Joshua Garrin holds a PhD in health psychology, an MS in cognitive and counseling psychology, and a BS in general psychology and journalism. Following the completion of his doctorate in 2014, Joshua was the recipient of Walden University’s Harold L. Hodgkinson Award for Outstanding Dissertation Research for his inquiry on health beliefs, outcome expectancies, and stress appraisal in college seniors. In addition, Joshua was the recipient of Walden University’s 2015 Presidential Alumni Research Dissemination Award for having published his award-winning dissertation research via multiple literary channels. In 2017, Joshua published The I-Way To Well: Mapping The Seven Selves Of Health Motivation (Motivational Press, 2017), an overview of the tools that he uses to help his clients recalibrate their motivational "compasses" for more self-determined journeys to optimal wellbeing. As a deeply compassionate psychologist, trainer, coach, and mentor, Joshua establishes a safe haven for growth and development across all stages of the learning curve. For his clients, there is nothing more empowering than experiencing the transformational shift from "I can’t" to "I can…and I will" to "I am." And for Joshua, there is nothing more rewarding. For more info visit joshuagarrinphd.com and Instagram.