Founder of The Center • A Place of HOPE and Innovator in the Treatment of Eating Disorders to Discuss Depression In Canada and Why Canadians Travel To The U.S. For Treatment
Beth Chapman, 816.835.0306, email@example.com, Dr. Jantz Media Representative
(Edmonds, WA) July 23, 2013 – Dr. Gregg Jantz, author of 28 books, including his latest best-seller Raising Boys By Design: What the Bible and Brain Reveal About What Your Son Needs To Thrive, will appear live for ten sessions on The LEON Show, aired on TBN, the largest Christian television network in the world. The LEON Show airs at 11:00am Pacific.
Dr. Jantz, the founder of The Center, A Place of Hope, a treatment center in Edmonds, Washington, is a world-recognized expert and innovator in the treatment of eating disorders. He is also a leading mental health psychologist, focusing on his renowned whole-person care approach to treatment. His facility was recently recognized among the top 10 Treatment Centers for Depression in the U.S. He will make a special appearance on The LEON Show to discuss a range of topics, including:
- The art and science of raising outstanding young boys
- Depression trends in Canada
- Emotional abuse
- When a teenager becomes a stranger in your house
- Battles men face
A Place of Hope is a full-service, 40-bed treatment facility in Edmonds, Washington, one hundred thirty miles south of Vancouver. Founded by Dr. Jantz over thirty years ago, it is recognized as a leading treatment facility for depression, anxiety, and eating disorders. A Place Of Hope has provided behavioral health treatment for Canadians for over thirty years, building a reservoir of knowledge and expertise of the Canadian healthcare system.
Dr. Jantz is a licensed mental health counselor with a doctorate in counseling psychology. A trusted Christian author and acclaimed speaker, he is the author of twenty-eight books. With thirty years of studying and treating developmental behavior in children and adults, Dr. Jantz’s presentations combine unique insight and uncanny revelations that dramatically affect and improve relationships and, indeed, lives. He has appeared on The 700 Club, Tim Clinton’s Life, Love and Family, CNN, FOX, ABC and CBS, and been interviewed for the New York Post, the Associated Press, Family Circle, and Women’s Day. See Dr. Jantz’s biography at www.drgregoryjantz.com.
To bring Dr. Jantz to your community or conference, please email Beth at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1.800.492.3910.
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