Speaker - Sayyed Mohsen Fatemi, PhD
Dr. Sayyed Mohsen Fatemi completed his postdoctoral studies in the department of psychology at Harvard University where he has also served as a Teaching Fellow, an Associate and a Fellow. He is a frequently published author and has been the keynote speaker of numerous international conferences.
His publications appear in Springer, Wiley, Templeton Press, Routledge, Cambridge University Press and Oxford University Press, Lexington publication, Palgrave McMillan, American Psychiatric Association, and Journals such as APA's Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology. He has also a new book coming up with Macmillan Palgrave on psychology of films and another new book, Film Therapy, coming up with Routledge.
In addition to teaching at Harvard, he has also taught for the department of psychology at the University of British Columbia, Western Washington University, University of Massachusetts in Boston, University of Toronto and Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis.
He brings mindfulness in his psychological and therapeutic interventions and has run training and coaching programs for clinicians, practitioners and corporate people in North America, Europe and overseas. He has been practicing psychotherapy for more than a decade.
Dr. Fatemi is the recipient of the Ellen Langer international Mindfulness Award and is active member of APA with numerous presentations at APA annual meetings.
Furthermore, Dr. Fatemi serves as an associate professor of psychology at Ferdowsi University of Mashhad one of the top five universities in Iran with his dossier currently under consideration for the full professor position. He is also the chair of the Desk of North America at Ferdowsi University. Dr. Fatemi was also recently appointed as an adjunct faculty member in the Graduate Program in Psychology at York University.