Jonathan Alpert

Psychotherapist, executive performance coach, and author of Be Fearless: Change Your Life in 28 Days. Twitter: @JonathanAlpert

https://www.jonathanalpert.com
Jonathan Alpert is a psychotherapist, columnist, performance coach and author in Manhattan. As a psychotherapist, he has helped countless couples and individuals overcome a wide range of challenges and go on to achieve success. He discussed his results-oriented approach in his 2012 New York Times Opinion piece, “In Therapy Forever? Enough Already”, which continues to be debated and garner international attention. Alpert is frequently interviewed by major TV, print and digital media outlets and has appeared on the Today Show, CNN, FOX, and Good Morning America discussing current events, mental health, hard news stories, celebrities/politicians, as well as lifestyle and hot-button issues. He appears in the 2010 Oscar-winning documentary, Inside Job commenting on the financial crisis. With his unique insight into how people think and their motivations, Alpert helps clients develop and strengthen their brands. He has been a spokesperson for NutriBullet, Liberty Mutual insurance, and Enterprise Rent-A-Car. Jonathan’s 2012 book BE FEARLESS: Change Your Life in 28 Days has been translated into six languages worldwide. Alpert continues to provide advice to the masses through his Inc.com, Huffington Post, and Thrive columns. @JonathanAlpert
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Suze Orman’s Tips on How to Fearlessly Succeed in the Face of Adversity

by Jonathan Alpert
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Are You Facing Burnout at Work?

by Jonathan Alpert
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How to Finally Stop Procrastination in Its Tracks

by Jonathan Alpert
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6 Ways to Protect Yourself When Your Boss Takes Credit For Your Brilliant Ideas

by Jonathan Alpert
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Dear Confidence, Where Are You?

by Jonathan Alpert
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7 Things To Think About Before Dating a Coworker

by Jonathan Alpert
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7 Ways Not to Drive Yourself or Others Crazy While You Plan Your Wedding

by Jonathan Alpert
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If You Want to Worry Less, Set Aside Some Worry Time. (Seriously)

by Jonathan Alpert
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Why You Should Get Comfortable with the Uncomfortable

by Jonathan Alpert
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Why Small Vacations Are Better Stress-Busters Than Long Ones

by Jonathan Alpert
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What to Do If You (or Someone You Know) Feels Suicidal

by Jonathan Alpert
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4 Simple Ways to Reframe Your Fear

by Jonathan Alpert
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How Recent Grads Can Find Happiness at Work

by Jonathan Alpert
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Why Shorter Vacations Are More Effective at Reducing Your Stress

by Jonathan Alpert
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10 Things You Can Start Doing Right Now to Save Time

by Jonathan Alpert
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How to Fearlessly Face Your Next Challenge

by Jonathan Alpert
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A Psychotherapist Shares 7 Simple Things You Should Do Every Morning

by Jonathan Alpert
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8 Ways to Stay Calm Before Your Wedding Day

by Jonathan Alpert
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5 Questions to Help You Decide Which Friendships Are Unhealthy

by Jonathan Alpert
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Why You Should Learn to Let Go of a Grudge

by Jonathan Alpert
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The 12 Habits of Incredibly Happy People

by Jonathan Alpert
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8 Smart Ways to Conquer Your Tax Season Anxiety (You're Not Alone)

by Jonathan Alpert
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These Are the Devastating Effects That a Lack of Sleep Has on Your Mind and Body

by Jonathan Alpert
Technology and Humanity//

Why We Need to Start Looking Up From Our Phones

by Jonathan Alpert

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