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PGIAA proudly salutes two alumnae who were recently honored by Chiron Publications

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PGIAA proudly salutes two alumnae who were recently honored by Chiron Publications. Both are recipients of awards bestowed on their new releases:

Imaginal Figures in Everyday Life: Stories from Between the World of Matter and Mind, by Mary Harrell PhD, (2003 Clinical Psychology)

 

Imaginal Figures in Everyday Life: Stories from Between the World of Matter and Mind, by Mary Harrell PhD, was recognized as an award-winning finalist in the “Health: Women’s Health” category at the 2017 International Book Awards (IBA). Jeffrey Keen, President and CEO of American Book Fest, said this year’s contest yielded over 1,500 entries from authors and publishers around the world, which were then narrowed down to the final results. Published by innerQuest Books, an imprint of Chiron Publications, Imaginal Figures in Everyday Life: Stories from Between the World of Matter greets a cast of imaginal figures who inhabit the author’s life and encourages all of us to welcome their wisdom into our own inner landscapes.

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Crossing the Owl’s Bridge: A Guide for Grieving People Who Still Love, by Kim Bateman, PhD (2000 Clinical Psychology) 

Crossing the Owl’s Bridge: A Guide for Grieving People Who Still Love, by Kim Bateman, was named a finalist in the self-help (non-fiction) category of the 2017 Next Generation Indie Book Awards (NGIBA). The awards are judged by leaders of the indie book publishing industry, including many with long careers at major publishing houses. Their love of a great read and experience in the publishing arena identify books deserving a wider audience. Crossing the Owl’s Bridge illustrates creative outcomes to mourning that allow one to recognize, contain, release and stay in relationship and keep loving.

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