This book is about high-performance people, their mental health risks and how to use balance for prevention. The definition of high performance is people that are hard working, conscientious and performance oriented (their value is based on their performance, what they achieve each day). These people try harder than the average person to move society forward and make things better. It includes mothers, teachers, doctors, lawyers, small business owners, athletes and captains of industry. My book is designed to assist people in obtaining balance in life, while making our world a better place. The book also discusses what can happen with imbalance.Über den Autor:
Dr. Gorman is a psychiatrist practicing in Rancho Santa Fe, CA. His research and clinical work has included Winter Depression, Bipolar disorder and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Dr. Gorman's 22 years of clinical experience has led to his observation that high-performance people struggling with depression and anxiety don't have balance in their lives. He has an academic affiliation as Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of California, San Diego and has expertise is in talking therapy and psychopharmacology. These qualifications enabled him to help our finest citizens to achieve their goals. Dr. Gorman's riches are based on being the father of four fantastic children and husband to a beautiful wife. He is also a struggling tri-athlete and tennis player. His blog is Optimalpsychguy.
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