Diane V. Cirincione, Ph.D.
Diane V. Cirincione, Ph.D. is a former postdoctoral clinical researcher at Langley Porter Psychiatric Institute at the University of California, San Francisco. In addition to a Masters in Counseling Psychology and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, she also has expertise and her B.S. Degree in Organizational Behavior. Dr. Cirincione is an internationally known lecturer and author as well as an entrepreneur with business experience in the corporate world as well as her own companies.
Currently Dr. Cirincione serves on the Board of Trustees of the California Institute of Integral Studies, the Board of Directors of the Unstoppable Foundation, the World Business Academy, Mo-DV, Inc., and H2Clipper. She is President of the Jampolsky Outreach Foundation, a non-profit responding to worldwide requests to introduce and mentor culturally appropriate adaptations of Attitudinal Healing, integrating this innovative, time tested psycho-social-spiritual model into every aspect of daily life. As Co-Founder with Dr. Gerald Jampolsky, she currently serves as Executive Director of Attitudinal Healing International (AHI), an educational, logistics, and support non-profit organization working with and mentoring Attitudinal Healing Centers, Groups, and Development Projects globally.
Invited to lecture and consult in 61 countries as well as throughout the United States, Dr. Cirincione has lectured in the following areas: psychology, mental health, dealing with worry, stress, and fear in chaotic and changing times, Attitudinal Healing, forgiveness, loss, grief, death and other life transitions, Practical Spirituality, healing relationships, and education and business as they affect both our personal and professional lives. She has appeared on hundreds of national and international television and radio shows throughout the years. She continues to work cross-culturally and globally. While working with and learning from people worldwide, she has been the recipient of numerous international awards.
Dr. Cirincione is the author of Sounds of the Morning Sun and The Identification of Relationships Between Women Witnessing Spousal Abuse in Childhood and Psychological Symptomatic Distress in Adulthood. She is co-author of Love Is The Answer; Wake-Up Calls; A Mini Course for Life; Change Your Mind, Change Your Life; Simple Thoughts That Can Change Your Life; Finding Our Way Home; Aging with Attitude; and for children, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes.
Ph.D. Clinical Psychology
M.A. Counseling Psychology
B.S. Organizational Behavior