By: Stan Popovich
Stan Popovich, who is a published author of a popular managing fear book, is a mental health newspaper columnist for 20 newspapers in the San Gabriel and San Fernando Valley areas near Los Angeles, California.
Stan’s popular column runs twice a month and covers topics on how to overcome one’s fears, anxieties, depression, panic attacks, addiction, and other popular mental health topics that the everyday person can relate to.
The name of Stan’s column is titled “Mental Health Advice With Stan”. The best way to read Stan’s column is to read the following Los Angeles newspapers:
The Alhambra Press, El Monte Examiner, Monterey Park Press, Rosemead Reader, San Gabriel Sun, Temple City Tribune, West Covina Press, Pasadena Independent, Sierra Madre Weekly, Monrovia Weekly, Duarte Dispatch, Azusa Beacon, Arcadia Weekly, Baldwin Park Press, Glendale Independent, Burbank Independent, Anaheim Press, Belmont Beacon, San Bernardino Press, and The Riverside Independent.
Stan’s Managing Fear And Mental Health Background
Has been featured on many TV and Radio programs around the U.S.
Writes for many national publications and newspapers throughout the U.S.
Stan’s expertise has brought him 1000’s of fans on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook
A Penn State graduate with over 20+ years of experience in dealing with fear
An award-winning and respected contributor on the topics of fear and anxiety
Accumulated more than 400 professional book reviews on Amazon
Interviewed various mental health counselors whose insights are included in his book
Stan’s book was reviewed by various professionals before it was published
You can also go on Google and do an internet search for “Stanley Popovich” or “Stan Popovich” to see Stan’s latest contributions.
A Small Preview Of What The Mental Health Professionals Say About Stan’s Book
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor. If you are looking for some ideas to help you combat your fear, it will not take long for you to find them in this book. You don’t have to weed through a ton of ancillary information to get to the point. Refreshing!” –Karen
“As a therapist, I have found that clients like to have a simplified explanation, one without all the psycho-babble. This book provides just that.”— Don
“I am a Licensed Therapist who works with clients dealing with anxiety. This is a short, but strongly informational read that doesn’t contain a lot of the “fluff” that most books have just to fill pages. It provides real world applications and examples regarding anxiety and fear. I appreciate Stanley Popovich’s straight forward approach.” — Janet Gibson
“I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and have worked with many people with many different challenges. Having resources to give the people I work with is important to me as I believe we all need as much good information as possible to help facilitate change. A Layman’s Guide to Managing Fear is an excellent tool for anyone.” — Clive Hallam
“I have used Stan’s techniques with my clients. I would recommend this book for counselors, individuals, pastors, or anyone in the helping profession.” — Bonnie Roberts
“As a Licensed Professional, I highly recommend this book to people who are experiencing issues with fear. This book is faith based and offers unique insight into battling fear in one’s life. Stan’s book has very useful strategies to help one overcome the challenges and struggles of fear.”–Darleena Anderson
“I’m always looking for help for my clients that is written in terms that they can understand. This book does just that. Take it with you to your therapist & discuss it with them as basis for moving forward.”– Hilary MacKenzie
“The book is divided into sections that address different approaches from general counseling techniques, asking God’s help (Spirituality), as well as non-resistant methods that are very helpful. As a therapist, I would recommend this book to my clients who experience anxiety.” –BJ Buchanan
“Here’s what I like about Stanley Popovich’s book about fear: It’s to the point, it gives practical suggestions, and it has a sweet undertone. Stan gives examples of how people struggle with fear and what they can do. The book over all is very well written. As an addiction counselor for over 20 years, I’m always on the lookout for ways to help clients shift anxiety and addictive coping.” — Lynn Telford-Sahl
“A Layman’s Guide to Managing Fear is a great self-help book. I have been a Counselor for many years now and I use some of the same suggestions and tactics in my practice and you do not have to pay $55.00 or more an hour to hear them!” –Mark Myers
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