Fear of Landing looks into the causes of and remedies for this pervasive resistance to leaving those seemingly friendly skies of dating and the endless search for the next best thing. Drawing upon her decades of experience as a practicing psychotherapist and using many real life case studies, author Karen Krett assembles a poignant and humorous modern day look at relationships and the fears so many of us exhibit. Too many wonderful people, who could be building lasting relationships, are exhausted and hopeless. Karen can fix that.
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About the Author
Karen earned a BA from Empire State College, SUNY, a Masters in Social Work from Fordham University and did post-graduate training at CMPS, the Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies, and at TRISP, the Training and Research Institute for Self Psychology, both in New York City.
After decades of inspiring others to grow and change in her successful career as a psychotherapist, Karen's first book was a psychoanalytic treatise: The Dark Side of Hope, A Psychological Investigation and Cultural Commentary. It received Honorable Mentions at the 2012 London Book Fair and the 2013 Eric Hoffer Awards. Karen has also authored the immersive science fiction novel Raymòn and Sunshine, released in 2016.
Karen is married, mother of two and grandmother of two.