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|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Vendor: New Leaf Press
Publication Date: 2006
Availability: In Stock
Today's culture puts a tremendous emphasis on being competitive-- being a winner in life, in a career, and in a perfect relationship. The pressure to succeed can be one of the toughest aspects of growing up for young people in this success-driven society.
From his base in the Pacific Northwest, Dr. Gregg Jantz, over the last two decades, has cemented his reputation as one of the country's finest psychologists. His particular passion is seeing young people become everything God intends them to be. In this remarkable new book, Dr. Jantz shares a wealth of wisdom for parents to help shape their child's future in a successful, and faith-strengthening way. Going beyond the standard strategies into a unique perspective drawn from his years of experience in professional practice, along with his own parenting journey, Dr. Jantz offers workable solutions for relationships, drug and alcohol addictions, body image struggles, and living life with purpose.
Today, more than ever, people long to know there is Hope... and that is precisely what Dr. Gregory Jantz represents to thousands. A national speaker, author and counselor, Dr. Jantz is the Founder of The Center for Counseling and Health Resources, Inc., known as "A Place of Hope" a leading healthcare facility for mental health and chemical dependency treatment. He is a nationally certified eating disorder specialist, a state-certified chemical dependency counselor, a nationally certified psychologist and a licensed mental health counselor.
The Center for Counseling and Health Resources, Inc. specializes in whole-person care, emphasizing the emotional, relational, physical and spiritual aspects to healing and recovery. Individuals from across the world come to The Center to participate in the hope-filled work of recovery from a variety of traumatic issues through a unique, individually tailored treatment program. Over the course of more than twenty-four years, The Center has helped thousands of individuals and families restore their health and reclaim their lives.
Dr. Jantzs whole-person approach is at the heart of his wide appeal. By addressing and engaging the emotional, intellectual, relational, physical and spiritual dimensions, he believes the entire person can emerge as a whole and healed human being.
Dr. Jantz speaks nationally at conferences, seminars, and retreats on a wide variety of topics utilizing his extensive expertise and experience. Dr. Jantz has also hosted several popular radio call-in shows, participating in more than sixteen-hundred individual interviews since 1995. The Center has been featured on The Dr. Phil Show, serving as a counseling resource for participants to that popular show. He has appeared on the 700 Club and many other television programs.
Married for twenty-five years to his wife, LaFon, he is the father of two sons, Gregg and Benjamin.