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Being a parent is always challenging, but thing can prepare you for the most devastating parenting challenge of all: the death of your child. No U-Turn at Mercy Street shares one parent's very personal journey through the grief of losing her unborn daughter, and the labyrinthine path she followed to find a new way to live. In this honest and touching book, Marriage and Family Therapist Chandrama Anderson shares her personal journal from that most difficult time in her life. And then, from the point of view of a clinical psychotherapist who specializes in working with parents who've lost children of all ages, she offers practical steps and specific resources to help you regain your balance, learn to cope, and eventually live beyond survival.
Chandrama Anderson MA, MFT, is a licensed psychotherapist in Palo Alto, California. She specializes in couples therapy and grief counseling. Chandrama's Personality Mapping technique has been presented at clinical conferences throughout the West Coast. In addition to maintaining an active practice, she speaks at conferences throughout the country. She also maintains a Couples Blog at www.chandramaanderson.com. Prior to becoming a therapist, Chandrama worked in high tech at Stanford University and in Silicon Valley. She is the author of Building an eCommerce Website. Chandrama has spoken on web site strategy, design, management, and outsourcing for industry conferences, including Women in Technology (WITI), Seybold Seminars, and Stanford's Publishing on the Web and The Stanford Conference on eCommerce. Chandrama lives in Menlo Park with her husband and son.