November 25, 2012

When developing the concepts in my book “Pack Leader Psychology,” I quickly realized that these ideas could help anyone in any type of relationship, not just those like me who had experienced an abusive relationship. Parents, bosses, friends, spouses — we all can improve our emotional health and improve our relationships.

If you belong to a group that would like a dynamic and informative speaker to educate and entertain, send me an email to harperwest  at

Everyone’s relationships can benefit from learning pack leader skills. Topics can be customized especially for women, entrepreneurs and managers, parents, married couples/relationships, and domestic violence survivors, as well as psychologists, social workers and counselors.

Some suggested topics are:

– Are You a Human Pack Leader?

– Be a Pack Leader at Work

– Dominance and Submission:  Unhealthy Relationship Patterns You Can Break Now

– Reinventing Yourself at Midlife: Why Am I Stuck?

– How to Raise a Child Who is Lazy, Irresponsible, Entitled and Insecure. (Or NOT!)

– Improve Your Self-Respect and Eliminate Anxiety, Depression, or Aggression

– Approval Seeking:  Natural Inclination or Unhealthy Neediness?

– Is Low Self-Esteem Making You Prey to the Predators in Your Life?

– Fight or Flight: Which do You Choose?

– Pack Leader Parenting: Is Your Parenting Causing Your Child’s ADHD?

– Assertiveness 101: Ending Disrespect, Manipulation, Control and Abuse

– Spotting Controllers and Abusers:  Easy Ways to Predict Manipulative Behaviors

– Can You Handle the Truth?:  How Conflict Avoidance May Be Damaging Your Relationships and Career

– What Would a Pack Leader Do?

– Honest Relationships are Respectful Relationships

– Find Yourself: The Power of Self-Respect and Self-Acceptance

– Stop Helping Your Clients!: Pack Leader Skills for Psychologists, Social Workers and Counselors

I’d love to speak to your group!


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