Guest Dr. Marilyn Ruman is the founder and director of Marilyn Ruman Clinical and Consulting Associates in Beverly Hills and Brentwood California. The center serves children, adolescents, and adults also providing training and consulting services to businesses, institutions, and community organizations.
As founder of the American Association for Mediated Divorce she is a pioneer in developing models of conflict resolution and alternative dispute resolution now widely used by mental heath professionals and attorneys.
She is a recognized lecturer and contributor to the media institutions supporting women’s personal and professional development, including media consultant for K.R.T.H. – F.M. radio, K.A.B.C. – A.M. Talk Radio, A.M. Los Angeles Television, Entertainment tonight, Cable News Network, Los Angeles Times and U.S.A. Today newspapers. Columnist: Slimmer magazine, “Mind & Body”, Self magazine, “What Would You Do?”, Staff Writer for New Woman magazine. Contributor to a variety of publications and journals. Member, Los Angeles Medical Advisory Committee for the 1984 Summer Olympics; Member, Who’s Who in American Women; Board Member, Los Angeles Commission on Assaults Against Women and Children.
Her Ph.D. Dissertation, “Epigenetic Synergistic Study of the Life Experience and Career Commitment of Selected Eminent Women in Business, Politics, and Professions,” was a ground-breaking study of women who triumphed against deep cultural barriers to enact extraordinary public achievements that impacted and inspired others.
Please share a “Wow”
Do what frightens you… you will always be chased by what you flee.
Please share a “Whisper”
If you are willing to be stupid you will never be ignorant.
What do you want listeners to know about you?
That I wish them to be exited about the impossible to see it as possible.
Your Business or Profession or Organization or Project
Clinical Psychologist… Marilyn Ruman, PhD Clinical and Consulting Associates
Inquiries via Marilyn Ruman PhD Clinical and Consulting Associates in Beverly Hills, CA
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