Survivors: surviving sexual abuse, recovering from the aftermath of September 11, anger management for incarcerated people
- Overcoming deep-seated emotional wounds.
- Fred Craver, Ph.D., is a partially sighted person
- Fred inspires people through his courage & determination.
- Anger Technique
- Grieving Process
Fred Craver, Ph.D., (Physics), armed with a background in science and an unwavering desire for self-healing, Fred persisted through many years of self-exploration. (Partially sighted person.)
That fearless and painstaking search has led to enormous personal growth.
Plagued with physical and emotional ailments through much of his life, Fred has worked hard and patiently to understand himself and his world.
His quest has led him to workshops in co-counseling where he learned invaluable approaches to healing.
Actualizations, and Insight. He learned to meditate using biofeedback.
He taught physics.
Fred is a partially sighted person whose declining vision then led him to a new career choice in human services.
To prepare himself, he earned a master’s degree in counseling and he ran a summer vacation program for blind adults.
He was a Director and Social Worker.
Working at the Army Research Laboratory located nearby, Fred had the honor of being in charge of the Combined Federal Campaign, which encourages federal employees to make charitable contributions.
Fred received his bachelor’s degree in physics and his master’s and doctoral degree.
His Ph.D. research was a theoretical exploration of energy transfer among molecules in two and three dimensional solutions.
Based on this research, he published two papers in scientific journals.
The self-styled experiments tested on himself, which Fred describes in Courageous Healing, demonstrate his discipline, uncommon courage, and resolve.
His hope that these new techniques will benefit others to the same extent they have healed him.
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