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Asa Don Brown

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Dr. Asa Don Brown is an author, speaker, and clinician. Dr. Brown has worked as a clinician in Canada and the United States. He is a prolific author having been published in a variety of professional and popular journals, magazines, and online columns, including: Healthy Directions, American Psychiatric, American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress, Inner Peace Parenting Magazine, and many others. Dr. Brown has had a regular monthly column with The Sober World Magazine (January 2015 - Present). In the past, he had a bimonthly column with the Canadian Counselling & Psychotherapy Association from February 2011- February 2015. Dr. Brown has published the following books: Interpersonal Skills in the Workplace, Finding Solutions that Work, 20 ...more

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Asa Don Brown Please join me today at 3 PM Eastern when I look forward to being interviewed by Doug Llewelyn http://www.blogtalkradio.com/closeupt...

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Robin Clark Hello Asa, I am really happy we have connected.

Thank you for adding me to your friend's list - it was very nice of you. I look forward to reading your book reviews, comments, and recommendations. Keep living the good life! If you want to review any of my books, please let me know :)

Peace and happiness be with you,
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Elaine hi Asa , thankyou for befriending me.looking forward to chatting about books with you


Harlequin Books Hello Dr. Brown, it is a pleasure to meet you. If you ever have any questions about Harlequin or our books, please feel free to ask.

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Asa Don Brown Upcoming November 21~11 AM PST ~ LATalk Radio ~ Author Discussion ~ Waiting To Live with Dr Melody Foxx & Allen Cardoza

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Asa Don Brown Developing A Relationship With Your Child’s Teachers And School
http://www.ccpa-accp.ca/blog/?p=672

by Dr. Asa Don Brown

CCPA Author: Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association


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Ellen Maze Hi Asa! It is nice to meet you! I look forward to sharing book reviews and recommendations. I put your top book on my shelf to read when I can.
Have a great day!
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Jesse Hanson Namaste Asa, Thanks for including me among your friends on goodreads.com. Wishing you the best in all things.
Want to invite you to consider my spiritual allegory, Song of George: Portrait of an Unlikely Holy Man. It's definitely fiction, but it's sincere and inspired by my own personal experiences.
Truly, jesse s. hanson


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Asa Don Brown Event: 'Dr. Asa Don Brown Discusses “Waiting To Live”'

Dr. Asa Don Brown will discuss his latest book “Waiting to Live” his doctoral research on The effects of childhood trauma on adult perception and worldview, as well as his professional and personal pursuits. This is a free presentation Thursday March 17 at 7:00 pm at TRU’s The Gathering Place.

http://welcometowilliamslake.ca/index...


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Ed Rambeau Thanks for accepting my friend request, Asa. It's greatly appreciated. I am an actor/singer/songwriter recently turned author who is very fortunate to be getting rave reviews and 5 stars across the board for my first outing, FORBIDDEN STEPS. I guess the best way to introduce myself is through my website:

http://www.edrambeau.com

Thanks again and have a a terrific day, Ed


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Tracy Dr. Asa Don Brown has been recently nominated for an Award in Williams Lake, British Columbia, Canada

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EZRead eBookstore Hello, Asa! Glad to see you like "Crime & Punishment", it's one of my favorites as well!


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Tracy Today will be the last day that Shaw Cable will be airing Asa's on Channel 10.


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Tracy I'm thrilled to announce that Shaw Cable is currently running an interview of Asa, his latest book, his professional work, and his personal and professional backgrounds. The interview will be aired for the next week on Shaw Cable Channel 10 in Williams Lake, British Columbia.


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