Personal Life Media Network — San Francisco, CA
Dr. Eric Maisel is the author of more than thirty books on a variety of subjects, among them atheism, creativity, depression, anxiety, and addiction. His books include The Atheist’s Way, The Van Gogh Blues, Fearless Creating, Rethinking Depression, and Why Smart People Hurt. His recent writings on the paradigm shift from seeking meaning to making meaning, the existential roots of depression, anxiety, and addiction, and the next steps in atheist living have gained him a wide audience and have been codified into natural psychology, the new psychology of meaning.
Dr. Maisel holds degrees in philosophy (B.S.), psychology (B.A.), creative writing (M.A.), counseling (M.S.), and counseling psychology (PhD). He is a California licensed marriage and family therapist, founded the fields of creativity coaching and meaning coaching, hosts two shows on the Personal Life Media Network, and writes a monthly column for Art Calendar magazine.
Eric can be reached via e-mail at ericmaisel [at] hotmail [dot] com
Watch Eric talk about his book The Atheist's Way: