Sky above Clouds: Finding Our Way through Creativity, Aging, and Illness

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Sky Above Clouds

FINDING OUR WAY THROUGH CREATIVITY,
AGING, AND ILLNESS

BY
WENDY L. MILLER, PHD,
and
GENE D. COHEN, MD, PHD
with
TERESA H. BARKER

Oxford University Press

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  • Advance Praise for Sky above Clouds i
  • Sky above Clouds v
  • Contents xi
  • Foreword xiii
  • Preface xvii
  • A Note to the Reader xxi
  • Introduction xxiii
  • Part One- Discovery 1
  • 1- Heartsong 3
  • 2- Strategies, Tactics, and Counting 15
  • 3- The Family Body 35
  • Part Two- Parallel Universes of Time Andspace 49
  • 4- The Crucible of Time 51
  • 5- Uncharted Territory 65
  • 6- Portrait of Healing 83
  • Part Three- New Landscapes 97
  • 7- Creative Detective 99
  • 8- Coals and Diamonds - The Brooke Astor Case 117
  • 9- Mirror Mirror 133
  • Part Four- Embracing Uncertainty 147
  • 10- Illness as Partner - Intimacy, Vulnerability, Love, and Anger 149
  • 11- Grand Rounds - Listening and Hearing as Healing Resources of Creativity 165
  • 12- Elements of Style for Doctor/Patient Communication 187
  • Part Five- Congruence 205
  • 13- Heartsong Tothe Inexplicable - A Calendar of Days 207
  • 14- Eating Fried Eggs 227
  • 15- The Phoenix and the Fairy 233
  • Part Six- Epilogue 241
  • Epilogue 243
  • A Note Onthe Future Ofthe Arts in Healthcare 245
  • Personal Acknowledgments 249
  • Professional Acknowledgments 255
  • Appendix 259
  • Gene D. Cohen Bibliography 274
  • Notes 283
  • Further References 297
  • About the Authors 303
  • Index 307
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