January 10, 2014 Re-mastered program from 2010 – Dr. Lee Jampolsky

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drlee_riversideAs a recognized leader in psychology and human potential, Dr. Lee Jampolsky has served on the medical staff and faculty of respected hospitals and graduate schools. He has contributed to the personal and spiritual growth of countless individuals around the globe, and has consulted with management and CEOs of businesses of all sizes. His inspirational books, distance learning, workshops and presentations, and individual programs span the fields of health, business, education, spirituality, and psychology. His books have sold hundreds of thousands of copies around the world, and have been published in more than a dozen languages. His published books are: Smile for No Good Reason, Healing the Addictive Personality, Walking Through Walls, The Art of Trust, Listen to Me: Healing Father Son Relationships, Healing Together: Going from Crisis to Calm During Turbulent Times, and Healing the Addictive Mind. Dr. Jampolsky has appeared on radio and TV shows spanning the globe. He has been interviewed or quoted by hundreds of publications, including the Wall Street Journal, Business Week, The Los Angeles Times, Entrepreneur, and Women’s World. Dedicated to helping people discover their own pathways to experiencing the miracle of turning obstacles to opportunities on a daily basis, Dr. Jampolsky’s unique approach and easy to apply techniques allow people to experience a heartfelt shift in attitude.



Since 1991 Dr. Lee Jampolsky’s self-help classic Healing the Addictive Mind has given well over 100,000 people around the world the tools to create significant change in their lives. Now he continues his proven and trustworthy blend of practical and positive psychology with Healing the Addictive Personality. Dr. Jampolsky’s straightforward approach, based on firsthand experience, presents ways of healing addictive thinking, behavior, and destructive relationship patterns with forgiveness, compassion, and the potential for limitless opportunity through an eleven-week action plan.


sfngr_100w_dsThis book presents clear and concise ways to live a happier and more meaningful life. You will learn to feel more peaceful and be more productive by replacing the automatic ways you react from fear with new perceptions of yourself and the world.



Walking through Walls

wtw_100w_dsWalking Through Walls is a no-nonsense handbook for the spiritual seeker with little time for a lengthy philosophical treatise—and even less energy for a “taking a lifetime for enlightenment” self-help book. Psychologist and author Lee Jampolsky offers an eight-week course that gets right down to the business of accelerating personal growth. Each week Jampolsky focuses on one of eight traits that are compatible with every great spiritual tradition: honesty, tolerance, gentleness, joy, defenselessness, generosity, patience, and open-mindedness. Cutting through the fog of typically lofty and unreachable self-help goals, Walking Through Walls presents a realistic and attainable plan for personal development.

Speaking and Workshops

Dr. Lee Jampolsky offers each and every audience member clear and concise methods – which are easily implemented – to begin living a happier and more productive life… at home and in the workplace. Dr. Lee offers the tools for success which exchange fear, blame, and anger for peace of mind, and teach how to experience greater happiness in every aspect of life.

Through his highly engaging, inspirational message and his down to earth delivery style, Dr. Jampolsky opens hearts, stimulates thinking, and causes you to reconsider many of the beliefs you hold that may limit you and those around you. All that is required is a willingness to allow a long awaited shift in attitude, the investment of a little time, and an openness to experience the changes that are possible for all of us.

Dr. Jampolsky eloquently works with individuals and groups from all walks of life, teaching through sharing many of his own life’s trials and tribulations.

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