Eric Maisel, PhD, psychotherapist and pioneer in the fields of creativity coaching and natural psychology, is author of more than 40 books, including Life Purpose Boot Camp, Making Your Creative Mark, Natural Psychology, Rethinking Depression, and Coaching the Artist Within.
Maisel writes the Rethinking Psychology blog for Psychology Today online, a monthly print column for Professional Artist magazine, and occasional pieces for the Huffington Post. He has been featured in Redbook, Glamour, Men’s Health, Body and Soul, Martha Stewart Living, Self, the San Francisco Chronicle, and others. He hosted 100 episodes of The Joy of Living and Your Purpose-Centered Life on the Personal Life Media Network.
In addition to leading workshops and presenting keynote talks worldwide, Maisel maintains a coaching practice, trains creativity coaches, and provides core trainings for the Creativity Coaching Association.
What People are Saying About Eric Maisel
“America’s premier creativity coach delves deeply into the issues that challenge writers, artists, musicians, and performers and provides them with unique strategies and stimulating insights to achieve their creative destinies.”
—Nita Leland, artist and author of The New Creative Artist
“Eric Maisel has taught me more about the creative life and how to live it successfully than any other author.”
—Sharon Lebell, author of The Art of Living: The Classic Manual on Virtue, Happiness, and Effectiveness
“Eric Maisel is the therapist, counselor, coach, and friend we all want and need. He provides the psychological tools to help artists lead a mature, functioning, productive, and enriching personal and creative life.”
—Bobette Buster, adjunct professor, USC School of Cinematic Arts and La Fémis, Paris