Christina A. Kemp grew up in the Pacific Northwest, and lives on Bainbridge Island. She has a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, and is a writer and teacher who has taught in the field of psychology. She has a small, private practice and teaches dance to children. Across the Distance is her first book. Learn more about Christina at her website.
Kemp explores the nature of emotional distance and learning to love in an intimate collection of short memoirs in Across the Distance. Highly Recommended!" ~ Chanticleer Reviews
5 Stars! BEST BOOK by Chanticleer Reviews
"Across the Distance reads like a series of love letters to the self: poignant, touching, and compelling in what is offered in between the lines, as much as in the written word. It works within the reader as a slow blossoming that happens when one begins to understand the whispers of the soul. Depth psychology-soul-centered psychology-focuses on the study of the unconscious: what lies beneath the surface of things in the invisible world. In this book, Kemp gives voice to what is often unspoken, but deeply felt in everyday life. Through a series of beautifully nuanced and archetypal motifs and vignettes, the reader is tenderly directed toward the center of herself and invited to explore the inner landscapes of love and loss in order make space for the unimaginable beauty of what is already here." ~ Bonnie Bright, Ph.D., Founder of Depth Insights, Depth Psychology Alliance, and the Institute for Soul-Centered Psychology and Coaching