Dr. Tian Dayton is the author of <em>The ACoA Trauma Syndrome, How Childhood Pain Impacts Adult Relationships</em>, <em>Emotional Sobriety: From Relationship Trauma to Resilience and Balance</em> and twelve other books and numerous articles. She has been a national speaker for twenty years doing keynotes on a variety of subjects related to addiction, psychology and psychodrama. Her work in psychodrama has been featured on film, TV and documentaries. She is the director of The New York Psychodrama Training Institute. For more information on Dr. Dayton log onto <a href="http://tiandayton.com">tiandayton.com</a>.<br />
Dr. Tian Dayton, has a doctorate in clinical psychology, an M.A. in educational psychology, and is a fellow and "Scholar's Award" recipient from the American Society of Psychodrama, Sociometery, and Group Psychotherapy as well as the Mona Mansell Award and the Ackerman/Black Award for contributions to the addictions field.She taught psychodrama at NYU for eight years and is a regular guest expert on TV and radio appearing on MSNBC, CNN, CBS, <em>John Walsh</em>, <em>Ricki Lake</em>, <em>Montel</em> and <em>Geraldo</em>.