(PRWEB) August 01, 2012
One of the fastest growing careers according to the U.S. Department of Labor, social work can also be one of the most demanding and thankless jobs on the market.
With a 40-year history in the field, Connie Johnson knows the stress and anxiety that can come from such a career. In her latest book, “Spiritual Concepts for a New Age” (published by Balboa Press), Johnson details her revelations, which began during her time working with children and adults who suffered from emotional, behavioral, and/or cognitive issues.
Seeking to address the root of these issues, Johnson’s book covers the topics of:
During her time as a social worker, Johnson counseled at a Neighborhood House for part of the early 1970’s, where she ran recreational groups for children. Shortly after, she transferred to a county system and worked there until she retired. “Spiritual Concepts for a New Age” is Johnson’s guide to understanding the basics of metaphysics, spirituality and energetics in order to achieve a tranquil and spiritually significant life.
For more information on Johnson and her book, visit http://www.seersquest.com.
About the author:
Connie Johnson has had a lifetime career as a social worker, earning her social welfare degree from the University of Minnesota. Through her work with the public, Johnson has had extensive experience working with those who are mentally, emotionally and behaviorally challenged. She currently lives in St. Paul, Minn. with her family.
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