Urban Pace Series
Urban Pace is the first book of our new series, consisting of three sections: a photo-narrative entitled Snowflakes, short essay responses, and an interview with Dr. Stanley McCracken, a senior professor of Social Work.
Numerous themes have drawn these explorations: diversity, consumerism, identity, relationships, and others. In particular, an alternative viewpoint is presented, that intends for viewers to look beyond the outer shell of life, and to directly touch upon the depth of our inner dimensions, as our own reflections.
Urban Pace provides viewers with moments of discovery, meaning, and reflection within life's uncertainty.
The book can roughly be divided into four sections: Footsteps - a photographic narrative; an individual art response; an interview with Dr. Cathy McNeilly, and reflections by Fr. Michael Njeru.
Hope you enjoy your journey, each step of the way.
In the field of therapy, we often ask: “How do we create a safe or sacred place?”
The intention of Urban Pace: Spaces is to create a meditative space for readers to reflect and find sacredness in the midst of daily life. In our fast-paced society, therapy is often associated with verbal techniques and analysis. However, equally meaningful is the space between the words that allows nature to partake in restoration.
We have divided the book into roughly three sections: art response, the photographic narrative Spaces, and an interview with Jeff Levy, a veteran psychotherapist and co-founder of Live Oak, Inc.