To Support the Whole-Self Professionally & Spiritually


Seligman, M.E.P. Ph.D. (2002). Authentic Happiness. Free Press
Ellerby, J.H. Ph.D. (2010). Inspiration Deficit Disorder; the No-Pill Prescription to End High Stress, Low Energy and Bad Habits
Fields, J. (2011) Uncertainty- Turning Fear and Doubt into Fuel for Brilliance. Penguin Group
Catford, L. Ph.D. Ray, M Ph.D. (1991) The Path of the Everyday Hero. G.P. Putnam’s Sons
Zander, B.Zander R.S. (2000).The Art of Possibility. Penguin Book
Brown, B. Ph.D. (2007) I thought it was Just me (but it wasn’t). Gotham Books
Brown, B. Ph.D. (2010) The Gifts of Imperfection- Let Go of Who You Think You’re Supposed to be and Embrace Who You Are. Hazelden
Salzberg, S. (2011) Real Happiness- The Power of Meditation. Workman Publishing
Dweck, C.S. Ph.D. (2006) Mindset- The New Psychology of Success- How We Can Learn to Fulfill or Potential. Ballantine Books
Adams, M. G. (2004). Change Your Questions, Change Your Life: 7 Powerful Tools for Life and Work (1st ed.). Berrett-Koehler Publishers.
Scott, S. (2004). Fierce Conversations: Achieving Success at Work and in Life One Conversation at a Time. Berkley Trade.
Scurlock-Durana, S. (2008).Full Body Presence- Explorations, Connections and More to Experience Present Moment Awareness. Healing from the Core Media
Capacchione, L. Ph.D (2000) Visioning – Ten Steps to Designing the Life of Your Dreams. Penguin Putnam
Carson, R.D. (1983). Taming Your Gremlin – A Guide to Enjoying Yourself. Harper Perennial




Authentic Happiness
This is the web site for the University of Pennsylvania Positive Psychology Center, where Dr. Martin Seligman is the director. Although the center offers a number of happiness-related questionnaires that you can take online, I particularly recommend the VIA Signature Strengths survey.

Joan Borysenko of Minding the Body, Mending the Mind
This web page provides more information and resources about working the mind-body connection for greater mental and physical health.

Benson-Henry Institute for Mind-Body Medicine
The institute runs excellent introductory training about mind-body approaches for clinicians, training for people wishing to create programs similar to the Benson-Henry Institute, and groups for people struggling with conditions that can be greatly helped with mind-body approaches-infertility, menopause, life-threatening illness, and more.