New Take On Most Trusted Form Of Self-Improvement How to take control of your life and re-route your future with written therapy.
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 5, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Authors Eugene F. Moynihan Jr. and Richard F. Quis have released the must-read guide to bringing raw, life-altering thoughts into physical existence and becoming crystal clear about what you don't want so you can discover, and focus upon, what you want.
Thinking Anew: Harnessing the Power of Belief has been called a composition book, a black book, a work book, a sketch book, a scrap book and a powerful self-improvement book. New beginnings, like all start-ups, are ugly…even when the power of writing as a change agent has been known for thousands of years. Being creative is always a challenge. While book stores debate about slotting Thinking Anew in their inspirational or spirituality or self-help or creative writing or journaling (it's not) or addiction/recovery sections, mental health professionals would categorize it as written goal focused therapy…how to create and fulfill aspirations.
Thinking Anew contains the instructions on how to change your life and become what you are meant to be. The book is designed to help people in crisis find the passion to make change stick. A street-wise psychotherapist, with deep experience helping people in recovery, explains how to create a masterpiece, a real page turner…Pulitzer Prize potential…about your success going forward. Written goal focused self-improvement…making thoughts visible on paper…has been trusted by its practitioners for two thousand years. If you have tried oral therapy and need something more, then give writing therapy a try. Caution! Some assembly required.
Learn more at www.helpthinkinganew.com. To receive a review copy of the book or to interview Moynihan and Quis please contact Author Marketing Experts.
Eugene F. (Gene) Moynihan, Jr. is a street-wise psychotherapist in private practice. He had the contract with the New York City Police Department for ten years helping cops deal with the dark side of their profession, as well as 9/11 first responders. Richard F. (Dick) Quis is a writer, fine artist and an investment banker. After a near death experience where Dick was asked by his surgeon to help with his survival, he became intrigued with Gene's uncanny ability to help people get through rough times. He helped document Gene's highly successful written self-improvement methodology.
Title: Thinking Anew: Harnessing the Power of Belief
Author: Eugene F. Moynihan Jr. & Richard F. Quis
Published date: October 2012
Publisher: QV Press
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