Don Collett is a Clinical Fellow of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, and a Registered Clinical Counselor with the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors. He provides therapeutic services to a broad spectrum of individuals, couples, and families from every walk of life and with various men tal health concerns. He has worked in a wide range of mental health settings including employment centres and First United Church in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver. Currently, he is under con tract to provide therapeutic assistance to employees of Vancouver Coastal Health. As a minister with the United Church of Canada for over 35 year years, he brings his faith and theology to these various contexts when it is appropriate. He conducts workshops on various mental health issues in the community. He is the current President of the BC Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and sits on the Board of the Canadian Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. This is his first book.
This is a book that contains both depth and beauty. Not only does it honour the work and spirit of Northrop Frye, but it provides us with new insights, not only into Frye but the seasons of the Christian year and the Christian life itself. It reflects the profound experience of the authors own life and his life in ministry and invites us to reflect upon our own. It is definitely food for the journey. -- Rev. Christopher White United Church Minister, Author for the United Church Observer -- 20190301