©7-26-2014 by Donna Cunningham, MSW
Today’s New Moon conjunct Jupiter in Leo seems like a great day to announce the release of the new, expanded edition of my classic ebook, Counseling Principles for Astrologers: Becoming an Effective Change Agent.
It draws on my decades of practice as an astrologer and social worker, and is full of tips for professional astrologers and those who want to turn professional. It shows how to focus the session on clients’ concerns, explain the chart in plain English, and boost clients’ problem-solving skills.
Chapters include effective interviewing, vocational astrology, crisis counseling, relationship issues, and doing children’s charts. This ebook has regularly been used as a text for online astrology classes at Kepler College .
Here’s what’s new about the 2014 edition : 74 pages of added material, including these new chapters:
- BUILDING YOUR ASTROLOGY PRACTICE
- FINDING RESOURCES FOR YOUR CLIENTS
- DEALING WITH STICKY SITUATIONS THAT COME UP IN SESSIONS
- ANSWERING QUESTIONS NEWBIE CLIENTS ASK
- FLOWER REMEDIES AS AN ADDITION TO YOUR PRACTICE
This ebook is $15 Download a sampler here: Sampler–2014 Counseling Principles for Astrologers.
and order here: moonmavenpublications.com
Here are three of my other ebooks that practicing astrologers have found especially helpful:
The Outer Planets and Inner Life, V.1: The Outer Planets as Vocational Indicators. (Newly-released 2014 edition) If your chart has Uranus, Neptune or Pluto—or the signs they rule (Scorpio, Aquarius, or Pisces in the career houses (2nd, 6th, or 10th), this book can give you helpful insights. There’s an otherworldly element when the outer planets are career markers, a sense of serving a greater purpose in human history. Each chapter explores one of these planets in depth. See a sample of the contents here: Sampler–2015 OPIL1
The Outer Planets and Inner Life, v.2: Outer Planet Aspects to Venus and Mars. (Newly-released 2014 edition) Learn about the love lives of people who have the outer planets woven in with the primary relationship planets, Venus and Mars, or in the relationship houses—the 7th, 8th, and 5th. We’ll identify persistent relationship patterns for each outer planet influence. Explore the ways people with these chart factors try to satisfy their need for intimacy while still fulfilling an equally strong urge to participate in the evolution of our world. See a sample of the contents here: Sampler–2015 OPIL2.
The Outer Planets and Inner Life, v.3: Aspects between the Outer Planets. (Newly-released 2014 edition) Some of the most eventful and memorable historical eras happen when two or more of the outermost planets—Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, or Pluto—form aspects to one another. The book includes chapters on people born with the Pluto-Uranus conjunction, those with Pluto and Saturn in aspect, those with Uranus and Saturn in aspect, those with Neptune and Saturn in aspect, and those with Uranus and Neptune in aspect. We’ll look at distinct 20th Century eras like the 1960s, the astrological patterns of that time, and the life-long impact of these combinations on people born with them strongly featured in their charts. Download a sampler here: Sampler–2015 OPIL3.
Review Copies of books listed on this page are available: Astrology Bloggers and Newsletter editors: Ask me for a review copy and send a link to your site here: firstname.lastname@example.org.