New English Edition:

‘Identity, From Holocaust to Home’

What happens to a child as the offspring carrying the legacy of Nazi Germany? What is growing up in post war Germany like?

In ‘Identity, From Holocaust to Home’, Elke tells the story of her upbringing in Germany and reflects upon her life. The book inspires resilience and determination to pursue the life one wants to create.

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New English Edition:

‘Identity, From Holocaust to Home’

What happens to a child as the offspring carrying the legacy of Nazi Germany? What is growing up in post war Germany like?

In ‘Identity, From Holocaust to Home’, Elke tells the story of her upbringing in Germany and reflects upon her life. The book inspires resilience and determination to pursue the life one wants to create.

buy now on Amazon.com
buy now on Amazon.ca
buy now on Amazon.de

FINALIST FOR

NIEA book awards

National Indie Book Awards

SHORTLISTED FOR

Whistler Book Awards

Whistler Independent Book Awards

About Elke Babicki

Author Elke Babicki

I have been a Registered Clinical Counsellor in private practice for over 25 years. I help people of all ages with guidance and direction in any issues, emotional, stress, anxiety, phobias, relationships, intimacy, careers, financial, health issues, parenting, life changes, grief and loss. I work with individuals, couples and corporations.

There is nothing greater than hearing from my clients that they feel much better in life or that they turned their marriage around. Then I know my mission is fulfilled.

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Elke Babicki is one of Vancouver’s best. Author, Therapist and above all, Inner Healer. Elke grasps the hearts and needs of others with the depth of her attentive listening, her remarkable intuitive gifts, and her palpable concern for others. Elke is a spa for the heart, and in these times, we all need that.

Dr. Stephen Post, Ph.D. Author “Why Good Things Happen to Good People”, Director, Centre for Medical Humanities, Stony Brook University, New York