Dr. Sayyed Mohsen Fatemi (PhD, University of British Columbia, 2003, postdoctoral researcher, Harvard University, 2009-2013) is a fellow in the department of psychology at Harvard University and works on mindfulness and its psychological implications for cross-cultural, clinical, and social psychology.
He is a frequently published author and has been the keynote speaker of numerous international conferences.
His publications appear in Springer, Wiley, Cambridge University Press, and Oxford University Press, and Journals such as APA’s Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology. His new book on psychology of language will be published by Routledge in New York, and he has new publications forthcoming with the American Psychiatric Association, Macmillan Palgrave, and Lexington.
In addition to teaching at Harvard, he has taught psychology at the University of British Columbia, Western Washington University, University of Massachusetts in Boston, and University of Toronto.
He brings mindfulness in his psychological and therapeutic interventions and has run training and coaching programs for clinicians, practitioners, and corporate people in North America, Europe, and abroad.
He is presently working on the clinical implications of mindfulness for anxiety and stress management.
Contributions to HumansandNature.org:
Mindful Morality in Langerian Mindfulness
A response to “Mind and morality: Where do they meet?”
- The Langer Mindfulness Institute
Learn more about Dr. Fatemi’s work on mindfulness.