Wilmette Social Worker, Psychologist Write Spirituality Book
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After spending 25 years working with children and families as a clinical psychologist, Wilmette resident Antoinette Saunders felt she no longer had all the answers.
“In my midlife, I became very interested in my own spirituality, and then I began studying it,” Saunders said.
In 1988, Saunders enrolled in the Institute for Spiritual Companionship. She began working to share her experiences exploring feelings of forgiveness, compassion and gratitude with her patients at her home practice, and in 1998 she founded the Northbrook-based Transformations: the Institute for Psychological and Spiritual Development to help others discover ways to be spiritual outside of traditional religions.
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