Author shows readers how to gain emotional balance by learning to identify, process four authentic feelings of joy, grief, fear, relief

“Emotional Core Therapy” by Robert A. Moylan, LCPC, demonstrates the power of understanding feelings to keep the body and mind emotionally healthy
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(PR NewsChannel) / May 8, 2012 / NAPERVILLE, Ill.  
"Emotional Core Therapy"

"Emotional Core Therapy" by Robert A. Moylan

Robert A. Moylan takes readers on a therapeutic journey in his new book, “Emotional Core Therapy” (ISBN 1470063263). His goal is to help them understand the root cause of relationship stress. Moylan’s book gives various examples where “Emotional Core Therapy” is used to alleviate debilitating feelings of fear, grief and anger.

Moylan states that several of his clients complain of having emotional problems that result from relationship issues like divorce, job loss or financial strain. In a step-by-step process, the author teaches the reader how to properly release these toxic feelings.

Helping his clients realize that readily available solutions exist to fight common emotional issues is a very enlightening process. This book keeps the reader glued to the book by keeping the concepts simple and easy to read. The goal of “Emotional Core Therapy” is to reach anyone who desires to live a life of vitality and vigor while honoring their relationships.

“If you want to live life to its fullest without any regrets, one of the best ways to do this is to get the most out of each day you live,” Moylan states.

Flow charts, storytelling and much more are contained in Moylan’s book to adequately help readers who desire to change their life.  He believes the contents and main message of “Emotional Core Therapy” will help the reader live a life free of regrets and full of meaning.

“Emotional Core Therapy” is available online at Amazon.com and other channels.

About the Author: Robert A. Moylan has a bachelor’s from Northwestern University, a master’s from Northeastern Illinois University and many certifications from several universities in a variety of subjects. He is married and has a daughter and three dogs. 

MEDIA CONTACT
Robert A. Moylan
Email:              bmoylan111@yahoo.com
Phone:                         (630) 788-1100
Website:           www.robertmoylan.com

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SOURCE:  Robert A. Moylan



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