Joshua M. Garrin, Ph.D., CPT, CHC, CBCS
Joshua Garrin holds a Ph.D. in health psychology, an M.S. in cognitive psychology. Following the completion of his doctorate in 2014, Joshua was the recipient of Walden University's Harold L. Hodgkinson Award for Outstanding Dissertation Research for his inquiry on health beliefs, outcome expectancies, and stress appraisal in college seniors. As a health psychologist, Joshua's interest center on the intrinsic motives that underlie sustained health behavior change-seven of which serve as a the conceptual framework discussed in his upcoming book, "The I-Way to Well: Mapping the Seven Selves of Health Motivation", scheduled for an early-2017 release. As a fitness professional, Joshua has deep appreciation for educating others on the acute responses and chronic adaptations to physical exercise. And as a "motivation machinist", Joshua's infatuation with innate, self-sustaining forms of motivation keeps him on a continual quest to re-envision the journey to optimal health and wellbeing.