Courageous Book that Deals About Impossible Odds Now Out
Online PR News – 17-July-2017 – Getzville, NY – Author Dr. Amy Beth Taublieb, a celebrated psychologist from Western New York, didn't mince words in spitting out her clinical expertise in a book titled The Tail Wags the Dog: A Psychologist Reveals Two Hundred Life Lessons Learned from Her Patients.
The self-help guidebook reveals the author’s perception and doctoral analysis of virtually thousands of her patients' experiences, all presented in the form of two hundred life lessons.
In today's frantic world, it is easy to get lost in the lightning pace of everything. In this regard, the book addresses a wide range of topics including struggles with parenting issues, depression, anger, grief, anxiety, obsessions, addictions, insecurities, relationships, as well as psychological and psychiatric issues—all presented to readers in a simplified and coherent manner.
The book shows readers the relevance of acknowledging the numerous aspects of life that we so often overlook. It is truly an essential tool for anyone who wishes to become a better version of him or herself.
As a licensed psychologist for almost thirty years, Dr. Taublieb has been doing groundbreaking work with psychological therapy and assessment, various aspects of the legal system, interpersonal mediation for businesses, informative workshops and national publications on issues of psychological relevance.
To learn more about Dr. Taublieb’s works, speaking engagements and services offered, visit the author's website at www.dramybeth.com.
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 for 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, co-parenting 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 co-therapist (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: 118 pages
Publisher: BookBlastPRO Inc. (July 2017)
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 8.5 inches