U Turn: Saying No to Bad Directions (Student)
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Themes include: Sticks, Stones, and Words; Names Can Sometimes Hurt; Consume, Consume, Consume!; Suicide Is Fatal; Wonderful and Worthy... Me!; Share the Road; and No Hitchhiking.
Beth Miller, Ph.D., is a Jungian therapist and researcher. Her private practice specializes in resilience. Miller teaches psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies and at the University of California at San Francisco, and is founder of a group for motherless daughters. She lives in San Francisco, California.