A Pathway to Freedom

Please join us for the PREMIER showing of "A Pathway to Freedom," a Russian Documentary regarding the work of Marilyn Murray and Project Restoration Russia Sponsored by Health Restoration International, Ltd.

We also will be celebrating the release of her new book,  "The Murray Method ... Creating Wholeness Beyond Trauma, Abuse, Neglect and Addictions”

Friday, May 4, 2012,  Program 7:15 p.m., Doors open at 7:00 p.m.
Legacy Gallery, Second Floor Salon
7178 Main Street (NW corner at Scottsdale Road)
Scottsdale, Arizona
Evening Highlights

We will also hear from our special guests as they share their experiences regarding The Murray Method, the filming of the documentary, and the book publication:
  • Andrei Nigai, Documentary Producer
  • Natalia Nigai, Ph.D., Director, Murray Method International Center, Moscow
  • Roman Popov, Director, Pastoral Care, Health Restoration International, Ltd.
  • Roy Carlisle, Editor
Copies of "The Murray Method ... Creating Wholeness Beyond Trauma, Abuse, Neglect and Addictions” may be obtained during our reception and at Amazon.com after May 4.  See a sample brochure.
Back Cover of book:

I recommend this book for anyone desiring to be a healthy, balanced person regardless of their background or present situation. I have known Marilyn Murray since 1982 and have found her to be a master at providing practical, easy to understand and useful tools for effective therapy and personal growth. No one gets more deeply in appropriate and healing ways into a person's life than Marilyn - she is rare in her ability to be clinician, theorist, and teacher/trainer.
Ralph Earle, M. Div., Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist, Minister, Author; Past President, American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy

Moscow State University of Psychology and Education expresses its deep gratitude to Professor Marilyn Murray for the series of trainings she has conducted for our university in Russia and for her altruistic and highly professional help. The knowledge and skills that our psychologists acquired during these trainings is being successfully used in their personal lives as well as in their professional work with adults, children and families.
Uriy Zabordin, Ph.D.
Vice Rector, Scientific Research Division
Moscow State University of Psychology and Education

Marilyn Murray’s methods are understandable, memorable and transferable - that is why it is popular — it is effective — and it is effective over a long period of time. I have known and worked with Marilyn for twenty-seven years and have witnessed her phenomenal track record working in the field of trauma and addictions. She has made an enormous impact on professionals and clients here in the United States and in Russia.
Greg Crow, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist, Author

As a victim of a terrorist attack as a child, I felt as though I had waited all my life for someone like Marilyn to come and help me work through this horrific trauma. When I finally had the opportunity to attend Marilyn’s classes, I gained a long-desired healing at a very deep level. As I worked on my own issues, I also acquired many new instruments which I now regularly use with great effectiveness with my clients and students.
Victoria Bartsalkina, Ph.D.
Psychologist; Professor, Counseling Psychology
Moscow State University of Psychology and Education
Marilyn has been asked to write a weekly column entitled "Time to Live" for The Moscow Times, Russia's only daily English language newspaper. Please follow her column as she shares insights from her ten years of working with over
2,000 students in the former Soviet Union. 

Soviet survivors to tell their tales of healing, The Arizona Republic, Nov. 6, 2006, Page B12

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