SMART Recovery Announces Final “Anatomy of Emotions” Series-Guilt, Depression & Emotional Muscle
Edward Garcia, CSW, will provide the third and final in the Anatomy of Emotions series, Understanding Guilt & Situational Depression and Building Emotional Muscle, Thursday, August 18, 2011, 8:30-10:00 p.m. EDT.
By: SMART Recovery
Among many achievements, Mr. Garcia has an extensive and diverse background in the field of human behavior. He holds both an undergraduate and graduate degree from New York University. His post graduate work was conducted at the Institute for Advanced Study in Rational Emotive Therapy, where Mr. Garcia worked extensively with Dr. Albert Ellis, founder of REBT, and on whose work SMART Recovery is founded. Upon completion of his four year internship, he became a Fellow of the Institute and was appointed Co-Director of Clinical Training there, a position he held for five years until his move to Atlanta, GA, where he currently resides.
Related to our upcoming workshop session, Mr. Garcia developed and appeared in a five hour TV presentation for WPBS entitled Developing Emotional Muscle, and he writes a weekly column for the Buckhead Atlanta newspaper, “On Developing Emotional Muscle.” Ed Garcia, along with Dr. Bill Knaus and Ron Parker, co-hosted SMART Recovery’s extremely successful 6-week “Job Search Support Group” in the Winter of 2010. During the spring/summer of 2011, he has presented two in his Anatomy of Emotions series at SMART Recovery Online.
The free workshop will be hosted in The SMART Room – one of SMART Recovery’s Online voice chat rooms, Thursday, August 18, 2011 8:30 p.m. Eastern time, for 90 minutes. To access the SMART Room, register for SMART Recovery Online. Please register in advance. Once registered, access the SMART Recovery Message Board. You may also access the message boards through the menus on the main site: http://www.smartrecovery.org, “Online Activities,”
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