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Vivian Diller, Ph.D.

Psicóloga e autora, 'Face It'

Vivian Diller, Ph.D. is a psychologist, who works with individuals and couples in private practice in New York City. Prior to getting her doctorate she was a professional dancer and model, represented by Wilhelmina. She appeared in Glamour, Seventeen, national print ads and TV commercials. She interned at St. Lukes-Roosevelt Hospital and did post-doctoral training in psychoanalysis at NYU.

She has served as a media expert on NBC, ABC, CBS and CNN discussing women's health, beauty, aging and family issues. She consults with public relations firms, advertising agencies, cosmetic and healthcare companies to help them understand the psychology behind healthy aging. Her book, "Face It: What Women Really Feel As Their Looks Change" (2010), is a psychological guide to help women deal with the emotions brought on by their changing appearances. “Today” co-host Hoda Kotb called it "a smart book for smart women."

For more information, please visit www.VivianDiller.com.
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Mídias sociais: o playground virtual do narcisista

Estaremos assistindo apenas ao envolvimento com si mesmo que é inerente ao comportamento do tipo adolescente? "Olhe para mim, sou especial, não?" Ou seria isso um reflexo mais insidioso do narcisismo crescente entre a população geral? "Olhe para mim ou sofra as consequências!" Como psicóloga especializada na autoimagem e autoestima, essa pergunta me é feita com frequência.
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