(PRWEB) June 10, 2014
Dr. Randy Kamen, leading psychologist and self-improvement educator, is proud to announce the soft launch of her new book, “Behind the Therapy Door: Simple Strategies to Transform Your Life,” a self-help book that details mind-body tips and strategies for living a happier and more meaningful life.
Dr. Kamen guides six women through life challenges and transitions. From compelling conversations to powerful self-care strategies, she educates these women and readers about how to manage low self-esteem, unsatisfying relationships, work-life imbalance, divorce, and aging parents.
"These strategies impact a woman’s personal and professional life in a multitude of ways. Learning to self-regulate or self-soothe is not automatic for most of us and when we develop the skill set delivered in this book, the reader is forevermore imbued with the ability to manage anxiety, stress and difficult transitions,” says Dr. Kamen.
As a psychologist and educator for over 30 years, Dr. Kamen has listened to a multitude of women talk about feeling disconnected, unhappy and unable to move forward with their lives. Dr. Kamen chose to use compelling stories and patient-therapy dialogue as the primary framework for this book.
“Readers will witness firsthand the benefits of mind and body strategies and gain insight from the experience of others,” says Dr. Randy Kamen. “When these women are equipped with the tools and strategies to nurture themselves and build stronger relationships and support systems, their feelings of alienation subside, and their lives begin to flourish.”
“Beyond the Therapy Door: Simple Strategies to Transform Your Life,” is available in paperback and Kindle editions on Amazon. For more information about Dr. Randy Kamen, her book or media inquiries please visit http://drrkg.com/.
About Dr. Randy Kamen
Dr. Randy Kamen is a psychologist, published author and educator. Her recently published book, “Behind the Therapy Door: Simple Strategies to Transform Your Life,” teaches women how to tap into their inner strength and then expand their unique talents and abilities. She helped pioneer new territory in mind-body medicine at Harvard’s Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital and later at Boston University’s School of Medicine. Dr. Randy Kamen incorporates mind-body practices in corporate, hospital, and academic settings; in private practice, at retreats, health spas, and in the media–helping thousands of women develop strategies for greater insight, resilience, and wisdom in their personal and professional lives.