Featured Members

New Member: Jose Martinez-Romero Gandos, PhD

Posted Oct 6, 2020

José Martínez-Romero Gandos was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1940. He began studying Psychology at UNBA (Argentina) where he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree. He opted for the curricular contents related to Existential Psychology and Logotherapy. He has carried out his professional work for 32 years in the Argentine Republic and 18 years in […]

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Member: Pooja V. Anand, PhD

Posted Oct 6, 2020

I’m an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology, Daulat Ram College, University of Delhi, India. I’m a gold medallist in MA Psychology. I have been teaching Psychology for more than 14 years at the undergraduate level. I teach papers on Social Psychology, Emotional Intelligence, Positive Psychology, and Counselling Psychology. My main research interests include […]

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New Member: Janine Ruddy

Posted Oct 6, 2020

Hello INPM community!  I am a Registered Psychotherapist and licensed teacher in the province of Ontario.  I completed a Bachelor of Arts degree at Dalhousie University in 2006, a Bachelor of Education degree at Université Sainte-Anne in 2008, and was initially trained as a high school teacher. My early education led me to follow a […]

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Member: T. James Weibelzahl

Posted Jun 27, 2020

Greetings INPM community!  I am a registered clinical counsellor practicing counselling and psychotherapy in the bucolic community of Langley, British Columbia, Canada.  I completed a Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology in 1994, and I am near to completing a doctorate in Counselling and Clinical Psychology.  In my counselling therapy practice I work with a […]

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New Member: Siobhan Connolly-Hogan


Posted Jun 27, 2020

My name is Siobhan Connolly-Hogan. I am in the final stages of completing a Masters in Applied Positive Psychology and am currently writing my dissertation. Having taught teenagers for 25 years in Ireland, I witnessed first-hand a rise in anxiety and a decrease in coping skills in adolescents. There was a dramatic rise in students […]

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New Member Introduction: Ken Corr

Ken Corr

Posted Mar 23, 2020

I am the Congregational Care Minister at the Brentwood Baptist Church in Brentwood, TN, a suburb of Nashville. I am a National Board Certified Counselor with a strong interest in Positive Psychology. I attended the Fifth World Congress on Positive Psychology at Montreal in 2017. My interests are varied: I worked as an in-patient therapist […]

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New Member Introduction: Marianne Ingheim, Ph.D. student

Marianne Ingheim

Posted Jan 3, 2020

Ever since I was a little girl, I’ve been curious about meaning. What do things mean? What does Life mean? How do we make meaning of tragedy? I am an emerging scholar, a Ph.D. student in the Transformative Inquiry Department at California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco. My research is on what I’m […]

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New Member Introduction: Piers Worth, Ph.D., Chartered Psychologist

Piers Worth

Posted Oct 4, 2019

Piers worked until his recent retirement as Associate Professor (the local title is “Reader”) in Psychology at Bucks New University. He wrote, validated, and co-led the university’s M.Sc. Applied Positive Psychology for seven years, which established an international reputation for student care. His continuing research and writing interests include Second Wave Positive Psychology and Existential […]

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New Member Introduction: Edward Chin-Ho Chang, Ph.D.

Edward Chin-Ho Chang

Posted Oct 4, 2019

I emigrated from South Korea when I was five and have much to thank my parents for in giving me the opportunity to create a good life in Hawaii and later in New York City. I graduated from SUNY at Buffalo with a double major in psychology and philosophy. Thereafter, I completed my doctorate in […]

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