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Finding Joy & Humor During a Pandemic with David Baum, PhD, DMin

Updated: Dec 10, 2020

For more than 30 years, David has facilitated big conversations that create big change. With two doctorates—the first finding horizontal connections as a social psychologist and the second looking for vertical ones in divinity—he seeks the overlap. His why is always the same: to create connection without dots. David has worked on conflict mediation in Northern Ireland, designed walking peace meetings in the Middle East and large-scale change projects for Shell Oil, Barclays, GE and Fidelity Investments. His clients have won the Nobel Peace Prize, the Conrad Hilton Humanitarian Prize, the World Children’s Prize, the Malcolm Baldrige Award and the Clinton Global Citizen Award. He's also worked in a circus. No one has ever accused him of being boring. Contact Information:

At the salon: If we look hard enough, and try a few simple things, we can elevate our humor, sense of well being and yes joy when everything around us seems in chaos and despair. At this salon, David explored ways to bring joy and humor into our lives even during a pandemic. Based on the latest research and models we learned how to build a “joyful practice” to help take us through the winter months.

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