Dr. Anindita Ganguly is a licensed clinical psychologist and Assistant Professor in the Clinical Psychology faculty at The American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University | Southern California (ASPP, Southern California). Her primary research interest is regarding integration of spirituality and positive psychology and she is currently working with Dr. Anne Swanson-Leadbetter at Argosy University on effects of transformational models of change on positive psychology measures. Dr. Ganguly did her predoctoral work at Kaiser Permanente at Woodland Hills and Reseda, and at the Switzer Center. She completed a one year postdoctoral fellowship working with children and adolescents at the Switzer center. Dr. Ganguly has also previously taught as an adjunct professor at Loma Linda University, and the California School of Professional Psychology-Los Angeles at Alliant International University. She spent five years after licensure working at the San Bernardino County-Children System of Care (CSOC), providing assessment, treatment planning and placement of high risk children and adolescents in group homes. After CSOC, Dr. Ganguly worked for another five years in the outpatient community mental health clinic at San Bernardino County providing psychological services to diverse children, adolescents, adults and their families. She also functioned as an adjunct supervisor for psychology interns at San Bernardino County, Department of Behavioral Health (American Psychological Association (APA) Approved Psychology Internship program).