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About Seth J. Gillihan PhD
Dr. Gillihan is a Fellow of the Center for Neuroscience and Society at Penn. He hosts the weekly Think Act Be podcast, which features conversations on living more fully, and is author of the free guide, "10 Ways to Manage Stress and Anxiety Every Day," available at sethgillihan.com.
Dr. Gillihan completed his BA in French and biology at Indiana University, his MA in community counseling at The George Washington University, and his PhD in clinical psychology at the University of Pennsylvania.
You can find Dr. Gillihan on the web at sethgillihan.com and on his PsychologyToday.com blog, Think Act Be. He lives in Ardmore, Pennsylvania, with his wife and three children.
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El doctor Seth Gillihan; psicólogo y autor de éxito en Estados Unidos; nos guía a través de prácticas muy sencillas y fáciles de realizar; que pueden utilizarse como base para gestionar distintos problemas relacionados con el malestar psicológico.
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