W4Cy & W4Vet 2-09-2017

Our first guest is CIA veteran T. L. Williams unfolds this chilling—and highly conceivable—scenario in his latest novel, “ ZERO DAY: China’s Cyber Wars” (First Coast Publishers, February 2017).  Moving between Chongqing, China and Langley, Virginia, this fast-paced spy thriller revolves around a plot by the Chinese government to seize the edge on global power by undermining the U.S. economy. Armed with an underground force of hackers, China’s Ministry of Public Security (MPS) has a mission: to destroy confidence in the dollar by launching persistent, aggressive cyber-attacks on America’s banking system.

T.L.  WILLIAMS retired from active duty with the Central Intelligence Agency in 2009 and now pursues his passion for writing. He introduced Logan Alexander in his debut novel,Cooper’s Revenge, a riveting account of the impact improvised explosive devices have had on U.S. soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan, and one soldier’s pledge to avenge his brother’s death. His second novel, Unit 400, follows a team of assassins deployed to track down and take out the Special Forces team that destroyed a terrorist training camp in Iran. He lives in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, with his wife, Carol, where he is already working on his fourth novel. For more information go to his website at www.tlwilliams.com

 

Our second guest is Jon Frederickson author of “The Lies We Tell Ourselves: How to Face the Truth, Accept Yourself, and Create a Better Life”. Focusing on the heart and soul of therapy, THE LIES WE TELL OURSELVES is an eye-opening guide to not only getting the most from our relationship with a therapist but also our relationships with others—even those who have hurt us—and, above all, with ourselves.

Jon Frederickson grew up working in his father’s blacksmith shop in Clear Lake, Iowa.  After receiving the help of a therapist, he decided to become one. He later found his true calling as an educator, serving on the faculty of the Washington School of Psychiatry, where he taught psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers.   He currently teaches mental health professionals around the world.  He is the author of two professional books and dozens of articles on psychotherapy.  His previous book for therapists was the award winning Co-Creating Change: Effective Dynamic Therapy Techniques. For more information go to www.istdpinstitute.com

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Christian Talk 1160 AM 02/04/2017

Our first guest is CIA veteran T. L. Williams unfolds this chilling—and highly conceivable—scenario in his latest novel, “ ZERO DAY: China’s Cyber Wars” (First Coast Publishers, February 2017).  Moving between Chongqing, China and Langley, Virginia, this fast-paced spy thriller revolves around a plot by the Chinese government to seize the edge on global power by undermining the U.S. economy. Armed with an underground force of hackers, China’s Ministry of Public Security (MPS) has a mission: to destroy confidence in the dollar by launching persistent, aggressive cyber-attacks on America’s banking system.

T.L.  WILLIAMS retired from active duty with the Central Intelligence Agency in 2009 and now pursues his passion for writing. He introduced Logan Alexander in his debut novel,Cooper’s Revenge, a riveting account of the impact improvised explosive devices have had on U.S. soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan, and one soldier’s pledge to avenge his brother’s death. His second novel, Unit 400, follows a team of assassins deployed to track down and take out the Special Forces team that destroyed a terrorist training camp in Iran. He lives in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, with his wife, Carol, where he is already working on his fourth novel. For more information go to his website at www.tlwilliams.com

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Our second guest is Jon Frederickson author of “The Lies We Tell Ourselves: How to Face the Truth, Accept Yourself, and Create a Better Life”. Focusing on the heart and soul of therapy, THE LIES WE TELL OURSELVES is an eye-opening guide to not only getting the most from our relationship with a therapist but also our relationships with others—even those who have hurt us—and, above all, with ourselves.

Jon Frederickson grew up working in his father’s blacksmith shop in Clear Lake, Iowa.  After receiving the help of a therapist, he decided to become one. He later found his true calling as an educator, serving on the faculty of the Washington School of Psychiatry, where he taught psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers.   He currently teaches mental health professionals around the world.  He is the author of two professional books and dozens of articles on psychotherapy.  His previous book for therapists was the award winning Co-Creating Change: Effective Dynamic Therapy Techniques. For more information go to www.istdpinstitute.com

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