she also works at www.Protectmyglass.com
as a manager
4500 Hwy 7 #202
Vaughan Internet L4L7B9
416 451 9797
I am/was a patient of Diana. Now I seen these reports I am now convinced that her and Joe were ripping me and my family off. I see that Daiana has removed her FaceBook page. You are an embarrassment towards all of us who trusted you!
All the money I spent trying to get better. You seemed so sincere, but it was all for money. You never really cared did you? You are not a doctor or healer. You are a Quack. What right do you have to take our money? Shame
on Daiana and Joe. Maybe you should listen to your own counsel. Here are a few books you can read: Be Your Own Counsellor
Sheila Dainow, Piatkus Books, 1997
Step by step
guide for exploring the counselling process in a way which may enable people to make the changes they desire in their lives independent of a counsellor. Introduces concepts of the whole self-mind, body and spirit. Counselling for Toads
Robert De Board, Routledge, 1997
A sequel to Kenneth Grahame's "The Wind in the Willows". Toad is in a depressed state and, through a counsellor (Heron) using transactional analysis, is taught to analyse his feelings and develop emotional intelligence. This book introduces the field of counselling to a first time client or student as it
discusses the potential of psychological growth and development. In Our Own Hands; Book of Self-help Therapy
Ernst & Goodison, Women's Press, 1981 Change for the Better - Self-help through practical psychotherapy
E W McCormick, Cassell, 1996
Aimed at people who feel they want to change, but find anything beyond superficial change
difficult. It suggests ways to identify and map out unhelpful behaviour patterns and set achievable goals for change. Self Counselling
William Stewart, How To Books, 1998
In this self-help book, William Stewart introduces many self-counselling skills and techniques and uses case-studies and exercises with the intention of developing a deeper self-awareness and the ability to solve problems.
As for me my dear, well I now know better, we are done!
Blessed be, Sharon