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Ed Dunkelblau

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Ed Dunkelblau PhD is a nationally known speaker on the topics of social-emotional intelligence, humor, and health. He has a master's degree in psychology and a master's degree in vocational and rehabilitation counseling from Columbia University, and a doctorate in counseling psychology is from the University of Kansas, which recently recognized him as distinguished alum.

Dunkelblau is founder of the Institute for Emotionally Intelligent Learning, an organization designed to provide programming, training and resource development for schools, corporations, and other groups on the subjects of therapeutic humor and social-emotional learning (SEL).  It supports the development of social and emotional skills, increasing the likelihood of success and satisfaction at school, work, and home. 

Dunkelblau is director of the Institute for Emotionally Intelligent Learning, past president of the Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor (AATH), and an approved supervisor for the Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. He was recently selected as a primary speaker by the US Department of Defense’s Yellow Ribbon Program.

He is the author of the laminated reference guide, Social Emotional and Character Development (SECD), published by National Professional Resources, Inc./Dude Publishing.


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Church, Ellen Booth Heilbronner, Nancy McDermott, Carrie Tiegerman, Ellenmorris
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Delloso, Angela Hoerr, Thomas Oelwein, Patricia Wolfe, Pat
DeRoche, Edward Honigsfeld, Andrea Patchin, Justin
Dieker, Lisa Hosaflook, Stephen Peek, Fran
Ditrano, Christine Hosp, John Pert, Candace
Dove, Maria Hosp, Michelle Plain, Francesca
Dunkelblau, Ed Iervolino, Constance Pompei, Vincent
Dunne, Kathy Jensen, Eric Poole, Sharon
Eaton, Mary Ann Karten, Toby Prizant, Barry
Elias, Maurice Kemp, Karen A.
Keohane, Joyce
King-Sears, Margaret E.
Kluth, Paula
Kohn, Alfie
Kolb Quinn, AnneMarie
Kolwicz, Kenneth
Kremenitzer, Janet Pickard


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