Since the publication of The Drama of the Gifted Child in 1981, Alice Miller has achieved worldwide recognition for her work on the causes and effects of child abuse, on violence toward children and its cost to society. Now, in The Untouched Key, she explores the clues, often overlooked in biography, that connect childhood traumas to adult creativity and destructiveness. 19 drawings.
About the Author
Alice Miller proudly presents the seventh novel of the SILVER HAWK WARRIOR SERIES, SILVER HAWK A Warrior's Respect. She lives at the foothills of the Laurel Highlands Mountains in Pennsylvania, U.S.A. She is of Shawnee, Ojibwe, Swiss and Swedish heritage. She is an advocate for Native American rights and a traditional dancer at Powwows. She loves to travel. In the past, she worked in a juvenile detention center for 14 years and also in various group homes, helping youth at risk for drug, alcohol, legal and family problems. Her passion is writing but she also loves music, art, theater and dance. She is currently working at a Holiday Inn Express hotel where she loves meeting new people.
In 2005 Donald Miller started"The Mentoring Project, " an organization that helps churches start mentoring programs and pairs mentors with boys in need. Don's work with the fatherless led the Obama administration to invite him onto the president's task force on fatherlessness and mentoring. Donald is the director of "The Burnside Writers Collective", an online magazine. He is a frequent speaker, appearing at events such as the Women of Faith Conference, The Democratic National Convention, and Harvard University. He still lives in Portland, Oregon with his dog Lucy