Great News!
Anne’s new book Tales of the Klamath River is now out!

Tales of the Klamath River is a memoir Anne wrote about her family who, in 1939, ventured from their safe nest in “Indian Country” in Oklahoma, to “Indian Country” in Northern California to gold mine and live like their ancestors.

Meet Anne

Dr. Anne Wilson Schaef is an internationally known author, speaker, consultant, and seminar leader who has been described as “one of the most important thinkers of our time”, “cutting edge”, “way ahead of her time”, and “having the vision of the eagle”.

Dr. Schaef is the author of sixteen internationally best-selling books including When Society Becomes an Addict; Women’s Reality; Native Wisdom for White Minds; Beyond TherapyBeyond Science and Living in Process.

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Anne Wilson Schaef 1934-2020

We are sad to announce that Anne passed away at her home in Arkansas on January 19th, 2020 at the age of 85.  She had been living with ovarian cancer the past 18 months or so and after going through chemo and surgery never recovered. She worked up until the very end of her life […]

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Tales of the Klamath River

One of Anne’s most recent books is Tales of the Klamath River!  Read about here.

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Now available – a revised edition of Anne’s book, Living in Process.

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Reader Reviews

There Will be a Thousand Years of Peace and Prosperity, and They Will be Ushered in by the Women

One of the most important books to come out in years. Before Schaef took a self-imposed retreat from the system for several years, she was described as one of the most important thinkers of our time. She’s back with even more to say and more powerful than ever.

– Reader review on Amazon

Living in Process

One of the best books I’ve read in eons. Thoughtful, insightful, beautifully written. This books is a Must Read for everyone who wants a richer, more meaningful life.

– Reader review on Amazon

Beyond Therapy, Beyond Science

Recommended for anyone looking for growth and spiritual healing, and who may wonder why current models of helping have not done so. The author challenges what is happening and offers practical alternatives gleaned from her life and those of her clients, while on the path of growth and recovery.

– Reader review on Amazon