Dr. Donna Rockwell is a licensed clinical psychologist in New York City and Farmington Hills, Michigan. She is a leading mindfulness meditation teacher, specialist in celebrity mental health, and an activist in contemporary humanistic psychology. Dr. Rockwell is President-elect of the Society for Humanistic Psychology, Division 32 of the American Psychological Association for 2018, and is on the editorial boards of the Journal of Humanistic Psychology and The Humanistic Psychologist. She serves on the advisory boards of the Krame Center for Contemplative Studies and Mindful Living at Ramapo College, and the Existential-Humanistic Institute. Dr. Rockwell is an adjunct faculty member at the Michigan School of Professional Psychology and Saybrook University, College of Integrative Medicine and Health Sciences, Department of Mind-Body Medicine. She is a contributor to The Huffington Post in her blog Mindfulness in Everyday Life. "Mindfulness as Therapy: How Buddhist psychology contributes to enhancing therapist efficacy and client outcomes," by Dr. Rockwell can be found in The Changing Faces of Therapy: Evolving Perspectives in Clinical Practice and Assessment (Ron Valle, Ed.), San Francisco, CA: Argosy University.