|Product Name||Awakening The Creative Spirit: Bringing The Arts To Spiritual Direction (Spiritual Directors International Books)|
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|Author||Christine Valters Paintner, Betsey Beckman|
|Long Description||The new resource is designed to help spiritual directors and others use expressive arts in the context of spiritual direction. It is the latest book in the unique SDI series, designed for professional spiritual directors, but also useful for clergy, therapists, and Christian formation specialists.|
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