Don Carroll, Author
Don Carroll

Don Carroll, AuthorDon Carroll is an author and spiritual director. His writing includes non-fiction, fiction, and contemplative work. These vastly different genres are connected by an underlying theme of the importance of accessing our spiritual nature in our human journey. Don's novels include: The Consciousness Trilogy. This epic, three-novel series unfolds an exciting mystery in each volume. In Hacking Toward Consciousness, the theme is about an individual spiritual journey. In The End of Democracy, it is about the country's spiritual journey to break out of a dualistic box, and The Armageddon Choice is about the spiritual journey of the planet. Don is also the author of A Lawyer's Guide to Healing, available through Hazelden and Amazon. The Connect interactive meditation journal is available through Amazon and Don completed his spiritual direction training at Sursum Corda. Don attends the Davidson Friends Meeting and participates in the spiritual formation program of DavidsonUnited Methodist Church. He is a member of the Wesleyan Contemplative Order. He leads workshops using the Enneagram as a tool for spiritual transformation and as a tool for deepening spiritual transformation in 12 Step recovery. He is the author of The 9 and 12 Workbook, Renewing your Recovery, Re-claiming your Life,. From 1994 to 2011 Don served as Director of the North Carolina Lawyer Assistance Program. This program provides assistance, evaluation, and referral to North Carolina lawyers and judges suffering from emotional distress, depression, addiction and other disorders that might impair their ability to practice. Don is a certi?ed Professional Coach and a certi?ed Strozzi Institute Somatic Coach. Don received his undergraduate degree from Davidson College. He has a Masters of Philosophy from the University of Dundee in Scotland and he received his law degree with honors from the University of Virginia. He holds a MFA in writing from Vermont College. In November 2011, Governor Bev Perdue conferred on him membership in the Order of the Long Leaf Pine for outstanding service to the citizens of North Carolina.

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