Publications

Desperately Seeking Self

Second Edition was published by
Turner Publishing in the US.


Desperately Seeking Self

First Edition was published in 1997.

This little book is a powerful reminder that your true nature is the most precious resource that you have to help yourself. Presented in the unique form of a dialogue between a therapist and a client, it encourages self-reflection and the daily practice of inner silence as powerful ways to nurture this true self and your full healing capacity. Tenets of psychology, philosophy, and spirituality are subtly woven into easily understood messages of hope and change.
Available as paperback and Kindle.


Where Have I Been All My Life

Where Have I Been All My Life?

A surprising collaboration unfolds in “Where Have I Been All My Life?”, taking you on a journey of the spirit and soul.

An accompanying workbook guides your own
self-discovery.

Available as paperback and Kindle.
To place an order, email us at

WillowPress@violafodor.com


Life Process Transformation™ Workbook

The LPT™ Workbook serves as a guide to the process of
self-discovery and personal transformation. It is used by all participants in the LPT™ program. Also available to past participants.

204 pages

Order through your LPT™ Facilitator or
The Wellness Centre Inc


Transformation du Processus de Vie classeur

Le cahier TPV MC est un guide d’accompagnement dans le processus de la découverte de soi et la transformation personnelle. Il est utilisé par tous les participants au programme TPVMC. Aussi offert aux anciens participants.

204 pages

Pour commander : votre intervenant LPT™/TPVMC ou info@violafodor.com




Editorial Reviews

Desperately Seeking Self is a gift to all who wish to begin the journey
out of despair into wellness. Tenets of psychology, philosophy, and
spirituality are subtly woven into an insightful, sensitive message.

Edith A. Birch, Nutritionist, Counsellor, Newmarket, ON

An incredible insight into the human struggle while at the same
time offering strategies for a new way of life.

Mike Lavelle, Director of Residence & Lecturer of Religious Studies,
University of Toronto at Mississauga, Mississauga, Ontario