T. Carlos Anderson
Restorative Justice / Common Good / Egalitarianism
“I was incredibly moved by this book.”
– Sunny Schwartz, bestselling author of Dreams from the Monster Factory and leading advocate for criminal justice reform. Read her full review, and others’ reviews, here.
Restorative Justice: “Healing does come from the vulnerable sharing of one’s pain. I’ve seen this happen before in pastoral ministry. But researching this project and speaking with dozens of crime victims and restorative justice advocates, many whose stories are a part of this book, have made me aware of a whole new level of healing that is, frankly, astounding and unfathomable.”
– T. Carlos Anderson
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A “wounded healer” leverages their own experiences of pain and tragedy to help others heal from theirs. Originally coined by psychologist Carl Jung, the term was further popularized by theologian Henri Nouwen in his 1972 book of the same name. Working on a book project for most of 2017-18 put me in the presence ofContinue reading “In the Presence of Wounded Healers”