Authors: Carol Solberg Moss LCSW and Antoinette Saunders, Ph.D.
ISBN 978-1-60264-720-6 (softcover)
ISBN 978-1-60264-854-8 (eBook)
Being on a spiritual journey can be confusing and overwhelming. In a friendly and engaging way the authors offer a clear explanation of important guiding principles and exercises that help put the reader on her path to inner peace.
Claudia, a 40ish mother of two, is complaining of feeling tired and often angry for no apparent reason. With the direction of her Yoga teacher, Claudia finds herself talking to a spiritual psychotherapist. During her sessions Claudia is given guidance and suggestions that offer her a new way of looking at her world. Together, Kathryn, the therapist and Claudia discuss the difference between fear and faith, what it means to be a victim, core values, non-judgment, understanding her shadow, accepting what is, synchronicity, life's purpose, letting go, forgiveness, compassion, and gratitude and more.
Each chapter ends with exercises that will engage you in a more thoughtful and practical experience of the topic being discussed.
Women, mental health professionals, coaches, spiritual directors, and companions will find this book helpful for integrating spirituality into their personal and professional practices.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Carol Solberg Moss, LCSW, is a licensed clinical social worker and spiritual director. She has a private practice in Wilmette, Illinois where she lives with her family.
Antoinette Saunders, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist and spiritual director. She lives in Wilmette with her family where she has a private practice.
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