Dr. Dennis O'Grady Supports Wright State University School of Professional Psychology with Gift

November 22, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Education News
Dayton, OH - Dr. Dennis O’Grady of New Insights Communications (www.drogrady.com) has provided Wright State University School of Professional Psychology with a generous gift of copies of his new book “Talk to Me: Communication Moves to Get Along With Anyone”. The groundbreaking theory and system that the new book details is to be shared with the alumni of the School.

In a letter to Dr. O’Grady, Marcia G. Muller, President, Wright State University Foundation, says:

“On behalf of Wright State University, thank you for your recent gift of 538 copies of ‘Talk to Me: Communication Moves To Get Along With Anyone’ to the School of Professional Psychology. With your support, Wright State University continues to produce graduate who are among the nations finest.”

Muller continues: “The School of Professional Psychology has consistently been recognized as one of the leaders in training professional psychologists to meet society’s greatest unmet mental health needs. With your help, the school will continue to build on its tradition of innovation in training the next generation of compassionate mental health providers.”

When asked about why he made the generous donation Dr. O’Grady responded:
“I am pleased to be able to provide this tool to the front-line healers and caregivers in mental health and emotional wellness for their use in communicating with their clients and for their use in helping people out of depression and into the wellness that good, positive communication can deliver.

In my own clinical practice, a puzzle presented itself: where does the puzzle depression and anxiety originate? Does it all come from biology? My research determined that some depression and anxiety stems from bad communication. Using the “Talk To Me” system can enable healers to create positive change fast. The 2 new communicator types that I have identified and explained in the book go beyond typical gender and age types. By understanding these communicator types, practice and commitment, anyone can promote open, honest, effective and positive communication.”

Dr. Dennis O'Grady leads Live Workshops for organizations large and small, has authored 3 acclaimed works, and maintains an active professional life with New Insights Communication. Dennis lives and works in the Dayton, Ohio area, with his wife Kerry and their 3 daughters. Contact Dr. O’Grady at www.drogrady.com or at New Insight Communications: 7501 Paragon Rd. Suite 200, Dayton OH 45459; phone 937.428.0724.