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Jay Efran offers some interesting statements and alternatives to our case presentation on forgiveness. We're sure some of the points are valid and that a discussion of them would be intellectually engaging. However, on a pragmatic level, what he offers is merely informed speculation, while what we present is a philosophy and methodology that's been successfully evaluated with a wide number of treatment populations.
Frederic Luskin, Ph.D., director of the Stanford University Forgiveness Projects, is a senior consultant in Health Promotion at Stanford University. He developed the Forgive for Good methodology and is the author of Forgive for Good; Stress Free for Good; and Forgive for Love. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org; website: www.learningtoforgive.com.
Ken Silvestri, Ph.D., educational director of the Forgive for Good Center, has published more than 50 articles and conducted workshops on family therapy, homeopathy, and alternative education and communication skills. He's been in practice for 30 years. Contact: www.drkennethsilvestri.com.
Jed Rosen, M.S.W., clinical director of the Forgive for Good Center, has practiced and supervised psychotherapy for more than 25 years. He's an instructor for continuing education at The Graduate School of Social Work for Rutgers University, Bryn Mawr University, and Adelphi University. Contact: email@example.com.
Jay Efran, Ph.D., is professor emeritus of psychology at Temple University. He's coauthor of Language, Structure and Change: Frame-works of Meaning in Psychotherapy and The Tao of Sobriety: Helping You Recover from Alcohol and Drug Addiction. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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