10 Ways How To Improve Your Mental Health with Dr. David A. Levy

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10 Ways How To Improve Your Mental Health with Dr. David A. Levy Humor is often the only thing we can rely on when our backs are against the wall. How can we learn to laugh at ourselves to get through life’s toughest moments? Dr. David A Levy is an award-winning professor of psychology at Pepperdine University who knows first-hand what it’s like to stumble, fall, and then laugh at yourself before getting up again. Levy’s new book, LIFE IS A 4 LETTER WORD: Laughing and Learning Through 40 Life Lessons (Mango Publishing, December 2019) shares simple, humorous, and helpful sayings and stories that everyone can relate to. Dr. Levy’s slice-of-life tales offer deep insight, wisdom, and laughs, and aims to help others find meaning in the obstacles they face in their own lives. Book Link: Dr. David A. Levy is an award-winning Professor of Psychology at Pepperdine University, where he has been teaching since 1986. He received his BA in theater arts from UCLA before earning two MA degrees and his PhD in psychology. In addition to two bestselling textbooks, diverse research studies, and a widely acclaimed self-help book, Tools of Critical Thinking, he has published numerous satirical articles. A sought-out media consultant for psychological perspectives on current events and insights into issues in the mental health field, Dr. Levy has appeared on more than 70 broadcasts on major networks, including CNN, PBS, NPR, and NatGeo. He has also worked as a director, producer, writer, and actor in films, television, and stage. He received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Performance in a Network Television Series and was a guest star on the popular sitcom Cheers, where he portrayed the leader of Frasier’s low self-esteem group (a role which he adamantly maintains is not type-casting). He lives in Santa Monica, California. Website: how to improve your mental health, psychology hacks, Dr. David A. Levy, perception, Ryan McCormick, Mental Health Radio Network

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