The Importance of Interpersonal Boundaries in Maintaining a Healthy Balance in Our Lives

May 7, 2017
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Sarah Mandel, a licensed psychotherapist, certified Imago relationship expert and EMDR trained trauma therapist joins eHealth Radio and the Mental Health & Health News Channels. In her NJ based private practice, she helps patients address their mental, emotional and psychological issues by providing tools that help them feel better about themselves, their relationships and their lives.

 

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Sarah Mandel discuss the following:

  • What are interpersonal boundaries?
  • What are the key areas in our lives to maintain healthy boundaries?
  • What are some of the signs of weak interpersonal boundaries?
  • Why are having healthy boundaries important to our lives?
  • How can you begin to create healthy boundaries?

 

Sarah Mandel, R.N., L.C.S.W. is a New Jersey based psychotherapist, Certified Imago therapist, EMDR trained trauma therapist and relationship expert. She received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Pace University in New York and her Master’s degree in Social Work from Rutgers Graduate School of Social Work.

A dynamic advocate for health and wellness with a passion for helping others, Sarah provides expertise to a diverse client base drawing on her multidisciplinary background. Serving as a subject matter expert in the area of relationships, the mind/body connection, family conflict and interpersonal boundaries, Sarah has been quoted in several media outlets.

Be on the lookout for her upcoming blog, and for your free guide and worksheet on “How to Master Your Busy Life”, go to MentalChecklist.com, designed to help inspire you with tips and strategies to simplify your life. You can find out more and connect with Sarah by going to her website at www.sarahmandeltherapy.com.

 

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