“As a psychologist that has been treating anxiety and depression for over 25 years, I can espouse the effectiveness of the Linden Method. It has its basis in the foundation of cognitive behavioral and cognitive restructuring theory which is the treatment of choice of all anxiety and depressive disorders.
For those of you that have suffered from either anxiety or depression, you know that the medication only serves to numb one’s experience of the real world. You also know that “talk therapy” cannot give you the tranquility that you desperately need. You most likely have spent thousands of dollars of health insurance money and money of your own to find peace of mind.
The Linden Method gives you all the tools you need to work on your issues on an hour-by-hour basis. The beauty of this method is that you are the master of your own destiny. You monitor your own progress and rely on other’s feedback to insure progress. Unlike other self-help programs, the Linden Method give you one year of ongoing support from a professional like me to help you in places where you might get stuck.
Read the testimonials and give the Linden Method a trial and you will see for yourself.
I have been trained by the very best in the field psychology and psychiatry as you can see by my credentials, and I endorse the Linden Method with highest regards. It give you all that you need, however, you must be willing to follow through. As in all treatment methods, compliance is mandatory. Haven’t you suffered enough? The cure is at your disposal. Why wait?”
Romulo Valdez, Jr., Ph.D. Dr of Psychology. Harvard University and Dartmouth Medical School.
Romulo Valdez, Jr., Ph.D. is one of America’s leading Psychologists.
Romulo obtained his M.A. degree in Clinical Psychology is from Central Michigan University. Romulo’s Ph.D. was from Michigan State University. He did his clinical training at the Department of Psychiatry at both Dartmouth Medical School and Harvard Medical School and he was also the Psychologist at the Phillips Exeter Academy. He has held a past academic post at Dartmouth Medical School, Department of Psychiatry. Romulo was an integral member of an NIMH (National Institute of Mental Health) research project at the University of Pennsylvania, Psychotherapy Research Center. More recently, Romulo has worked with the Center for Psychological Trauma at Dartmouth Medical School, Department of Psychiatry. He is a longtime member in good standing with the American Psychological Association and the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology. Romulo is also a Fellow with the New Hampshire Psychological Association.