"Like "Varieties of Religious Experience, Quantum Change" is illustrated richly with case histories....This book is compelling reading and is a must not only for anyone working in the addictions field, but for anyone who is at all interested in the psychology and spirituality of human behaviour."--"Addiction Biology"
"It is easy to walk away from this book hungry for an equally transforming jolt to everyday existence."--"ForeWord"
"The authors successfully assert that as a person is guided to a new place of authentic truth within himself or herself, peacefulness and inner strength ensue, and a positive shift in core values results....this work is valuable because it teaches ordinary people not to fear sudden spiritual encounters. For large psychology collections in public libraries."--"Library Journal"
"Bill Miller and Janet C'de Baca have written a wonderful book. Not since William James's "Varieties of Religious Experience" has there been such a psychologically penetrating book on spiritual experience." --George E. Vaillant, MD, Harvard Medical School
"Although many people spend years struggling to fix personal problems, some people undergo sudden, dramatic, and nearly instantaneous change. This book tells their stories and identifies the core features of these transformational changes. The idea of quantum change is arguably among the most exciting in psychology, since it challenges both common sense and clinical lore. This book will appeal to anyone interested in psychological change, transformation, or the human condition. In other words, this book is for everyone." --Todd F. Heatherton, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Dartmouth College
"Reading" Quantum Change "is a mystical experience of its own. This is an exceptionally well written book that I found inspirational, enlightening, and a 'must read.' After reading this book, don't be surprised if you think about change in a new way." --Monty Roberts, author of the New York Times best seller, "The Man Who Listens to Horses"