What Makes Pages to Progress Unique?
- Facilitated by seasoned relationship therapists
- Curriculum tailored to promote personal growth and self-awareness
- Safe and nonjudgmental space for open discussion and sharing
- Engaging reflection activities and exercises to deepen insights
- Connect with a supportive community of growth-oriented individuals
HOW IT WORKS
Practical Structure: Our group meets for 90 minutes to 2 hours every 2-4 weeks, depending on group consensus. Each book is divided into 5 manageable sections, and a reading schedule is provided to help you pace yourself.
Therapeutic Structure: Meetings include 30-40 minutes of open discussion, 30 minutes for guided reflection questions, 30 minutes for a reflection activity, and 20-30 minutes for continued group reflection and sharing.
Flexible Fee: We offer a sliding scale fee of $165 per person, accommodating different financial situations while ensuring the highest quality guidance and support.
Upcoming Book Selections
THE COLUMBO COLLECTION BY WILLIAM LINK
Until researching this article, I had not realized that there were books about Columbo and that he is apparently based off of Porfiry Petrovich, the investigator in Dostoevsky’s Crime & Punishment. While there are several books, this collection was published in 2010 by one of the creators of the character. Watch murderers underestimate Columbo as he teases out the killer in 12 short stories.
THE DEVOTION OF SUSPECT X BY KEIGO
This work is a bit more serious compared to the other books on this list. Hanaoka has started a new life with her daughter Misako, away from her abusive ex-husband. She does not know that her neighbor Ishigami has a crush on Hanaoka. But things go from cute to downright deadly when Hanaoka’s ex-husband shows up at her apartment and Hanaoka ends up killing him in self-defense.
SIX AGAINST THE YARD BY THE DETECTION CLUB
Written in 1937, this book is gold for Golden Age Murder Mystery fans. The Detection Club was founded in 1930 and included mystery luminaries such as Dorothy L. Sawyers, Agatha Christie, Anthony Berkeley etc. The Club had several books published including this one. The tagline on the book is “Who Better To Commit the Perfect Murder Than the World’s Greatest Mystery Writers?”
Ready to Begin Your Journey?
Take the first step towards self-discovery, growth, and connection by joining Pages to Progress today. Click the button below to sign up and secure your spot in our next group.