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Dr. Todd Fisher Interview, Grief Counselor, Author, Psychotherapist & Exec Coach

  Broadcast in Caregiving

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Dr. Todd learned at the age of 28 that he had most of the traits of attention deficit disorder (ADD) and then later a type of dyslexia. Finally, he thought, there was a reason for his thoughts and actions over the years! Since then, he discovered what works for him, and so he helped many others to harness their own gifts. He found what worked to increase brain performance and how to increase productivity. He practiced as a psychotherapist and consultant for over 10 years and today he is committed to practicing as a consultant and executive coach assisting entrepreneurs, leaders, and companies to increase performance and happiness. This formula also works very well with caregivers to increase their happiness. Contact him at www.DrToddFisher.com

Join Dave Nassaney, The Caregiver's Caregiver, author of numerous articles and books, speaker, life coach, and radio talk-show host for caregivers who are burned out, but his most important role is being a caregiver to his lovely wife, Charlene. His latest book that he is now working on is entitled: The Caregiver's Caregiver, A Guide to Avoiding Burnout. It is designed to teach caregivers who are taking care of their loved ones (due to an illness or disability) how to take care of themselves FIRST. If they don't learn this, they will likely suffer burnout and become as helpless as the person they are caring for. Tune in every Wednesday at noon, PST, (Re-Broadcast Saturdays at 3:30pm PST) for interviews with experts in the caregiving field, as they discuss topics of great interest to caregivers, which will help them avoid burnout. www.DaveTheCaregiversCaregiver.com

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