Joe Wilner is a Certified Coach Practitioner (CCP) that provides guidance and coaching for achieving academic and professional goals. He works with adolescents to adults on reaching educational goals through improving study habits and utilizing individualized learning techniques. He also provides workplace skills training focusing on stress management, efficiency training, and interpersonal skills development. He has a Masters Degree in Psychology from the University of Saint Mary and a Masters in Liberal Arts, with a concentration in management and leadership, from Baker University. Joe has been a part of positive psychology research teams through the University of Kansas studying how the trait of hope relates to performance on the GRE.
He currently teaches psychology at the University level and has experience teaching courses in critical thinking, applied psychology, business communications, and ethics. He has worked in the mental health field providing counseling and psycho-educational groups with adolescents and adults teaching stress management techniques, vocational training, and interpersonal relationship skills.