Anna Charbonneau, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist, stress management expert, and author.
If you're feeling overwhelmed, stressed out, or struggling to make changes in your life, Anna can help.
Her book Talk It Out:
How to Find the Right Therapist covers everything you need to know about finding a therapist who is a
good match for you. You can see more of Anna's writing about coping with stress, finding good therapy,
and staying emotionally healthy at her website or follow her
on Twitter @DrAnnaCharb.
Pamela G. Chollet, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist, whose
expertise and passion has helped hundreds of children, adolescents
and adults from coast to coast. She is also a certified cognitive
behavioral therapist and school psychologist. In several
institutions, Dr. Chollet has led teams of professionals to
positively alter the direction of mental health programs. She has
taught holistic approaches to main management and introduced
mindfulness meditation into a chronic pain management programs. In
her blog at Haartfelt.com, you can experience her unique gift for
taking the best research and communicating it in humorous, accurate
and helpful language. She is currently planning to produce podcasts
to reach an even broader audience. Follow her on Twiiter
Susan K. Perry, Ph.D., is a social psychologist, a widely respected relationship expert, and a bestselling author. For her book Loving in Flow: How the Happiest Couples Get and Stay That Way she interviewed dozens of exceptionally satisfied long-term couples.
Dr. Susan is also the award-winning writer of more than a thousand articles, essays, and advice columns. She has written for and been quoted as an expert in such periodicals as Family Circle, Us Weekly, Psychology Today, Cosmopolitan, Ladies Home Journal, Women's Health and Fitness, USA Today, The Los Angeles Times, and Los Angeles Magazine.
She has taught at UCLA's Writers' Program and online. She blogs about writing and creativity at Creating in Flow. Her new book is a novel for adults, Kylie's Heel. Visit Dr. Susan's own site and follow her on Twitter @bunnyape.