Anita Barrows, PhD, releases new book The Language of Birds

Anita Barrows, PhD, long-time Wright Institute Clinical Psychology Program Faculty member, has just had her newest novel released, The Language of Birds. A story based in part on Dr. Barrows' work with a child many years ago, The Language of Birds is about coming to understand what seems unfamiliar and indecipherable, and of finding authentic ways to be with the people that you love.

Advance Praise for The Language of Birds:

"This novel contains passages so deep that they will literally take your breath away, and you will think: You must remember these words forever."
– Jeffrey Masson, New York Times best-selling author of Dogs Never Lie About Love

Through the profound empathy of this writer, we are… granted an intimate window into the subtle art of saving and being saved. What a deeply human and hopeful story.
–Elizabeth Rosner, poet essayist, and author of The Speed of Light and Survivor Cafe: The Legacy of Trauma and the Labyrinth of Memory

The Language of Birds it is available in the East Bay at Pegasus Books and Mrs. Dalloway's bookstores, and nationally on and Amazon.

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