Places to Be Blessed, by Valerie Bradley-Holliday, Ph.D.
and Licensed Clinical Social Worker Valerie
Bradley-Holliday has created a professional trade
reference for practitioners and students of social
psychology. Using her own experience as a case study,
she explores the mysteries faced by persons who find
themselves in difficult situations.
In one way, the work is a self-help book for those
seeking help, but for whom professional counseling is
unavailable or personally rejected. The book offers a
sympathetic and open view to others having domestic and
social issues in youth and points the way to the reader
to find comfort and eventual success.
As a trade book, a reader studying social psychology
will certainly enjoy the vignettes that introduce each
chapter and the case study the entire work offers.
Further, the book provides a quick and attractive read
that a professional can assign to clients and
realistically expect the assigned task to be completed
Similarly, the book will provide a useful companion to
standard textbooks in college courses on social
Bradley-Hollidays experience with fiction, plus her
careful approach to science, makes for a pleasant
reading experience. This book will be an invaluable
addition to any professional library.
Bruce Cook, Ph.D.
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