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Psychotherapist and author William P. Kalosieh says in his book, “Most psychotherapists would agree that all therapy revolves around either modifying behaviors or attitudes toward oneself or others. Ultimately, therapy has to do with change, either in and for oneself or in relationship with others.” His book “If you Ask Me” is a collection of articles regarding the concerns of individuals, couples, and families seeking therapy in order to face life’s struggles.
Dr. William P. Kalosieh has been a psychotherapist for more than 30 years, and his professional career has made him a reliable source of information when it comes to dealing with various kinds of human behavior. Being host to numerous questions personal and general from patients and acquaintances throughout his career, he has accumulated enough knowledge and insight into the vast array of problems that an ordinary person encounters in a lifetime. Also, his experience with life problems and their solutions in psychotherapy enhanced his writing of this guide and enables people to have clearer means to achieve happiness.
Dr. Kalosieh treats readers to his insights on such subjects as hate, anger and human inquisitiveness. He suggests alternate behavior for those times when they are overcome by negative emotions. When clients are confronted with the need to make a difficult decision he believes it is a function of the therapist to explore both client motivation and expectation as well as provide a way of resolving the issues that make for a better life adjustment. By using psychotherapeutic techniques, Kalosieh opens the reader’s minds to a comforting process that breaks the hold of negative emotions. A favorite mantra in applying proven psychotherapy practices in real life is, “Master a few, and you will not be disappointed!”
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About the Author
William P. Kaloseih has been a psychotherapist by profession for more than thirty years. Before becoming a therapist he was an educator on both undergraduate and graduate levels in philosophy and theology. After many years of counseling individuals, couples and families, Kalosieh shares his insights into personal and interpersonal problems through his book “If You Ask Me”.
If you Ask Me * by William P. Kalosieh
A Therapist Reflects on the Concerns of Individuals, Couples and Families
Publication Date: December 26, 2013
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