Lindsey Fairfield holds a PhD and had a successful career in research astronomy despite many nervous breakdowns. Over the years, the breakdowns lead to sampling many different forms of therapy including five years of intensive psychiatry. While all that therapy led to recovery, she was dissatisfied with the length and painfulness of the process. Obtaining a Graduate Diploma in Counselling, she set out to pass on to other survivors – through groups and individual counselling – the skills that she found to be of greatest assistance. This book sets that learning down in writing.
Volcanoes: Child Abuse, Rage and Recovery
“Volcanoes is searingly honest... a lucid probe into the devastating effects of childhood trauma. But it’s more than just an analysis - Volcanoes has a building-block process for recovery. It’s a must-read for any survivor battling with rage.”Rod Phillips, Chairman of the Board Advocates for...