“Cutting toxic people out of your life might be the single most important health intervention you undertake. ”

Dr. Ramani Durvasula brings a unique expertise and authentic voice as a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in private practice, a professor of Psychology at California State University, researcher, author, media commentator, and single mother.

She is the author of the modern relationship survival manual, “Should I Stay or Should I Go: Surviving a Relationship with a Narcissist,” and “You Are WHY You Eat: Change Your Food Attitude, Change Your Life,” plus the upcoming “Don’t You Know Who I Am” (Sept 2019). You may recognize her from TV or documentaries —she’s been a featured commentator on nearly every major television network, in radio, print, and online media.

Dr. Ramani can help you manage the toxic people in your world before they ruin your health or put you in a position to misstep professionally. She can also draw from clinical practice and research to address the many struggles that make the workforce feel like a battlefield at times: stress, management of many personality types, the compulsion to sugarcoat or straight-up lie under pressure, and a big one: social media and the implications of living and working in a fast-paced world full of shiny objects that almost seem REAL!

She’s no fairy dust expert; Dr. Ramani drills right in to the issues, backs them up and proposes hard-hitting ways to consider handling them, so you can blaze trails through the muck instead of getting caught up in it.