New Book from Local Psychologist Carl Greer




Carl Greer, Ph.D., Psy.D.

Carl Greer, Ph.D., Psy.D., is a practicing clinical psychologist, Jungian analyst and shamanic practitioner. Greer has written a new book, Change the Story of Your Health, a companion to his award-winning Change Your Story, Change Your Life. The book shows how we can identify our health story and use journaling and expanded-awareness practices to begin changing it, leading to better health and wellness.

        Many of the book’s exercises involve shamanic journeying or working in and with nature: dialoguing and interacting with the Earth, a river, the wind or a fire. Others require engaging and working with the chakras, dreams, symptoms or the inner healer. No matter what their health concern, readers will find tools for writing and bringing to life a new health story.

        Readers that begin using the practices on a regular basis will find it easier to let go of what is no longer serving them and bring in whatever can help them live according to a more satisfying health story.

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