This continues The Healing Voices Series on Alice Miller: Icon & Ideas Another trend that welcomed Miller’s new ideas in the 1980s was a growing demand for self-improvement, which had already become a national pastime. Here people committed time to reflect, discuss, and read. This trend went beyond baby...

This continues The Healing Voices Series on Alice Miller: Icon & Ideas Alice Miller’s book, now known as The Drama of the Gifted Child, became an icon of the self-help and recovery book market. One reason is that it hit the market when new cultural trends were developing–and converging....

The power of narrative is incorporated into programs as diverse as international and collective conflict resolution through individual and private psychotherapy. Constructing a narrative can rebuild communities, families, and individual lives. It is an important element in restorative justice approaches. Arthur Frank’s book The Wounded Storyteller, suggests one way...

Case Study in the Healing Voices Series on Alice Miller: Icon & Ideas A quick snapshot from history offers clear ideas about what Alice Miller meant when she coined the phrase “enlightened listeners” in the 1980s. Miller’s experience as a Jew during Nazi-occupied Poland is a first step in...

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