We've all had times when bouncing back from the ordinary stress of daily life or an unexpected tragedy seems to be an insurmountable challenge. We need a way to recover resilience. If you're facing difficult times, Dr. Robert Wicks is here to help you regain your balance by discovering resources you may have been taking for granted.
Through 30 daily reflections, you can gradually find your way back to a place of serenity and renewed energy. Wicks draws on the wisdom and insight of great teachers and healers throughout the ages, as well as the wealth of insight from the Scriptures to show how a renewed spiritual life can bring you to a place of psychological strength.
Robert J. Wicks received his doctorate in psychology from Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital and is on the faculty of Loyola University, Maryland. He has published more than 50 books for professionals and the general public, including Bounce: Living the Resilient Life; Riding the Dragon; and Perspective: The Calm Within the Storm. Dr. Wicks has lectured on the importance of resilience and possessing a healthy perspective in Hanoi, Beijing, Budapest, Belfast, and Johannesburg as well as at the Mayo Clinic, Harvard's Children's Hospital, and Harvard Divinity School, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, the U.S. Air Force Academy, and on Capitol Hill to members of Congress and their chiefs of staff. He has received the Humanitarian of the Year Award from the American Counseling Association's Division on Spirituality, Ethics, and Values and in 2006 was recipient of the first annual Alumni Award for Excellence in Professional Psychology from Widener University.
Like a fine wine, Robert Wicks’s latest book reflects the distilled wisdom of a master therapist and spiritual master. Spiritual Resilience is a rich, finely balanced integration of the best of Western spirituality, contemporary psychology, and sound theology.
- Rev. Donald Cozzens, author of Master of Ceremonies
These pages are the pearl produced from so many years living at the intersection of faith and psychology, from decades of research and practicing perfect prose.
- Therese Borchard, author of Beyond Blue: Surviving Depression & Anxiety and Making the Most of Bad Genes