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Creating Healing Relationships

Author : Dorothea Hover-Kramer
ISBN : 9781604150803
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Healing work isn't just about what happens in the therapy room, but also about how practitioners communicate with integrity and act in their professional and personal relationships. While gifted healers are being trained in hundreds of modalities worldwide, few genuinely professional organizations exist and, in most cases, standards of relational ethics have yet to be codified. In the best of cases, well-meaning practitioners are thereby limited in their work to provide optimal service--and, in the worst cases, they are left vulnerable to potential legal repercussions and relational liabilities. Creating Healing Relationships is the first book to seriously address the need for professional standards in the rapidly growing field of energy healing and to demonstrate how the ethic of human caring can be translated into professional standards for safe and successful energy therapy practice.

Healing Relationships A Preaching Model

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ISBN : 082721474X
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Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy With Trauma Survivors

Author : Susan M. Johnson
ISBN : 1593851650
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 41. 54 MB
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This book provides a theoretical framework and an innovative model of intervention for distressed couples whose relationships are affected by the echoes of trauma. Combining attachment theory, trauma research, and emotionally focused therapeutic techniques, Susan M. Johnson guides the clinician in modifying the interactional patterns that maintain traumatic stress and fostering positive, healing relationships among survivors and their partners. In-depth case material brings to life the process of assessment and treatment with couples coping with the impact of different kinds of trauma, including childhood abuse, serious illness, and combat experiences. The concluding chapter features valuable advice on therapist self-care.

In Their Own Words Stories Of Healing Practices For The Church

Author : Jason Link
ISBN : 9781105792021
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Light Emerging

Author : Barbara Ann Brennan
ISBN : 9780307789426
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 87. 43 MB
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Barbara Ann Brennan continues her ground-breaking exploration of the human energy field, or aura—the source of our experience of health or illness. Drawing on many new developments in her teaching and practice, she shows how we can be empowered as both patients and healers to understand and work with our most fundamental healing power: the light that emerges from the very center of our humanity. In a unique approach that encourages a cooperative effort among healer, patient, and other health-care providers, Light Emerging explains what the healer perceives visually, audibly, and kinesthetically and how each of us can participate in every stage of the healing process. Presenting a fascinating range of research, from a paradigm of healing based on the science of holography to insights into the "hara level" and the "core star," Light Emerging is at the leading edge of healing practice in our time.

Making The Best Of A Dysfunctional Relationship

Author : Sarah M. Shaw
ISBN : 9781630223137
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 71. 17 MB
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Dysfunctional relationships occur all the time and it does take a bit of work to get things back on track. "Making The Best Of A Dysfunctional Relationship" is a book that can help people that are seeking a viable solution to their relationship woes and to find the most amicable solution to their problems. The author starts out by defining what a dysfunctional relationship is before going into the various solutions that can be used to fix the problem. Of course the situations that cannot be fixed are also highlighted. Having a healthy relationship is extremely difficult and takes a lot of commitment on the part of both persons. It also takes a lot of understanding and compromise. Lack of this, among other things can lead to a dysfunction in the relationship. By bearing these things in mind and having an open mind to receive constructive criticism, the relationship can be a healthy and long lasting one. About the Author: Sarah M. Shaw knows what it takes to have a healthy relationship as she grew up in a household where her she saw her parents working hard to maintain their relationship. The great thing is that they did not allow their problems to affect any of their children negatively. If they were caught arguing, they would sit the children down and explained that persons would disagree from time to time but that the skill was getting things sorted out in an amicable fashion. She carried this into her adult life and found that she had quite a bit of success when she applied the same principles to her own relationships. Some worked better than others and she finally found her true match in her husband Phil, to whom she has been happily married for over ten years. Her ultimate goal is to get everyone to be as happy as she is and so she chose to write a book to help those with dysfunctional relationships to work their problems out.

Creating Sanctuary

Author : Sandra L Bloom
ISBN : 9781136739590
Genre : Psychology
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Creating Sanctuary is a description of a hospital-based program to treat adults who had been abused as children and the revolutionary knowledge about trauma and adversity that the program was based upon. This book focuses on the biological, psychological, and social aspects of trauma. Fifteen years later, Dr. Sandra Bloom has updated this classic work to include the groundbreaking Adverse Childhood Experiences Study that came out in 1998, information about Epigenetics, and new material about what we know about the brain and violence. This book is for courses in counseling, social work, and clinical psychology on mental health, trauma, and trauma theory.

The Healing Manager

Author : William Lundin
ISBN : 1881052133
Genre : Business & Economics
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This is the first book to squarely face the tough emotional and relationship issues in the workplace - anger, fear, distrust, conflict, resentment - and to provide practical and proven methods for creating more productive work environments. The authors show how well-being is the real secret to productivity, quality and service, and draw on counseling techniques, improvisational theatre, and common wisdom to offer practical tools to help all managers change their workplace behaviours.

The Infinite Thread

Author : Alexandra Kennedy
ISBN : 9781451643664
Genre : Self-Help
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The loss we feel when a loved one dies is profound, often accompanied by regret for all that we didn’t say or do. Such regret can hinder emotional growth and create wounds that affect all other aspects of our lives. But loss doesn’t necessarily mean the end of a connection with a loved one. In fact, it can open the doors to a unique relationship that offers intimacy, healing, and renewal. In The Infinite Thread, author Alexandra Kennedy helps us deal with loss in a powerful new way: by using active imagination, letters, and inner dialogue to re-create and heal past relationships. In doing so, we also amend the often-strained ties with those still living. The Infinite Thread strips away the veils of mystery surrounding death and transcends preconceptions about death and dying. Rich with opportunities for reflection, it brings enormous comfort to anyone who has ever lost a loved one or been faced with their own mortality.

Relationship Based Care

Author : Mary Koloroutis
ISBN : 9781886624658
Genre : Medical
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The result of Creative Health Care Management's 25 years experience in health care, this book provides health care leaders with basic concepts for transforming their care delivery system into one that is patient and family centered and built on the power of relationships. Relationship-Based Care provides a practical framework for addressing current challenges and is intended to benefit health care organizations in which commitment to care and service to patients is strong and focused. It will also prove useful in organizations searching for solutions to complex struggles with patient, staff and physician dissatisfaction; difficulty recruiting and retaining and developing talented staff members; conflicted work relationships and related quality issues. Now in it's 16th printing, Relationship-Based Care has sold over 65,000 copies world-wide. It is the winner of the American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Award.

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