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About this blog: About this blog: I am a LMFT specializing in couples counseling and grief and have lived in Silicon Valley since 1969. I'm the president of Connect2 Marriage Counseling. I worked in high-tech at Apple, Stanford University, and in ...  (More)

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Do More, Faster and Faster. Limits? Not for Me!

Uploaded: Jul 30, 2014
Dr. Stephanie Brown, internationally renowned expert and founder of the Addictions Institute in Menlo Park talks about her latest book SPEED.
Interviewed by Chandrama Anderson, MFT, with a couples focus, Stephanie talks about the desire, the lure, even, to do more, faster and faster, without limits.

As you watch the interview on the Connect2 Marriage Counseling channel and hear in Dr. Brown's own words the story of many couples in Silicon Valley and beyond, wonder, "Does any of this ring true for me?"

The first half of SPEED explains the issues and the second half discusses recovery from SPEED.

A quick note: Stephanie is a proponent of technology when we run it, not when it runs us.



Many thanks to Stephanie for her gracious time to talk with me.
Videographer Howard Scott Warshaw, MFT
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