Episode 155 – Thomas Gagliano, MSW

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Mr. Gagliano holds an M.A. in Social Work and a B.A. in Business. He has a background in business and has used that knowledge to create a therapy practice that focuses on family dynamic issues.  He specializes in working with parents relating to childhood messages and how one’s experience shapes their world view.  He discusses challenging issues from his vast professional background while interweaving his own experiences to crystallize concepts.  He is a sought-after expert and speaker and has appeared on many television and radio shows including: The Jenny McCarthy Show, Dr. Oz, T.D. Jakes and Sirius XM radio.  He also hosts weekly Instagram shows, @theproblemwasme, and has produced several educational podcasts that can be found on iTunes. Mr. Gagliano is the bestselling author of “The Problem Was Me” with Dr. Abraham Twerski.  He has provided trainings at many universities and community-based organizations regarding parenting and family dynamic problems. When he is not training, speaking or writing, he provides family-focused individual and couple’s therapy.   In all of his professional endeavors, his focus is to give back what he has learned to assist others in finding balance and create a healthier self.

My experience and expertise comes from overcoming my own abuses as a child. That experience and insights is what has guided the methodology I use that have helped many men, couples, and families find peace and serenity in their lives.

For more information, visit: www.thomasgagliano.com

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