New Psychology: An Alternative to Talk Therapy and Drugs.
Learn about safe, effective mental health and emotional health services.
If you're looking for drug free ways to feel better and be more alive, you've found an exciting, holistic psychology that is uplifting, fun and inspiring. Read psychology articles in the free library and order self help products that have been personally developed by Dr. Doris Jeanette, a licensed psychologist with 35 years of clinical experience.
Dr. Jeanette has developed a unique, energy based mental health approach that is grounded in learning research. She teaches you how to access and use more of your natural talents and human potential.
The Center for New Psychology also trains and mentors professionals in holistic psychology, energy awareness, body language and emotional-energy dynamics. Check out the different programs that are available: Energy Intensives, Holistic Psychology Certification School Program and the Holistic Psychology Mentoring Program. You can mix and match programs to fit your professional needs.
Dr. Doris Jeanette is a Holistic Psychologist Offering a Healthy, Effective, Alternative to Psychotherapy and Medication
Her New Psychology teaches you how to use your natural talents and innate skills so you overcome anxiety and unlearn unhealthy reactions. She is available worldwide via phone and internet as a mentor or coach.
Bio for Doris Jeanette, Psy.D.
From her first success stories at Temple Medical School in 1975 with the eminent Joseph Wolpe, MD, Doris Jeanette, Psy.D has excelled at helping people feel good, love more and live their dream.
She has appeared on local and National radios shows such as NBC, National Public Radio and TV. She has been featured in major national and international print publications such as Woman's Day, Men's Health, Chicago Tribune, The Philadelphia Inquirer, My Business Magazine, Au Courant, City Paper, the Swedish press and many online publications in USA, France, UK and Australia.
As the radio show host of “Live at the Edge", she gives her global audience the tools and inspiration needed to live an extraordinary life. Her well known guests have included Dr. Charles Tart, Lynn Andrews, Dr. Anne Smith and Steven Halpern.
Dr. Jeanette founded the Center for New Psychology in 1999 with a global vision: Multicultural people need to focus on their strengths and use their innate abilities in order to flourish. Her job is to provide the information and tools people need to become strong, healthy and happy.
Doris Jeanette is the author of “Opening the Heart”, an emotional health guide, which were highly praised by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, MD. She has produced 10 holistic psychology self help, educational CDs which offer safe, effective solutions to anxiety, depression, guilt, judgment and relationships problems. In addition, she is author of an online course called, “Overcoming Anxiety Naturally.”
Dr. Jeanette has published articles in The Philadelphia Inquirer, Metro Newspaper, Natural Health and Beauty Magazine, Progressive Health, Magical Blend, Milestones, Holistic Health, Behavioral Research Journal and dozens of other publications. She was a Sex and Love columnist for New Visions Magazine for three years and a Sexual Health columnist for Philly FIT magazine for three years.
Her professional goal is to help people achieve solid physical self esteem so they fulfill their purpose in life. Her life goal is to use her own gifts to bring joy, laughter and love to others so they take proper care of themselves and then do the same for Mother Earth.
Since 1975, Dr. Jeanette’s speaking clients have included, University of Pennsylvania, The Philadelphia Alliance, The American Institute of Medical Education, Business Organizations, the US Army, International House, Corporate organizations, International Women’s Writing Guild, Swathmore College, University for Global Well Being in Sweden, Sixth Star, Jefferson Medical School, Business associations, Whole Earth Expos, International Association of New Science, Philadelphia Ethical Society, Royal Caribbean, Quaker organizations, Jewish organizations, Mental Health organizations and women's groups.