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Daniel E. Rosin (Ph.D.)

Dan Rosin is a 5 decade veteran of teaching, counselling, therapy, research and training. Dan taught public school for 20 years, completed his doctorate and worked as a therapist and workshop facilitator for the Manitoba Teachers' Society (13,500 educators) for 18 years. Responsibilities included: counselling, family therapy, workshop consultation and facilitation (stress and wellness programs).

Previous work experiences include: Family Counsellor at Interfaith Pastoral Centre; Counsellor at Klinic- Community Health Centre; Facilitator of "Insight" groups and family therapy - Community Mental Health Unit, Misericordia Hospital, Edmonton; Instructor at the University of Manitoba (10 years); Facilitator of Wellness Workshops at Universities of Manitoba, Winnipeg and Brandon as well as at The National Wellness Conference (Stevens' Point, WI); Co-founder - The Manitoba Transactional Analysis Association; Founder - The Wellness Association of Manitoba (WAM) and founder - The Planned Action for Wellness Association (PAW); Co-founder and Administrative Director of The Interlake Festival (summer theatre). He founded the “50's Project” that for over a decade featured the group songs of the 1950's.

Dan presently works as independent contractor in an EAP with an emphasis on counselling/therapy with couples. He has written two books, "Finding Balance” and “Communication and Relationships”. Married, a father of two and grandfather of two, he loves walking and working at the gym, golf, writing, singing jazz, and animals.