Joseph Nowinski, PhD, is a clinical psychologist who is currently Supervising Psychologist at the University of Connecticut Health Center. He has held positions as Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of California San Francisco and Associate Adjunct Professor of Psychology at the University of Connecticut. Dr. Nowinski is internationally recognized for his work in substance abuse treatment. He has a private practice in Tolland, Connecticut. Dr. Nowinski is the author of many books including Saying Goodbye: How Families Can Find Renewal Through Loss, which was published in 2011 by Harvard Health Publications. Dr. Nowinski has been interviewed hundreds of times throughout his career and his books have been featured in The New York Times, Psychotherapy Networker, NPR, and many other media outlets. He blogs regularly for HuffingtonPost.com and PsychologyToday.com. You can learn more about his work at www.NewGrief.com.
Also by Joe Nowinski from Harvard Health Publications
8.30.2012 ‘Almost Alcoholic’: Diagnostic Overreach or Fair Warning?
5.14.2012 What Is Your ‘Relationship’ With Alcohol?
5.7.2012 Can Drinking Make Men Smarter?
4.18.2012 Alcohol in the Workplace: Cool Trend or Risky Policy?
4.5.2012 Spring Break: From March Madness to Beer Pong
4.3.2012 Over 50 and ‘Almost Alcoholic’