Optimizing Your Single Life: The Lost Art of Communication

"Our desire to be both understood and loved is still a vital part of what it means to be human." Bernard F Natelson, PsyD

This eBook delivers Dr. Bernard Natelson's own experiences from the 90's as both a Single and a licensed Psychologist, completely refreshed and updated from a series of 28 articles originally written for Single Life magazine. Timeless and fun lessons for Singles!

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About Bernard Natelson, PsyD

Dr. Bernard F. Natelson has been in private practice for over 25 years. He and some fellow psychologists led some single groups in the 80's and 90's in which a topic was chosen prior to the group event related to Single Life. The groups would then discuss how the topic related to each of their lives as Single People. The names of the groups were: The New Singles Approach and New to LA.

Dr. Natelson has worked with a vast number of Singles in helping them with some of the assertive skills mentioned in this book. For example, he has employed behavioral rehearsal and modeling techniques in assisting clients to improve their body language (i.e. non-verbal language). One of the articles he has published with Real Psych Solutions is: The Four Point Rule of Assertive Behavior. He presently works with individuals looking for love, couples that are considering marriage and marital couples with whom he teaches more constructive ways of communicating to one another.

Additionally, Dr. Natelson is a trained mediator and has written an article titled Divorce Mediation. He has participated as a volunteer on the LA County Superior Court in helping mediate several different difficult situations. In performing these mediations, he relies on his skills in conflict resolution.

Dr. Natelson has also given workshops on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder to both clinicians and groups of physicians throughout the state of California. The training focuses on how natural disasters and human induced violence affect trauma victims and how cognitive behavioral therapy can help in the resolution of the trauma.

Finally, Dr. Natelson consults with and advises business managers and employees to better cope with the everyday stressors that face them in the changing workplace.

Dr. Natelson has a private practice in Los Alamitos, CA and, he can be reached at his email address: docallegro@aol.com.

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