How is your newest year going so far?
Got any ideas what you would like to be able to look back on by year’s end?
What if 2013 was the time that you could say your whole life really thrived?
We talk with two Virginia psychologists who have literally written the book on thriving.
Lennis G. Echterling, PhD - Clinical Psychologist. Co-author of the textbooks Thriving! A Manual for Students in the Helping Professions (Lahaska/Houghton Mifflin) as well as Crisis Intervention: Promoting Resilience and Resolve in Troubled Times (Merrill/Prentice Hall). Professor of Graduate Psychology and Director of Counseling Psychology at James Madison University.
Anne Stewart, PhD - Clinical Psychologist. Co-author of the textbook Thriving! A Manual for Students in the Helping Professions (Lahaska/Houghton Mifflin). Professor of Graduate Psychology and an Education Team Leader with the Center for International Stabilization and Recovery at James Madison University. Founder and Past President of The Virginia Association for Play Therapy.