Alice E. Richman, Psy. D. is a clinical psychologist licensed in Florida. She has been working in the field of Psychology for over twenty years. She is a Level II Bereavement Counselor. Presently, she has a private practice in Jupiter.
Some of the issues addressed in treatment are depression, anxiety, interpersonal relationships, marital discord, LGBTQQ stressors and caregivers issues.
Dr. Richman has seen improvement in herself and in her patients based on the practice of the skills described in this book. She believes self-care through assertiveness is a means of increasing and maintaining self-respect.
Renée Cavallaro has been a leader in the Behavioral Health field for over twenty years. Throughout her career, she has maintained a focus on sustaining an environment that promotes a positive, forward-thinking culture and commitment to organizational mission and vision.
Renée’s professional journey has included Leadership Development, Community-based Behavioral Health organizations, Continuous Quality Improvement, Behavioral Health Managed Care, Higher Education, and Sales, Marketing, and Community Outreach.
Renée has been a strong voice for workforce development, team building, and bridging the gap between clinical excellence and administrative supports. Her ability to build and empower teams is seen throughout her professional experiences and her relationships with others. She practices the skills discussed throughout this book on a daily basis and finds that they continue to impact her life in a positive way.