Getting Unstuck by Don Kerson

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Getting Unstuck is a groundbreaking first look at the complex interaction between attention, depression and the traumatic experiences of childhood. The three conditions—ADD, depression, andpost-traumatic dissociation—intefere with effective living on three different levels: the neurophysiological, the biochemical and the experiential/information-processing/organization-of-the-self..All three levels must be addressedto restore or create high functioning, and Getting Unstuck offers a detailed guide for doing just that.

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Don Kerson, M.D. has practiced outpatient psychopharmacology and psychotherapy for over 20 years in Manhattan and at Greenpoint Psychiatric Services, the clinic he founded in Brooklyn, New York. Until 2000, he was Medical Director of the Long Island Consultation Center, the fourth largest freestanding mental health and substance abuse clinic in New York State. Dr. Kerson is currently developing a group therapy program that uses an integrated approach to help participants get back to fully enjoying life, seminar for young adults on using their right brain and a seminar for adults in which he will teach the trance skills he discusses in Getting Unstuck.
Published December 20, 2011 by Greenpoint Psychiatric Press. 301 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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While Kerson, a psychopharmacologist and psychotherapist with 20 years of experience, doesn't break new ground in this self-help book, he provides a knowledgeable, practical overview, with detailed techniques, for people who find themselves ""stuck"" in mental or emotional straits.

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