David Haddad, EdD
Professor, Counseling and Behavioral Health Department
Coordinator for the Counseling Department of the Military and Veterans Program
David Haddad, EdD, is a psychologist, consultant, and core faculty at William James College. David combines his interest in meditation and mindfulness practice with skills in Appreciative Inquiry to facilitate work with organizations that support and enhance positive relationships, high team engagement, meaningful work, and expectations for achievement. In over 30 years of practice, David has helped clients to identify and maximize their individual strengths and resources. David is the co-founder of Appreciative Action, a consulting practice focusing on strengthening the capacity of organizations interested in creating a healthier and more prosperous world community. His work focuses on helping individuals, leaders and communities further personal and organizational goals through self-reflection, leadership development, team building, program evaluation, and training. David consults to health care agencies, community mental health, higher education and non-governmental organizations (NGO's). Dr. Haddad is a member of the International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA), a Clinical Member and Approved Supervisor in The American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), and a member of the Taos Institute.