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Dan's passion is positive psychology.
While traditional psychology focuses on our weaknesses, positive psychology focuses on our strengths, cultivating our best selves so we can lead meaningful and fulfilling lives.
This is the science of happiness.
Dan is the Academic Director of Columbia University's Spirituality Mind Body Institute (SMBI) and an assistant instructor to the founder of positive psychology, Martin Seligman, at the University of Pennsylvania's Masters in Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) program.
A licensed counseling psychologist with over 25 years as an experienced clinician, he is the creator of Interactive-Behavioral Therapy, the most widely used form of group therapy for people with intellectual and psychiatric disabilities.
Dan is also the author of several books, including American Snake Pit and Confessions of a Former Child: A Therapist's Memoir.
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Harnessing the Power of Positivity to Overcome Depression, Increase Motivation, and Build Unshakable Resilience
Cultivate hope with strengths-based practices grounded in positive psychology.
Learned Hopefulness offers powerful exercises grounded in evidence-based positive psychology to help you identify your strengths; ditch the self-limiting beliefs that diminish your capacity for positivity; and increase feelings of motivation, resiliency, and wellness. You’ll also learn to untangle yourself from rumination over past negative events, while shifting your perspective to the present moment and anticipating your future through a more positive lens.
With this unique, compassionate, and life-affirming guide, you’ll find the tools you need to break free from hopelessness and start living a life of happiness and vitality.