Volume 16: Counseling and Psychotherapy
This volume features articles on counseling and psychotherapy for those struggling with issues related to advanced personality development. Sal Mendaglio’s keynote address at the Dąbrowski Congress in 2016 discusses the role of dynamisms in the process of development. Three articles focus on: (1) suicide risk and prevention, (2) ecotherapy, the uniting of our inner and outer nature, and (3) counseling for gifted adults experiencing loneliness and isolation. The inner experience of being gifted is the topic of two articles: the first, the confluence of issues of race, dyslexia, and giftedness, and the second, the confusion of high expectations, inner conflict, and misdiagnosis. Not to be missed is the fascinating article titled, “Sherlock Holmes and Giftedness.” Book reviews, poetry, and a tribute to Marlene Rankel are included.