Eric Maisel is widely regarded as America’s foremost creativity coach. He has been counseling and coaching clients for more than twenty-five years and his 40+ books, among them Coaching the Artist Within, Making Your Creative Mark, Creativity for Life, and The Van Gogh Blues, have helped hundreds of thousands of creative and performing artists live healthier, more productive, and more creative lives.
His creativity coaching trainings have provided nearly a thousand artists, coaches, and therapists with the opportunity to learn the principles and practices of creativity coaching. Dr. Maisel provides workshops in San Francisco, New York, London, Paris, Berlin, Prague and Rome and other locations worldwide, presents at venues as diverse as the Paris Writers Workshop, the Savannah College of Arts and Crafts, and the American Conservatory Theater, delivers workshops at workshop centers like Esalen, Kripalu, Omega, Hollyhock and Rowe, and writes the Rethinking Psychology blog for Psychology Today, a weekly column for Fine Arts America, and a monthly print column for Professional Artist Magazine.
Dr. Maisel’s books have been translated into Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Spanish, French, German, Dutch, Italian, Czech, Turkish and other languages and he has done hundreds of radio, television and print interviews. He trains creativity coaches and natural psychology specialists and maintains an extensive individual creativity coaching practice.
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6 Atheist Tales
Eric Maisel is the author of The Atheist’s Way and 40 other books and the developer of natural psychology. These six atheist teaching tales, similar to Sufi teaching tales and Biblical teaching tales, convey important natural psychology lessons in story form. Included in this anthology: On Tuesday You Can Walk On Water, Job Interview, Pander Bear, Foursome, War Hero, and The Missing Link.
Murder in Berlin
Thomas Hill is sent to Berlin to investigate the murder of Michael Silverstein, poisoned at the Pankow Grand Hotel. Exciting and fast-paced, Murder in Berlin is a superior psychological thriller that explores the worlds of contemporary German art, neo-Nazis, entangled Jewish-Gentile relationships and the ancient hatreds alive today in the dark alleys and genteel living rooms of modern Berlin.
A young, beautiful painter arrives in Manhattan to make a name for herself. This behind-the-scenes look at rivalry, revenge, and the creation of masterpieces is a must-read for anyone with a taste for the making of art--and for anyone keen on a modern love story set against the backdrop of the arch at Washington Square.
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