Her essays, articles and short stories have appeared in Kveller.com, 34th Parallel, The Tishman Review, Connecticut LIFE, ASJA Monthly, Complete Wellbeing Magazine, Connecticut Authors and Publishers Magazine, The Southampton Review, American Writers Review and other publications.
Kristina E. Schellinski, M.A., is the author of Individuation for Adult Replacement Children, Ways of Coming into Being (Routledge, 2019). She is Supervisor/Teaching Analyst in private practice, Geneva, and with the C. G. Jung Institute, Küsnacht.
Rita J. Battat is the co-author of the Independent Publishers Award winning book, “Replacement Children: The Unconscious Script” which delves into The similarities of thoughts, feelings and challenges for individuals whose family is suffering after the loss of a child or pregnancy, is living with a sibling facing difficult challenges, loss of a twin or is adopted.
Rita holds a BA in Psychology from Texas Wesleyan University and is a life coach and talent manager. As an adult replacement child herself, the inspiration for this book was born of personal experience.