PTPRS Consulting Founder & CEO.

Roberto Sacripanti

PTPRS Consulting Founder & CEO

https://www.ptprsconsulting.com/

Roberto Sacripanti is the founder and CEO of PTPRS Consulting, a former research trainee at Harvard Medical School, and the author of Preventing Pathology Through a Mathematical Analysis (SJPH). In January 2019, after helping 500+ students, he turned PTPRS from a hybrid online mentorship platform for students into a business-to-costumer STEM venture tackling mental health in academics with the mission of preventing stress, anxiety, and overwhelm through social-emotional learning and brain mastery.

Originally from Italy, he moved to San Diego, CA in 2014, attending Grossmont College. In June 2019, he graduated from the University of Massachusetts-Boston, with a B.S. in biology, and he attained his CORe credentials in Business Analytics, Financial Accounting, and Economics, from Harvard Business School Online. In August 2019, he earned a role as a consultant for renowned productivity and study expert, Dr. Pinesett, MD, MPH.

His research contribution in the scientific field has been published in journals such as the Stanford Journal of Public Health, American Heart Association, and STEM Cells Translational Medicine.

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Learning should not take its toll on your mental health. Photo by Ben White on Unsplash.
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A Quick Overview About Social and Emotional Learning.

by Roberto Sacripanti
Take control of your own stress and not vice-versa. Photo by Aarón Blanco Tejedor on Unsplash.
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4 Proven Techniques to Decrease Stress, according to the American Institute of Stress.

by Roberto Sacripanti
Even ATMs are doing their part to promote social distancing. Photo by Hello I'm Nik on Unsplash.
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3 Simple Ways to Guard Your Mental Health While Social Distancing.

by Roberto Sacripanti
A clean and organized environment can help to improve your productivity. Photo by Domenico Loia on Unsplash.
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Improve Your Productivity With These Simple Steps.

by Roberto Sacripanti
Fuel your body and mind: breathe more, stress less. Photo by Tim Goedhart on Unsplash.
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4 Ways to Improve Your Mental Health in This #StayAtHome Period

by Roberto Sacripanti
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