In her "highly readable memoir....about the power of listening by a passionate psychotherapist".....Kirkus Reviews, Dr. Miller weaves in countless anecdotes about the children and teens she encountered throughout her work, as each made indelible marks on her life.
.....She tells these stories in a strikingly sincere voice.....Faith is a nearly constant subject, but it's never alienating. Readers interested in youth counseling, in particular, will be inspired by the author's heartfelt journey....." Kirkus Reviews.
Fans of Anne Lamott's works will enjoy this book, as both authors combine a deep spirituality with an irreverent sense of humor, and so will those who admire Mitch Albom, with whom Miller shares the ability to recognize the value and humanity of others.
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About the Author
Alice G. Miller, PhD, works as a psychotherapist in Potomac, Maryland. Prior to entering private practice, she served as director of The Listening Post, a youth crisis center; director of Karma House for Girls, a residential treatment program; and as an individual and family psychotherapist in a group practice.
Miller graduated from the University of Maryland School of Social Work. On Becoming a Swan is her fourth book. Her other titles are To Everything There is a Season, A Thyme for Peace, and All That Bright Light.