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How to Change What You Say to Relieve Anxiety
Meet Dr. Joan Rosenberg
Speaker • Author • Podcaster
Joan I. Rosenberg, PhD, creator of Emotional Mastery™ and Emotional Mastery Training™, is a highly regarded expert psychologist, master clinician, trainer and consultant. As a cutting edge psychologist who is known as an innovative thinker, trainer and speaker, Joan has shared her life-changing ideas and models for emotional mastery, change and personal growth in professional and educational seminars, psychotherapy sessions and graduate psychology teaching.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
Joan Rosenberg just amazes me with her knowledge and ability to help you clear through emotional blocks in moments when she works with you.
This is the Holy Grail of training. Everything we do is immersed in emotion yet we spend little time on mastering our emotional states. I can’t imagine my future without this stellar and thought-provoking training.
Do You Have a Hard Time Speaking Up
If you struggle with feeling anxious, lack confidence in what you have to say and know your quietness affects your relationships at home or work, then this MindStream Podcast will help you understand the importance of speaking up. You’ll learn four different approaches that can help you more capably use your voice, speak with ease, assert yourself and develop confidence.
BOOKS BY JOAN
Ease Your Anxiety
How to Gain Confidence, Emotional Strength and Inner Peace
No longer faced with the experience of anxiety, many individuals are now busy pursuing lives of their own design. You don’t have to spend months or years in therapy. Learn the strategies and see for yourself what a difference they can make.
Mean Girls, Meaner Women
Understanding Why Women Backstab, Betray and
Trash-Talk Each Other and How to Heal
Dr. Erika Holiday and Dr. Joan I. Rosenberg take a look at hurtful behavior between women from the perspective of both the target and the victim. Using groundbreaking brain research to explain why being the target of a woman’s hurtful behavior and being socially excluded can be so excruciatingly painful to women.