The Future of Mental Health requires a lot of Rethinking; Dr Eric Maisel is set to share.

Eric Maisel, Ph.D., seemed an obvious choice to interview about normalising mental distress, and I am excited to announce that he has agreed to #Emerge Proud for us!

His Movement; The Future of Mental Health is a movement of inquiry, activism, and improved helping.

Dr Maisel is the author of more than fifty books, among them The Future of Mental Health, Rethinking Depression, Life Purpose Boot Camp, The Van Gogh Blues, Mastering Creative Anxiety, Why Smart People Hurt and Coaching the Artist Within.

A retired family therapist and active coach and mental health advocate in the areas of critical psychology and critical psychiatry, Dr. Maisel writes the “Rethinking Mental Health” blog for Psychology Today and the “Coaching the Artist Within” print column for Professional Artist Magazine. His forthcoming book is Humanizing the Helping Professions (Routledge, 2018).

Dr. Maisel lectures nationally and internationally. He facilitates deep writing workshops in locations like San Francisco, New York, London, Paris, and Rome and at workshop centers like the Esalen Institute, the Omega Institute, and the Kripalu Yoga Center. He presents keynote addresses for organizations like the International Society for Ethical Psychology and Psychiatry and the International Association of Pastel Societies.

You can learn more about Dr. Maisel’s workshops, trainings, and services at www.ericmaisel.com, his classes, guides, and mini-guides at www.ericmaiselsolutions.com, and his mental health advocacy at www.thefutureofmentalhealth.com.

You can contact Dr. Maisel at ericmaisel@hotmail.com

Watch out for his #Emergingproud interview, coming soon!

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