Forget Anger Management!

What? 

Introducing Breaking Anger’s Embrace and Other Insights on the Human Condition

Who?         

Author: Thomas E. Schneider, Ph.D. / Editor: Joan E. Thomas

Dr. Schneider is a life member of the American Psychological Association, a clinical member and approved supervisor for the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, a member of the American Association of Psychotherapists, and a Fellow of the Georgia Psychological Association.

When?       

Dr. Schneider is available to discuss his new book at any mutually convenient time.

Where?

The author lives in metro Atlanta. His book is on sale in the USA and other nations including Canada, the UK, Australia, Japan, Germany, Italy and Spain, via www.breakingangersembrace.com ; www.Amazon.com ; www.barnesandnoble.com; www.charisbooksandmore.com; www.lybrary.com; www.onlinebookplace.com and other outlets.

Why?

During more than 40 years of counseling individuals, couples, families, and organizations, Schneider has discovered that anger is usually a strong undercurrent in troubled lives and relationships. Also, because he has observed that anger management techniques have limited success he is offering new approaches for breaking anger’s embrace altogether.

How

In Breaking Anger’s Embrace, Schneider helps readers explore why we become angry, and what we can do to first counter and then eliminate an emotion that can be very destructive.

So What?   

This material gets at the root causes of anger instead of using the usual techniques of avoidance and activities “to help.” Forget anger management!

Review & Interview:

For a copy of the book and to interview the author, please contact his publicists by phone or email.

Publisher:   

SouthForce International, LLC

Contact

Joan Thomas,  publishing@southforce.com

Kim Luttery, contact@southforce.com

678-999-7989

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