Most people feel disturbed by the political and social problems we see every day yet, at the same time, feel helpless to solve them. We feel even more disturbed as we and others give up our personal power in futile attempts to solve these problems. We have given our power away to politicians and others who accomplish little or thing as they serve their own narrow interests. People have become apathetic because the world situation is just too overwhelming. This book will help you to view the world situation in a way that is t overwhelming. It provides ways for you to take back your power for personal growth and social change.
Gary Reiss is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has his diploma in process-oriented psychology. He has been in private practice for twenty-seven years. Gary teaches process-oriented psychology world-wide and is on the faculty of the Process Work Center of Portland. He has offices in Eugene, Cottage Grove and Portland, Oregon, and is director of a coun-selling clinic in rural Oregon.