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Author - Matthew J. Grawitch
Matthew J. Grawitch, Ph.D., is a Professor within Saint Louis University’s (SLU) School for Professional Studies (SPS), the academic unit responsible for providing education to working professionals. He currently serves as the Associate Dean of Graduate and Professional Education, where he performs three primary duties. First, he guides the direction of graduate education within the school, focusing specifically on the M.A. Program in Leadership and Organizational Development and the M.S. Program in Applied Analytics. Second, he teaches courses in the areas of leadership, the healthy workplace, and evidence-based decision making. Finally, he works with the Center for Workforce and Organizational Development at SLU to oversee assessment and consultation services for client organizations.
Dr. Grawitch conducts most of his research in the areas of stress and the healthy workplace and currently serves as the primary research consultant to the American Psychological Association’s (APA) Psychologically Healthy Workplace Program. He is dedicated to bridging the gap between scientists and practitioners as it relates to developing, implementing, and evaluating programs related to workplace well-being and stress. He is a frequent writer and presenter on psychological health in the workplace.