Frank Lawlis





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Dr. Lawlis has focused on clinical and research methods of the mind-body relationship since 1968 when he received his Ph.D. in Psychology with an emphasis in medical psychology and rehabilitation. He was awarded the Diplomate (A.B.P.P.) in both Counseling Psychology and Clinical Psychology. He also received the status of Fellow from the American Psychological Association for his scientific contributions to the field of clinical psychology and behavioral medicine, as well as other awards for his pioneering research in this field.
Most recently Dr. Lawlis has taken on the exciting project to update the alcohol and drug dependency treatment with applications for brain plasticity. He has been assigned this task by Origins Recovery Center in Sout
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Retraining the Brain: A 45-...

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The ADD Answer: How to Help...

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The IQ Answer: Maximizing Y...

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Mending the Broken Bond: Th...

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The PTSD Breakthrough

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The Stress Answer: Train Yo...

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Not My Child: A Progressive...

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An Imagery Pilgrimage throu...

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“Empathy, the ability to relate emotionally and compassionately to others, is a critical part of communication. Showing empathy is the first step in communication—and it may be the most important form of communicating with your teenager. Yet simply saying “I understand” is not enough. Here are the three basic levels of empathetic responses:”
Frank Lawlis, Not My Child: A Progressive and Proactive Approach for Healing Addicted Teenagers and Their Families

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