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Along with his fee for service, Donald Crowe, Ph.D., provides free psychotherapy services for people without homes within the Oakland Diocese of the Catholic Church. Dr. Crowe also teaches a course titled "The How of Happiness" through which he encourages people to concentrate their efforts on utilizing their natural strengths (such as kindness) rather than weaknesses (such as over-thinking problems) to gain contentment. In addition, Dr. Crowe encourages participants to focus on the present and to ground their lives in gratitude.
Donald Crowe, Ph.D., practices these techniques in his own life, as well, giving freely of his time to a number of organizations. Passionate about photography, Dr. Crowe volunteers as a photographer for the Pets for Vets program. He also serves as a volunteer photographer for Heartsent Adoptions, Inc., a nonprofit international adoption agency. This cause is particularly important to Dr. Crowe; he and his wife adopted their daughter, now 9 years old, from Guatemala when she was a baby.
Dr. Crowe earned his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Wake Forest University, and went on to earn his Master's and Ph.D. from North Carolina State University in Raleigh. Along with professional and community service activities, Donald Crowe, Ph.D., plays racquetball, swims, hunts, and fishes. His family enjoys working together to train Labrador dogs for American Kennel Club field trials.