Kathleen Hixon is an author, coach, business consultant, and mindfulness facilitator. Her work focuses on helping people make conscious decisions to live a more conscious life. She loves to write, and speaks, and has written for Oprah, The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Huffington Post, and The Huffington Post Business. She was named one of the “Top 50 Influential Women in Business” by Women Inc. and The Huffington Post Business.
Kathleen has been featured in Forbes, Business Insider, The Wall Street Journal, Business Insider, and more. She’s also a regular contributor to Huffington Post, The Huffington Post, and Business Insider. She is the author of the book Mindful Happiness: The 5 Principles for a Mindful Life.
Kathleen is a business consultant, trainer, entrepreneur, and educator. She has been featured in Business Insider as well as Oprah, The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Huffington Post, and The Huffington Post Business.
Kathleen has a degree in psychology, a masters in human development, and a Ph.D. in clinical psychology. She is certified in mindfulness, yoga, and meditation, and holds the certifications in hypnosis and psychotherapy. Kathleen is the founder of Mindful Happiness, and has been featured on ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, and The Today Show among other public media outlets.
Kathleen Hixon is a professor of psychology and neuroscience at Rutgers University, where she is the director of the Center for Mental Health and Neuroscience. She also serves as adjunct research scientist at the Rutgers Brain Imaging Center and is the director of the Center for Applied Research in Psychology. She has conducted a number of studies on the neuroscience of happiness, mindfulness, and health, and has written numerous popular articles in the area.
Kathleen is a big fan of the documentary ‘The Artist’ and has interviewed many artists about their work. She believes that they have a huge influence on the world and she wants to understand what it is they make. In her latest article she writes about her own research into a different area of interest. She is interested in the neuroscience behind the art of creating, and also how art can have an impact on our moods and how people feel about themselves.
Kathleen has been an avid fan of the film The Artist since she was a teenager. She claims to be one of only a handful of artists in the world with such an extensive knowledge of the art of film and an interest in the neuroscience behind it. She states that she has read many of the books and articles on this subject. In her latest article, she shares that she is researching how art could affect our moods and how people might react to the creative process itself.
Kathleen has found a connection between the creative process and the way people feel. In her article, she talks about how people are able to create more art when they’re stressed out or depressed. She states that when an individual is feeling “stressed out” or “depressed”, they are likely to create more art as a way to cope and to feel better.
In her article Kathleen also shares that she is currently working on a new piece that she hopes will help people find more happiness and joy in their lives. Her research has shown that people who are experiencing a lot of negativity, stress, or anxiety are more likely to create a lot of art. Kathleen believes that the more art a person creates, the more happiness they are likely to find.
Kathleen’s piece is called “Art to Feel Better.” She wants to know if there is something you can do to create more art or to feel better. She also suggests you try creating a painting of something you are thankful for, something that helps you feel better. You can go more in-depth about Kathleen’s article by checking out her blog or website.