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Thomas Golden

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Thomas Golden, LCSW, is well known in the field of healing from loss. Tom’s book Swallowed by a Snake: The Gift of the Masculine Side of Healing has been acclaimed by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross and others as a guide for understanding the masculine mode. Tom enjoys presenting workshops in the United States and Canada and was named the “2000 International Grief Educator” by Australia’s Centre for Grief Education. He toured Australia in July of 2000. His workshops are known to be entertaining and informative. Tom brings a...

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Robin Westen

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Robin Westen is a free-lance writer. Over two hundred of her articles have appeared in numerous magazines including Psychology Today, American Health, Glamour, Good Housekeeping, Self, among many others. She writes a weekly psychology quiz and a monthly sex advice column for national publications. Ms. Westen authored three books, was awarded an Emmy for Outstanding Writing for ABC Daytime, was a recipient of the American Women in Media’s Outstanding Achievement Award, and was a finalist in the Association of Journalist and Authors annual...

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Dr. Evan Imber-Black

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Evan Imber-Black is the author of “The Secret Life of Families“: Truth Telling, Privacy and Reconciliation in a Tell-All Society. Bantam 1998. (Currently available in English, German and French: coming out in Japanese, Spanish and Turkish.) She is the editor of the academic book “Secrets in Families and Family Therapy“. W.W. Norton, 1993. Visit Features at planet-therapy.com to read Dr. Evan Imber-Black’s step-by-step guide to help you more fully understand the dilemma of secrets: Concealing and Revealing a...

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David Epston

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David Epston is the co-director of the Family Therapy article page Centre in Auckland, New Zealand. He is an adjunct professor of social practice in the School of Community Studies, UNITEC, in Auckland, and a visiting professor in the graduate school of professional psychology at John F. Kennedy University in Orinda, California. He is the author, co-author, or editor of many articles and books on “Narrative therapy,” including “Narrative Means to Therapeutic Ends” (White and Epston, 1990), and “Playful Approaches...

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Andrew Cash

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Andrew Cash is a Toronto based journalist. His articles have appeared in Canada’s national newspaper The Globe and Mail as well as The London Free Press, Prism Magazine, The Catholic New Times. He has written on a wide range of issues, from the politics of karaoke to the fall of the Berlin Wall, from tobacco sponsorship in the arts to homeless in the inner city. Andrew, 37, is the pop culture commentator for the Moral Divide, a weekly news program on Canada’s national cable television news network Newsworld and currently writes on...

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Michele Weiner-Davis, Ph.D.

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Michele Weiner-Davis is an internationally known relationship expert, marriage educator, best-selling author and psychotherapist, specializing in a solution-oriented approach aimed at helping people change their lives quickly and painlessly. Michele offers life-changing seminars for the general public and mental health professionals. She recently taped an hour-long PBS special for couples entitled, Keeping Love Alive, an abbreviated version of her one-day seminar for couples. She consistently ranks among the top presenters at national...

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Kathy Weingarten, Ph.D.

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Kathy Weingarten, Ph.D., has been writing about illness, using her own and others’ first person accounts for over one decade. She is currently working on a project using writing to assist families in coping with the diagnosis of illness in children and adolescents. She has written “The Mother’s Voice: Strengthening Intimacy in Families” which concerns, among other topics, her experience with cancer, and she is co-editor of Mothering Against the Odds: Diverse Voices of Contemporary Mothers, a book of twelve essays about...

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Bill O’Hanlon, M.S.

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Mr. O’Hanlon has written 18 books and offers seminars around the world. Contact Bill O’Hanlon at Possibilities 551 Cordova Rd. # 715 Santa Fe, NM 87501 USA 505.983.2843, fax: 505.983.2761 e-mail: PossiBill@aol.com www.doonethingdifferent.com

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Dusty Miller

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Dusty Miller is a consultant and writer who specializes in working with problems of interpersonal violence (childhood abuse and domestic violence). She is currently working with a free project for trauma survivors in Greenfield MA where women and their children receive a variety of resources without the restrictions of the medical model or managed care. She is the author of “Women Who Hurt Themselves”: A Book of Hope and Understanding (Basic Books) and is currently writing a workbook for survivors. She and Paki Wieland are also...

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Stephen Madigan

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Stephen Madigan, MSW, Ph.D., is a co-founder of planet-therapy.com. Dr. Madigan is committed to bringing therapeutic information to a wider audience. Dr. Madigan’s therapeutic work has been highlighted in Newsweek Magazine, the Family Therapy Networker, numerous international newspapers, and the CBC and National Public Radio (live call in shows). He is the co-director of Yaletown Family Therapy in Vancouver and Toronto, the director of training for the Toronto Narrative Therapy Project, and the founder of the internationally renowned...

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