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When Therapy Isn T Enough

Author : Mary Detweiler
ISBN : 9781617399374
Genre : Religion
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Have you invested time and money in counseling or therapy and still have this nagging feeling that something isn't quite right? Do you have an emptiness inside that never seems to be filled no matter what you do? Do you have hurt and fear that continues to linger no matter how many issues have been resolved? If so, toxic shame may be getting in the way. When Therapy Isn't Enough describes the journey that transformed Mary Detweiler's toxic shame into a sense of purpose and passion. As her shame developed it became toxic and harmfulâ€'affecting every area of her life in a negative way. When her pain began to outweigh her fear, she learned to access God's love. As she grew in Christ her toxic shame was healed. She now rests in the peace and joy of God. This same path is available to all who seek it. If you feel like there is something missing in your life, you too can follow this path to inner healing and peace.

When Therapy Isn T Enough

Author : Jacqueline Rosario Quinones
ISBN : 9781617399138
Genre : Poetry
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Have you ever felt as though you just can't take any more? Do you often wonder, Why me? Are you looking for spiritual inspiration? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you need When Therapy Isn't Enough. This quicker-picker-upper inspirational poetry book is written for such a time as now. In an economic turmoil, everyone could use a sprinkle of strength, hope, and coura≥ a reawakening to your dreams, gifts, and love with the giver of unconditional love: God. This collection of poems illustrates some of the most common inner struggles that occur at different stages of our lives when dealing with feelings caused by depression, loss, sickness, passion, victory, stress, friendship, and a host of other situations. When Therapy Isn't Enough sincerely mirrors God's faithfulness through all, always willing to bless, deliver, and fulfill his promises within you. Jacqueline Rosario Qui ones views poetry as a unique style of writing that adequately expresses her deepest thoughts, emotions, and passions. Her poems are a manifestation of her inner rhythm. Travel this road that leads to strength, courage, and optimism When Therapy Isn't Enough.

When Chicken Soup Isn T Enough

Author : Suzanne Gordon
ISBN : 9780801448942
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In this collection of first-person narratives, we meet RNs working at the bedside, providing home care, managing hospital departments, teaching and doing research, lobbying for quality patient care, and campaigning for health care reform.

Treating Traumatic Bereavement

Author : Laurie Anne Pearlman
ISBN : 9781462515516
Genre : Psychology
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This book presents an integrated treatment approach for those struggling to adapt after the sudden, traumatic death of a loved one. The authors weave together evidence-based clinical strategies grounded in cutting-edge knowledge about both trauma and grief. The book offers a clear framework and many practical tools for building survivors' psychological and interpersonal resources, processing their trauma, and facilitating mourning. In a large-size format with lay-flat binding for easy photocopying, the book includes over 30 reproducible handouts. Purchasers can access a companion website to download and print these materials as well as supplemental handouts and a sample 25-session treatment plan. Winner (Second Place)--American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Award, Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing Category

When Psychopharmacology Is Not Enough

Author : Rebekka Lencer
ISBN : 9781616763688
Genre : Psychology
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Using cognitive behavioral therapy techniques to improve outcomes and medication adherence for patients with schizophrenia or other psychoses – essential reading for psychiatrists and other mental health care providers. An exclusive focus on biological models of schizophrenia and on antipsychotic drugs for the treatment of schizophrenia or other psychoses is increasingly being recognized as a barrier to effective treatment. Written by an expert team of psychiatrists and psychologists with wide experience of combining drug and psychological treatments, this book provides a practically oriented and clear overview of how to use CBT techniques in mental health services that have traditionally emphasized medication management. At the same time as respecting the important role of drug treatment, it shows clinicians how to achieve better outcomes with schizophrenia and other psychosis patients using CBT techniques. The book describes key adaptations of standard CBT approaches to improve treatment outcome in schizophrenia, the core techniques that have been found to be most effective, how to integrate the CBT approach into more traditional medication management, and how to use CBT techniques with individuals who feel stigmatized by a diagnosis of mental illness or by taking antipsychotic medications. Includes key symptom and coping assessments and practical pull-out strategy cards for both patient and clinician use, including treatment planning checklist, guided exploratory questions, logical reasoning strategy, hearing voices strategy.

