HERE WE GO AGAIN by JUNE SIMON
About The Book:
We all have ‘stuff’’ which I have referred to in this book as unresolved
issues. That ‘stuff’’ can be valuable if looked upon as the lessons in
life that made you grow emotionally, and intellectually, and brought you to the
right place at possibly even at the wrong time. The exceptional people and
experiences which are life altering are often the result of very positive or
very negative events. If my life had been ‘perfect’ I could not have been an
effective psychotherapist. All of the valuable and interesting clinical
information needs to be applied in a ‘real life’ and creative way in order
for the concepts to be practical. Many of us in this profession are drawn to the
field in order to understand our own lives more clearly. Life is the ultimate
adventure and the understanding of that process helps to humanize the
theoretical aspects and make them useful. My desire and decision to write this
book was to share the essence of what I learned as a therapist and a student of
psychology. I found it difficult to write a simplified version of psychological
dynamics so that people who were not interested in the scientific depths of
theory could easily grasp what was important. So, I included my own experiences
because reading about someone’s life and how it got the way it did seems to be
more understandable and interesting than a fictional account. The book uses
humor, cartoons, charts and worksheets in order to give the reader
practical/useful information that is easily apparent.
How we get our 7 major underlying issues as well as Perceptions, Communication,
Sex Therapy and Information, Defense Mechanisms, practical effective Coping
Skills, andChoosing a Partner are included.
Besides, I can’t sue myself for exposing my experiences.
June Simon Stoelzel LMFT and Certified Sex
Therapist has been licensed in California since 1985. She had majored in art but
had always wanted to be a detective. The training in art-thinking outside the
‘box’, creativity, and making sense of reaction/symptoms was the draw to
psychology and psychotherapy.
June has worked in Public Welfare, Clinics, andHospital Behavioral Health.
Training as a sex therapist led to PTSD work as well.
Making Sense of Symptoms and the practical easily understood coping skills that
help to gain control over life is the practical essential for managing our lives
and promoting positive control.