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Love Happier: The Art & Practice of Relationship

Magali Peysha

With the right map, it only takes one person to change a relationship for the better. Your love life can be transformed in as little as ten minutes a day by adding new powerful patterns. This simple, direct approach will activate the lover inside you. Discover how much happier you can be.

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The Enemy Within

Robert W. Firestone

The Enemy Within: Separation Theory and Voice Therapy is a compendium of the life work of theorist and clinical psychologist, Robert Firestone. An in-depth exploration of the author’s latest findings, the books brings to light his holistic approach to understanding human behavior, relationships, and crucial socio-political issues.

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The Habit of a Happy Life: 30 Days to a Positive Addiction

Jeffrey K. Zeig, PhD and Joan Neehall, PhD

Offering an entirely new fundamental model of hypnosis from an Ericksonian perspective, this book is valuable to the beginning and intermediate practitioner who wants to add hypnotherapy into clinical practice. It provides a comprehensive genealogy (an Ericksonian family tree), testimony to Dr. Erickson’s significant influence; deconstructs the key concepts of hypnosis; presents real-life cases, dispels myths; and demystifies the process of eliciting trance.

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From Real Life To Cyberspace: Helping Our Young Clients Develop a Strong Inner Selfie

Tobi B. Goldfus

Tobi Goldfus tackles a challenging topic — how to reach young people who have embraced the digital age and help them develop a strong inner “selfie.” She begins with an excellent assessment tool (the Social Media Assessment Form) to evaluate the impact of the digital world on an individual client. The major pathway of this book involves using this information to help her young clients develop a strong, resourceful, core self.

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Continuing the Experiential Approach of Carl Whitaker

David Keith

Carl Whitaker was one of the most influential family therapists of the 20th century. He had his loyal following, including David Keith. He also had critics, such as one therapist who shortly after Whitaker’s death in 1995 called him a Crazyman. Not far from the truth Keith would say, though he defines Crazyman this way: a full-fledged human being: thoughtful, imaginative, down-to-earth, curious, spiritual, smart, playful, inconsistent, tough, tender, ironic, supportive, rebellious, self deprecating, loving, and generous.

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Unwrapped: Integrative Therapy with Gay Men… The Gift of Presence

Rick Miller

Empathetic, touching, and at times humorous, Rick Miller’s Unwrapped is both timely and unique in that the author’s own history echoes the universal history of many gay men. And from this perspective, Miller gently but boldly addresses the challenges and issues gay men face – and how therapists can rise to the occasion, healing not only the their clients, but evolving and changing themselves, becoming more in tune and more able to work with this minority.

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The Problem of Evil

Eric Greenleaf

For individuals, evil may exist in the form of enacted imagery, as with sexual sadists; of the misuse of trance, as seen in the negative voices that remind, direct, and afflict us; and of the betrayal of relationship and trust. This book is organized around cases dealing with the resolution of the consequences of evil.

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William Glasser: Champion of Choice

Jim Roy

William Glasser did not just have a profession, he had a mission—to empower people through choice, free will, and self-determination. He envisioned a better world, and the weighty issues he tackled reflected that—the definition, diagnosis, and treatment of mental illness; the explosion of psychotropic drugs; addiction and self-medication; failing marriages and the high divorce rate; disconnected families; crime and crowded prisons; underachieving students and marginal schools; and worldwide political oppression and violence.

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The Disorderly Soul: Aligning with the Movement of Love

Jan Crawford

In this new work, Jan Crawford first pays homage to her teacher and mentor, Bert Hellinger and to Hellinger facilitators, including Suzi Tucker and her Guided Learning in New York City. Like many who feel disconnected with their families, Crawford examines her own family history before she attempts to understand, forgive and reconcile. Crawford comes full circle in her relationships with her family and that constellation work itself involves stepping into a circle to heal one’s life.

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Creative Therapeutic Technique: Skills for the Art of Bringing Forth Change

Hillary and Bradford Keeney

Performance. This is where it starts. The Keeney’s heretical perspective holds that professionals can fill up on theory — indeed, on many theories — at the expense of developing the performance skills that are the foundation of effective therapy. They argue that creative performance technique, rather than theory, is primary. Thus this new book is appropriate for any practitioner no matter what school of therapy they belong to.

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Circular Therapeutics: Giving Therapy a Healing Heart

Hillary and Bradford Keeney

In Circular Therapeutics, Hillary Keeney encourages therapists to let go and free themselves from the “imprisonment of any and all models of therapy” and instead become wisdom-based practitioners with healing hearts. Through circular therapeutics, utilization, and improvisation, the Keeneys demonstrate how diverse wisdom traditions can positively impact clinical practice and help revitalize the therapeutic process. Although written to influence behavioral health professionals, Circular Therapeutics is entertaining, refreshing and readable and appeals to a wide audience including those who have an interest in traditional healing and cybernetics.

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Using Hypnosis in Family Therapy

Michele Ritterman

From Contemporary Psychology: Ritterman’s book is an important contribution to both family therapy and clinical hypnosis. Indeed, this is the first book to be devoted to family hypnotherapy. All students of family therapy will benefit greatly from this book, regardless of the general therapeutic model they use. They will realize, with surprise, perhaps, that the hypnotic techniques proposed by Ritterman can be incorporated into their own family therapy model, enriching it and making it more effective. Family therapists owe it to themselves to read this volume.

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When One Hour is All You Have

Arnold Slive and Monte Bobele

Responding to community demands for accessibility to mental health services, walk-in therapy enables clients to meet with a mental health professional at their moment of choosing. Differing approaches to meet this mandate, as described in When One Hour Is All You Have, share commonalities: There is no red tape, no triage, no intake process, no waiting list, and no wait. There is no formal assessment, no formal diagnostic process, just one hour of therapy focused on clients’ stated wants. The book’s authors and contributors also detail how walk-in therapy is highly rewarding to the professionals who deliver it.

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