Andrew Bienkowski

Agent:  Isobel Dixon

Biography: In 1940, aged six, Andrew Bienkowski was banished with his family from Poland to Siberia. The family were evacuated to Iran, then moved via Palestine to England and to the US, where Andrew joined the air force, before training as a psychologist. He has spent more than 40 years as a clinical therapist. Retired in upstate New York, he still has a small clinical practice and teaches courses.

He is co-author of ONE LIFE TO GIVE: A Path to Finding Yourself by Helping Others with Mary Akers.

Visit the ONE LIFE TO GIVE website here

 

 

ONE LIFE TO GIVE Memoir, 254 pages The Experiment - January 1, 2010 Andrew Bienkowski was six when his family were exiled to Siberia in 1940. Warmed by the beautiful landscape and the kindness of strangers, Andrew's harrowing but magical childhood experiences had a profound effect on his life. "A profound and riveting experience." -- Stephan Rechtschaffen, MD

ONE LIFE TO GIVE

Memoir, 254 pages
The Experiment - January 1, 2010

Andrew Bienkowski was six when his family were exiled to Siberia in 1940. Warmed by the beautiful landscape and the kindness of strangers, Andrew's harrowing but magical childhood experiences had a profound effect on his life.

"A profound and riveting experience." -- Stephan Rechtschaffen, MD

THE GREATEST GIFT Non-Fiction (Memoir) 254 pages Simon & Schuster - March 2009

THE GREATEST GIFT

Non-Fiction (Memoir) 254 pages
Simon & Schuster - March 2009

RADICAL GRATITUDE Memoir, 254 pages Allen & Unwin (Australia) - January 2008

RADICAL GRATITUDE

Memoir, 254 pages
Allen & Unwin (Australia) - January 2008