Scott Haas, Ph.D., is a writer and clinical psychologist. He is the author of five books including his latest one WHY BE HAPPY? The Japanese Way of Acceptance. Aside from writing, Scott also won a James Beard award for his on-air reporting on public radio.
Jennifer Sweeton is a clinical psychologist, neuroscientist, best-selling author, speaker, and international trainer. She is a prominent expert in EMDR and other trauma therapies. Dr. Sweeton is also a contributing writer at Psychology Today and the Owner of the Kansas City Mental Health Associates.
Renae Norton is a clinical psychologist in private practice with a specialty in the areas of eating disorders and family issues. She has been successfully treating individuals with eating disorders and obesity for the past 15 years. Aside from coaching, Dr.Norton is also a published author of several books including ‘LET’S EAT!: Maji Teaches Mongo What It Means to Eat Clean!’.
John Bargh is a Professor of Psychology and Cognitive Science at Yale University. His work focuses on automaticity and unconscious processing as a method to better understand social behavior, as well as philosophical topics such as free will. Aside from his academic affiliations, Bargh also has written several books, one of which is the bestseller Before You Know It: The Unconscious Reasons We Do What We Do.
Edwin Locke is a renowned psychologist internationally recognized for his research on goal setting. He is Dean’s Professor (Emeritus) of Leadership and Motivation at the R.H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, College Park. Locke is also a writer and lecturer for the Ayn Rand Institute and is interested in the application of the philosophy of Objectivism to behavioral sciences.
Dr. Carolyn Daitch, an internationally renowned psychologist, trainer, author, and presenter, teaches individuals and groups to recognize and manage stress and anxiety. She is the Director of the Center for the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders in Farmington Hills, Michigan. She is a certified and approved consultant and fellow with the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis and a certified Imago therapist. Dr. Daitch routinely gives pieces of training to practitioners in the United States and abroad.
Cory Clark is a Moral and Political Psychologist and Visiting Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania. She does research in Social Cognition, Political Psychology, Moral Psychology, and Metascience. Clark is the co-host in the podcast Psyphilopod, where they discuss truthful and highly insightful conversations on psychology, philosophy, politics, and academic culture.
Cortney Warren is a board-certified clinical psychologist, author, speaker, and research consultant. She is the founder and owner of Choose Honesty, LLC, a company created to help individuals live more fulfilling lives by confronting self-deception. Warren is the author of Lies We Tell Ourselves and has written chapters in various books, including Behavioral Addiction.
Dr. Tim Pychyl is the Director of the Centre for Initiatives in Education and Associate Professor of Psychology at Carleton University, Ottawa (Canada). He has researched and written about procrastination for 20 years. A passionate teacher, he has been honored with many awards including the 3M National Teaching Fellowship. He is also the author of Solving the Procrastination Puzzle: A Concise Guide to Strategies for Change.