(PRWEB) June 28, 2005
Marjorie H. Shaevitz, psychotherapist, executive coach and a leading authority on how women can balance their roles in work, family and relationships, tackles a troubling and enduring paradox observed in her practice and in her own life: even the most successful women often lack confidence in themselves. In THE CONFIDENT WOMAN: Asserting Yourself at Work, Love and Play ($19.98 US, $26.98 Canada; 4 CDs/ Approx. 4 hours), Marjorie Shaevitz along with her husband, Dr. Morton H. Shaevitz, offers a 7-step system to help women of all ages build or regain confidence.
Using real life examples of situations women frequently encounter, this illuminating audio program will teach listeners how to:
- Bridge the gap between traditional female roles and new demands on women
- Deal with anger and conflict in three simple steps
- Look assertive regardless of how they feel
- Distinguish what an effective manager does and doesnÂt do
- Enjoy optimal health
- Take control of their lives.
THE CONFIDENT WOMAN will help any woman regain joy in all aspects of her life by showing her the way toward affirmative self-esteem and the rewards that come along with living and communicating assertively. In this practical and empowering audio program, listeners will learn how to gain control over their lives and set free the strong and confident woman inside.
About the Authors/Readers:
Marjorie H. Shaevitz is a leading authority on women in leadership roles, an acclaimed author, speaker, executive coach and trained psychotherapist. She is known for her groundbreaking work in helping women to lead more productive, balanced lives. Ms. Shaevitz has authored numerous publications on womenÂs issues, including The Confident Woman: Learn the Rules of the Game, Becoming a Confident Woman, Making It Together as a 2 Career Couple, So You Want to Go Back to School? and The Superwoman Syndrome, the bestselling book and audio series.
Marjorie H. Shaevitz is the recipient of Stanford University's Outstanding Achievement Award, the National Association of Women's Health National Health Advocate Award, and the California State Senate's Woman of the Year Award. She appears regularly on national radio and television programs, including ÂOprahÂ and articles about her work have appeared in such publications as The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Vogue, Redbook, Prevention, Cosmopolitan and Self. Ms. Shaevitz has been Director of the Institute for Family and Work Relationships in La Jolla, California for 20 years.
Dr. Morton H. Shaevitz is a nationally recognized author, speaker, and expert on weight control and eating disorders. He conducts ongoing research on the relationship between stress and eating behavior.
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