Why Not Have A Better Life? Presented in an easy, encouraging style and using practical, everyday language suitable for teenagers as well as adults, Ten Lessons In Power Psychology can provide the psychological information readers need to help overcome obstacles and exceed expectations using just four steps. Written by Michael Abruzzese, Ph.D., a former Clinical Instructor at Harvard Medical School and a clinical psychologist with over thirty years experience working with children, adolescents, families, schools and organizations, this book samples ten common aspects of life where you can use Power Psychology Techniques for Living (PTL) to improve everyday performance and achievement. You can read a chapter and put it into use in just a few minutes! Discover new and easy ways to:
"Dr. Abruzzese has put complicated psychology techniques into terms we can all understand…you don’t have to read it cover to cover to make a difference in your life." (Mindy Todd, Host of 'The Point' on National Public Radio affiliate WCAI)
Dr. Michael Abruzzese has over thirty years of experience as a clinical and forensic psychologist. During that time, he's also been an author, radio host, newspaper columnist, national and international trainer of other professionals and a psychology expert testifying over 200 times. Dr. A. has worked with children, teenagers and families and in schools, colleges, emergency rooms and government organizations. He's lectured and taught locally and internationally to young and old students and is a former Clinical Instructor at Harvard Medical School. Presently, he still maintains a private practice and is a Clinical Instructor at Tufts School of Medicine in Boston and appears as a guest on radio programs and as a consultant to television shows.
Dr. Abruzzese reports that, "I wrote Ten Lessons in Power Psychology as the first of a series of books about using Power Psychology Techniques for Living (PTL). It's a short book, meant to be read and used, not just bought and put on a shelf. I used a relaxed style and commonsense language that could appeal to older children as well as adults and to a national and international readership."