Dr. Sayyed Mohsen Fatemi consults and teaches all around the world about the profound benefits of Langerian Mindfulness to people’s life and work.

He has consulted and coached corporate managers and executives on the application of mindfulness to enhance a broad array of vital business skills. His work includes the development of mindful intercultural understanding, negotiation, communication, conflict resolution, influencing, team building, presentation skills, creative decision-making, and crisis management. He is a frequent keynote speaker at international management and leadership conferences and is a popular guest of multiple television and radio programs.

Dr. Sayyed Mohsen Fatemi (Ph.D., University of British Columbia, 2003, Post Doctorate, Harvard University, 2009-2013) completed his postdoctoral studies with Dr. Langer in the department of psychology at Harvard University in the areas of social, clinical, health and cross-cultural psychology with a focus on Mindfulness. He is an Associate/ Fellow and a lecturer at Harvard University and works in areas of social and cross-cultural psychology. He is a frequently published author and poet.

Dr. Fatemi also teaches in the department of psychology at the University of British Columbia. In addition to teaching at Harvard, he has also taught at the University of Massachusetts in Boston, Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis, the University of Toronto, Western Washington University, Beijing Normal University and the University of British Columbia. Dr. Fatemi’s present areas of research focus on the psychological implications of mindfulness for negotiations, media, cultural understanding and communication, creativity and leadership, persuasive and influencing skills, clinical and counseling psychology.