Becoming Whole: A Healing Companion to Ease Emotional Pain and Find Self-Love
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Ease Emotional Pain. End Aloneness. Find Self-Love.℠
Filled with warmth, empathy, and hope, Becoming Whole systematically teaches you how to ease emotional pain in your life and in the lives of those you care about. Powerfully illustrated by ”Sessions”—stories of patients in treatment—and for the first time unveiling what goes on inside the heart and mind of a psychotherapist as they heal a patient’s tangled heart, Becoming Whole is devoted to helping:
• Someone suffering from emotional distress that just won’t go away
• Patients in treatment who have not fully recovered
• Anyone wanting to improve their love relations
Insightful, powerful, and revealing, Becoming Whole is not only a healing companion, but a valuable life companion as well.
Proceeds from your purchase of this book will be used to directly help victims of child abuse.
Praise for Becoming Whole
“Becoming Whole is best described as a ‘pocket therapist.’ Weaving together self-help, psychotherapy, and medication, this book is a must-read for anyone striving to create a more fulfilling life.”
—Harry L. Leider, M.D., MBA, Chief Medical Officer of Walgreens
“Becoming Whole gave my family game-changing, life-saving strategies. Dr. Kehr delivers on his promise to be a healing companion. The book is destined to become a classic.”
—Mary LoVerde, Hall of Fame speaker and author of I Used to Have a Handle on Life but It Broke
“Becoming Whole feels so personal, as if I’m sitting and talking with the doctor in his office. I love the vivid, real cases in which we can find ourselves, and the step-by-step tactics to do something. It’s an emotional, visual, and auditory feast. My brain is on fire with new energy about what it means to be human.”
—Scott Halford, Emmy Award Winning Writer and Producer and Best-Selling Author of Activate Your Brain
“This book is invaluable for anyone seeking solace from pain.”
—Leslie D. Michelson, Author of The Patient’s Playbook
Start Feeling Better Right Away
Life can be painful. Ridding ourselves of the enduring emotional pain in our hearts may feel unattainable. However, you no longer have to face this challenge alone: Becoming Whole: A Healing Companion to Ease Emotional Pain and Find Self-Love will be at your side.
My name is Dr. Bruce Kehr, and as a psychiatrist and physician, my lifelong mission has been to help my patients ease emotional pain, end aloneness, and find self-love. After over four decades of helping patients heal, I’d like to offer the same benefits to you. If you or a loved one feels emotional pain or distress, please know: You are not alone.
I’ve been helping people just like you lead happier, healthier lives for over 40 years. My proven system will help you ease emotional pain, end aloneness, and find self-love starting today.
It is never too late to begin the journey toward becoming the person you are meant to be. I want to help you get there—and I want to help those in desperate need of help get there too. That’s why $1.00 from your purchase will be donated to directly help victims of child abuse.
About the Author
Author and national award-winning psychiatrist Bruce Alan Kehr, MD, is the founder and president of Potomac Psychiatry (PotomacPsychiatry.com) since 1981. Washingtonian magazine awarded him their Top Doctor designation from 2012 to 2017. In 2016, the magazine named him The Face of Psychiatry in their ”Faces of Washington” issue. Dr. Kehr serves on the Board of the Institute on Aging of the University of Pennsylvania and served as its chairman from 2006 to 2009. The readers and editors of PharmaVOICE selected him in 2007 as one of the 100 Most Inspiring and Influential Leaders in the Life Sciences Industry. He is also an Eagle Scout.
Dr. Kehr received training in psychiatry at Tufts New England Medical Center, where he was chief resident; in neuropsychiatry at the VA Boston Healthcare System—Jamaica Plain; and in psychoanalysis at the Boston Psychoanalytic Institute. He practices psychiatry and psychotherapy using the biopsychosocial model, designed to evaluate and treat the whole person by understanding each individual’s unique genetic, biological, psychological, social, and life-stage attributes.
Dr. Kehr lives in Potomac, Maryland, with his wife, Barbara, a psychotherapist. They have two daughters: Melanie, a family and immigration law attorney who represents battered and abused women and children and immigrants seeking asylum, and Lisa, a psychiatric nurse practitioner graduate student.
Weight 1 lbs Dimensions 9 x 6 x .75 in