Recovering The Self: A Journal of Hope and Healing (Vol. II, No. 2)
Brand:Loving Healing Press
Recovering the Self: A Journal of Hope and Healing (Vol. II, No. 2) April 2010
Recovering The Self is a quarterly journal which explores the themes of
recovery and healing through poetry, memoir, essays, Opinion, fiction, humor,
media reviews and psycho-education. Areas of concern include aging,
disabilities, health, abuse recovery, trauma/PTSD, anxiety, and depression.
Contributors come from around the world to provide a mirror of
the experience of peoples of all cultures and beliefs.
This issue explores a number of areas of concern including:
Complementary and Alternative Therapies
Combat Veterans and PTSD
and much more!
Contributors include: Barbara Sinor, Alan E. Smith, Holli Kenley, Sam Vaknin, Amoke' Kubat, Lynda bevan, Jo Ann Magill, Mia Macfarlane, Margaret Placentra Johnston, Anjana Thampi, Chynna T. Laird, Moraima Trujillo, Tommy Skiens, Heyward B. Ewart, Patricia Wellingham-Jones, and others.
Acclaim for Recovering The Self
"Editor Ernest Dempsey does an admirable job of pulling this material together in a pleasing shape. Each piece offers a revelation, insight, or lesson for the reader to take away. The writing throughout is excellent."
--Janet Riehl, author "Sightlines: A Poet's Diary"
"I highly recommend a subscription to this journal, Recovering the Self, for professionals who are in the counseling profession or who deal with crisis situations. Readers involved with the healing process will also really enjoy this journal and feel inspired to continue on. The topics covered in the first journal alone, will motivate you to continue reading books on the subject matter presented. Guaranteed."
--Paige Lovitt for Reader Views
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Recovering The Self is a forum for people to tell their stories. Individual contributors accept complete responsibility for the veracity, accuracy, and non-infringement of their reporting.
Inclusion in Recovering The Self is neither an endorsement nor a confirmation of claims presented within. Sole responsibility lies with individual contributors, not the editor, staff, or management of Recovering The Self Journal.