in India and Nepal studying various languages, Buddhist philosophy and debate at Namgyal Monastery and the Dialectic Monastic Institute, and serving as an interpreter for various Tibetan Buddhist lamas.
He then returned to the U.S. to complete a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at Rutgers University. 61,000 views, rated 5/5 stars by the viewers.
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