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Tales From Perach

Author : Shira Glassman
ISBN : 1537782029
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Seven queer fantasy shorts set in the tropical Jewish world of the Mangoverse novels. "Your Name is Love" An energetic royal guard takes her artist wife on a scavenger hunt around the city so she can stop having artist's block about the lesbian graphic novel she's supposed to make for the queen. "No Whining" Trans woman Chef Yael dithers over whether to switch wine sellers, at the urging of her husband Aaron, when her regular vendor is incompetent but the delivery girl is a trusted ally. "Every Us" A prince with anxiety is comforted in the arms of his partner when he wakes up from a nightmare. "Take Time to Stop and Eat the Roses" A trans teenager and his girlfriend go on a midnight quest for flowers for her sister's wedding. "The Generous Princess" A royal family with two moms and two dads puts their own special twist on celebrating Purim. And now, bundled with Tales from Outer Lands, two contrasting stories of heroic Jewish womanhood: "Rivka in Port Saltspray" Trapped in a seedy port town because an innkeeper is holding her shapeshifting dragon-horse hostage until she can pay all the charges he invented, nomadic warrior Rivka finally has a chance at some decent money when a wealthy but weak man hires her to rescue his fianc�e. But she has to think on her feet when she learns there may be more at stake. "Aviva and the Aliens" On the night before the royal Passover seder, Aviva has to outsmart the aliens who abducted her to cook for them because they had grown sick of their spaceship's food replicators. Will she get home before Queen Shulamit wakes up and panics from her absence?

Tales From Perach

Author : Shira Glassman
ISBN : OCLC:1176180939
Genre : Gay men
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Photo Art Therapy

Author : Jerry L. Fryear
ISBN : 9780398082215
Genre : Art therapy
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PHOTO ART THERAPY: A JUNGIAN PERSPECTIVE illuminates and guides the reader through new possibilities for art therapy practice, approached by the authors as a creative interaction with different artistic media and therapeutic methods. Although the book is based on Jungian theory and practice, the authors carefully explore cooperation with other therapeutic perspectives, all of which are in keeping with Jung's belief in transcendent universals and multifaceted therapeutic practices. The book is divided into four sections: Self-Understanding, Alleviating Distress and Symptoms, Group Therapy, and Discussion. Wherever possible and practical, photo art therapy work done by clients as illustrations of the concepts is included. The text not only demonstrates innovative ways of combining artistic media but allows clients to articulate the inner workings of the therapeutic process through an engaging series of dialogues and narrations. The book establishes a twofold landmark in elucidating art thera-py's close and vital connections to both phototherapy and the discipline of Jungian psychotherapy.
Category: Art therapy

Global Perspectives On Mentoring

Author : Frances K. Kochan
ISBN : 9781607528708
Genre : Education
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This book will examine mentoring from a global perspective in an effort to discover the commonalties and differences, not only in diverse fields of practice, but across a wide range of contextual Place your subscription or standing order today! settings. Each chapter of the book will contain an overview of the program, problems encountered and solutions to them, benefits, outcomes, impact, and thoughts for reflection and consideration. The editor will examine common themes and explore their cross cultural implications. The volume is intended for those interested in the concept of mentoring in any professional setting and culture. It will provide important insights into how to create a mentoring program, strategies for overcoming problems, and methods for assessing outcomes and impact.
Category: Education

A Tale Of One City

Author : Ben Giladi
ISBN : UOM:39015034447477
Genre : History
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Piotrkow Trybunalski contained one of the oldest Jewish communities in Poland. In this large compilation of essays, the city is described during various periods of its history, with a special emphasis on the last 150 years. With contributions from many authors, most of them survivors, the volume gives a multifaceted picture of life as it was lived in a typical Jewish community before the Holocaust.
Category: History

