Mackinnon proves to be a skilled guide. Therapists of all orientations will find inspiration and food for thought in this fascinating book.
Shamanism and Spirituality in Therapeutic Practice is incredibly well written, balancing being both highly valid academically while maintaining a style written to be understood and used by all... Shamanism and Spirituality in Therapeutic Practice is a remarkable book: filled with a wealth of facts, theories, insights, wisdom and practice; highly knowledgeable and informative; well researched, well balanced and very accessible. An outstanding book which is highly recommended.' Therapeutic Practice - Indie Shaman Magazine 'I won't keep you in suspense: this is a great book. If you're interested in taking a more holistic, spiritual approach to your coaching and/or therapeutic practice, I think you'll get a lot from it and find yourself referring back to it often... This is an excellent book which you should be able to quickly and easily apply in your integrative practice. Recommended!
a highly effective repertoire of insights, psycho-spiritual approaches and therapeutic tools... Compelling reading for therapists, looking for profound insights and innovative methods of practice reaching beyond contemporary Western mind and body approaches.
John Perkins, New York Times bestselling author
A seminal book that sheds light on the importance and practicality of integrating shamanic and spiritual practices into modern psychotherapy . . .an enlightened contribution to a world where individual and collective purpose must interweave if we hope to create a tapestry of survival.
John Hempstead, Chair, British Society of Clinical Hypnosis
A truly compelling, well researched, yet accessible book for therapeutic professionals conveying a wealth of knowledge, insights and practical applications.
Ursula James, Visiting Teaching Fellow, Oxford University Medical School, author of The Source: A Manual of Everyday Magic
An important and relevant book for the times we live in. It is a "must read" for therapeutic professionals who look for enlightening insights and innovative methods of psycho-spiritual practice that cater for the whole human psyche.
Avy Joseph, Principal, The College of Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy, author of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
A very interesting book, thorough and clear, for therapists who work with esoteric and spiritual concepts and for those who are curious about the subject. Christa Mackinnon is an accomplished therapist and academic, who writes with conviction about a subject she is passionate about.