Saturday, April 8th | 2 PM
Join us at the Peregrine for a Conversation with Dr. Angela Bowers
About the event: Dr. Bowers will be describing her career as a seasoned psychologist, and she will be talking about what inspired her to write this particular book, profiling one of her most challenging clients. Many of the issues covered in the book are relevant to almost everyone. She hopes the reader will relate to many of the challenges covered and that they will learn coping strategies that they can apply to their own lives. She will also be reading a chapter from her book and then answering questions from the audience.
About the book: Overcoming: The remarkable story of one woman's triumph over trauma. How the unconventional approaches by her psychologist and their bond helped her reclaim her life and flourish? Have you ever wondered if people can really change? Have you been curious about what happens in a psychotherapist's office? Have you ever felt emotional despair and looked to find meaningful answers? This is the remarkable true story of Emma, a fragile young woman and her tenacious therapist. The story describes the unconventional approaches taken by the psychologist to invite her client to recover and eventually thrive.
About the Author: Dr. Bowers has practiced Clinical Psychology in Scottsdale, Arizona, for several decades. She earned a Master's Degree in Clinical/Community Psychology and then continued her education at the California School of Professional Psychology to earn her Ph.D.