Trauma Treatment Techniques

Author : Jacqueline Garrick
ISBN : 9781317954934
Genre : Social Science
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Examine alternative techniques for dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder Trauma Treatment Techniques: Innovative Trends examines alternative approaches to “talk” therapies that help relieve stress in trauma survivors. Experts in a range of practice areas present mental health providers with methods that augment or go beyond traditional techniques, including art therapy, virtual reality, humor, residential programs, emotional freedom techniques (EFT), traumatic incident reduction (TIR), and thought field therapy (TFT). This unique book serves as a primer on new and creative means of working with combat veterans, survivors of child abuse, victims of rape and other violent crimes, refugees, victims of terrorism, and disaster survivors. Since the late 19th century, mental and medical health professionals, social workers, clinicians, and counselors have attempted to help patients mitigate symptoms and reduce distress by employing a variety of treatment techniques, methods, strategies, and procedures. Trauma Treatment Techniques: Innovative Trends represents a significant addition to the available literature on post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and acute distress, providing therapists with much-needed options in their efforts to help trauma sufferers recover, find new meaning, and reach for new hopes and happiness. Trauma Treatment Techniques: Innovative Trends examines: debriefing interventions in school settings instructions and safeguards for using emotional freedom techniques (EFT) when debriefing in disaster situations the use of creative art therapies to reach out to war refugees the use of virtual reality-based exposure therapy (VRE) to desensitize Vietnam veterans with PTSD from traumatic memories humor as a healing tool repressed memory physiology and meridian treatment points in the body a six-step methodology for diagnosing PTSD a 90-day residential program for treatment of PTSD PTSD motivation enhancement (ME) groups autism as a potential traumatic stressor and much more Trauma Treatment Techniques: Innovative Trends is an invaluable resource of inventive techniques that offer hope for recovery to anyone who has suffered life’s worst injuries.
Category: Social Science

Palestinians In Jerusalem And Jaffa 1948

Author : Itamar Radai
ISBN : 9781317368069
Genre : History
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Between November 1947 and May 1948 war between the Palestinian Arab community and the Jewish community encompassed Palestine, with Jerusalem and Jaffa becoming focal points in the conflict due to their centrality, size and symbolic importance. Palestinians in Jerusalem and Jaffa, 1948 examines Palestinian Arab society, institutions, and fighters in Jerusalem and Jaffa during the conflict. It is one of the first books in English that deals with the Palestinian Arabs at this crucial and tragic moment in their history, with extensive use of Arabic sources and an inquiry from the Palestinian vantage point. It examines the causes of the social collapse of the Palestinian Arab communities in Jerusalem and Jaffa during the 1948 inter-communal war, and the impact of this collapse on the military defeat. This book reveals that the most important internal factors to the Palestinian defeat were the social changes that took place in Arab society during the British Mandate, namely internal migration from rural areas to the cities, the shift from agriculture to wage labour, and the rise of the urban middle class. By looking beyond the well-established external factors, this study uncovers how modernity led to a breakdown within Palestinian Arab society, widening social fissures without producing effective institutions, and thus alienating social classes both from each other and from the leadership. With careful examination of a range of sources and informed analysis of Palestinian social history, Palestinians in Jerusalem and Jaffa, 1948 is a key resource for students and scholars interested in the modern Middle East, Palestinian Studies, the Arab-Israeli conflict and Israel Studies.
Category: History

The Athenaeum

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ISBN : ONB:+Z258650805
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The Tootinameh

Author : Nakhshabi Ziya al-Din
ISBN : COLUMBIA:0038751968
Genre : Persian fiction
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Category: Persian fiction

The Living Age

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ISBN : UIUC:30112110961510
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ISBN : UOM:39015064006888
Genre : Asia
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Akten Des Internationalen Orientalisten Kongresses

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ISBN : UVA:X004506879
Genre : Asia
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Includes a later edition of the Proceedings of the 1st congress: Comprenant le sommaire des travaux de la première peŕiode et les mémoires in extenso de la seconde période.
Category: Asia

Modern Hebrew Literature

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ISBN : UOM:39015005155737
Genre : Hebrew literature, Modern
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Even A Flower

Author : Adam Perach
ISBN : 0972249818
Genre : Religion
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The fascinating journey of an accomplished lawyer whose passion for self-examination yields an unexpected wealth of psychological and spiritual insight. "Even A Flower..." brings the author's keen intellect into dialogue with his fervent intuition. The result is an astonishingly fruitful marriage of thought and feeling -- a soulful outpouring of fresh spirituality, rooted in the conflicts and uncertainties of everyday life. Dedicated "to every heart so foolish as to have no doubt and every mind so arrogant as to have no faith," this remarkable work offers a new psychospiritual paradigm -- one that speaks to and through mind and heart, left brain and right, simultaneously. Those who have longed for such a synthesis won't be able to put this down. About the Author The author is a former law professor and leading member of the bar. He has also served as cantor of a large, metropolitan synagogue.
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Art Therapy

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ISBN : MINN:31951P00544033L
Genre : Art therapy
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The School Administrator

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ISBN : OSU:32435028704229
Genre : School management and organization
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Category: School management and organization

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105016192382
Genre : Antisemitism
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Category: Antisemitism