This is a healing and recovery spiritual seminar for those who struggle with anxiety, anger, depression, addictions, co-dependent relationships or suicidal ideation. Our time together will be filled with passionate worship while spirit-filled artists paint on stage. Psychologist Paul Singh will be teaching on how brain plasticity (the healing of traumatic memories that are stored in your cells) can expedite the healing and recovery process.
This holistic (spirit, soul and body) seminar will particularly highlight the struggles with alcohol and drug addiction. Both the families of the addicts and the caregivers will profit from Paul Singh’s brain clinical and spiritual counseling model. Paul believes that to experience lasting change from the inside out you need to heal first from the inside out. Ministry times are included in every session of the seminar. This will be a life-changing time for you and your community. Come and be refreshed!
Seminar Speaker: Paul F Singh, MA, LP
Paul F Singh known as Psychologist Paul is an American psychologist, author, international alcohol and drug interventionist and an international executive life change coach in Beverly Hills and Hollywood, California and Minneapolis, Minnesota. Singh is a noted international expert on addictions. Paul has lectured in Paris to international neuropsychiatrists on the topics of neuroplasticity (brain plasticity).
Paul Singh is a CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) therapist. Singh first gained expert status as a PTSD/trauma and addiction psychologist as he started lecturing at the former “Meet the Expert” series at the Mayo Clinics and the Hazelden Betty Ford alcohol and drug clinics. You can find Paul on LinkedIn: Paul F Singh.
Paul works with addicts, their spouses and children. He also specializes in sexual abuse for women and men, self-hatred issues, anxiety, anger management, sexual addiction, alcohol and drug addiction, denial, burnout, depression and suicidal ideation.
His upcoming new book is “Disruptive Hope: What Your Therapist Never Told You”. It will be available on Valentine’s Day 2020 at Amazon.com. He will also be doing a TED TALK on the book in 2020.
To schedule an appointment with Paul, please call 763-525-9900. Paul does face-to-face appointments at his WeWork office in Uptown. He also sees a lot of clients on line in the comfort of their home.
PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PTSD/Trauma Psychologist Paul F. Singh to Release New Book on Treating Trauma and Addictions through Neuroplasticity- “Disruptive Hope: What Your Therapist Never Told You”.
MINNEAPOLIS, MN, October 1, 2019—Psychologist Paul F. Singh is pleased to announce the upcoming publication of his book, Disruptive Hope: What Your Psychologist Never Told You.
The misuse of and addiction to opioids—including prescription pain relievers, heroin, and synthetic opioids such as fentanyl—has risen to epidemic proportions. In his new book, Paul Singh describes the deep hole in the human spirit that can never be filled with external pleasures.
People try to fill this hole with addictions to alcohol, opioids, money, fame, food or sex. When they eventually seek therapy for their addictions, they find that the treatment merely scratches the surface of their underlying pain and emptiness.
According to Psychologist Singh, “Most traditional counseling therapy fails these people in crucial ways. It generally targets only twenty-five percent of a person’s story. That equates to cancer surgery where the doctor only removes one-fourth of a tumor.”
Singh’s book, Disruptive Hope: What Your Therapist Never Told You, skillfully unveils the missing seventy-five percent of therapy, which involves disrupting personal traumas and healing from the inside out. In his practice, Singh seeks true healing for his clients that reshapes their brain and life patterns and helps them understand how to manage one hundred percent of their pain.
In Disruptive Hope, people will learn how God’s love and power can unlock their passion, gifts, and purpose at a cellular level and allow them to realize their true greatness!
The press release for “Disruptive Hope” is tentatively scheduled for February 14, 2020. You will be able to purchase this book through Amazon.com.
Psychologist Paul F Singh has just opened a new small group therapy private practice in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 763.525.9900
Women’s groups: Sexual abuse, self-esteem, anorexia, bulimia, codependency, depression, understanding the masculine soul and the empowerment of the feminine soul.
Men’s groups: Sexual addiction, anger management, understanding emotional intimacy and the art of sexuality and the power of kindness in the masculine soul.