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Becoming Whole: A Healing Companion to Help Untangle Your Heart

Six years ago I set out to write a book, devoted to healing the tangled lives of people who feel emotional distress that just won’t go away. That dream will soon become a reality as,Becoming Whole: A Healing Companion to Help Untangle Your Heart, will be published later this year to provide you a roadmap to untangle your own life, and the lives of those you love.
The lessons that I’ve learned in treating thousands of patients over 37 years of practice have been distilled into “Sessions” with me, written as if you were actively in treatment in my office. Each of our interactive sessions is written in an easy-to-read format, and is illustrated by the story of a patient who was successfully treated (disguised to preserve their confidentiality). Numerous workbooks provide a method to identify, understand, and end the patterns that sabotage your happiness.
Becoming Whole: A Healing Companion to Help Untangle Your Heart, will debut in the self-help genre in Spring 2017, with availability at quality booksellers most everywhere. We’ll be sure to provide links to merchants who sell the book. Be sure to subscribe to our mailing list and weekly self-help “untangle tips” so that you’re among the first to know about the release of the book into general availability.
Read what reviewers who previewed the book have to say, by clicking here

A Sneak Peek

I’m also excited to announce that website visitors will be able to preview the book by receiving Chapter One for free. I look forward to reading your comments, and eagerly anticipate your feedback.  Click the button below to receive your free sample.
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