Dr. Elizabeth Reyes-Fournier attended Loyola Marymount University and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Arts in Counseling. She earned her doctorate in Psychology from Keiser University with her research in Positive Psychology in the areas of meaning. She has more than 25 years of experience working with families, couples and children as well as addiction. As a clinical director, she has lead Federal programs in the treatment of substance abuse and mental health. State programs have implemented her anger management programs designed for children. Elizabeth has served as expert witness on numerous legal cases, appeared on the Telemundo network, and has frequented the Miami affiliate for National Public Radio. Dr. Reyes-Fournier co-wrote and published a book titled “Dysaffirmations: Because this kind of stupid takes work”, which takes Viktor Frankl’s theory of paradoxical intentions and provides the readers dysfunctional affirmations.