Danielle Casioppo is a National Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach, a certified yoga teacher, and meditation instructor. She brings over 10 years of experience creating and delivering transformational programs that enrich the well-being of participants. Danielle earned a B.A. in Psychology and an M.S. in Applied Psychology, while working full time. Subsequently she completed foundational course work in Positive Psychology with the University of Pennsylvania and through the New York certificate in Applied Positive Psychology program. Danielle is one of 15 international charter certified Mindfulness-Based Strengths Practice (MBSP) instructors and a proud faculty member with the VIA Institute on Character. She's also a certified instructor of Mental Health First Aid, which she teaches along with MBSP and other positive psychology-based programs, as well as yoga and meditation, at Yale University where she is the Education Specialist and Coordinator with Being Well at Yale. In addition, Danielle is a well-received speaker conducting presentations on various well-being topics in the community. In 2020, she contributed to the Journal of Positive Psychology’s special issue on joy with her article, The Cultivation of Joy: Practices from the Buddhist tradition, positive psychology, and yogic philosophy (2019). Additionally, she has been featured in various articles on joy, gratitude, yoga, and well-being, in USA Today, India Currents, and in numerous local publications.
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