ONLINE EVENT: Molly Howes - "A Good Apology"
Molly Howes, clinical psychologist and an award-winning writer, presents A Good Apology. Through its four essential steps, Dr. Howes's book gives groundbreaking advice on how best to make an effective apology toward rebuilding any relationship. Molly will be in conversation with Michelle D. Seaton, journalist and co-author of Change Your Schedule, Change Your Life.
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ABOUT A GOOD APOLOGY
Through its four essential steps, A GOOD APOLOGY gives groundbreaking advice on how best to make an effective apology toward rebuilding any relationship.
We've all done something wrong or made a mistake or insulted someone -- even if by accident. We've all been hurt and wanted the other person to help us heal. It may be surprising, but the breaches themselves aren't the real problem; our inability to fix them is what causes us trouble.
In A Good Apology, Dr. Molly Howes uses her experiences with patients in her practice, research findings, and news stories to illustrate the power and importance of a thorough apology. She teaches how we can all learn to craft an effective apology with four straightforward steps.
An apology is a small-scale event between people, but it's enormously powerful. This comprehensive book gives readers the tools to fix their relationships, make amends, and move forward. With it, you'll fully understand the meaning and importance of this universal and timeless endeavor: a good apology.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Molly Howes, PhD, is a Harvard-trained clinical psychologist and an award-winning writer. Following a Clinical Fellowship at Harvard Medical School, she completed her PhD in Clinical Psychology from Florida State University and a Postdoctoral Fellowship at Harvard Community Health Plan. Dr. Howes has contributed to research projects studying the interpersonal effects of depression, the impact of a parent's cancer on the child's psychological well-being, and the incidence and prevalence of mental health disorders in primary care practices and in larger international populations.
She is an author of several academic papers and presents at conferences for professional organizations such as the American Psychological Association. A MacDowell fellow, she has also been published in the New York Times's Modern Love column, Best American Essays, NPR's Morning Edition, and elsewhere.
For thirty-five years, she has maintained an independent psychotherapy practice in which she treats couples, as well as individual patients of all ages.
ABOUT THE MODERATOR
Michelle D. Seaton’s short fiction has appeared in One Story, Harvard Review, Sycamore Review, and The Pushcart Anthology among others. Her journalism and essays have appeared in Robb Report, Bostonia, Yankee Magazine, The Pinch and Lake Effect. Her essay, “How to Work a Locker Room” appeared in the 2009 edition of Best American Nonrequired Reading. She is the co-author of the books Change Your Schedule, Change Your Life (Harper Wave, 2018), Living with Cancer (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2017) and The Way of Boys (William Morrow, 2009). She has been an instructor with GrubStreet since 2000 and teaches GrubStreet’s Memoir Generator class, a 7-month intensive class for students writing book length memoirs.