Wounds into Wisdom
Healing Intergenerational Jewish Trauma: New Preface from the Author, New Foreword by Gabor Mate (pending), Reading Group Guide
- Hardcover edition won multiple awards: 2020 Nautilus Book Award--GOLD/Psychology
- 2020 Book Award from the Jewish Women’s Caucus of the Association for Women in Psychology,
- 2019 Book of the Year Award Finalist in Religion and Self-Help categories.
- The hardcover edition was promoted with a national tour to many indie bookstores, whom we will be contacting with news of the paperback edition.
- Paperback edition will feature a new foreword by Gabor Mate new preface by Tirzah, and a reading group guide for individuals and groups
- IMPORTANTLY: Just as My Grandmother’s Hands is rooted in the author’s Black experience, but is a book intended for a much broader audience, Wounds into Wisdom, while rooted in the Jewish experience, is intended to help unravel and heal any inherited trauma.
- Author outlines 7 prescriptive principles for healing inherited trauma in additional to descripting this trauma precisely.
- The author remains very engaged in promoting her work in intergenerational healing. Currently she is offering a 7 week module video through the Shift Network, is featured in a two-issue article on the subject in Psychology Today magazine, and is featured in an experts panel related to the film titled The Wisdom of Trauma by Gabor Maté.
- The author is charismatic and in demand as an interviewee.
- Author has an established network and is very active on social media. She has 1.9K friends on her personal Facebook page, and 1.4 likes on her Public Figure Facebook page.
- The interest in intergenerational trauma continues to grow as can be seen in the sales of books like My Grandmother’s Hands.