Author Announces The Availability Of The Website For Her Self-Help Book
Online PR News – 21-November-2017 – Getzville, NY – Following the successful launch of the book entitled The Tail Wags the Dog: A Psychologist Reveals Two Hundred Life Lessons Learned from Her Patients, Dr. Amy Beth Taublieb, the author of this unique book, announces the availability of her website which she composed together with her publishing company. This newly designed website offers quick and easy access to vital information and features. It offers an overview of her newest book that will make the reader beg for more.
It is highly known that The Tail Wags the Dog: A Psychologist Reveals Two Hundred Life Lessons Learned from Her Patients is a combination of the expertise of a doctoral level clinician with the practical and easy-to-understand presentation relevant to the lay reader. It is a collection of two hundred life lessons Dr. Taublieb learned from working with virtually thousands of patients as together, in the therapy room, they navigated various life struggles. The result - a book addressing a wide variety of issues peppered with Dr. Taublieb's wisdom gleaned from performing therapy and assessment in both outpatient and inpatient settings for almost three decades.
With the goal of continuing to share her clinical expertise to all who are facing emotional/psychological challenges, Dr. Taublieb's website includes the following features: Homepage – where the readers can see an overview of what her self-help book is all about; The Book Page – directs readers to a more detailed information about the book; The Author Page – contains details about Dr. Taublieb and her clinical background; The Order Page – where the readers can see how to purchase the book; and lastly The Contact Page – where the readers can get support and information regarding the product.
The website will be updated on a regular basis in order to keep the public updated on the latest news about this book. Dr. Taublieb invites everyone to explore the website and encourage friends and family members to do the same.
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. Be it with adults, couples, children, or families, her therapeutic abilities are respected by the lay public as well as by her peers. In addition to her therapeutic expertise, she is frequently called upon as a consultant to businesses for interpersonal mediation, and, to intervene with organizational employees when a psychologically traumatic critical incident occurs. Dr. Taublieb is also known for her entertaining, yet informative workshops and in-services for professionals as well as the lay public. In addition, Dr. Taublieb is no stranger to the legal system, as she is utilized by the courts to provide psychological assessments, custodial evaluations, expert testimony, coparenting therapy, and evaluations to determine the validity of sexual abuse allegations. Frequently appearing in the media, Dr. Taublieb is a regular guest on television shows and has been quoted in various national publications on issues of psychological relevance. When not working, Dr. Taublieb enjoys spending time with her cotherapist (a Maltese dog named Matza) who joins her in her therapy sessions, and who has managed to make an appearance throughout this book when he deemed it to be appropriate.
Paperback: 120 pages
Publisher: BookBlastPro Inc. (July 22, 2017)
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.3 x 8.5 inches