Intuition Is Not Enough

Author : Linnet McMahon
ISBN : 9781317798644
Genre : Psychology
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How do Professionals really learn to imporve their practice? Intuition is not Enough is a guide fr trainers and practitioners working with disturbed children and young people, which explores the connections between the challenges of practice and of learning.

The Great Cosmic Lesson Plan

Author : Sam Menahem, Ph.D.
ISBN : 9781504328906
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The Great Cosmic Lesson Plan is a unique way of looking at life. It presents a perspective that combines spirituality, psychology, humor and music as pieces of the puzzle leading to a happy, peaceful, meaningful life. We are all connected to each other in the great energy source that is God. We become unhappy when things don’t go our way in the material world. This book suggests that happiness will come from a gradual shift to spiritual values. The book presents practical techniques for letting go of anger, fear, guilt, and negative beliefs. Additionally, humor and music are very helpful in aiding the process of letting go. Part One explores changes which need to be made to find happiness and the means to accomplish those changes. Ultimately to reach this goal, there needs be a connection to the source of all being, often called God. Part Two presents this message in the form of a comic novel. Dr. Hans Off, a chiropractor meets tragedy when he is bitten by an aardvark and can no longer practice his profession. Instead of sinking into depression, he goes on a spiritual search to find new meaning in his life. He visits a variety of therapists including an analyst, an existentialist and a spiritual therapist. Dr. Off discovers that enlightenment requires lightening up.

How To Choose A Psychotherapist

Author : Andrew Symington
ISBN : 9780429900396
Genre : Psychology
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The demand for psychotherapy and counselling is greater than ever. More and more people are enrolling on psychotherapy and counselling courses; the number of different associations in this industry has doubled and everyone knows someone who is in therapy or at least thinking about it. So are standards of practice being sacrificed while we are trying to keep up with the demand? Are the right people training to be a psychotherapists? Have you got the right psychotherapist?' This little book is written for patients. It is a challenge to action. Do not be satisfied with a malingering treatment. Gird your loins and challenge your psychotherapist and be prepared to go to a new one. It is worth the trouble to find the right person. Psychotherapy is a long and expensive process so ensure that youy make it effective. It is your responsibility to find the right person. This book is a guide to help you in that search.'- From the Introduction.

The Echoes The Times The Poetry

Author : Sandra Mally
ISBN : 9781434358332
Genre : Humor
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Over the last few years as the twilight of her life approaches Lydia related bits and pieces of the terrible events she experienced during WWII and of the beautiful life she had before. I am proud to be the person she trusted enough to finally let her story be written. Lydia is not Jewish. She was a young Catholic teenager from Czechoslovakia, when she was brutally abducted from a private, parochial school for girls in Vienna, raped and forced into slave labor. After escaping her Nazi tormentors, she sought refuge with her aunt in Switzerland. Then not having heard from her family, she decided to make a dangerous journey home to Prague. During her travels she was befriended by a dog, a guardian angel, that helped her make the arduous trip back home, only to lose the dog near the journeys end and find that her family was devastated. Her family had been very wealthy and influential, friendly with the popular Czech President Mazaryk. Her terrible experiences left her vulnerable to men and she learned of the double standard facing a woman in her society. She was forced to leave Prague when the ruthless Stalinist communist came to liberate Prague (which was in actuality a takeover). Back in Switzerland her aunt tried to secure a future for her and she had a nervous breakdown. Finally, she married an American so she get could start fresh in the amazing land she had traversed in a train as a child.

Beyond The Therapeutic Alliance

Author : Lisa Simon Onken
ISBN : NYPL:33433049782570
Genre : Psychotherapist and patient
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