When Your Problems Create Problems: Counseling for Survival

Roz Klein, MS, LPC and Thelma R Miller

"This book should be on the desk of every person involved in mental health. Small but potent, this book will touch your heart."
— Mature Living
"When life’s problems knock you down, read this book to get some excellent pointers on how to pick yourself up."
— Dayton Daily News
Drawing on the rich traditions of the helping professions, from pastoral counseling to social work and psychiatry, the authors discuss the issues of living and dying that are common to everyone, yet that each person must face alone. They look at life’s crises — loss, illness, aging, bereavement and the fact of one’s own mortality — from a standpoint that is at once practical and compassionate.
This book is highly recommended for social workers, therapists, nurses, psychologists, all who work in the caring professions, and anyone considering a career in counseling. It will also benefit those facing problems that can be helped through counseling.


Softcover. 160 pages. ISBN-10: 0-914783-40-8. ISBN-13: 978-0-9147836-40-4. List Price: $16.95