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Are you sick and tired of dead-end relationships?
Are you over having your heart broken over and over again?
Do you find yourself falling into relationship patterns that haunt you from relationship to relationship?
Do you have trouble handling your angry feelings in a way that doesn’t damage your partner and the relationship?
Do you find it difficult to identify with your partner’s feelings, especially when you’re fighting?
Are you not receptive to feedback about how you come across to your partner?
If you said yes to any of the above questions, you need to tune into this show and discover the real reasons why your relationships keep tanking. And learn about what steps you can take to get off the merry-go-round of miserable relationships.
Dr. Pepper is the author of many scholarly articles and two books entitled: Emotional Incest in Group Psychotherapy and 99 (Plus 1!) Unconventional Interventions in Group Psychotherapy. Dr. Pepper specializes in group therapy. He has been running groups for over twenty-five years and has a special gift in helping members resolve conflicts with relationships, both personal and professional. His groups are not socialization groups but learning social skills is a by-product of the group experience. Members learn to resolve obstacles to developing healthy relationships through interactions with group members. Dr. Pepper has seen members grow and change in ways that they never expected through the group experience. He has helped them release energy through the verbalization of feelings in the group setting. This release of energy has been a great aid to them in living healthier and more satisfying lives.
Director of Education and Training at the Long Island Institute for Mental Health in Rego Park, New York.
Adjunct Professor of Behavioral Science at the New York Institute of Technology, Metro Campus, Manhattan, NYC.
Author of numerous articles on ethics and boundaries in psychotherapy and has lectured across the country on the subject.
Runs six (6) weekly psychotherapy groups in his private practice in Forest Hills, NY.
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