The authors present a model and a case study for understanding and dealing with anger, a discussion of forgiveness and propose a model for understanding and increasing self-esteem.
Brother Loughlan Sofield, ST, is a member of the Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity. He served as the director of the Missionary Servant Center for Collaborative Ministry; director of the Washington Archdiocesan Consultation and Counseling Center; and assistant director of the Center for Religion and Psychiatry, Washington, DC. Sofield has worked as a speaker and consultant in more than three hundred dioceses on six continents and served on the faculty of or lectured at many colleges and universities in the United States and abroad. Sofield is senior editor of Human Development magazine, has published numerous articles on ministry, and is coauthor of several books.
Carroll Juliano, SHCJ, is a member of the Leadership Team of the American Province of the Sisters of the Holy Child Jesus. Juliano is an award-winning author and conducts workshops throughout the world. She served as an advisor and consultant to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on Women in Society and in the Church. She is the coauthor with Brother Loughlan Sofield, S.T., of several leading books on collaborative leadership.
Rosine Hammett, C.S.C., is a member of the Congregation of the Sisters of the Holy Cross at Notre Dame, Indiana. As a therapist, lecturer, communications consultant, and facilitator of personal growth groups, she has worked in North and South America, Asia, Israel, and Africa. She also directs retreats and gives spiritual direction. She has published articles inHuman Development and Sisters Today.