I am married and I have been for forty-two years. And we have four children. Two girls and two boys. I love working with people.
Psychologist in orlando, FL
Have at least thirteen years experience working with teens, and adults with Anger Control Issues. Have also written a 12 step un-published manuscript regarding Anger Management.
I have forty-two years of academic and personal knowledge regarding marriage. What it takes to get Married and how to stay Married. ( written unpublished) I also have the personal experience of making a decision to divorce and to experiencing many variables of being divorced. I also have the experience of re-marring the same person, while experiencing many of the statistical warnings about re-marrying the same person. I also have a reservoir of personal aftermaths of making such a decision.
For when my parents were not acting nor doing the right things. My grandmother was the hero in my life, and though she has since gone. I will forever honor her and those who are truly “GREAT and GRAND as PARENTS”. I SAY “THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE!” I completed my Master Thesis on: What is the experience of the Elderly WHO are alone? My Ph.D. Dissertation: What is the experience of those sixty-five and older?
Art Therapy is a form of therapy that presents an effort for the client to move pass surface issues and toward the main focus. Clients do not have be Artist rather he/she should just be willing too draw.
In Cognitive Behavioral Therapy oftentimes negative thoughts and undesired behaviors are the issues clients struggle with. Cognitive therapy allows the therapist to challenge many of these thoughts and patterns in an effort to alter a client's: sometimes behavior, thought patterns and/or mood.
Anger management is a 12 week module that is offered weekly. After the client has completed twelve sessions the client will earn a certificate of completion. This Anger management module can be taught with six to eight clients or individually. Each session cost $25 or a flat rate of $250.
Comes from the thought that: The way I am today may stem from the way I was raised, treated, or experienced the world namely as a child. I like to pay attention to and point out possible links that parents, ones' environment and/or through ones' vicarious learning (various imprints have engraved) and/or attached our blank infantile slate.