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General Information

Name:  Robert Anthony Moylan  

Pen Name: None

Genre: Non-Fiction

Audience: Adult; Young Adult;

Born: 1961 in Chicago, Illinois

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Illinois Connection

Moylan is a lifelong Chicagoan. He graduated from Northwestern University and attended Loyola and NIEU for graduate school.

Biographical and Professional Information

Robert Moylan graduated from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, with an economics degree and a teaching degree. He received his graduate Counseling certification from Loyola University, Chicago. Previously, Bob has taught grades Kindergarten through 12th grade including social studies and special education. This includes Learning Disabilities, Behavior Disorders, and cognitively delayed students. He has served as a counselor in Cook, DuPage, and Kane Counties. He has been a lead presenter and guest lecturer for counselors and career specialists.Bob Moylan specializes in all types of mental health issues, including depression, stress, anxiety, fatigue, and a wide spectrum of others. He is also approved by over a dozen state boards to train over a dozen mental health and medical professionals for CEUs, Continuing Education Credit for his ECT approach. Please visit the "Specialties" section of the website to learn more about his areas of expertise.​

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Titles At Your Library

Emotional Core Therapy
ISBN: 1470063263

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 2012

Author shows readers how to gain emotional balance by learning to identify, process four authentic feelings of joy, grief, fear, and relief. Emotional Core Therapy is one of the most important discoveries in the history of the field of psychology and mental health. With ECT we have discovered the root cause of psychological stress. ECT is also the only psychological approach that can effectively treat the root cause of relationship stress. There exists a cause and effect relationship with stress. The ECT Flowchart depicts how the natural state of stress occurs. For every relationship stress a person encounters on a daily basis, one thing happens for sure. One of the four true feelings, joy, grief, fear,and relief, will arise for sure. These four true feelings will alter/affect the central nervous system thus causing humans stress. ECT is the simplest and most effective psychology approach to treat all current psychological disorders and relationship stress that people face on a daily basis. The only exceptions are some cases where permanent physical or psychological damage has occurred. ECT can help almost any human being, even those without a psychological diagnosis. Why? ECT is the simplest and most effective psychology approach to teach people inner peace and happiness. A goal of nearly all humans. Once you learn and apply ECT, you can handle almost any human relationship stress. Why? The ECT process teaches you how to learn to have a relaxed lifestyle and identify and process relationship stress. Stress come to nearly all humans hourly and daily through the four true feelings. Drugs, alcohol, etc can't change your relationships for you. They can just numb or alter your perceptions and feelings. Why not learn from them. ECT is the most inclusive therapy approach in psychology circles as any psychology technique (such as art therapy, EMDR, hypnosis, biofeedback, Gestalt Therapy, can all be incorporated into ECT. Even common relaxation techniques like Yoga,Pilates,etc can easily be incorporated into ECT. “Emotional Core Therapy” by Robert A. Moylan, LCPC, demonstrates the power of understanding feelings to keep the body and mind emotionally healthy. The book demonstrates how five to six psychological steps are used to gain a balanced mind. Robert A. Moylan takes readers on a therapeutic journey in his new book, “Emotional Core Therapy” His goal is to help them understand the root cause of relationship stress. Moylan’s book gives various examples where “Emotional Core Therapy” is used to alleviate debilitating feelings of fear, grief and anger. Moylan states that many of his clients complain of having emotional problems that result from relationship issues like divorce, job loss or financial strain. In a step-by-step process, the author teaches the reader how to properly release these toxic feelings. Helping his clients realize that readily available solutions exist to fight common emotional issues is a very enlightening process. This book keeps the reader glued to the book by keeping the concepts simple and easy to read. The goal of “Emotional Core Therapy” is to reach anyone who desires to live a life of vitality and vigor while honoring their relationships. “If you want to live life to its fullest without any regrets, one of the best ways to do this is to get the most out of each day you live,” Moylan states. Flow charts, storytelling and much more are contained in Moylan’s book to adequately help readers who desire to change their life. He believes the contents and main message of “Emotional Core Therapy” will help the reader live a life free of regrets and full of meaning. About the Author: Robert A. Moylan has a bachelor’s from Northwestern University, a master’s from Northeastern Illinois University and many certifications from several universities in a variety of subjects. Website:

Emotional Core Therapy for Adolescents
ISBN: 1478160144

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 2012

Emotional Core Therapy for Adolescents is a book that was written to help teens gain emotional power and balance. This book is unique in that it utilizes five easy steps to learn how to stay emotionally balanced. The book helps teens identify and process the four authentic feelings of joy, grief,fear,and relief. The book uses teen friendly language and scenes to help them learn how to process debilitating feelings of fear and loss. Anger, addiction, and teen romance are topics covered in this book.

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Contact the author at 630-788-1100.