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Dr. Debora Phillips: How to Fall Out of Love

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Dr. Debora Phillips is America's Leading Behavioral Therapist.  She has appeared on Oprah,  Donahue, The Today Show, and featured in a five-page spread in People Magazine for her pioneering work with broken hearts and her falling out of love program.  

Dr. Debora Phillips has worked with hundreds of couples, individuals, and families, treating people from all walks of life, helping them to overcome unadaptive feelings (anxiety, guilt, jealousy, anger, unrequited love, depression, etc) and replace them with adaptive feelings and positive patterns of communication and other behaviors; everything from helping people get over the rejection of unrequited love, childhood/adolescent trauma, phobias, poor self-esteem, sexual dysfunction, marital problems, to giving children the tools to stop their (OCD) obsessive compulsive behaviors. She also founded and directed this country’s first anti-bullying program “End Teen Cruelty.”

Dr. Phillips has extensive private practices in New York City, San Francisco, and Beverly Hills. She has taught at several medical schools, including the University of Southern California and Temple University,  where she was the Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Columbia University Medical School in New York City, where she was the Assistant Clinical Professor of Child Psychiatry.

Her new book How to Fall out of Love - is straight  talk when "You can’t stop thinking about him or her. Everybody tells you to stop, “he’s gone,” “she doesn’t love you,” “get over it.” But no matter how hard you try to stop, you can’t."  Yes you can - learn how now.

drdphillips.com   brannanstreetbooks.com

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