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Book Title: Don't Call That Man!: A Survival Guide to Letting Go|
Date of issue: June 23rd 2009
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The author of the book: Rhonda Findling
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 39.89 MB
Read full description of the books Don't Call That Man!: A Survival Guide to Letting Go:Written by a psychotherapist who has helped many women weather the heartbreak of a failed relationship, this uplifting and encouraging guide to letting go and moving on uses practical techniques to guide readers through a difficult and heart-wrenching process. With simple, enlightening exercises that will help readers chart their progress through a tough but important transition, this book shows that getting over and moving on may not be as simple as not picking up the phone; but it's a great place to start.
Read information about the authorRhonda Findling, MA,CRC is an internationally acclaimed psychotherapist and author with a private practice in Forest Hills and Manhattan (New York City). She has been in private practice 17 years(full time 10 years). She was a staff psychotherapist at Postgraduate Center for Mental Health in New York for 15 years. She taught courses on psychology and counseling at Marymount College. Rhonda has worked as a psychologist for the State of New York for three years . She was a counselor at Victims Information Bureau where she counseled victims of rape, sexual assault and spouse abuse.
Rhonda has appeared as a relationship expert on several national talk shows including Ilanya, Ricki Lake, Geraldo, Maury Povitch, Good Day New York, Judith Regan Tonight , and Eye Witness News. Rhonda has also been featured on radio shows nationwide.
Rhonda has led "Don't Call That Man!" workshops and seminars throughout the world including Paris, Berlin, Leeds and Glastonbury,England. She has also presented at the Learning Annex, 92nd St. Y and Hazelden. She has been featured in the "New York Post", "Newsday", " Los Angeles Times", "Cosmopolitan Magaine","Denver Rocky Mountain News", and "Today's Black Woman." Her articles have appeared in "Essence" magazine, "Complete Woman" and "Mouthpiece" (the newsletter for the New York State Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers).
Rhonda is a member of the National Speakers Association, the Dramatist Guild, the New York State Psychological Association, the American Screenwriters Association and is recognized in Who's Who in America.
Rhonda is the author of the play "The Psychic" that was produced by Caicedo Productions and Doubletime Productions at the American Theatre of Actors in New York City November 1996. The Psychic also had a staged reading at the Nuyorican Poetry Cafe in New York City August 1997. She has taken classes in directing, screenwriting, and filmmaking at New School University and Film and Video Arts Inc. She studied acting at HB Studios, Stella Adler Studio Of Acting in New York City , and with William H Macy in Chicago. She's appeared in several community theatre productions on Long island, New York and two off-off Broadway productions in Chicago.
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