AbstractDr. Vincent L. Perri recently published his seventh book, The Healing Space: Understanding the True Nature of Inner Healing. The book is an essay exploring the relationship between two people in serious unconditional dialogue, and how the space between them can be deepened to facilitate inner healing. The essay is written for practitioners and laypersons who are interested in helping anyone suffering from inner grief and illness. Dr. Perri wrote this extended essay as a follow-up text for practitioners of the healing sciences, and for laypersons interested in developing interpersonal skills in grief and illness counseling. The essay elaborates on the work of Martin Buber, C.G. Jung and D.W. Winnicott to explain the deeper relationship of our interpersonal space, and how it can be accessed to communicate our deeper emotions.
About the AuthorDr. Vincent L. Perri is a Doctor of Chiropractic, a Doctor of Philosophy, and has a certification in clinical psychotherapy. He received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Life University in 1981, where he graduated magna cum laude, and subsequently pursued studies at the C.G. Jung Foundation in New York City where he studied as part of a mentor-directed Ph.D. program. Dr. Perri completed studies in the underlying basis of neural networks in relation to unconscious processes at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine Cape Cod Institute, and was certified in clinical psychotherapy by the Institute of Psychotherapy and Behavioral Medicine. He has recently been granted full Diplomate status in Behavioral Medicine by the American Institute of Behavioral Medicine, Counseling and Psychotherapy.
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