Rhonda Findling is a psychotherapist and author of Don't Call That Man! , Don't Text That Man! , When He Can't Commit, Don't Lose That Man, Portrait of My Desire, A Teenager's Memoir and the Don't Text That Man app.
Rhonda has an international private psychotherapy practice based out of New York where she has practiced for the past twenty years. She has had on-going individual phone consultations with clients living in Turkey, England, France, China, Ireland, Bermuda, Japan, Africa, Australia and Canada. She was a psychotherapist on the staff of Post Graduate Center for Mental Health in New York for fourteen years.
In addition to her specializing in detaching from unhealthy relationships, Rhonda also treats children, teens and couples in her private practice.
Rhonda has appeared on several national talk shows including CNN Headline News, Ricki Lake, Geraldo, Maury Povitch, Eye Witness News, Good Day New York, Carnie, Ilyana, Tempest and Judith Regan Tonight. She has also been a guest on radio shows nationwide.
She has led workshops and seminars (including the Learning Annex, the 92nd St. Y and Hazelden) in New York, L.A., Paris, Berlin and London. Rhonda has been featured in the New York Post, Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, Newsday, Rocky Mountain News, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Latina Magazine, Glamour (UK and Paris editions) Le Progress, Life and Style, US Weekly, Femina and Today's Black Woman. Her articles have appeared in Complete Woman Magazine, Essence, and International Living. com.
Rhonda studied acting at HB Studios, Stella Adler Studio Of Acting in New York City and at St. Nicholas Theater in Chicago where she studied with William H. Macy. She’s appeared in several community theatre productions on Long Island, New York and off-off Broadway productions in Chicago.
Rhonda is the host, producer and co-editor of The Help Me Rhonda Show webseries/docushort that is available on Vimeo. She is also the author of the play The Psychic that was produced by Caicedo Productions and Doubletime Productions at the American Theatre of Actors in New York City. Rhonda has taken classes in directing, screenwriting, and filmmaking at New School University and Film and Video Arts Inc.
To contact Rhonda Findling you can e-mail her at RhondaDCTM@aol.com