Learn about research-supported ‘Trust Repair’ in new book

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Wendy Fraser, Ph.D., shares strategies, tools, and a fresh approach to trust issues

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The research-based, practical strategies and real examples in “Trust Repair: It IS Possible!” (published by Archway Publishing) by Wendy Fraser, Ph.D., shows readers how to repair broken trust and strengthen relationships.

Sharing a research-based model and behaviors that support healthy relationships, the book offers wise strategies, easy-to-use tools, and a “fresh approach” to seemingly unmanageable trust issues. This book is for each person who has a stake in a group’s effectiveness whether the group wants to get stronger or needs to mend broken trust. It provides a pathway forward and inspires hope that things can be done to strengthen trust.

“I care deeply about how to help groups thrive and am very curious about what makes them tick. I have 25 years of practical, consulting experience working with groups and have 10 years of research specifically on trust and trust repair,” Fraser says. “Repairing trust is possible. While it is not a guarantee, working through the process will strengthen your skills and can positively affect your relationships.”

“Trust Repair” is available for purchase online at: https://www.amazon.com/Trust-Repair-Ph-D-Wendy-Fraser/dp/1480871087

“Trust Repair”
By Wendy Fraser, Ph.D.
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 272 pages | ISBN 9781480871090
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 272 pages | ISBN 9781480871083
E-Book | 272 pages | ISBN 9781480871076
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
With more than 25 years of experience in leadership and team development, Wendy Fraser, Ph.D., excels at understanding human dynamics and organizational development, and brings contagious energy as a speaker and consultant. Fraser considers herself a lifelong learner — she has a doctorate and three master’s degrees to back that up, but she demonstrates it by creating the space where everyone can grow and contribute. She truly believes that people have the wisdom and capacity to learn and make things better, even in the worst of times. In addition to managing her own consulting business, teaching at two universities, and serving her community as an active volunteer, she has been honored as an international humanitarian for her work with developing leadership capacity in youth around the world. More information is on her website: http://www.WendyFraserConsulting.com.

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