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Guy Winch

Dr. Guy Winch is an American psychologist and a leading advocate for integrating the science of emotional health into various aspects of modern life. He is the author of several mental health books, which have been translated into multiple languages. Throughout his career, he has passionately championed that emotional well-being is as crucial as physical health and deserves equal attention and care.

Guy Winch earned a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from New York University. He completed post-doctoral work at NYU Medical Center, joined the American Psychological Association, and established a thriving private practice. Driven to bridge the gap between psychological research and practical application, he made it a weekly ritual to delve into research journals, extracting relevant insights to share with his patients.

Drawing from years of practical experience, he authored Emotional First Aid: Healing Rejection, Guilt, Failure, and Other Everyday Hurts (2013), which provided readers with science-based strategies to address emotional challenges.

Dr. Winch's career took a tipping point when he conceptualized a book exploring the psychology of complaining. His idea caught the attention of a literary agent at a holiday party, leading to the publication of The Squeaky Wheel: Complaining the Right Way to Get Results, Improve Your Relationships and Enhance Self-Esteem (2017). The success of this endeavor inspired him to contribute even more to the field of popular psychology.

His first TED Talk, Why We All Need to Practice Emotional First Aid, garnered over 12 million views and resonated with a global audience. This talk underscored the importance of emotional hygiene and marked the beginning of his role as a prominent voice in advocating for emotional health awareness.

His subsequent TED Talk, How to Fix a Broken Heart, resonated with millions, leading to the publication of How to Fix a Broken Heart (2018). Dr. Winch's insights, expressed through his TED Talks and advice column "Dear Guy" on TED's platform, have collectively reached over 30 million viewers and readers worldwide.

Guy Winch's influence extends beyond the realm of academia and public speaking. He co-hosts the podcast "Dear Therapists" with Lori Gottlieb, exploring the complexities of psychological well-being.

Additionally, his involvement with Alma, a community of therapists, coaches, and wellness professionals, and his role as Chief Strategic Officer for Relationship Circles at Circles, a microtargeted support group platform, demonstrates his dedication to advancing emotional health within various contexts.

In recognition of his expertise, Dr. Winch was invited to 10 Downing Street to offer recommendations on policies to enhance emotional and mental health in the UK. His insights continue to be sought after by corporate entities, such as Lipton and Apellis Pharmaceuticals Inc., and individuals seeking to navigate the challenges of the modern world.

Dr. Guy Winch remains at the forefront of the movement to promote emotional health. His unwavering commitment to bridging the gap between science and practical application, and his dedication to addressing the emotional challenges of our time, highlights his profound impact on individuals, organizations, and society at large.

Dr. Guy Winch lives in New York.

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