DAVID POSEN BIO
Dr. David Posen was a family physician for 17 years before devoting his time exclusively to stress management, lifestyle counseling and psychotherapy in 1985.
As both a keynote speaker and seminar presenter, David has spoken widely to education, government, business and professional groups across North America. His clients have included KPMG, Scotiabank, Warner Bros., University of Michigan, Ontario Ministry of Labour, Chevron, American Express, Tennessee Medical Foundation, , University of California, Great West Life, CALU, Hydro One, HRPA, Rogers Communications, Kraft, Hilton Hotels, Ontario Crown Attorneys Association, IBM, BC Association of Broadcasters, Canadian Home Builders Association, McKinsey, Texas City Management Association, Mohawk College and the Million Dollar Round Table. His areas of expertise include Stress Mastery, Work-Life Balance, Workplace Stress, and Mastering Change.
David is the best-selling author of four books, ALWAYS CHANGE A LOSING GAME, STAYING AFLOAT WHEN THE WATER GETS ROUGH, THE LITTLE BOOK OF STRESS RELIEF (translated into seven languages and now in a new 3rd edition) and IS WORK KILLING YOU? which was profiled in USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Publishers Weekly, The Globe and Mail & Winnipeg Free Press. His fifth book, AUTHENTICITY, is due out in January, 2018. His magazine articles have appeared in Canadian Living and Readers Digest as well as several medical journals. He wrote a weekly column on stress and lifestyle management for a year on the popular website www.canoe.ca. David has appeared many times on TV and radio across Canada and has been quoted in many leading U.S. media outlets such as US News & World Report, People, Huffington Post, Men’s Fitness, Women’s Health, Redbook and McCall’s,
Married with two adult children, David lives and works in Oakville, Ontario. In addition to his busy schedule of seeing patients, writing and public speaking, he is an avid reader, musician, baseball and tennis player. He played trombone in the Oakville Symphony Orchestra for nine years and now plays in the Oakville Wind Orchestra.