GETZVILLE, N. Y. (PRWEB) December 19, 2015
Having worked with folks as they plowed through their psychological struggles of varying severity taught Dr. Amy Beth Taublieb an enormous amount about the human condition. Her book, “The Tail Wags the Dog” (published by AuthorHouse), serves as a virtual guide to living life at an optimal level while navigating life’s inevitable struggles.
This book combines the expertise of a doctoral level clinician with a practical and easy to understand presentation relevant to the lay reader. Addressing a wide range of topics, the book can serve as a guide to understanding/interacting with others, and, basically, living life in a psychologically healthier manner.
Since content is derived entirely from lessons learned by the psychologist from her patients, material presented is not colored purely by academic research and psychological dictates. Rather, what thousands of men, women and children have found helpful in their struggles with depression, anger, grief, anxieties, obsessions, addictions, insecurities and other psychological issues, is presented to readers in a concise, usable format.
The direct, easy-to-understand language of this book exudes true relevance to each and every reader. Running the gamut from parenting issues, to addictive problems, to interpersonal interaction styles, to relationship issues, to psychological/psychiatric diagnoses, to just plain making it through day-to-day life, “The Tail Wags the Dog” is an absolutely insightful read.
“The Tail Wags the Dog”
By Dr. Amy Beth Taublieb
Hardcover | 8.5 x 11in | 130 pages | ISBN 9781504957328
Softcover | 8.5 x 11in | 130 pages | ISBN 9781504957304
E-Book | 130 pages | ISBN 9781504957311
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Dr. Amy Beth Taublieb is a licensed psychologist who has been doing therapy and assessment in outpatient and inpatient settings for almost three decades. In addition to her therapeutic expertise, she is frequently called upon as a consultant to businesses for interpersonal mediation, to intervene with organizational employees when a traumatic event occurs, by the media to discuss issues of psychological relevance, and to perform various assessments and serve as an expert witness for the courts. Taublieb is also known for her entertaining, yet informative workshops and in-services for professionals as well as the lay public.
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