Dan Guerra is a psychologist, educator, executive coach, playback theatre actor, author, and public speaker. He has coached hundreds of managers at top companies across the globe in leadership skills that include gaining personal awareness, influencing, and learning better self-management to be more effective leaders.
Dr. Guerra brings nearly twenty years of experience and distinguished academic accreditation to his work. He received a B.A. in psychology with an emphasis in behavioral and neuroscience research from Franklin & Marshall College, and completed his Masters and Doctorate degrees in clinical psychology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He has completed a certificate program with the Executive Coach Academy in New York City, is certified in the WholeBrain Creativity NBITM, the Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator (MBTI), the Bar-on Emotional Quotient-Inventory (EQ-i), and the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI).
He is also a member of Village Playback Theatre, a form of theatre that since the 1970s has used improvisation to reenact the personal stories of those often underserved and underrepresented including the mentally ill, prison populations, and those who have experienced social injustice.