Available for Pre-order:From Intergenerational Trauma to a Path of Purpose

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I’m excited to be included in Passionately Striving in Why, an inspiring and uplifting anthology featuring the stories of women who found and now live out their purpose. You can learn a little bit more about my specific short story below: This is a story of a shy little girl whose parents survived escaping from war-torn Communist China so that she could be born in freedom. She overcame many obstacles to become a servant leader, creating a nonprofit foundation–Awareness, Courage and Love Global Project with chapters in six continents. Her mission is to nurture a worldwide network of open-hearted change-seekers who strive to meet life’s challenges through deepening interpersonal connection and rising to live more true to themselves.

About the Author

Mavis Tsai, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and senior research scientist at the University of Washington’s Center for Science of Social Connection. She is the co-creator of Functional Analytic Psychotherapy (FAP), a treatment that harnesses the power of the therapeutic relationship to transform clients’ lives. She is the co-author of five books on FAP (some of which have been translated into Portuguese, Spanish, Japanese, Italian, Korean, and Persian) and over 70 articles and book chapters. She is a recipient of the Washington State Psychological Association’s Distinguished Psychologist Award in recognition of significant contributions to the field of psychology. She is a Fellow of the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science. As Executive Director of the Nonprofit Organization “Awareness, Courage & Love Global Project”, she trains volunteers to lead chapters in six continents to create a worldwide network of open-hearted change-seekers who strive to meet life’s challenges through deepening interpersonal connection and rising to live more true to themselves.
Website: www.livewithacl.org

Additional information

Weight 15.9 oz
Dimensions 6 × 0.5 × 9 in

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