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Happiness is a habit we can all learn. Dr. Elizabeth Lombardo, a world-renowned clinical psychologist, takes us on that journey to rewire our brain. Based on the concept of neuroplasticity, these daily habit changes help us form new pathways and develop new practices. Practicing these, with support and encouragement of a group, are a great way to kick-start your happiness habits.
According to Dr. Lombardo,
“Happiness is a skill that anyone can learn and improve upon. The problem is, as a society, we practice happiness in all the wrong ways. We think happiness will come from external events like making more money or having people admire you. That just sets you up for disappointment.”
Dr. Elizabeth Lombardo
Advisor & Happiness Course Instructor
About Dr. Elizabeth Lombardo
Dr. Elizabeth Lombardo started her professional career as a Physical Therapist after getting her Master’s degree at Duke University. It was then that she realized that every goal we have, whether it is related to our bodies, relationships, work or life, requires a significant mental edge in order to achieve it. In her quest to help people actualize their dreams, Elizabeth went back to school to get her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. Wanting to help people “before they need a couch,” Elizabeth now coaches, consults, and speaks to groups about how to achieve their desired results.consults, and speaks to groups about how to achieve their desired results.
Elizabeth is a highly sought-after speaker and media consultant. She has been honored by giving a prestigious TED-x talk. Elizabeth is frequently interviewed by today’s top media outlets including Forbes, Wall Street Journal, Money Magazine, Health, MSNBC, USA Today, CNN, and National Public Radio. She had made multiple appearance on the Today Show. Her book, “A Happy You: Your Ultimate Prescription for Happiness” is a national bestseller.
Chief Mood Officer, The Mood Factory
About KATHRYN GOETZKE
Kathryn Goetzke is a social entrepreneur, strategic consultant, and global mental health advocate with personally lived experience. As Chief Mood Officer at The Mood Factory, her goal is to ‘Improve Moods’ by teaching consumers how to get in the present moment through engaging the senses. Her first brand, Mood-lites, sold over 9 million products at retail and launched the first ever national cause marketing program for mental health, raising over 1 million dollars for global advocacy. Kathryn is currently launching a Mood-scent line and 21 Day courses, taking moods mainstream through evidence informed approaches to health and wellbeing.
Kathryn has over 25 years of business, strategy, branding, research, and new products experience with small, medium, and Fortune 100 companies. Her nonprofit, iFred, created “Hopeful Minds”, an award-winning program aimed at teaching how to create, maintain, and sustain Hope. She has presented at the United Nations, World Bank and World Health Organization and serves on advisory boards for the Global Mental Health Movement, Y Mental Health, Women’s Brain Project and FundaMentalSDG. She writes for Thrive Global and PsychCentral, and has been featured on radio, television, and print around the world. Kathryn has an MBA in International Marketing Management, a BA in Psychology, is a proud auntie and grateful daughter, and currently lives in Reno, NV with her dog Yoda.