Psychologist - Professor - Author - Speaker
David B. Feldman, PhD is a psychologist, professor, author, speaker, and host of KPFA Radio's ‘About Health’ and the 'Psychology in 10 Minutes' podcast. His research on how people maintain hope and meaning in the face of trauma, loss, and setbacks has been published in top academic journals and featured in major media outlets. He is a pioneer in applying the concept of hope (and hopelessness) to understanding burnout among healthcare professionals and has been instrumental in developing hope-enhancement interventions. Dr. Feldman has published five books, appeared on national television and radio, lectured for companies, universities, and organizations around the world, and writes regularly for Psychology Today.
Up to 80 percent of us will face serious trauma in our lives, not to mention everyday setbacks and losses. It's a fact none of us should find surprising given the events of the past two years. The million dollar question is, how can we bounce back and even bounce forward? That's the subject of this MSNBC interview with Dr. Feldman.
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