One of Four Counselor's Casebook Series Presentations sponsored by the Counseling Honor Society of LIU Hudson at Rockland
This Casebook deals with a man who sought counseling after years of keeping financial secrets from his wife resulting in her distrust of him. During treatment it emerged that he was a child of an alcoholic father and a neglectful mother. We will trace his transformation from being emotionally closed to being hones with himself, his wife and his children.
Presented by Steven Levine, Ph.D.. Dr. Levine is a professor in the Mental Health Counseling Program at LIU Hudson at Rockland. He has 20 years experience as a clinical psychologist providing individual, marital, and family therapy. His special interests are the power of the therapeutic relations and Cognitive Behavior Therapy.
For more information, please e-mail Dr. Thomas J. Nardi, program director of the counseling programs at LIU Hudson at Rockland at Thomas.nardi.@liu.edu. To reserve a seat for this presentation, contact Debbie Minerva at Deborah.firstname.lastname@example.org or call 845 450 5413.