Silicon Valley College Professor.
Author. Public Speaker. Trail Runner.
(And semi-retired jazz vocalist.)
*Latest News: The Happiness Habit is now available for your eBook reader. Winter ’16 quarter at De Anza college has begun. If you are a student looking for your class website, email me directly. You will not find links to current classes here. I will be teaching The Psychology of Happiness at John F. Kennedy University beginning 2/6.
Workshops & Talks
Schedule Javy to provide an entertaining, inspiring, and informative talk/workshop on creativity or authentic happiness.
Learn about creativity or the psychology of happiness by listening to one of Javy’s several radio interviews.
If you live in the SF Bay Area, enroll in one of Javy’s college courses in creativity, happiness, philosophy, consciousness studies, and more.
Articles for Transcending the Ordinary
Learn about transcending the ordinary world by reading one of Javy’s online articles on creativity and the psychology of happiness from his blog.
Authentic Happiness in Seven Emails
“What a beautiful gift—four simple steps that can end what is so often, and for so many, a futile quest for a truly happy life…This is a simple, practical guide for anyone who’s searching for that elusive state called true happiness.” – John McGrail, Ph.D. Therapist and author of The Synthesis Effect
“The discoveries contained herein will make an essential addition to the toolbox, of not only mental health clinicians, but to any individual who seeks the essentials of a happy life.” – Donald Lynch, Ph.D. Professor of Psychology at Unity College
The Power of Thinking Differently
“This easy-to-read work presents instructions, anecdotes, and the findings from many fields to bypass the self-limiting notion that creativity only falls to geniuses and artists. Learn how to think not only more effectively, but altogether differently in service to your own spark of creativity.” – Psychology professor and author Craig Chalquist PhD
“Javy Galindo shows us how to… touch that place of wonder and curiosity so prevalent in childhood. This book gives us up to date tools and understanding…” Clinical psychologist and author Sylvia Lafair PhD