About Daniel Tomasulo, Ph.D.
Honored by Sharecare as one of the top ten online influencers on the issue of depression Dr. Dan Tomasulo, Ph.D., TEP, MFA, MAPP is a core faculty member at the Spirituality Mind Body Institute (SMBI), Teachers College, Columbia University, and holds a Ph.D. in psychology, MFA in writing, and Master of Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania.
He authors the daily column, Ask the Therapist, for PsychCentral.com, and developed the Dare to be Happy experiential workshops for Kripalu. His award-winning memoir, American Snake Pit was released in 2018, and his next book, Learned Hopefulness, The Power of Positivity To Overcome Depression, is hailed as: “…the perfect recipe for fulfillment, joy, peace, and expansion of awareness.” by Deepak Chopra, MD: Author of Metahuman: Unleashing Your Infinite Potential.
Learn more about Dr. Dan at his website.
Articles by Daniel Tomasulo, Ph.D.:
7 Decisions of High Hope People
5 Myths About Hope
Two Ways Out of the Happiness Rut
Do You Know Your Style of Passion?
Dispositional Mindfulness: Noticing What You Notice
The Nitty on Being Gritty: What It Really Takes To Reach Your Goals
Valentine’s Day Exclusive: A Strengths-Based Approach to Happily Ever After — Author Interview with Suzie and James Pawelski
Do You Want to Stay Happy Together?
Optimal Performance In College: The New Tools
Are You Staying Too Long in a Relationship?
Can Music Offer Hope In Coping with Depression? It Depends
Wait — What? 25 Seconds to Better Health
Love on the Beach
Is the Cure for the Common Cold Within Reach?
Moral Intuition and the Kindness of Strangers
Love is a Verb: Findings from the Longest Study on Happiness
Are You A Mystic? A Call To Participate In Mystics Anonymous
Friendship Day: Be the Friend You Would Like to Have
The Yes-And Rule and Confessions of a Wannabe Giver
Three Things that Help Children Succeed
What Do Therapists Think About Before Your Session?
Why We Worry and What to Do About It
3 Rules for a Positive Transformation
Are New Treatments for Depression Right Under Our Nose?
7 Habits of Highly Defective People