Author: Susan Doiron
ISBN 978-1-60264-585-1 (softcover)
ISBN 978-1-60264-736-7 (eBook)
I view spirituality as personal transformation centered on three central questions:
1. Identity: Who am I in relationship to myself, others and the divine?
2. Vocation (Being): What is my vocation or calling in life, or what am I drawn to be in the world?
3. Mission (Doing): What is my contribution to the world at this present time and place?
The aim of this self-help book is to teach the reader how to discover the answers to these transformational questions. The text will accomplish this in three ways:
introducing concepts and techniques that are backed up by psychology-based research;
teaching the reader about personal transformation using techniques and exercises that I have adapted and used successfully with clients in clinical practice; and
using my own personal transformation stories as examples that invite my readers to interpret these stories from their own frame, which may result in readers identifying possible patterns of personal transformation in their own lives.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Susan returned to graduate school after a long and varied career in technology, management and education. She holds a MEd in Counselling from Acadia University and is a Canadian Certified Counsellor with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. Susan is currently working as a school counsellor and in private practice. She is also the author of Personal Transformation in the Counselling Process: The Integration of Psychosynthesis and Focusing Therapeutic Models. Susan resides in Cornwall, Prince Edward Island, Canada.
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