Jonathan Alpert is a psychotherapist, columnist, executive coach and author in Manhattan.
As a psychotherapist, he counsels everyone from couples to individuals, professional entertainers and athletes to the general public. Alpert’s direct, no nonsense approach has helped countless patients overcome a wide range of challenges including anxiety, time and stress management, relationship issues, and career/workplace concerns to go on to achieve success. He discussed this approach in his critically acclaimed 2012 New York Times Opinion piece, “In Therapy Forever? Enough Already.” This article continues to be debated and garner international attention.
Alpert is frequently interviewed by major media outlets including national TV, newspapers, magazines, and radio. He has appeared on the Today Show, CNN, FOX, Good Morning America and more, discussing current events, mental health, hard news stories, celebrities/politicians, as well as lifestyle and hot-button issues. He also appeared in the 2010 Oscar-winning documentary, “Inside Job” in which he comments on the financial crisis.
With unique insight into how people think and their motivations, Alpert helps clients develop their brands and strengthen their presence. Alpert has also been a spokesperson for major companies including Liberty Mutual insurance where he worked on multiple campaigns; the first to promote safe-driving, the second to help people maximize their time and achieve a healthier balance in their lives. He was consulted by the NutriBullet company as an expert in stress management and appeared in their infomercial.
Jonathan’s book BE FEARLESS: Change Your Life in 28 Days was published by Center Street /Hachette in 2012 and has also been translated into six languages worldwide. Alpert continues to provide advice to the masses through his Huffington Post and Inc.com columns.