Dr. Kenneth Wapnick was prolific in his teaching and writing. In light of this, the Foundation is grouping selections from Kenneth's teachings by theme, to be offered in our monthly sales.
Kenneth has described A Course in Miracles as spiritual psychotherapy. His description is not surprising, since the Course came to two academic psychologists–Drs. Helen Schucman and William Thetford–working in a clinical setting, who asked for help to heal their relationship. And Kenneth himself was a licensed clinical psychologist. The Supplement, Psychotherapy: Purpose, Process, and Practice, taken down by Helen Schucman in the same manner as the Course, opens with the statement:
Psychotherapy is the only form of therapy there is. Since only the mind can be sick, only the mind can be healed. Only the mind is in need of healing (P-in.1:1-3).
Kenneth emphasizes that, while the mind's healing occurs in the context of our relationships, the focus of healing is always on the content of the mind, where the healing is needed. Traditional psychotherapy often explores parent-child relationships and early experiences and memories—Kenneth brings the Course's radical perspective to this challenging classroom–our worldly substitute for our conflict with God.
For our April sale, to assist students with the healing of their mind through the help of their inner Therapist, the Foundation offers the following titles at its Online Bookstore:
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