Dr. Kristina Hallett is a Board-Certified Clinical Psychologist, TEDx Speaker, and Associate Professor of Psychology at Bay Path University with over 25 years of experience working with organizations and individuals. She is a two-time alumna of the Speaker Salon and two-time member Speaker Who Dares. She is represented by A-Speakers, an international speaker bureau and spends her time traveling around the world sharing information on resilience, harnessing the positive power of stress, self-compassion, and radical self-care. She offers a fresh look at our commonly held beliefs about well-being, serving as a catalyst for change by inviting shifts in mindset, perspective and everyday practices.
Dr. Hallett is the co-founder of a brand-new charitable foundation – ABAR Suffield, Inc., spreading the word on anti-bias, anti-racist community actions. From working with veterans and first responders, to creating a first-time local PRIDE event, to dipping her toe into politics with an endorsement for the Suffield Police Commission, she is dedicated to making a difference and supporting dignity and respect for all people.
Dr. Hallett is the author of three international best-sellers: Own Best Friend: Eight Steps to a Life of Purpose, Passion, and Ease; Be Awesome: Banish Burnout, Create Motivation from the Inside Out, and the Trauma Treatment Toolbox for Teens, as well as hosting the popular podcast Be Awesome – Celebrating Mental Health and Wellness. She is active in the Leadership Institute for Women in Psychology, the National Speakers Association, and the American Psychological Association and is frequently featured on national platforms such as NBC, U.S. News and World Report, MindBodyGreen, Reader’s Digest, and the American Psychological Association.