ýAnatomy of Attitudesý by Ph.D. David Brown

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"This book contains a collection of writings by Dr. David Brown for his students, patients and family. The unifying purpose to the collection is in turning self-defeating attitudes into those more in one's best interest.

Dr. Brown holds a Master's Degree in Counseling and a Ph.D. in Human Behavior. He is board certified by the National Academy of Certified Mental Health Counselors and the National Board of Certified Counselors. Having previously been a private practice family psychologist, and director of an adolescent drug rehab center, Dr. Brown is currently a Professor of Psychology at Hodges University in Fort Myers, Florida.

His experience stems from more than forty years of successful encounters with troubled teens, couples with marital problems, managers 'unable to cope', and individuals with substance addiction, anxiety and depression. He has lectured nationally on topics such as stress management, Rational Emotional Behavior Therapy (REBT), and the rational use of hypnosis. He has presented workshops on rational living, stress management, conflict resolution and problem solving to industrial managers, school psychologists, college students, counselors and administrators with exciting success.

This book is meant to cause human beings to think seriously about themselves and the world around them. The stories, students' comments and Doc's responses are reasons to consider the anatomy of our attitudes."
 

About Ph.D. David Brown

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DAVID BROWN began his motivational speaking career in 1977. Through speaking engagements and coaching his CommonWealth Forum clients, his wit and wisdom has helped countless business men and women to reach personal and professional goals they never thought possible. Taking the lessons he has learned in the business world and the passion he has found in the experiences with his daughter and her illness, he travels the country speaking to parents from all backgrounds on how to put the pieces back together. All it takes is a little Duct Tape and WD-40.
 
Published August 8, 2007 by iUniverse. 198 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction
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