Women’s Midlife Anim-Morphosis

Unlock your Inner Power and be Present to Your Life

by Lea Ausch Alteras Ph.D.


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/15/2016

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 294
ISBN : 9781504355391
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 294
ISBN : 9781504355414
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Page Count : 294
ISBN : 9781504355407

About the Book

In this book Dr. Ausch challenges the reader to imagine the greatest minds in the field of “anti -aging” getting together and share their most important information on what they do in their lives to make sure that they live the longest and the healthiest life possible. What they eat? How they maintain their physical and mental stamina? And how they handle their stresses, conflicts, challenges so that the reader can emulate their way of life. In this book the author provides a road map for these information. Dr. Ausch emphasizes the fact that we are all born with the power of self- discovery and provides guidance and exercises on how to tap into the information needed to create a unique personalized life- plan. Throughout the book the author refers to this self- journey of discovery as “Anim-Morphosis,” which is the term that means “self- change.” If the readers find themselves in a situation where they seem to be going nowhere, or if they are disgusted with mediocrity, disappointed by past results and not content to just drift through life, these pages offer them alternatives and new concepts for change. Regardless, this book provides the readers with insights, knowledge, exercises and important step by step guidance for self-discovery as they advance through middle- age and beyond.


About the Author

Dr. Lea Ausch Alteras holds a Ph.D. in Psychology from the City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate Center, as well as a Psychoanalytic degree from the Psychoanalytic Institute of New York. She has been an Associate Professor at Hunter College ( CUNY). In her private practice she specializes in women’s periods of transitional development. In addition, Dr. Ausch is the daughter of Holocaust survivors and author of a book on the subject, as well as articles and reviews in scholarly journals. She lives with her husband in New York City.