Original Air Date Wednesday September 27, 2017
In this week’s episode you will learn about:
⦾ Identifying and talking to difficult people without drama
⦾ Why family dynamics are difficult for so many
⦾ True incentives that make people change
⦾ The importance of family therapy
Eric Maisel, PhD, is a retired family therapist, an active life coach, and the author of more than fifty books including his latest, Overcoming Your Difficult Family. He has been quoted or featured in a variety of publications, including Martha Stewart Living, Redbook, Glamour, Men’s Health, the San Francisco Chronicle, and Self. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. More here.
Sarah (Sam) Elliston is an expert in the art of Dealing with Difficult People. She is a top workshop leader and a member of the faculty of the William Glasser Institute, which espouses “Reality Therapy” to foster behavioral change. Her instructional career began long before she even became aware that she was herself a “difficult person.” Elliston, who holds a BA in International Relations from the University of Maine and a Master of Arts in Teaching from Brown University, spent 23 years with United Way’s Volunteer Center. More here.