Dr. Leena Banerjee Brown is a licensed psychologist and a Sukyo Mahikari practitioner of eighteen years. She developed and managed a child abuse prevention program in Honolulu at the Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children and served as professor of clinical psychology at Alliant International University in Los Angeles. There she taught self-awareness development, family systems, infant mental health and multicultural psychology.
There she taught self-awareness development, family systems, infant mental health and multicultural psychology. She is author of Circles in the Nursery: Practicing multicultural family therapy. Her forthcoming book is True Light: Ordinary People on the Extraordinary Spiritual Path of Sukyo Mahikari.
Leena is the founder of Circles, a group that combines deep reflection, dialogue and collaboration with a spiritual practice of Light giving from a path known as Sukyo Mahikari. The purpose of engaging in Light and reflection is to elevate consciousness, develop spirit-centeredness and generate well-being.
Leena was raised in India and stays balanced by giving and receiving Light with family and friends, doing water aerobics and writing letters by hand.
- Child abuse prevention
- Self-awareness development
- Family systems
- Infant mental health
- Multicultural psychology
- Spirit-centered Psychology