Welcome to SurvivingTheToxicWorkplace.com!

Welcome to the Toxic Workplace, a not-so-rare condition that has reached epidemic proportions. In this ingenious step-by-step guide, renowned psychotherapist Linnda Durré shows you how to diagnose and treat these problems quickly and effectively to ensure the health of your company, your career, and your sanity.

This all-in-one first-aid manual offers the best office-tested treatments for a wide range of "Staff Infections"™ and toxic co-workers. More important, it provides real solutions to real problems, with sample scenarios, actual lines andsimple strategies for every situation.

About the Author

Linnda Durré Linnda Durré, Ph.D., is a psychotherapist, writer, author, business consultant, international speaker, corporate trainer, TV and radio talk show host, media guest, and a magazine, Internet, and newspaper columnist. She has appeared on Oprah, 60 Minutes, The Today Show, The O'Reilly Factor (twice), Daytime, Canada AM, Good Morning America, and the local and/or national news programs on CBS, ABC, NBC, Fox, NPR, CW, and PBS. She hosted and co-produced "Ask The Family Therapist" on America's Health Network, which was associated with the Mayo Clinic and aired from Universal Studios Orlando. She was the weekly psychotherapist on CW's syndicated morning show, "The Daily Buzz". She hosted and produced, "Personal Success Hotline with Dr. Durré", on a PBS affiliate. She hosted and produced, "The Dr. Linnda Durre Show", on an NPR affiliate. She hosted and produced "The Linnda Durre Show", a celebrity interview radio show in Orlando. She has written for Forbes, AOL, Monster, Orlando Business Journal, A & U Magazine, Orlando Leisure Magazine, In Focus Magazine, and American City Business Journals www.bizjournals.com. She currently writes a column on toxic and difficult bosses for eBossWatch.com. To access her column, click here.

You can read more about Dr. Linnda Durré on her Biography.

The author does not endorse nor authenticate the credentials of the listed interventionists, addiction rehabilitation and/or de-tox centers, agencies, persons, and/or companies. Before hiring an interventionist and/or going to a rehab/detox center, it is advised that you check the validity of their state license, education, certifications, and experience of the agencies, people, and their staff listed on the coordinate pages in the menu.

Podcast with John Aherne, former Senior Editor at McGraw Hill

Click below and listen to this podcast with John Aherne, former Senior Editor at McGraw Hill and Dr. Linnda Durré:

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