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William(Bill)Smith, Ph.D. an author, psychotherapist,consultant and personal coach. My practice focuses on online counseling, phone and face-to-face session with survivors of personal trauma,childhood abuse, relationship concerns, and individual troubled by depression or confusing emotions. When you are ready for help I am as near as your computer.
As a psychotherapist and consultant, I philosophically believe in the ability of mankind to achieve any goal truly desired. I, also, believe that human being's capacity for personal growth is limited solely by his or her imagination. Man is a unique organism;and is the only organism with the capacity to transcend his environment. Man is a self-creating being who was not innately endowed with personality or goals;but must choose them by acts of individual decisions.
I earned a doctoral degree in psychology from Kensington University, Glendale, CA. Masters in psychology and family counseling from Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY. Bachelor degree double major in Psy/Soc. from Lehman College, Bronx, NY. I completed four years of intensive training in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy at Lenox Hill Medical Center, NY.
I have had the pleasure of teaching the concepts and theories of psychology and the techniques of psychoanalysis at several post graduate program in the NY/NJ area. Presently I am an adjunct professor of psychology at Hudson CountyCommunity College, NJ.
I am the author of several articles on the subject of Post Traumatic Disorder(PTSD)Childhood sexual Abuse, Body Dysmorphic Disorder(BDD) and articles on drug abuse and alcoholism.
SHARE Wednesday, January 23, 2013 Addiction: Monkey On My Back
After many years of being addicted to alcohol my life had become unmangageable and I needed help.September 10th, 1964, I call AA (Alcoholic Anonymous. I attended my first meeting that day and been sober ever since.
(1 comments) SHARE Thursday, January 10, 2013 Brother and Sister Sexual Abuse: The Secret Reveal
There are many reasons why sexual abuse happens. But whatever the reason it is important to remember that being sexually abused is never your fault you did nothing to cause the abuse.
(2 comments) SHARE Thursday, January 10, 2013 Power, Sex, and Symbiotic Relationship
General David Petracus' resignation and admission of an extramarital affair bloody the waters and the news media are in a feeding frenzy. Powerful men engaging in extramarital affairs with beautiful younger women. A new means to examine why powerful and intelligent men risk everything for sex.
(11 comments) SHARE Friday, November 23, 2012 Power, Sex, and Symbiotic Attachment
Powerful men engaging in extramarital affairs with beautiful younger women.A new means to examine why powerful and intelligent men risk everything for sex.
(5 comments) SHARE Tuesday, October 23, 2012 Psalm of Obama
This article attempts to highlight the need for a third political party. The two party system is out-dated and respond to the needs of those who pays the tab.
(4 comments) SHARE Friday, February 20, 2009 Black History Month Is Necessary
A commonly held belief is that Black History Month is not necessary because black people have made no contributions to civilization and therefore have no history to celebrate.
(1 comments) SHARE Tuesday, January 27, 2009 Alcohol Abuse and Economic Downturns
Several studies have provided robust evidence that the prevalence of binge drinking is strongly connected to psychological stress of recessions. And, even among those who remain employed, binge drinking increased substantially during economic downturns.
(22 comments) SHARE Sunday, January 25, 2009 Chief Justice Roberts' Freudian Slip
Under the bright lights of Freudian psychology, the misreading of the oath of office is a classical Freudian slip. However, by calling it for what it is; I feel like the child who said that the Emperor had nothing on.