I'm a member of a working group that is divided into two teams and we meet as cordial adversaries. Whenever a particular topic comes up, I get triggered and snap at the person on the other side of the table who set me off. I hate doing that but can't control it. Suggestions? Thanks!
Denver, CO (PRWEB) August 8, 2008
Ask An Ally, Inc. announces a new, free advice service to deal with a wide variety of life's challenges. Dr. Jane, the site's psychologist, will answer questions while the user enjoys the peaceful and fun waiting room, filled with music, games, links to other sites and a place to create art. AskAnAlly.com creates a place where professional psychological/coaching advice is free and accessible while cyberspace becomes warm and inviting. The user can easily find help and support without leaving home or feeling the disconnect that can happen in virtual space.
AskAnAlly.com offers dependable, sound advice and thoughtful, professional reflection on the challenges of life. Enter the quietly furnished waiting room and the serene office. A click on the couch, in the second room, provides a space to ask a question. Dr. Jane will respond. A click on the bookshelves will give the user an addictive insight into what others are asking. Games, music and art are found in a click. If a person wishes for a longer conversation with Dr. Jane, that too, is only a click away.
AskAnAlly.com, a versatile psychological/coaching service, embraces the idea that, from time to time, in our complicated world, everyone has questions about life. The site opens into Dr. Jane's warmly furnished cyberspace office and presents choices of posting a question, reading other posts and responses or just hanging out while listening to music and playing games. Getting answers from Dr. Jane is easy and clients/users completely determine the level, length and depth of interaction. Clients structure the encounter in a way that suits them and their questions best. This ranges from a simple, one-time exchange to a more personal, ongoing relationship. Here one finds a safe place to air concerns, relax, connect to a community and get support.
Dr. Jane fields any type of question. These might cover such themes as family, relationships, parenting, anger management, depression, work issues, sexuality and sexual identity, and life transitions. For example, a reader recently wrote, "I'm a member of a working group that is divided into two teams and we meet as cordial adversaries. Whenever a particular topic comes up, I get triggered and snap at the person on the other side of the table who set me off. I hate doing that but can't control it. Suggestions? Thanks!"
Dr Jane is a licensed, clinical psychologist who has been working in the field for over 25 years. She has worked in a wide range of settings, including her private practice, community mental health, schools, non-profits, corporations and in the arts. She has developed and implemented treatment plans, run group homes, supervised staff and students, and led groups and workshops. Dr. Jane has a long-standing private practice where she sees individuals and couples.
Included in her new project, Dr. Jane has created a line of AskAnAlly products, complete with Tips For A Good Time™ and Tips For A Good Life™, that are in development and limited release in Denver, CO and Falmouth, MA. For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release, contact Dawn Curlee or visit http://www.AskAnAlly.com.
Dawn Curlee, Public Relations
Ask An Ally Inc.