Mike Siver


Mike is a Master Addiction Counselor, Certified Domes-tic Violence Counselor and a Board Certified Biblical Counselor. He provides Anger Management, Domestic Violence, Substance Abuse counseling and assessments for Van Buren County and Blue Seahorse. Inc., a non-profit (501c3) community-based organization.

He works with Van Buren County Family Services for placement of mothers and children from family of domestic violence situations and is a Chaplain for Forgotten Man Ministries.

Mike’s purpose is to target the young but address issues we find ourselves in at any age. The uniqueness of his writings generates pointed conversation. Not only is each saying enough to be thought-provoking but people hear, see and feel them every day.

To make the topic more interesting for all, Mike has expanded on the topic to generate discussion about that topic. The quotes/sayings and expanded sections open the topic for serious discussion. This is accomplished by giving the quotes/sayings a twist that tends to make what is written personal. By making the quotes/sayings personal in a nonthreatening environment people tend not to become defensive and may enter into the conversation. Mike does not offer “the” answer but an opinion for discussion.
His book, like his column, is directed to the general public and or anyone who feels a need to address themselves and or those around them. Mike uses the book in groups for discussion on behaviors and attitudes. It would be effective in youth groups i.e. Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, church youth groups, rehab facilities and groups to address beliefs and behaviors. It would be effective for young families to address issues.

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Why Did I Do That? — A Comprehensive Look at Why We Behave the Way We Do and Who is Responsible for It
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 15,220. Language: English. Published: August 4, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Psychology » Developmental / lifespan development, Nonfiction » Psychology » Movements / behaviorism
Using personal stories and self-evaluation exercises, behavioral therapist Mike Siver shows that you can create the life you want. Learn how to evaluate who you are and how you became that way, and then change one behavior at a time to become the person you want to be.

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