Dr. Glenn Ross Caddy on Family Matters Blog Talk Radio

Posted on August 13, 2012. Filed under: Family Matters Blog Talk Radio | Tags: , , , , |

Dr. Glenn Ross Caddy is a clinical and forensic psychologist and specialist in behavioral medicine. He’s published over 5 books and authored over 100+ professional refereed journals. He works out of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and consults nationally herein the U.S. but internationally as well. Board certified in Clinical psychology, forensic psychology, behavioral medicine and human sexuality. He holds fellowship status in three of the four boards. Also certified as a national custody evaluator. He is available for consults for families, attorneys or forensic work.

His email is: glenn.caddy@gmail.com and his phone number is:      954.547.5100

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/syndicatednews/2012/03/21/dr-glenn-caddy-on-family-matters–syndicatednewsnet

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Linda Gottlieb on Family Matters Blog Talk Radio

Posted on August 13, 2012. Filed under: Family Matters Blog Talk Radio | Tags: , , , , |

Linda has an extensive background in providing treatment services to families of varying compositions and orientations, from all cultural backgrounds, and presenting diverse issues.  She has had 30 years of experience handling a variety of problems and symptoms and routinely provides crisis intervention services to families and couples.

She has expertise in adoption and foster care situations having worked for 16 years in New York City’s foster care system as a psychiatric social worker and subsequently for several years as Assistant Director of Foster Care and Adoption for Nassau County, New York.

She designed, implemented and supervised at South Shore Child Guidance Center, Freeport, New York, Pathways, a home-based, crisis intervention program to prevent psychiatric hospitalization of children.

Since 1996, Linda has been in private practice as a Family/Relationship Therapist.  In addition to providing direct treatment to families and children and to couples, she provides supervision to family therapists who are in private practice.

Linda gained her expertise in family and relationship therapy by studying for 9 years at the Minuchin Center for the Family.  She was personally trained by Dr. Salvador Minuchin, the world renowned, highly respected child psychiatrist.  After completing her training at the Center, she joined the faculty, where she has served for four years.

LMFT =  Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

LCSW = Licensed Certified Social Worker

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/syndicatednews/2012/08/08/linda-gottlieb-lmft-lcsw-on-family-matters-aug-8-2012

 

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Brian Ludmer on Family Matters Blog Talk Radio (I)

Posted on August 11, 2012. Filed under: Family Matters Blog Talk Radio | Tags: , , , , , |

Brian Ludmer, is a lawyer with substantial experience representing targeted parents. Brian will be writing about tips in various areas including:Managing your legal case; dealing with mental health professionals; and helping alienated parents.

He is authoring a chapter in the forthcoming 2nd Edition of TheInternational Handbook of Parental Alienation Syndrome. Brian brings a unique perspective to parental alienation cases, having successfully solved his own family dynamic when faced with attempts to estrange him from his own children.

Unlike many other professionals – HE SPEAKS FROM EXPERIENCE.

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/syndicatednews/2012/01/12/brian-ludmer-with-jill-egizii-judge-michele-lowrance

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Bryan McGlothin on Family Matters Blog Talk Radio

Posted on August 11, 2012. Filed under: Family Matters Blog Talk Radio | Tags: , , , , , |

Have you seen my mother?

It was the mid 60’s when Bryan, at age two, was abducted by his father. Bryan was, stealthily, spirited away and taken from Town to Town by his father, keeping their whereabouts unknown. His mother, at nineteen and heartbroken, felt powerless.

Bryan was taught at a very young age that his mother was demonized and that she had been physically abusive to him as a baby. As the years went on and Bryan grew older, several times he asked his father for information to contact his mother; his father always shrugged his shoulders. Then at age eighteen, Bryan inquires once again of his mother, only to be told, by his father, that she had overdosed on drugs and died in a mental institution.

Listen to the one hours show on Blog Talk Radio.

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/syndicatednews/2012/06/27/have-you-seen-my-mother-story-about-a-kidnapping

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Brian Ludmer on Family Matters Blog Talk Radio (II)

Posted on August 10, 2012. Filed under: Family Matters Blog Talk Radio | Tags: , , , , |

Brian Ludmer’s visit 2 weeks ago did not provide enough time to enjoy his wealth of experience and information. Brian will be writing about tips in various areas including: Managing your legal case; dealing with mental health professionals; and helping alienated parents. He is authoring a chapter in the forthcoming 2nd Edition of TheInternational Handbook of Parental Alienation Syndrome. Brian brings a unique perspective to parental alienation cases, having successfully solved his own family dynamic when faced with attempts to estrange him from his own children. Unlike many other professionals –

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/syndicatednews/2012/01/26/brian-ludmer–back-by-popular-demand-1242012

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Dr. Kathleen Reay on Family Matters Blog Talk Radio

Posted on August 10, 2012. Filed under: Family Matters Blog Talk Radio | Tags: , , , , |

Every one of us gets thrown curveballs throughout life. Sometimes those curveballs can be confusing and overwhelming. Sometimes they seem like nothing at all. But, did you know that small, medium, big, or gigantic-sized curveballs are actually a form of trauma? Single or multiple traumas can actually create imbalances in our brain and nervous system that can negatively impact how we think, feel and act in life. This is a scientific fact. If we don’t effectively release the energy of trauma, it becomes frozen in our brain and nervous system and can cause a variety of problems including depression, anxiety attacks, phobias, numbness, stress, forgetfulness, addictions, sleeplessness, loneliness, chronic pain, headaches, and many other complaints. When any of these complaints occur, then it can be difficult to function at work, at school, or in relationships.

Dr. Kathleen M. Reay, Inc. & Associates,
Suite 204 – 74 Wade Avenue East,
Penticton, British Columbia, Canada, V2A 8M4

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/syndicatednews/2012/04/18/family-matters-with-dr-kathleen-raey-4182012

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