This year, Californians faced a number of tragic events, many losing their homes to fire and flooding or experiencing other unexpected traumas. And for some, the emotional and psychological impacts of life-altering events could be difficult to overcome. Joining me with information about how families can recognize when stress and anxiety have exceeded manageable levels and when to ask for help, Nabil El-Ghoroury the Executive Director of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.
DR. ALICIA SALZER, author of BACK TO LIFE, GETTING PAST YOUR PAST WITH RESILIENCE, STRENGTH AND OPTIMISM.
In our midst there are people who remain positive and passionate despite enormous challenges while others just get stuck. BACK TO LIFE is the secret playbook of those people and a celebratory guide for overcoming life’s challenges.
After years of working in the trenches of psychiatry it became clear to trauma psychiatrist Dr. Alicia Salzerthat new methods were needed to help people overcome their experiences. BACK TO LIFE is a creative and empowering way to learn the healthy habits of resilient survivors.
Salzer, has held posts at UCLA, Columbia University, and The Mount Sinai School of Medicine before becoming Director of Aftercare for The Montel Williams Show, where she appeared on more than 100 episodes.
My guest, Terrie Williams talks about her battle with depression and why she decided to speak out and share her testimony, the signs of depression and suggests some strategies for managing negative emotions during the holiday season on talk! with Audrey.