Today we have with us Avrum Nadigel, author of Learning to Commit: The Best Time to Work on Your Marriage is When You’re Single.
Learning To Commit is Avrum’s attempt to share what he has learned as he tentatively walked toward commitment. The book’s message is a hopeful one: Your struggles are not meaningless, and you are capable of building a marriage that is far better than the ones you’ve seen so far.
Avrum has been a therapist for over 15 years in Montreal, Vancouver and Toronto. His approach combines family systems, psychodynamic and mindfulness perspectives.
About Avrum Nadigel
Avrum Nadigel has been a therapist for over 15 years in Montreal, Vancouver and Toronto. Prior to his private practise, he worked as supervisor of Youth Outreach at CAMH; therapist on the Mood and Psychosis Early Intervention Program of CMHA; individual and family therapist at Odyssey: Substance Abuse Services for Youth and Families; and founder of MN8 SOUND: a record label/recording studio for at-risk youth, sponsored by Universal Music Canada.
His background includes a Masters of Social Work from McGill University, a Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) from Concordia University, and post-graduate training in Bowen Theory from The Western Pennsylvania Family Center.
He lives in Toronto with his wife, who is a child and adolescent psychiatrist, and their two sons.
For More Information:
Visit his website, http://www.learningtocommit.com