May 14, 2018

Jeremy Pollack: Copywriter for Psychology & Life Coaching Blogger

In addition to being a professional copywriter since 2002, Jeremy Pollack has been a psychology researcher as well as life coach in private practice since 2009. In the field of psychology, he specializes in cognitive behavioral modification and optimization. He earned his Masters in Evolutionary Anthropology, with an emphasis in evolutionary psychology, and his Masters in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution. He was a researcher and collaborator at UCLA’s Center for Behavior, Evolution, and Culture, where he co-authored several peer-reviewed publications in the field of evolutionary psychology. He is now the lab manager of the Social Cognition and Behavior Lab at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, AZ.

Jeremy has written professionally for several mediums and brands, bringing his wealth of knowledge in psychology to digital media, including web pages, blogs, and social media. His deep knowledge and interest in the psychology of decision-making, motivation, and cognitive behavioral change have made him a highly sought-after ghostwriter and copywriter for hire in the fields of psychology, life coaching, conflict resolution, and negotiation.

Contact Compelling Content Solutions to hire Jeremy as a writer for your psychology or life coaching brand.



Relevant Work Experience

Life Coach
Inner Warrior Coaching

Conflict Resolution Specialist
Pollack Peacebuilding Systems

Cognitive Performance Trainer
Pollack Performance Systems

Research Lab Manager / Researcher
Social Cognition & Behavior Lab, Grand Canyon University (GCU)

Lead Research Assistant & Collaborator / Co-Investigator
Center for Behavior, Evolution, & Culture, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)


PhD Candidate, Psychology (Expected Graduation in 2021)
Grand Canyon University

M.A., Negotiation, Conflict Resolution, & Peacebuilding (2018)
California State University, Dominguez Hills

M.A., Evolutionary Anthropology (2016)
California State University, Fullerton

B.A., English (2001)
University of Southern California, Los Angeles