Dec 3, 2020
Desperate Housewives meet Mean Girls in Dr. Stephanie Newman’s debut novel, which examines mother-daughter relations, the pervasive nature of social media in kid’s lives and school bullying. Stephanie, a successful psychotherapist, discusses how she had to learn the difference between writing therapy notes and writing fiction, what it’s like to debut on a social media black-out day, and using blog posts and non-fiction op-ed pieces to help promote your novel.
Stephanie Newman, Ph.D., is a psychoanalyst/psychologist, Visiting Scholar at Columbia University, and public speaker. She has practiced in New York over 25 years, treating adults and adolescents and families struggling with anxiety, depression, workplace concerns and more recently Covid-19 stress. She is the also the author of Madmen on the Couch (a psychological romp through the TV show Madmen) and is a contributor to the on line edition of Psychology Today magazine.
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