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Induced After Death Communication: A Miraculous Therapy for Grief and Loss Paperback – May 1, 2014
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"The truth is, once I began reading the manuscript I could not put the book down! It is my view that Dr. Allan Botkin has made a major breakthrough in the treatment of those suffering from the emotional consequences of loss and grief." –Rev. Dr. Ralph S. Leonard, Vice President Emeritus for Church Relations, Carthage College, Kenosha, Wisconsin
"Dr. Botkin has hit upon a fascinating and powerful new tool that may not only help clients cope with their losses, but also breaks new ground in understanding life and death." –Bruce Greyson, M.D., Professor of Psychiatric Medicine, University of Virginia, School of Medicine; Editor, Journal of Near-Death Studies
"There have been very few major breakthroughs in the field of psychology in the last hundred years, and Dr. Allan Botkin has certainly achieved one of them. His discovery has implications that go well beyond clinical practice." –Alan L. Strand
"Induced After Death Communication: A Miraculous Therapy for Grief and Loss is an authentic and believable story of Dr. Botkin's groundbreaking discovery of a new and very powerful treatment of grief. But even more than that, the book provides readers with a whole new way of thinking about and experiencing our relationships and our lives. The book offers hope and comfort, and a new kind of peace of mind.
The book is written in a compelling style that makes it difficult to put down and leaves you hungry for more. This is not only a book for psychologists and psychotherapists, but for all people who seek to understand the meaning of life, and death." –Linda Harper
About the Author
Allan L. Botkin,PsyD, received his Doctor of Psychology degree from Baylor University in 1983. For the next twenty years he worked in private practice and as a staff psychologist for the Department of Veterans Affairs in the Chicago area. He is currently the director of The Center for Grief and Traumatic Loss, LLC in Libertyville, Illinois. Author websites: www.induced-adc.com and www.healingafterthewar.com
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With Botkin's discovery, the whole context for grieving is changed. It is no longer a process of trying to recover from the absence of a relationship that was life itself to people in many cases. It is by the accelerated processing of the sadness of the loss through a non-invasive, psychophysical therapy technique that the experience of reconnection with the loved one is discovered. People can have great losses, but they can go on to have joy and involvement with the world again and FEEL their loved one with them while they do. The sadness that may have been seen as a precious wound can now be released in favor of experiencing a renewed connection with the person who was so treasured.
After reading this book back in 2006, I learned Dr. Botkin's technique from him personally, and have been practicing it and teaching it to other therapists myself. It quite literally is, as one widow told me "a game changer." It certainly has been for me, and for the many, many grieving clients I have been able to help since I first read it.
The book itself is of interest to people who may not know about psychophysical therapies, such as EMDR and IADC, but it is also a story of hope and wonder, open to all, that inspires gratitude for the way that consciousness and love are so inextricably bound together that a simple technique, carefully done, reveals their continued connection, even after death.