Alexandra Delis-Abrams, Ph.D., aka The Attitude Doc or The Doc, has established a product line that helps to promote the benefits of attitude awareness and healing.
Her most recent book, Attitudes, Beliefs and Choices, is an exceptional resource that is designed to enhance your personal journey and obtain a positive attitude.
As a psychologist, Dr. Alexandra became aware of the lack of feelings awareness materials available to help children acquire a feelings vocabulary. In 1987, she founded and became president of ABC Feelings, an educational corporation dedicated to the emotional well-being of children and adults through the development and international distribution of emotional awareness. This award-winning product line is distributed to the four corners of the globe, encouraging adults and children to use these greatly needed communication tools.
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In addition, Dr. Alexandra has established an Attitude Adjustments Consultation practice in Sun Valley, ID, where she assists clients and workshop guests to implement personal change for growth and happiness.
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Dr. Alexandra offers seminars, workshops and transformational talks. Whether she is exploring feelings in a classroom, presenting a keynote address, counseling a client or holding an online seminar, she radiates a positive and fun, sincere and inspiring message through her words and presence.
Alexandra Delis-Abrams, Ph.D., is an Advanced Holistic Health Practitioner, Fellow to the American Institute of Stress, member of the Association for Transpersonal Psychology, and adjunct faculty at Boise State University. She is also a certified Laughter Yoga Teacher.
For more information on how to book The Attitude Doc to speak at your next meeting, training luncheon, or event, download the following media kit. It includes Dr. Alexandra Delis-Abrams’ biography, testimonials, a list of past keynotes, and more! Download media kit
Alexandra Delis-Abrams, Ph.D. presenting the award-winning documentary, Journey To A Hate Free Millenium at Boise State University.