Writing and Editing
Tzivia Gover is the author of Learning in Mrs. Towne's House: A Teacher, Her Students, and the Woman Who Inspired Them (Levellers Press), and Mindful Moments for Stressful Days (Storey Books), among others. Her articles and essays have appeared in numerous publications including The New York Times, The Boston Globe, Creative Nonfiction and The Christian Science Monitor. In addition, she has been published in over a dozen anthologies including Literary Nonfiction: Fourth Genre (Prentice Hall), Family: A Celebration (Petersons) and Home Stretch (Alyson). Her poems have appeared in Lilith, The Bark and The Berkshire Review, among others. Gover received her MFA in creative nonfiction from Columbia University.
Tzivia has been a teacher and workshop leader for over 15 years. She designs workshops and classes for the needs of business, community and educational groups. She has designed and led workshops for Esalen Institute, Smith College, Holyoke Community College, University of Massachusetts, The American Cancer Society (Holyoke, MA chapter), and various Massachusetts Department of Education funded literacy programs, among many others.
Tzivia has led Mindful Moments classes and workshops at conferences, universities, workplaces and retreats around the country.
Tzivia Gover is a Certified Dream Therapist and a member of the International Association for the Study of Dreams. A workshop leader for over a decade, she uses dreamwork with individuals and groups to help people realize their full potential, access creativity and promote physical, emotional and spiritual health and development. Gover teaches that by honoring and reflecting on their dreams, people can integrate and harmonize disparate aspects of consciousness, thereby improving feelings of peace and well-being.
Tzivia is a certified Proprioceptive Writing instructor.
Memoir, Biography, Creative Nonfiction