About Alan Simberg Ph.D.
Alan Simberg, Ph.D. has been trained as a Life Mastery Consultant through Mary Morrissey’s Life Mastery Institute. He is certified in Applied Clinical Nutrition and is also a certified NET (Neuro Emotional Technique) practitioner. This background in combination with his being trained and licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist and Chemical Dependency Counselor and his 50 plus years of clinical experience have provided him with a wealth of knowledge and understanding.
Alan incorporates all that he has learned when providing his counseling services to clients, groups and organizations. He counsels people from within the perspective of their unique challenges. With sensitivity and compassion, he helps people to build on their strengths and to develop a laser focus that will allow them to identify and to achieve their recovery goals. In addition, Alan is a sought-after speaker who has presented at national conferences and to general audiences, on topics related to the fundamental principles he teaches as well as other topics including Stress Management, Family Counseling, Addiction Recovery Solutions and Spirituality.
Alan’s counseling approach guides people to identify the areas of their life where they experience discontent. He guides people to identify the areas of their life where they experience discontent. Alan then teaches a step by step method that offers a different perspective for viewing circumstances which helps to build a foundation for identifying solutions to life’s challenges.
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Modern Warrior Magazine
Alan Simberg Ph.D. appears in Modern Warrior Magazine July/Aug 2021 edition.
How To Make Money As A Therapist And How To Turn Your Passion Into Your Profession With Dr Alan Simberg
A personal note from Alan Simberg Ph.D.
What’s most important to me with the people that come to see me is that they don’t feel that there is something wrong with them, or that they’re bad or that they are broken. I really believe that we are all just variations of one another and if we can learn to respect ourselves and respect each other and realize that we all have very similar struggles and that the important thing is to identify those struggles without judgment. Just see them for what they are and learn how to manage them so that we can develop peace of mind in our lives. I think that’s an essential component of what I bring in the work that I do with the clients that come to see me.
I find that with the economic pressure in today's society and certainly all the work pressures that people worry a lot and of course, worry and anxiety are very closely related and unfortunately many people don’t know how to manage their stress and they will resort to either drugs or alcohol.
If a person comes to see me that’s drinking alcohol I don’t see it as my job to make them stop. I see it as my job to help them to decide if they want to stop and I also help them to understand how their drinking could be affecting their lives.
One of the strategies I use is known as cognitive behavioral therapy which very simply put is a way of working with people to help them understand how their thoughts can influence their mood. I also talk with them about nutrition from the point of view of how blood sugar can affect mood and how eating three meals a day and keeping their blood sugar within a particular range helps to stabilize their mood.
I think if I had to identify one main purpose or one main intention I have when clients come to see me it would be to help that person, or that couple or that family to accomplish the goals that they came in to see me about and for me not to set the agenda for them but for me to meet their needs as best as I can.
Alan Simberg Ph.D. - Published Author
Back To Living: Action Strategies to Recover from Your Addiction
Are you, or is someone you know, struggling to maintain recovery from addiction? If you answered yes, I want you to know it isn’t unusual for anyone to experience challenges during their recovery. Having difficulty maintaining progress isn’t a reflection of your character or worth as a person.
I wrote this book to help individuals who are struggling with recovery efforts to provide an understanding of the barriers to recovery, as well as practical action-based strategies to help manage recovery as effectively and consistently as possible.
I hope the information contained within this book’s chapters will help you have a fuller understanding of what contributes to addiction, and that it will provide you with the tools you need to increase the quality of your recovery experience. I believe that awareness and useful strategies that are put into action with reasonable consistency, provide the best opportunity for achieving goals.
I wish you all the best!
Business, Life and the Universe - Vol 3
International Best Seller
Meet Chicken Soup for the Soul and TEDx Talks, that's what the bLU Talks Book is all about. 42 Authors have been invited by Corey to share their stories. We all know the best way to learn a lesson is to hear a story from someone who has lived through it. Some times we look at a person and think, "Wow, they have it all together." But what we don't realize is the story the person lived through to get where they are today. The authors in this series each have a story to tell, lessons to teach the people in our universe. Their stories will impact and inspire you in ways you never thought possible.
Alan's Contribution: How to integrate a holistic approach into ongoing recovery from addiction
Share your message with the world
This book tells the personal journey of people around the world, how they overcame their challenges and stayed focused on their goals.
It is true that everyday your direction may change, but one really important thing is to stay focused on your goal so you can conquer your challenges and recognize the lessons learned from them.
I believe knowing someone else's story can assist you to overcome your daily challenges.
The stories in this book can give you the courage and inspiration to maintain the pursuit of your recovery and overall life goals.