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Grace for the Injured Self: The Healing Approach of Heinz Kohut Paperback – 26 Jul 2012

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'...I recommend the book to readers concerned with the interaction of psychology, Christian communities, and faith that reaches out of the pain of Gethsemane...'--Tracy E Martin, Theological book review, Vol. 24, No 2, 2012.

...plenty to think through as we grapple with both the ideal and everyday reality... --Dr Anne Spalding, Church Times, 15 March 2013.

Cooper and Randall are to be commended for simplifying complex concepts such that they are comprehensible and broadly useful. The lines they draw between a self-psychological understanding of human suffering and the causes of human sin are thought-provoking and more importantly foster empathy… --Shelley L. Dennis, Drew University, Reviews in Religion and Theology, Volume 20, Issue 3, July 2013

'This is a book for those engaged in pastoral care, as well as those in the field of psychology, and, in fact, for all denominational leaders and teachers who try to be channels of healing grace, as well as for those injured ministers of grace themselves.' --Rosalind Smith, in The Christian Parapsychologist, Vol I, No 9, September 2013

About the Author

Terry D. Cooper, EdD, PhD, is Professor of Psychology at St. Louis Community College at Meramec, and Adjunct Professor of Religious Studies at Webster University. He has authored or coauthored eleven books. Robert L. Randall, PhD, is a clinical psychologist and an ordained minister of the United Church of Christ, now in private practice. He is the author of seven books and numerous articles.

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