Writers Talk Podcast

Listening: A story of a Therapist’s Zero Hour

About the Story: A reputable therapist in Boulder, Colorado is deeply affected by professional and personal losses to discover that she does not know the transformative grace in true listening.

About the Author: Catherine Scott is a retired psychotherapist who learned to listen by practicing for a mere twenty-five years! Her first book, Divine Ordinariness, was channeled. Her next work, Booze at Breakfast, was dedicated to her brother.

Review: “I have read your book not once but twice now. I am stunned by the simple power and brilliance of the light that shines through it. Thank you for opening yourself to God at such depth! The world is in much need of books like this.” – Dr. Kerry Walters, Merciful Meekness: Becoming a Spiritually Integrated Person

Read and learn more about Catherine and her other works, Divine Ordinariness and Listening: A Story of a Therapist’s Zero Hour, on her website.

Listen to the conversation Catherine had with Writers Talk host Jerry Fabyanic about her novel Booze at Breakfast.


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