Are you mystified why so many of us support the kinds of hatred and violence in our country that we would not want in our lives?
Do you know that this is the
result of a severe mental health crisis?
Do you wonder why we haven’t committed all our resources to making peace a priority?
Are you searching for a way to help bring us back into cooperation and connection?
Present-day psychology holds answers to many of these most pressing questions that we urgently need to restore our collective mental health and return our planet to safety.
For my new book, “America in Therapy,” I’ve drawn on all I have learned as a psychotherapist of over thirty years, a wife and mother, and someone who has been on a long path to healing herself.
I have also written two books about my spiritual journey, “A Light in the Darkness” and “Into the Fire,” which are on Amazon. These books recount my experience receiving messages from a Divine Source of consciousness about what all our souls are doing here in human form.
Ultimately, it is my firm hope and belief that no matter what lens we look through to find the meaning and purpose of human existence, we will all come together in a common understanding of what will light our way to reconnection with each other and the earth.
Psychology helps us unlock the secrets to violence prevention and healing.
Phyllis and Augustus Cho discuss where psychology and our connection to self and spirit merge to promote deep healing.
Phyllis And Allison Frye discuss how we can help heal violence and divisiveness in America using the best insights and tools of a family therapy approach.