Author: M. Scott Peck
M. Scott Peck was an American psychiatrist and author, best known for his book "The Road Less Traveled." Born on May 22, 1936, in New York City, Peck received his medical degree from the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. Throughout his career, he combined elements of psychiatry and spirituality in his work. In addition to being an author, M. Scott Peck worked as a practicing psychiatrist, contributing to the field of mental health. He believed that true mental and emotional well-being required individuals to confront their own inner struggles and work towards self-improvement. M. Scott Peck passed away on September 25, 2005, leaving behind a legacy of insightful writings that continue to inspire readers seeking personal growth and spiritual enlightenment.