Photo courtesy of Eagle Harbor Book Company | Eagle Harbor Book Company will welcome Dr. Krystal White at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 11 to discuss her book “The Letter Code: Deciphering Why You Love the Way You Love.”

Photo courtesy of Eagle Harbor Book Company | Eagle Harbor Book Company will welcome Dr. Krystal White at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 11 to discuss her book “The Letter Code: Deciphering Why You Love the Way You Love.”

Relationship expert visits Eagle Harbor Book Company

Eagle Harbor Book Company will welcome Dr. Krystal White at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 11 to discuss her book, “The Letter Code: Deciphering Why You Love the Way You Love.”

Admission is free and open to all.

White is a psychologist with more than 15 years of experience working with individuals, organizations and communities. She received both her doctorate in clinical psychology and a master’s degree in Christian leadership from Fuller Theological Seminary and specialized in the integration of spirituality and psychology.

Before that, she earned a master’s degree in mind, brain, and education from Harvard University.

She is a board-certified clinical psychologist and completed a medical fellowship at Madigan Army Medical Center in pediatric developmental psychology.

If you’ve ever suspected that not everyone wants the same things from relationships, you’re right.

In fact, what we need to feel loved, supported, and fulfilled differs according to four personality types. This remarkable breakthrough system devised by psychologist White, the Letter Code, offers an individualized roadmap to reduce conflict, improve communication, and enhance your connectivity and pleasure in your most fundamental relationship.

Visit www.eagleharborbooks.com to learn more.

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