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Dealing with Difficult Coworkers and Bosses

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Are you having problems with your coworker?

Do you have a difficult boss?

Hate going into work because of the people you work with?

Looking for help on how to not fight your coworkers?

If so, then you don't want to miss this show: Dealing with Difficult Coworkers with my special guest Dr. Robert A. Moss, PhD, ABN/ABPP, co-author of For Better or For Worse: Am I in Love with a Giver or a Taker?, and is an adult psychological treatment specialist in Greenville, South Carolina.

Dr. Moss is a practicing clinical psychologist in Upstate South Carolina with Board Certification in clinical psychology (American Board of Professional Psychology) and neuropsychology (American Board of Professional Neuropsychology).

He has authored 39 peer reviewed articles, in addition to writing five books. The two most recent articles (2006, 2007) explain the theoretical model of how learning and memory occur in the brain and the model’s application to the development and treatment of psychological disorders. His major professional focus has been on the development of a model of cortical functioning and its applications to psychotherapy.

Moss is a contributing writer to Rejoice! Magazine and has offered his expert opinion on a number of television and radio programs including WSPA CBS-7, Fox Carolina, WDEF 92.3 Chatanooga, and Intersections Matchmaking Radio. For more information visit www.emotionalrestructuring.com.

Join me and Dr. Moss and get your questions on how to deal with a difficult coworkers.