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August 01st 2011:How Adults Can Triumph Over Troubled Childhoods

Our guest will be drawing from his book, Troubled Childhood, Triumphant Life, which is an exploration of the ways in which adults, who experienced the perils of inadequate parenting, found ways to transcend the past and take responsibility for their present. Drawing upon his own clinical and personal experience and composite case studies, the author provides tools for untangling the past through self-reflection, recognition, grieving and releasing one’s losses, and integrating new thinking in the journey to find authentic adulthood.

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James Krehbiel

James P. Krehbiel, Ed.S., LPC, CCBT is an educator, writer, licensed professional counselor and nationally certified cognitive-behavioral therapist practicing in Scottsdale, Arizona. He specializes in treating anxiety and depression for adults and children. He served as a teacher and guidance counselor for 30 years and has taught graduate-level counselor education courses for Chapman University. In 2005, he self-published Stepping Out of the Bubble: Reflections on the Pilgrimage of Counseling Therapy (Booklocker.com). His latest book, Troubled Childhood, Triumphant Life: Healing from the Battle Scars of Youth (New Horizon Press) is about the impact of adverse childhood exp
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