Many of us know what it is like to live on the edge. Sometimes we feel stuck there, in limbo and in fear of tumbling over. Or, we make desperate decisions that all too often turn out to make things worse. Yet, as Elizabeth Wilde McCormick shows, our fear of the edge and our personal darkness can be transformed into a positive and creative drive for greater inner strength.
Elizabeth Wilde McCormick has been in practice as a psychotherapist for over thirty years in both private and NHS settings. She is also a teacher, trainer and writer. Her background is in social psychiatry, humanistic and transpersonal psychology and cognitive analytic therapy. She has had an interest for many years in the interface between psychotherapy and mindfulness and in the process of change. She is a founder member of The Association for Cognitive Analytic Therapy and the author of a number of books including Living On The Edge, Surviving Breakdown, The Pale Green Room and Your Heart and You.