Obesity Starts in the Brain

by: Cedric X. Bryant, PhD

Bridging the Gap

Thinking healthy leads to being healthy, says behavioral psychologist Michael R. Mantell.

Michael R. Mantell, PhD, earned his doctorate at the University of Pennsylvania and his master’s degree in clinical psychology at Hahnemann Medical College, where he wrote his thesis on the psychology of obesity. He has served as chief psychologist both for Rady Children’s Hospital and Health Center of San Diego and for the San Diego Police Department. In addition to working in private practice, Mantell coaches world-class athletes and fitness enthusiasts for mental and behavioral performance enhancement.

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