What follows are a selection of talks I have recently encountered and thought I'd share with you -- I hope you enjoy them! 

(1) Andrew Solomon, author of " The Noonday Demon: An Atlas of Depression ," " Far from the Tree: Parents, Children, and the Search for Identity ," and " Far and Away: Reporting from the Brink of Change ," movingly describes his personal struggle with depression in this presentation
(2)  Dr. Leslie Carr discusses the common misconceptions of psychotherapy and what, in her view, therapy ultimately offers. 
(3) In this talk, an economist characterizes how creativity can be gleaned from the experience of frustration.

(4) Wharton professor and researcher Adam Grant discusses "original" thinkers
(5) The founders of this philanthropic site believe in the persevering impact of giving on the giver. 

James Tobin, Ph.D., PSY 22074 | 949-338-4388 | jt@jamestobinphd.com