Karen has written two books on how the principles of Ethical Frames apply in different situations. Even though it’s not a religious book, Persuade, Don’t Preach: Restoring Civility Across the Political Divide, her book on personal applications, has been endorsed by Richard Rohr, noted spirituality teacher:
“This book is a helpful guide to how to understand people in such a way that you can talk to them more productively.”
If you would like to order Persuade, Don’t Preach: Restoring Civility Across the Political Divide, you can find it on Bookshop.org, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple, Tolino, Bibliotheca, Vivlio and Kobo. If you want to order this book in a quantity for a group or organization, you can order books at a discount directly from the publisher by emailing Karen.
Karen (and her book) has been profiled in a feature on Ariana Huffington’s site, Thrive Global and Authority Magazine. She has also been featured in articles on Conflict Resolution Tips on business.com, in an article on self-love, an article on what causes political polarization, an article on how to combat climate change denial, on Five Principles of Psychology you can use to improve your Public Relations and on being a “Karen” in the Newark Star Ledger on how she hopes to help us heal. Also, here's a link to a interview with her on the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting site: (Quaker).
She has also written an article on how this applies to human resources, which appeared in the Nov. 2020 issue of Human Capital Innovations. Also, how to use these ideas to solve an ethical dilemma in UpJourney.