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Dr. Daniel Tomasulo to Answer Questions on Psychology and Well Being at Recovering the Self

Daniel Tomasulo

Daniel Tomasulo

Loving Healing Press (Michigan), August 24, 2010 – Seasoned psychotherapist and psychodrama expert Dr. Daniel Tomasulo has joined the self-growth/healing journal Recovering the Self as a regular columnist. In the journal’s new section Tell Me More, Dr. Tomasulo will answer questions about psychological health, relationships, personal challenges, and other topics pertaining to psychological and general well-being.

Dr. Tomasulo is the author of Confessions of a Former Child (Graywolf Press, 2008) and he writes a regular column Ask the Therapist at the popular psychology site http://psychcentral.com. His interview about psychodrama and healing was published in Recovering the Self (Vol. 2 No. 2). Finding the journal a nice platform for healing and growing through writing and sharing of knowledge and experiences, Dr. Tomasulo decided to take some time for answering questions in the journal’s new section Tell Me More.

Questions can be sent to Dr. Tomasulo via email at Dr.DanTellMeMore@gmail.com (not case sensitive). Answers to selected questions (by Dr. Tomasulo) will be published in the following issue of the journal. Those interested in asking any questions need to provide their name, email address, and place of residence (city and country). The deadline for sending Dr. Tomasulo questions for the 6th issue of the journal is October 31, 2010.

To learn more about Dr. Tomasulo and his work, visit http://www.theheali.ehost.com/aboutus.php. To learn about Recovering the Self, visit or send an email to editor@recoveringself.com.

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Recovering The Self is a forum for people to tell their stories. Individual contributors accept complete responsibility for the veracity, accuracy, and non-infringement of their reporting.
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