#232 – Mindfulness and The Art of Choice with Karen Sherman, PhD

photo of Karen Sherman, PH.D.

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Karen Sherman, Ph.D. a licensed psychologist in New York, has been in private practice for over 20 years. Her focus is relationships/marriage and helping people achieve their greatest potential.
Karen is the author of “Mindfulness and The Art of Choice: Transform Your Life” which enables people to let go of conditioned responses and empower them to make their own choices; the co-author of “Marriage Magic! Find It, Keep It, and Make It Last,” and a contributor to “101 Great Ways to Improve Your Life, Vol. 2,” writing a chapter about overcoming stress.

She’s a featured writer on Yahoo Personals, a relationship blogger for ThirdAge.com, and writes the “Disputes” column for Hitchedmag.com. Karen also conducts workshops, teleseminars and speaking engagements. She’s a frequent guest on national radio and her expert opinion has appeared in numerous publications. Additionally, she was a former relationships expert on the “Bo Griffin Morning Show,” and a marriage expert on ClubMom.com.
Her memberships include American Psychological Association, American Counseling Association, Nassau County Psychological Association. She’s certified as a Nationally Board Certified Counselor and a National Family Life Educator and belongs to The National Registry for Marriage Friendly Therapists.

She serves on the undergraduate Psychology Dept. at CW Post University.
Her web sites, www.ChoiceRelationships.com or www.drkarensherman.com, offer free newsletters and programs.

She and her husband have enjoyed over 30 years of marriage and have two daughters, a son-in-law, and a grandson.

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3 Comments

  1. Posted March 12, 2010 at 10:50 pm | Permalink

    Great show! Relationships are under ever increasing stress and the problem seems perpetuating across generations. Thank you for sharing this excellent interview.

  2. Posted March 16, 2010 at 10:53 am | Permalink

    I really connected with Dr. Sherman’s comments on mindfulness and their impact on the quality of our lives. Living in the “now” takes energy but the positive benefits refuel and replenish us.

    I also enjoyed Dr. Sherman’s insight on marriage/relationships along with her practical tools and strategies. Very informative!

  3. John Knight
    Posted March 27, 2010 at 8:52 am | Permalink

    That was awesome, glad she persisted. :)

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