Dear Members and Visitors to GoodTherapy.org,
Today the GoodTherapy.org Team was pleased to experience the fourth teleconference in our Spring into Summer Teleconference Series: ‘Rage and the Therapist’ presented by Ruth King, MA. Big “thank yous” to Ruth for presenting to GoodTherapy.org members her very important work on healing rage. To support those of you who attended today’s teleconference and who may have more questions or would enjoy having a forum to discuss Ruth’s methods, we created this blog entry to serve as a forum where you can post your questions, leave comments, and engage in a dialogue about it. Please feel welcome to join us in the discussion. First, a little more about Ruth King and her book:
Ruth King is a respected voice on transforming rage. A July 2007 Opera Magazine Nugget, King is President of Bridges, Branches & Braids—an organization working with negative emotions in positive ways, and author of ‘Healing Rage—Women Making Inner Peace Possible.’
-Alice Walker, Pulitzer Prize Winner for The Color Purple describes Ruth’s Book Healing Rage as “A classic…filled with the passion, earthiness, and wisdom of a self-described wounded healer…This is a book that can change your life.”
-Jack Kornfield writes, “King has articulated the painful history, patterns, and traps of a raging heart and offers the skillful means for liberation in their very midst. This is revolutionary work.”
-Harriet Lerner, Ph.D., author, The Dance of Anger states “Here is a book of enormous scope that helps us to become more curious about our rage and better equipped to use it wisely. Ruth King’s compassion and generosity of spirit will leave you feeling like she’s right there with you on the journey to a fuller and more courageous life.”
For more information about Ruth, her work, her book, please visit her website: http://www.healingrage.com
Noah Rubinstein, LMFT
Founder and CEO
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