Jonathan Alpert
 

“Defy the norm, be curious, and don’t accept the status quo.”

– Jonathan Alpert

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Jonathan Alpert is a fearless psychotherapist, performance coach, consultant, columnist, and author who deeply understands the problems his clients face.

It’s possible to have the life you want and deserve, and Jonathan wants you to have it now.

 

JONATHAN WORKS WITH HIGH-PERFORMANCE INDIVIDUALS TO:


✓ ACHIEVE WORK-LIFE BALANCE
✓ AVOID WORK BURN-OUT
✓ UNLOCK THEIR TRUE POTENTIAL
✓ OPTIMIZE PERFORMANCE.

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Psychotherapist

As a psychotherapist, Jonathan has helped countless clients overcome a wide range of challenges including anxiety, depression, stress, sexual problems, and relationship issues. He also helps clients with time and stress management, and career advancement (job interviewing, negotiating, conflict resolution) to go on to achieve success.

Expert Commentator

Frequently tapped by some of the biggest media outlets in the world – including print, digital, radio and TV – Jonathan comments on everything from current events, mental health, hard news, celebrities/politicians, to lifestyle and hot-button issues. He has appeared on the Today Show, CNN, FOX, Good Morning America, and many local TV outlets. You can watch Jonathan commenting about the financial crisis in the 2010 Oscar-winning documentary, Inside Job and also the 2015 National Geographic Channel’s docu-series, The 2000’s: A New Reality. Additionally, he appeared in the TLC TV show, “My Strange Addiction.”

Author and Columnist

Jonathan’s book BE FEARLESS: Change Your Life in 28 Days was first published in the U.S. by Center Street in 2012, with a revised paperback edition in 2019, and has also been published in the United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, Brazil, Portugal, China, Taiwan, and Japan.

Jonathan continues to provide advice to the masses through his Inc.com, ThriveGlobal, and Huffington Post columns.

Spokesperson and Corporate Consultant

With his unique insight into how people think and their motivations, Jonathan helps corporate clients develop and strengthen their brands. He has worked with NutriBullet, Liberty Mutual Insurance, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, and he sits on the advisory board of Marpac, the world’s leading manufacturer of white noise machines.

Jonathan can also help you train your employees to shake off stress, communicate effectively, and deal with conflict with poise and grace. He has worked with C-level executives and entrepreneurs, as well as recent hires, and he can craft a workshop and training tailored to your needs.

Education and Professional Experience

Jonathan holds an advanced degree in psychology from Ferkauf School of Psychology on the Albert Einstein Medical campus of Yeshiva University and is licensed in New York, Pennsylvania, and Washington, D.C. Before going into private practice, Alpert worked in a hospital emergency department, academia, a corporate setting, and did a brief stint at the FBI.

Professional License Information

New York: #000070-01
District of Columbia: PRC14007
Pennsylvania: PC002275

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I’ve been there.

Like many, I was once filled with fear — fear that caused me to get stuck and miss out on what I really wanted out of life. Most of my clients have struggled with fear. We’ve all been where you are right now.

• Fear of failure
• Fear of rejection
• Fear of change
• Fear of not pleasing others
• Fear of public speaking

Countless clients told me about the years they’d already spent in therapy to get better —therapy that had only caused them to become more fearful rather than less. It was the same with various books and programs they had tried. Nothing had worked. It was a shame, and it wasn’t their fault.

I wrote my book BE FEARLESS: Change Your Life in 28 Days and developed my psychotherapy practice out of a deep desire to help others. And out of frustration with what didn’t work.

Fearlessly, I addressed this frustration and discussed my results-oriented approach in my 2012 New York Times Opinion piece, “In Therapy Forever? Enough Already”, which continues to be debated and garner international attention.