As you go about your day, and you are offering feedback to others, are you really aware of how your feedback is being perceived? Is it just opinion? Is it advice? Is it asked for or are you perhaps, offering without permission? Sometimes, the feedback we give, what we say and more importantly, how we say it, can not only make matters worse but can have long term negative effects. So how DO you give constructive feedback while maintaining a healthy relationship?
Dr. Alexandra Miller, is a psychologist who has worked in private practice for 15 years. She is a mother of four children and an expert in family systems psychology, cognitive behavioral psychology (CBT) and clinical psychopharmacology. She is an active reader in the ever-growing body of work within psychology and hosts the podcast "Psychology America with Dr. Alexandra,” which you can listen to via iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher and Buzzsprout. To learn more about Dr. Alexandra you may visit her websites PsychologyAmeria.com or LiveWellPsychologyCenter.com
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