Healing the Wounds of Childhood and Culture

An Adventure of a Lifetime

by Don St John Ph.D.



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/4/2022

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 238
ISBN : 9781665727112
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 238
ISBN : 9781665727105
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 238
ISBN : 9781665727129

About the Book

In Healing the Wounds of Childhood and Culture, author Dr. Don St. John offers a new model of wholeness, and he challenges us to embark on an adventure of a lifetime. It awakens us to the multiple effects of personal traumas and of the wounds inflicted by our culture.

Blending his personal and clinical experiences, St. John discusses why many have failed to recognize how their potential has been limited. In this guide, he helps you understand the root causes of many of society’s ills: violence, addictions, substance abuse, loneliness, depression, apathy, polarization, and relationship distress.

Insightful, Healing the Wounds of Childhood and Culture points the way toward harmony, self-love, and a capacity for deep, emotional intimacy. It provides an understanding of what’s needed to flourish and thrive, especially in relationship to ourselves and our loved ones. It’s what we as individuals and as a culture need to understand to move beyond survival and scarcity and embrace abundance and harmony.

About the Author

Don St. John, PhD, a psychotherapist, has been immersed in the somatic, psychological, relational, and spiritual worlds for more than fifty years. His academic roots are in traditional clinical psychology, but early in his career he realized from his own experience that one’s body, relational intelligence, and spirituality must be included to achieve a thriving sense of wholeness.