"To truly laugh, you must be able to take your pain and play with it." - Charlie Chaplin
If you're like me, you've been in the house for about a month and maybe finding the funny to cope is becoming a little harder to do. Don't fret....we at AATH have your back and have decided to bring another expert on the show to share his wisdom on how to cope during the coronavirus!
This episode brings the wit and wisdom of Dr. Steve Sultanoff. Steve has been on the show before and, if you've heard him, you know that HE HAS GOT THE GOODS! We talk about how to deal with anxiety, hope, despair and (of course) humor. I know you're going to get as much out of this episode as I did so ENJOY!!
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Steven Sultanoff, PhD is a psychologist, professor (Pepperdine University), professional speaker, past president of the Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor (AATH), and internationally recognized expert on therapeutic humor. He has offered over 300 live continuing education and training workshops as well as creating numerous online programs on a variety of clinical topics including clinical supervision, cognitive behavioral therapy, humor, and emotional intelligence. With over 30 years in the therapeutic humor field, he has authored many innovative articles and written a pioneering chapter on Humor in Psychotherapy. Dr. Sultanoff has appeared on The Morning Show, STARZ, Lifetime, and PBS and is frequently quoted in publications such as Time, Prevention, USA Today, Forbes, etc., and has received the AATH “Lifetime Achievement Award.” He provides live and online therapeutic humor continuing education (www.aatbs.com), and his web site (humormatters.com) offers a wealth of information on therapeutic humor.