Stress is a fact of life — but it doesn’t have to be a way of life. Bestselling author, speaker, and physician, Dr. David Posen, is one of North America’s leading experts on stress mastery, work-life balance, workplace stress, resilience, and mastering change. His dynamic presentations have empowered thousands of people to take control of their lives and come out on top. Combining humour and practical analogies, Posen helps unlock the mysteries of stress and wellness.
Posen was a family physician for 17 years before devoting his time exclusively to stress management, lifestyle counseling, and psychotherapy. He is also the author of five bestselling books: Always Change a Losing Game (now in its fifth edition), Staying Afloat When Water Gets Rough, The Little Book of Stress Relief (translated into seven languages and now in its third edition), Is Work Killing You? (profiled in USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Publisher’s Weekly, The Globe and Mail, and the Winnipeg Free Press), and Authenticity.
Posen has also written articles for Canadian Living and Reader’s Digest as well as several medical journals. He wrote a weekly column on stress and lifestyle management for the popular website, www.canoe.ca, appeared several times on TV and radio stations across Canada, and has been quoted in many leading US media outlets, including US News and World Report, People, Huffington Post, Men’s Fitness, Women’s Health, Redbook, and McCall’s.
As a keynote speaker, Posen has spoken to a wide variety of audiences including education, government, business, and other professional groups. His clients have included Warner Brothers, Verizon, American Express, Ontario Crown Attorneys Association, University of California, Allstate Insurance, Hydro One, State Farm, Rogers Communications, Pfizer, Kraft, Hilton Hotels, Microsoft, Tennessee Medical Foundation, Ernst & young, CIBC, IBM, Shoppers Drugmart, and many more.