Journey to Safe Harbor: Memoir of Three Generations Self Love, Forgiveness, Reconnection

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Price
$19.79
Publisher
Xlibris Us
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Pages
290
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.65 inches | 0.94 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781664172814

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About the Author
Elizabeth Jacks Scott, MA, M.Div., MSW, CSW Elizabeth Jacks Scott practiced Psychotherapy and Family Therapy in New York City for over two decades, ran grief groups at St. Bartholomew's Church for seven years, and co-founded Hudson Valley Weddings at The Hill. She is an ordained Interfaith Minister and a clinical social worker. She is a 1962 graduate of Vassar College and holds a master's in history from the University of Chicago, a degree in Social Work from the Hunter College School of Social Work as well as Masters of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary. She holds a certificate in Family Therapy from the Hunter College Post Graduate Program and a certificate in psychoanalysis from the Object Relations Institute of New York City. She is a graduate of the One Spirit Seminary in New York City and the author of WIDOWHOOD: DOORWAY TO CALLING AND CONVERSION. She is a member of a number of non-profit boards, some to help prevent homelessness in New York City. She lives with her husband in New York City, the Hudson Valley, and the coast of Maine. Combined with her husband, they have four children and eight grandchildren. 4/26/21: Elizabeth Jacks Scott, author, coach, and minister. Practiced psychotherapy and family therapy in New York City for two decades, former grief group leader at St. Bartholomew's Church, cofounder of Hudson Valley Weddings at the Hill. Ordained interfaith minister and clinical social worker. Vassar College BA, the University of Chicago MA, Hunter College School of Social Work MSW and Union Theological Seminary M.Div. Certificates in family therapy from the Hunter College postgraduate program and in psychoanalysis from the Object Relations Institute of New York City. Graduate of the One Spirit Seminary in New York City. Author of Widowhood: Doorway to Calling and Conversion. Member of nonprofit boards including Society for the Relief of Women and Children, and the Emma Adams Fund. She and her husband reside in New York City, the Hudson Valley, the coast of Maine and combined have four children and eight grandchildren.