About The Author
Dr. Don J. Feeney, Jr. is the founder and director of Consulting Psychological Services, P.C., in Downers Grove and Chicago, Illinois, where he functions as a licensed clinical psychologist. He earned his Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Loyola University of Chicago in 1979 and has been fascinated with the study of life purpose dynamics and motifs for more than 29 years. He completed postdoctoral studies at the University of Chicago and attended the Adler Institute of Chicago. He is a certified alcohol and drug counselor and has published numerous articles on addictions. He has been on many national talk shows and recently completed “Motifs: The Transformative Creation of Self” and is currently working on new material related to the Psychology of Terrorism. He is a certified neurolinguistics programmer, using Ericksonian hypnosis in his therapy and publications. He has drawn extensively from many theoretical and clinical fields in formulating his particular brand of therapeutic intervention involving healing and sensory motifs.
He has published numerous articles on addiction, has been on many national talk shows including Oprah Winfrey, and has publshed three other books: 1. Motifs: The Transformative Creation of Self 2. Entrancing Relationship: Exploring the Hypnotic Framework of Addictive Relationship and 3. Creating Cultural Motifs Against Terrorism.
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