When I posted a call for new contributors ‘Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life’ a few weeks ago, I had no idea we’d be contacted by such an outstanding range of potential new authors. I’d now like to offer a warm welcome to two new regular contributors: Dr George Simon and Evan Hadkins.
Welcome to Our Newest Contributors
It was just a few weeks ago that I posted a note inviting potential new blog contributors (see “So, What Would YOU Like to Say in the Area of Mental Health?”), and within a very short time, we’d had a terrific response. You may have noticed a few guest contributions lately to Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life, and I’m delighted to say that the first outcome is a big welcome for our two newest regular contributors: Evan Hadkins and Dr George Simon.
About Evan Hadkins
Evan Hadkins has actually been a frequent visitor and valued commenter on CounsellingResource.com for quite awhile now, and I’m very pleased to welcome him now as a regular author of his own posts.
Evan writes about all aspects of health — physical, emotional, mental, spiritual and social — with an emphasis on psychology and personal development.
Evan has written several posts already, including these:
- Do They Want Us to Stay The Same?
- From Dependence to Independence to Interdependence, Part 1
- From Dependence to Independence to Interdependence, Part 2
- From Dependence to Independence to Interdependence, Part 3
- Can Listening Skills Get in the Way?
(Editor’s Note: From time to time, we retire articles or article series, and Evan’s articles are now featured over at our archive site BlogsInMind.com.)
About Dr Simon
Dr George Simon specialises in character disturbance, and his book, In Sheep’s Clothing: Understanding and Dealing with Manipulative People, has been a five-star rated bestseller for nearly 13 years, is published in several foreign languages, and is regarded by many as the definitive work on manipulative characters. He is a sought-after speaker who has conducted over 250 workshops and instructional seminars across the country and who has appeared on numerous television and radio talk shows.
Dr Simon has also joined our International Advisory Board, so if you’d like to learn more about him, please stop by the separate post welcoming him to the Board: “Dr George Simon Joins International Advisory Board”.
Dr Simon has already written several posts on character disturbance, including these:
- “Disturbances of Character”
- “What is a Character Disorder?”
- “Neurosis vs. Character Disorder: Levels of Awareness”
- “Neurosis vs. Character Disorder: Contrasting Needs in Therapy”
If you’d like to follow Dr Simon’s contributions on a regular basis, they’re collected automatically at the following URL:
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