Biography & Autobiography, Social Scientists & Psychologists
The Mary Steinhauser Story by Margaret Franz
Mary Steinhauser is the only peace officer in the history of penal institutions in Canada to willingly offer up her life in the service of her country. It was during a 1975 prison escape attempt and 41-hour hostage-taking by three desperate inmates ...
The First 10 years by Clara Atmane and none
Learn to tell your truth from a reflective, honest, nonreactive prospective. Recently retired from a challenging legal career, Clara Atmane was asking the big questions: Who am I now? Why am I here now? Why am I still so lonely? Digging into the ...
Notes from the Bear Cave by Jaime Smith
This riveting autobiography by Jaime Smith, who began his career as an astronomer and then became a psychiatrist, tells the story of a passionate lifelong scholar, activist, motorcycle enthusiast, mountaineer, music lover, and family man. ...
Get Your Head Around The Craziness by Doug Spencer
Do you struggle to maintain good health? Are you tired of the onslaught of new technology invading your life? Do you long for the simplicity of the good old days? Are you troubled by social unrest in the world? And, perhaps most importantly, has the ...
Travels through health, to insanity and back home by Jean Steinfeld
This book takes the reader through the author’s personal experiences in psychotherapy with a variety of therapists and approaches. She starts with her Danbury psychiatrist, an analyst, describing all her thoughts and feelings and fantasies and ends ...
Letters Home from Wartime London by a Canadian Psychologist by Kathy Myers Krogh and Douglas Myers
This unique collection of letters offers a vivid glimpse of life in wartime London. C. Roger Myers, a young psychology professor at the University of Toronto, was appointed as advisor to the RAF on methods for pilot selection and training. His ...