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Living Through Personal Crisis Perfect Paperback – May 5, 2010
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Ann Kaiser Stearns, Ph.D., is the author of Counseling the Grieving Person in the textbook, Pastoral Counseling; the best-selling first edition of Living Through Personal Crisis (published in seven languages); Coming Back Rebuilding Lives After Crisis and Loss; and Living Through Job Loss. She has authored articles on police officer and first responder exposure to traumatic events, risk factors and resilience, as well as a case study on resilience in the aftermath of a traumatic brain injury.
Dr. Stearns is a noted professor of psychology who has received awards for Excellence in Teaching from Loyola College, Johns Hopkins University, and the Maryland Psychological Association. Earlier in her career, she was a chaplain at Michigan State University and a behavioral scientist in the Family Practice Residency Program at Franklin Square Hospital.
She lectures widely around the country and has been interviewed on more than 200 radio and television programs in the U.S. and Canada.
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Her approach is common sense, empathetic, and illustrative, sharing of the stories of others. It is very easy to read - feels more like a conversation than a text book.
Very good book to give to others who are at that place.
I don't know of any other book as helpful.
This book helped when devastated for the first time in my life by someone-close-to-me's death by suicide.
After you are into recovery and your life may still be a mess for a while as mine was, I found David Burns Feeling Good to get me the rest of the way "home" and at peace.