Simon Weissenberger

Ph.D. in Medical Psychology and Psychopathology First Faculty of Medicine, Charles Univiersity 

MA in Clinical Counseling Psychology LaSalle University 

BS in Psychology  University of Maryland University College 

Simon Weissenberger is a psychologist, researcher and educator from a bicultural background (Italian-American), with a strong passion for self-knowledge and discovery. His primary focus of reasearch is adult ADHD, its connection to time perception along with its relations to the modern age of distractions. He is currently coordinating Philip Zimbardo's Heroic Imagination Project in the Czech Republic with the aims of spreading the message of self-improvement and compassion to make the world a better place. He is a strong advocate of  existential philosophy, pragmatism  combined with the scientific approach to research. 

 Areas of expertise in psychology include social psychology, personality psychology as well as cultural and cross cultural psychology. Some of his passions include nature, art and spiritual practices aimed at elevating human consciousness.  His personal goals include  expanding liberty, creating every day heroes and encouraging positive deviance to make the world a better place. He encourages critical thinking along with open mindedness, and a pragmatic approach to psychology to make it as useful as possible in real life.

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