Neutralize the Users, Abusers and Manipulators Hidden Among Us
Steven is the author of Protecting Yourself from Emotional Predators: Neutralize the Users, Abusers and Manipulators Hidden Among Us, which offers a new paradigm for dealing with toxic people. The insights in his book inform much of his work as a dispute resolution professional and consultant, and have proved eye-opening for attorneys and their clients.
For Emotional Predators, life is a strategy game to dominate and control, and you are either a player to be defeated or a game piece to be used. Without empathy or remorse, they’ll ruin your life, and traditional approaches will make things worse. You’ll learn 5 essential steps for protecting yourself, valuable guidance for safe relationships and over 30 specific defensive tactics for
Removing Your Emotional
Using Gratitude And
Regaining Control In
Breaking An Addiction To An
Re-balancing Power In
Adjusting Beliefs That
Keep You Trapped
Screening Professionals To
Be Sure They Can Help
Instead Of Reacting Emotionally
Playing Their Games Better Than They Do –
Without Becoming Like Them
Steven Wolhandler, J.D., M.A., L.P.C. is an attorney and psychotherapist with decades of experience in dispute resolution and psychology.
An attorney since 1984, Steven is a graduate of Cornell Law School where he was an Editor of the Law Review. He practiced law in a large Wall Street law firm and as a soloist in a small New Mexican town. Steven began his doctoral clinical psychology training in 1988, taking a leave of absence in 1990. He formed Creative Conflict Resolutions, LLC in 1999 and received a Masters in Counseling Psychology in 2002.
Steven has been resolving business and family disputes outside the courts since 1993 (as a mediator, arbitrator, consultant, custody evaluator and parental decision-maker). He combines his legal training and experience with his deep understanding of the psychological basis of high-conflict disputes. He is the author of Protecting Yourself from Emotional Predators: Neutralize the Users, Abusers and Manipulators Hidden Among Us, which presents a new paradigm for understanding toxic people and relationships.