Honor thy Daughter: A Family’s Search for Hope and Healing


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    First Edition.

    23cm x 15cm. viii, 208 pages. Illustrated wrappers.

    “This is an intimate true story by Marilyn Howell, Ed.D., about her family’s search for physical, emotional, and spiritual healing as her daughter struggles with terminal cancer. The family’s journey takes them through the darkest corners of corporate medicine, the jungles of Brazil, the pallid hallways of countless hospitals, and ultimately into the hands of an anonymous therapist who offers the family hope and healing through MDMA-assisted psychotherapy. The story was originally featured in a 2006 Boston Globe article entitled “A Good Death” in which Howell’s identity was concealed. With psychedelic medicine increasingly a part of the mainstream vocabulary, in this poignant new book Howell comes out of the closet and shares with us how psychedelic therapy helped heal the bonds ripped apart by illness.” (publisher’s blurb)

    . New Book.

    $28.95 AUD

    14 in stock