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Susan Lager

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Susan Lager is a psychotherapist, author, and relationship coach at her private practice, The Couples Center PLLC, in Portsmouth, NH. She is the Founder and Principal of Couplespeak™, the unique and innovative company providing exciting programs and vital tools for transformational relationship success. She has authored many published articles, as well as two new workbooks in The Couplespeak™ Series: "I'M TALKING! ARE YOU LISTENING?" FIX COMMUNICATION PROBLEMS WITH YOUR PARTNER IN NO TIME FLAT! is a short, humorous guide for the "do's" and "don't's" of better communication in close relationships. Her latest book "BECOME RELATIONSHIP SMART WITHOUT A LIFETIME OF THERAPY" is a useful resource for anyone wanting more joyful, meaningful relationships. Susan also gets “up close and personal” in two blogs, has produced a series of “Learn To Love” videos on her YouTube channel, and is available as a show-stopping speaker at special events in her “spare" time. You can reach her at her Portsmouth, New Hampshire office at: 603-431-7131

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In this episode Susan Lager co-hosts with psychologist Amy Wood, author of this prize-winning, vital book which provides a compelling approach on how to manage the constant "Go! Do! Be Better" stresses of 21st century American life. Get some important insights on how you can use your instincts and intuition to find balance and confidence, and how to move more intentionally toward a happier, more fulfilling life. Call toll-free 877-497-9046 to come on the air with questions or comments, or to just listen and benefit from the conversation about such an important topic. Can't make the live podcast? Catch the recording afterward at: www.BlogTalkRadio.com/SusanLager
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In this episode Susan Lager, a New England psychotherapist and relationship coach, shares exciting information about her newly published workbook, "I'm Talking! Are You Listening?" Fix Communication Problems With Your Partner In... more

Susan Lager, a New England psychotherapist, relationship coach, and author of the in vital new workbook, "I'm Talking! Are You Listening?" Fix Communication Problems With Your Partner In No Time Flat! shares her insights from many... more

Susan Lager, a psychotherapist and relationship coach, co-hosts this episode with Louise Beck, LICSW, a renowned specialist in the field of Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy. Beck has travelled widely, providing training and inspiration... more

In this episode, Susan Lager, a psychotherapist and relationship coach, co-hosts with Mary Jo Martin, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of eating disorders at Associates In Psychology in... more

Susan Lager, a Portsmouth, N.H. psychotherapist and coach, co-hosts this episode with Leanne Tigert, a Licensed Pastoral Psychotherapist and a Fellow in the American Association of Pastoral Counselors, a US and Canadian... more

Susan Lager, a psychotherapist and relationship coach, spends this episode thinking out load about various compelling issues which come up in marriage, as well as other forms of partnership. She opens up a discussion about how the... more

Loss and the subsequent grieving process is perhaps the most universal psychological experience on the planet. And yet, it is still a journey that frightens and confuses many of us. In this episode, Susan Lager, a psychotherapist and... more

Susan Lager, a psychotherapist and relationship coach, co-hosts this episode with Phil Harford, LICSW, a seasoned specialist in the use of EMDR and clinical hypnosis. Phil has developed a reputation in this region for his work with clients... more

Susan Lager, a psychotherapist, relationship coach, and the middle of three sisters, reconvenes with her two outspoken, irrepressible siblings one year after their wildly popular 2011 show. The three women look back on the year, and... more

(Note: **Rescheduled from 10/5/11 to 11/02/11 at 9PM) How come some couples can be so together at work, but cannot remember to close the refrigerator at home? This topic is for everyone, AD/HD or not, but it is especially useful for... more
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