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Dr. Sherrie Campbell’s New Book Explains DIY Psychology

May 3, 2013

Psychologist´s guide to good living, loving and learning.

Irvine, CA (PRWEB) May 03, 2013

Dr. Sherrie Campbell believes that we all have the tools to be happy — we just don´t know how to use them.

In her latest book, Loving Yourself, readers can embark on a guided tour to their psyche. By encouraging them to feel and re-experience old as well as current emotions, Campbell offers constructive ways for readers to deal with their reactions. As they learn to define themselves as a unique individual, the reader can then take responsibility for creating and maintaining their own happiness.

“I consider myself to be an out-of-the-box psychologist in that I feel that each human being is completely unique which would mean that just one treatment type or modality would be a limiting way to approach any one person,” says Campbell. “Therefore, I use all types of differing approaches to get into the very nooks and crannies of each person´s individual and multidimensional way of thinking, feeling, behaving and interacting in their world and relationships,” she adds.

To keep patient sessions personalized, Campbell uses a variety of modalities, including: psychodynamic, humanistic, movie therapy, projective therapy, reality therapy, human design, cognitive behavioral therapy, and positive psychology, neurolinguistic programming, choice therapy, attachment theory as well as journal writing and reading.

“If you love yourself your life will shift. You will stop waiting on peace and happiness and learn to create it for yourself,” Campbell says.

Loving Yourself

By Sherrie Campbell

ISBN: 978-1-47728-933-4

Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and AuthorHouse online bookstores.

About the author:

Possessing over nineteen years of training and experience, Dr. Sherrie Campbell received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology in 2003. While she has specialized in psychotherapy with adults and teenagers, she has also worked extensively with individuals, couples, groups, and families coping with relationship difficulties, sexual abuse, grief, childhood trauma, and sexual issues. She now resides in Irvine, Calif. where she is currently practicing as a licensed counselor, psychologist, and marriage and family therapist.

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