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Dr. Eric Maisel is the author of more than 40 books. His interests include creativity and the creative life, the field of creativity coaching that he founded, and natural psychology, the new psychology of meaning that he has recently developed.
Dr. Maisel’s recent books include Making Your Creative Mark (New World Library, 2013), Natural Psychology: The New Psychology of Meaning (Natural Psychology Press, 2012), Rethinking Depression (New World Library, 2012), Mastering Creative Anxiety (New World Library, 2011), and (with his wife Ann Maisel) Brainstorm: Harnessing the Power of Productive Obsessions (New World Library, 2010).
His books for creative and performing artists include Fearless Creating, Coaching the Artist Within, The Van Gogh Blues, The Creativity Book, Affirmations for Artists, Performance Anxiety, Write Mind, Deep Writing, A Writer’s Space, A Writer’s Paris, A Writer’s San Francisco, and Creativity for Life.
Dr. Maisel, widely regarded as America’s foremost creativity coach, maintains a coaching practice, trains creativity coaches, and provides core trainings for the Creativity Coaching Association. He leads workshops nationally and internationally, presents at workshop centers like Omega, Kripalu, Esalen, Hollyhock, and Rowe, at events like the Paris Writers Workshop, conferences of organizations like Romance Writers of America and the American Psychological Association, and sponsored events in venues like San Francisco, New York, London, Paris, Berlin and Rome.
You can contact Dr. Maisel at firstname.lastname@example.org
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