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Steve Pemberton praises Songs for the Forgotten-A Psychiatrist’s Record

Songs for the Forgotten A Psychiatrist's Record

Songs for the Forgotten offers a strong practical component also, providing information about trauma and healing. Dr. Burns illustrates how hope and wholeness can come from remembrance and telling. By incorporating healing prayer into her work with patients, she began to see dramatic results with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Complex Trauma. You'll be inspired and renewed…

Telling Patients

Who Cares What the Numbers Say

This is my first entry from my new book, Who Cares What the Numbers Say? My daughter named the book on my birthday, when she wrote her best wishes to me on Facebook. "Who cares what the numbers say, I'd be hard pressed to have a smarter, cuter, more perfect Mom." While practicing psychiatry in…

Generational Healing

SURELY WE ARE REMINDED THAT DURING THIS SEASON OF DARKNESS, WE ARE APPROACHING A SEASON OF LIGHT. THE MIRACULOUS BIRTH OF THE CHRIST CHILD REMINDS US THAT FORGIVENESS AND LOVE ARE THE ONLY THINGS THAT MATTER. HALLELUJAH! CHRIST IS BORN, CRUCIFIED AND RISEN. LET US REJOICE AND BE GLAD IN IT! LOVE DR. B          Time…

Praise for Songs for the Forgotten

Songs for the Forgotten Johnny

Thank you all for your praise on my recent book, Songs for the Forgotten: A Psychiatrist's Record!! I wanted to share with you all some of the feedback I received as it touched my heart deeply. I would love to hear more feedback!! Please leave a review on Amazon or send me a message!!

Society for the Protection of Animals

FOREWORD The man who cries out against evil men but does not pray for themwill never know the grace of God.—Saint Silouan the Athonite In 1874, nine-year-old Mary Ellen Wilson was living in Hell’s Kitchen, the underbelly of New City, where she was beat- en, neglected, and frequently chained to her bed. A religious mis-…

Henry

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Here’s another old saying that deserves a second look: ‘Eye for eye, tooth for tooth.’Is that going to get us anywhere? Here’s what I propose: ‘Don’t hit back at all.’—Matthew 5:38-28 Henry was fifteen and a half when he was seen on a Person in Need of Supervision (PINS) petition because of his academic failure,…

Faith Connections Zoom Reading

It's not how I imagined how my first book reading would go but it was more special than I could have ever hoped. Faith Connections sponsored a virtual event and I got to reach many Christian providers. Great discussion! Wally Turnbull, my publisher attended and encouraged participants to purchase the book and learn more about…