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Living Beyond Lyme

Learn how to lead a rich, vital, and meaningful life despite the daily challenges of Lyme disease and chronic illness.

Living Beyond Lyme provides a step by step guide.

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A much-needed and extremely welcome book    — Lori Dennis, M.A., Registered Psychotherapist, and author

Endorsements

Living Beyond Lyme is an excellent addition to the Lyme disease library of those who have tick-borne illness in their families, as well as the doctors and mental health practitioners from whom these patients seek help.

Sandy Berenbaum, LCSW, Co-author of When Your Child Has Lyme Disease: A Parent’s Survival Guide

Living Beyond Lyme is a much-needed and extremely welcome book addressing a specific approach to helping those with chronic Lyme disease manage the psychological and interpersonal effects of this life-altering illness.

Lori Dennis, M.A., LCP, Author of Lyme Madness: Rescuing My Son Down The Rabbit Hole of Chronic Lyme Disease

Living Beyond Lyme is a book so well written. It’s clear, concise, caring, and so useful to others. For your many future readers with Lyme, this book may be a lifeline, or a lighthouse, helping them find their way through the night.

Tim Ward, Co-author of The Master Communicator’s Handbook and Indestructible You


About the Author

Dr Trunzo has dedicated his career to researching and treating psychological issues that people experience when they have medical illnesses. He forged his career in research with cancer survivors, but he has since focused his efforts on addressing the unique problems facing those with Lyme disease and other chronic illnesses.

His mission is to bring awareness to the Lyme community about the benefits of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, an empirically based form of psychotherapy that focuses on living a vital, rich, and meaningful life while you continue your journey to wellness.

Read more about Joseph Trunzo, PhD

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