Counselor Robert A. Moylan, LCPC has discovered, through 20 years of psychology research, the simplest and most effective behavioral psychology approach currently available in the world to treat most relationship/psychological stress. His books are ranked as top-rated reads on Amazon in two categories: “Mental Health” and “Emotions”, check them out here.
The first book on this groundbreaking process, “Emotional Core Therapy”, written for Adults shows readers how to gain emotional balance by learning to identify, process four authentic feelings of joy, grief, fear, and relief. Emotional Core Therapy is one of the most important discoveries in the history of the field of psychology and mental health.
Want to free your mind from stress and discover inner peace? Moylan’s psychological self-help book teaches you how to make the most of every day you live. Compatible with any faith and equally as valuable if you are not religious, emotional core therapy (ECT) can guide you on your quest for tranquility. By focusing on the four true feelings of joy, grief, fear, and relief, ECT teaches you how to honor and learn from your emotions rather than run away from them.
Emotional Core Therapy for Adolescents is a book that was written to help teens gain emotional power and balance. This book is unique in that it utilizes five easy steps to learn how to stay emotionally balanced. The book helps teens identify and process the four authentic feelings of joy, grief, fear, and relief. The book uses teen-friendly language and scenes to help them learn how to process debilitating feelings of fear and loss. Anger, addiction, and teen romance are topics covered in this book.
We often look to sports as a way to escape the frustrations of our lives, but as any golfer knows, your worries follow you onto the greens. Over the years, people have attempted to apply numerous psychological techniques to help golfers improve their mental game to varied levels of success. But now, with the easy-to-follow method of emotional core therapy (ECT), you can simply and effectively identify, process, and release the situational stress that is holding you back on and off the golf course.