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Thursday, April 11th at 7pm

Debra M. Roberts
Thursday, April 11th at 7pm

Please join us for an evening with local author Debra M. Roberts as she speaks about and signs copies of her book The Relationship Protocol.

Are you having trouble communicating with an important person in your life? Are you looking for tools and techniques you can use today? The Relationship Protocol is the easy to use, step-by-step guide on how to communicate effectively in all of your important relationships — romantic, family, business and friendships. Learn how to deal with and resolve real-life conflicts. Navigate tough situations. Take control and defuse heated arguments. Bring up sensitive topics and recover from setbacks. Instill hope when lost, and rebuild trust. Read The Relationship Protocol today to make your relationships more enjoyable and less complicated.

About the Author:
Debra M. Roberts is a licensed certified social worker in private practice in New York. She received her master’s degree from Virginia Commonwealth University. Debra worked in mental health, poverty legal services, health, and youth programs. She has been in private practice specializing in working with adults in individual, group, and relationship therapy. Debra’s communication model grew out of her extensive experience working with struggling relationships. She is also EMDRIA certified in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, a form of psychotherapy that helps people overcome trauma and past negative experiences.

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