10/29/2013 – Helping CEOs in the Crucible of Mental Health Issues Part 1

Like everyone in the general population, chief executives and other business leaders are at risk for developing psychiatric conditions like anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). In fact, CEOs may be at higher risk because of the intense stress and pressures they face in their important leadership roles. There is clear scientific evidence that the kinds of stressful life events (SLEs) confronting CEOs can precipitate or exacerbate acute episodes of depression,Read More  »

10/15/2013 – FROM SETBACK TO BACK ON TRACK: THE MODEL FOR EXECUTIVES

CEOs and other executives are the titans and high flyers of the business world. To reach the very highest levels of peak performance, they primarily depend on their own talents and drive. They may also benefit from the help of an executive leadership coach. The model described below has a proven track record for helping executives reach these heights.Read More  »

10/7/13 – Leading Minds Voice America Radio Show: Personal and Cultural Trauma: Philosophical Reflections on Women in Combat

10/7/13 – Personal and Cultural Trauma: Philosophical Reflections on Women in Combat

Women have been acquiring more visibility and presence in the military. In fact, in January, the Military reversed their ban on women in combat. Carol S. Gould, while a strong proponent of women’s rights, has deep reservations about the role of women in combat.Read More  »

10/1/2013 – The Rise of Positive Psychology

The “helping professions” of the 21st century are increasingly diverse
and in flux. The recent emergence of “positive psychology,” a compelling model
focused on development of the human individual’s strengths and assets,
underlies some of the most exciting new tools for enhancing human happiness and
potential.1 There is a growing body of empirical literature
demonstrating that positive thinking helps to promote mental health and optimal
functioning.2 Read More  »