The Art of Paying Attention
The Art of Paying Attention
TAOPA #016: Dr. Ardeshir Mehran on Emotional Health
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TAOPA #016: Dr. Ardeshir Mehran on Emotional Health

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Dr. Ardeshir Mehran is a psychologist, psychoanalyst, transformation leader, and leadership coach. He is credited with helping organizations revitalize their culture, driving stronger employee and customer engagement, and developing the next generation of leaders.

Ardeshir’s received his Ph.D. and M.Ed from Columbia University, New York City, in Counseling, Organizational, and Research Psychology. He has advanced training in psychoanalysis, group therapy, and team dynamics.

The subject of emotional wellness is a reality and priority for Ardeshir. In addition to personally experiencing depression and anxiety while in a key leadership role, he has witnessed firsthand as a coach how it impacts the performance of high achievers.

In this episode, Ryan and Dr. Mehran discuss his new book: “You Are Not Depressed, You Are Un-Finished.” The keys to healthy emotional health and fighting the negative emotions that derail our lives. You can find Dr. Ardeshir Mehran here.

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The Art of Paying Attention
The Art of Paying Attention
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