The Road Less Traveled
People of the Lie
What Return Can I Make
The Different Drum
The Friendly Snowflake
A World Waiting To Be Born
Meditations From the Road
Further Along the Road Less Traveled
In Search of Stones
In Heaven As On Earth
The Road Less Traveled and Beyond: Spiritual Growth in an Age of Anxiety
Glimpses of the Devil
Scott was a psychiatrist and bestselling author.
Educated at Harvard (B.A.) and Case Western Reserve (M.D.), Dr. Peck
served in administrative posts in the government during his career as a
psychiatrist, and later in private practice.
For nearly two decades, he has devoted much of his time
and financial resources to the work of the Foundation for Community
Encouragement, a nonprofit organization that he and his wife, Lily,
helped found in 1984. He lives in northwestern Connecticut.
Partial Introduction from The Road Less Traveled
The ideas herein presented stem from the most part, from my day to day
clinical work with patients as they struggle to avoid or to gain even
greater levels of maturity consequently, this book contains portions of
many actual case histories.
Psychotherapy is seldom a brief process, but since I have, of necessity,
focused on the highlights of a case, the reader may be left with the
impression that the process is one of drama and clarity.
I would also like to apologize for continually referring to God in the
traditionally masculine image, but I have done so in the interest of
simplicity rather than from any rigidly held concept as to gender.
Life is difficult. With this first sentence Scott Peck revolutionized
the way we live our lives and it is no less true today than when it was
written 20 years ago.
I have not personally read this book but I have listen to audio tapes
from Further along the Road Less Traveled and I always wanted to go back
and get the audio to listen to The Road Less Traveled.
Further along the Road Less Traveled was a pretty good audio.