What is Books for Healing? Books for Healing highlights books that inspire, heal, and motivate us toward greater heart, greater knowledge, and total health for mind, body and spirit. All Things Healing highlights books on healing – spiritual healing books & natural healing books, that inspire, heal & motivate us toward a great mind, body and spirit. For more information, visit us online today!

Introduction to Books for Healing
I have always found words to be comforting and a source for knowledge.  Within each book lies a path for understanding one's self better. I aim to spotlight books that will aid ...
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Editor's Note from Eden Kozlowski, ATH Supervising Editor: I am such a BIG proponent for upgrading/altering the current state of school lunches in the United States (my family refers to school lunch as "birthday lunch"). So, anything I can find from Jamie Oliver to Sarah Wu, I'm going to showcase (even if it means showing something from The View - he he). Go Whoopi! So, listen to the ladies interview Sarah Wu, an elementary school speech pathologist who went undercover and ate school lunches for an entire year and wrote the book "Fed up with Lunch."


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by Olga Horvat

If you are a pet owner who finds your sweet and adorable dog suddenly and inexplicably acting odd and out of character, you are certainly not alone. Paranormal Pooch: A True Story of the Dog Who Healed One Family, by Olga Horvat, tells an eye-opening story of her strange family’s dog Princess, who led Olga into healing with colors. Olga has become a Color Therapist for pets and their owners.




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by Richard Louv
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What if we spent as much time immersed in nature as we do in technology?

That’s the question Richard Louv sought to answer when writing his latest book, The Nature Principle. Our society, says Louv, has developed such an outsized faith in technology that we have yet to fully realize or even adequately study how human capacities are enhanced through the power of nature...



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by Meyer, P., De Villers, J. & Ebnet, E.

Reviewed by Viggo Krüger, PhD Candidate, GAMUT / Music therapist

I will begin this book review with a personal point of view. As a music therapy student back in 1997, I recall being told by teachers and older music therapy students that most music therapists used the piano in their work, regardless who they were working with...


Editor's Note from Bernice Chu: Viggo Krüger writes an excellent book review on 'Guitar skills for music therapists and music educators' written by Meyer, De Villers, and Ebnet. Informative and useful for clinicians and educators.


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by  Patricia Volonakis Davis
Reviewed by Bess Coble, ATH Co-Editor of Exercise & Fitness

“My Big Fat Greek Wedding” meets “Under the Tuscan Sun” – that’s what another reviewer wrote. Since those are two of my favorite chick flicks, I expected a lot from this book and, thankfully, Patricia Volonakis Davis delivered even more. Harlot’s Sauce is well-written and is an easy, quick read and, best of all, undeniably human. Wherever she is living in the book, New York or Greece, you feel you are actually immersed in the unique nuances of that area. It’s been a long time since I laughed out loud at a book I was reading...


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by Katrina McFerran
Reviewed by Philippa Derrington, MA, BA (hons), Dip.MTh

This book provides a balanced theoretical and practical guide to working with adolescents. Music therapists, whether newly qualified or with experience in the field will find this book useful. It offers detailed explanations for realistic ways of working with adolescents and is packed full of ideas: from the description of an adolescent-friendly instrumentarium to a Symphonic model of music therapy group development...

Editor's Note from Bernice Chu:
Philippa Derrington writes an excellent book review of McFerran's 'Adolescents, Music and Music Therapy. Methods and Techniques for Clinicians, Educators and Students'. Useful for clinicians and those with personal interest on this subject.


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Editor's Note from Gregory Shephard: Great interview based on the book Medical Intuition which came out in 2010.


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by Ford R. Myers
Reviewed by Elizabeth Mackenzie

I hesitated to include a review of this book on this website because, at first glance, it does not appear to be a book about healing. However, the more I thought about it, the more I realized that having a rewarding career is one of the cornerstones of living an authentic, fulfilling life. If you have recently lost your job, have been looking for work for a long time, or are enduring a position that is draining you of vitality, you know that no amount of herbs, massage, acupuncture or even meditation, will replace meaningful work that puts food on the table. Plus, the topic is timely and Myers' approach is grounded in an understanding that looking for work and building a career are all about mental attitude, or as he puts it, that the job search is really an inside game...


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by Don George
Reviewed by Michael Williams, ATH Co-Editor of Therapeutic Storytelling

Over the last few weeks, I've been mentoring a woman who works as a humanist celebrant. This is a person whose role is a secular one, yet no less spiritual in my mind: she celebrates the life of the deceased through a story compiled from the memories she's gathered from the deceased's family and friends. My friend is a stranger to most of the families yet she enters into the intimacy of their grief...



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by Sherri Carter, MS, ATH Co-Editor of PsychoSpiritual
Reviewed by Lorna Bright

Do you know anyone who has tried the ideas from the movie, The Secret, and they didn’t work? Living Your Intentions, The Power of Action can help.

“It’s through not only your thoughts and your feelings,” author Sherri Carter, MS tells us, “but also through the power and energy generated from your actions that you attract more of what you want.” 

How refreshing!...


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Editor's Note from Gregory Shepherd: Mostly audio–but great review of important new book by the author.


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Ignite the Genius Within: Discover Your Full Potential

by Christine Ranck and Christopher Lee Nutter

This book is intended to light the spark of creativity in the reader. How can it do this? Each page displays an evocative photograph often accompanied by text that encourages the reader to dive deep within for reflections and musings. The novel twist is that the authors designed the book to be viewed while listening (through headphones) to specially recorded music that the reader can download


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