Posts tagged Fiction
What You Can Learn from Grip of the Hawk

A psychologist has sometimes been described as an advice giver.  And though I want to guide patients to answers when possible, my non-fiction books are filled with advice and useful self-help tools.  But what about in my novel, Grip of the Hawk?  Are there lessons to be learned?  The answer is yes.

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A Personal Look at My Professional Life

I often get asked how I became a psychologist and author.  I like to quip that becoming a psychologist started when I was 4 years old when, like other kids, I tried to take care of my mother’s feelings.  Sometimes it even worked.  I had a natural empathy for people and as a teen I helped my friends solve their family and relationship problems with some success.  It seemed logical that I would find my way to working with the human mind. But

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