Here you are a list of my activities and appearances during this years. Continue reading “Schedule of Appearances”
I am a clinical psychologist and transactional analyst. Since 1965 I have studied, written, taught and lectured on the emotions and emotional literacy–as opposed to emotional intelligence–as they relate to love cooperation and the common good — and how these factors affect our personal power.
I have developed a program for emotional literacy training (click here) using transactional analysis (click here) principles and methods.
Starting in the Spring of 2013 I have had a number of medical problems (prostate surgery, Parkinson’s Disease onset, hernia surgery, emergency hospitalizations, oncology radiation treatments…) and procedures which have severely restricted my ability to travel. I can still drive, walk to the corner store, exercise at the health club, attend meetings, cook for myself, etc. and could with much help attend a meeting or conference, if invited. Continue reading “Welcome”
by Claude M. Steiner Ph. D.
This article started as a proposal for a book which that has not found interest in the publishing world so far, and is yet to be written and published. I include it here as it may be of interest to visitors .
Excellence in Aging for Men: Twelve Strategies
By Claude Steiner PhD
“…they say in the end, it’s the wink of an eye…”
Jackson Browne Continue reading “Wake up! You’re Dying”
* In a lively class discussion, Marge is asked a question by the professor. She is convinced that everyone is smarter and better read than she. She fears that her teacher will find out that she is a fraud and her mind becomes a blank as her whole body is frozen with panic.
* Doug hears voices in his head every time that he has an interaction at work: “Can’t you see how weird and awkward you are? Every one else does!” Continue reading “Pleased to Meet You, Hope you Guess my Name; The Inner Critic”