- Apr. 24, 2014 - NEW YORK --
On Thursday, April 24, 2014 at 12 noon EST, Spotlite Radio will have an interview with Dr. Bonnie Jacobson, a practicing Psychologist in New York City, adjunct professor at New York University (NYU) and the director of The New York Institute for Psychological Change on the Upper East Side in NYC. For 40 years, Dr. Jacobson has successfully educated her patients and supported them through their rough times. Dr. Jacobson has conducted workshops around the world to help people overcome obstacles and to instruct them that they are not alone. As a member of the American Psychological Association, American Group Psychotherapy and Eastern Group Psychotherapy, Dr. Jacobson makes herself available to people in need. Even everyday people who are in need of a boost of confidence and acceptance, Dr. Jacobson has successfully written six self-help books including If Only You Would Listen
(St Martin’s Press, 1995) The Shy Single
(Rodale, 2004) Press, and Choose to be Happily Married
(Adams Media, 2010). It is in Dr. Jacobson deepest desire to help people to overcome their fear of loneliness and confine in her for support. Currently Dr. Jacobson is writing a new book "Connection, Ten lessons to End Loneliness,"
which is the results of analytic groups that Dr. Jacobson has conducted for over twenty years.
Dr. Jacobson will be sharing with her listeners about how people tend to feel lonely and ways they can overcome their loneliness. There are ways to connect with others to make that lonely feeling fade like it was never there. During Dr. Jacobson Spotlite Radio interview, she will be reviewing three of her ten lessons she has come up with. This will include how to give feedback diplomatically, receive feedback diplomatically and how to make you vulnerable.
Remember to listen to Spotlite Radio on Thursday, April 24, 2014 at 12 noon EST for an interview with Dr. Bonnie Jacobson, psychologist in New York City! For additional information please visit her website at www.bonniejacobson.com