Vincentia Schroeter, Ph.D.
How Using Brain Science and Listening to Body Cues Can Transform Your Relationships’
Will have a Book Signing
Saturday, September 29, 2018 from 1 pm – 3 pm
Barnes & Noble (Grossmont Center)
5500 Grossmont Ctr. Dr., Suite 331,
La Mesa, CA 91942
Psychotherapist, professor, artist and international speaker, Vincentia Schroeter, Ph.D. is thrilled to announce her new book, Communication Breakthrough: How Using Brain Science and Listening to Body Cues Can Transform Your Relationships (Wolfheart Press). Communication Breakthrough will boost your ability to be seen and heard by offering innovative tools for better listening and handy skills for more effective expression.
Dr. Schroeter will have a Communication Breakthrough book signing at Barnes & Noble, Grossmont Center (5500 Grossmont Center Dr #331, La Mesa, CA 91942) on Saturday, September 29th from 1 – 3 p.m.
Best known for her ability to present complex ideas in a clear and entertaining way, Dr. Schroeter has published in the areas of integrating somatic psychotherapy with other modalities, such as self-psychology, affect (mood) regulation and interpersonal neurobiology. Communication Breakthrough shows how the brain reacts under stress and provides powerful body techniques to easily shift moods for successful communication.
QUOTE from Dr. Schroeter:
“As the 4th of 12 children, I was intrigued by all our different personalities. By age 16, I knew I wanted to be a counselor. Coming from a working class family, I put myself through college and graduate school in order to pursue my dreams.
I had a forty-two year career as a clinical psychotherapist, focusing on body-mind psychology. I have noticed a common theme in my professional as well as personal life, which is how people suffer when they do not know how to communicate well. My current passion is to help people communicate better. My recent studies in neuroscience (mind) along with my long-term work in somatic psychotherapy (body) allow me to provide original and effective communication tools.” – Vincentia Schroeter