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What Life Could Mean To You

Author : Alfred Adler
ISBN : 1851681582
Genre : Psychoanalysis
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From childhood, school life and adolescence, to work, love, marriage and social existence, this is a positive an empowering exploration of what makes us who we are - of those issues that are fundamental to the progress of all our lives.
Category: Psychoanalysis

Finally The Stuff You Really Need To Improve Your Life

Author : Paul Skornik
ISBN : 9781491818220
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 81.26 MB
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This book is a collection of proven, common-sense objectives, as well as many of the fragments of good advice often given by numerous motivational speakers and other behavior experts. The big difference is that now it’s all in one place at one time, and most important, it’s written in the form of usable concepts with complete and easy-to-understand explanations. This book makes it possible for almost anyone to achieve more personal goals and enjoy a better quality of life by improving most relationships in their lives.
Category: Self-Help

Lifestyle Brands

Author : Stefania Saviolo
ISBN : 9781137285928
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 33.15 MB
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What do brands like Apple, Diesel, Abercrombie & Fitch, and Virgin have in common and what differentiates them from other brands? These brands are able to maintain a relationship with their clients that goes beyond brand loyalty. This gives a complete analysis of lifestyle brands that inspire, guide, and motivate beyond product benefits alone.
Category: Business & Economics

Understanding Human Nature

Author : Alfred Adler
ISBN : 9781780744711
Genre : Psychology
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Long-regarded as the handbook of Individual Psychology, Understanding Human Nature provides an engaging introduction to Adler’s key concepts including: inferiority and superiority complexes; life style; memories and dreams; love, marriage and children; and sexuality and sexual problems. Adler’s holistic approach to the study of personality saw him challenge the dominance of Freud’s thinking (his friend and colleague) and develop a truly innovative, and still highly relevant, method of psychoanalysis. A straightforward, clearly-written book, it shows the seminal thinking of a great mind and provides a basis to understand both Adler's unique theories and the development of twentieth-century psychology, in which his work has played such an important part.
Category: Psychology

Adler Speaks

Author : Karen A. Drescher
ISBN : 9780595311446
Genre : Psychology
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Adler Speaks is a compilation of Alfred Adler's speeches. The initial speeches discuss the Differences between Alfred Adler's Individual Psychology and Sigmund Freud's Psychoanalysis. Additional speeches cover an array of subjects from marriage and family to specific therapeutic issues such as: bashfulness, courage, criminal behavior, eating disorders, laziness, migraines and stuttering. While Most of the chapters are relatively short, they add depth of understanding to Adler's works."I read with delight the articles in this publication, which were collected from the National Archives in Washington, D.C. While some of the content in them are by no means new to the informed Adlerian, they reflect some of Adler's basic ideas in a new light. They are a welcome addition to the Adlerian literature collection for some of the more seasoned Adlerians and are an excellent beginning for persons who are less familiar with Alfred Adler's ideas." -John F. Newbauer, Ed.D., President 2002-2004, North American Society of Adlerian Psychology
Category: Psychology

Counseling Theory And Practice

Author : Edward S. Neukrug
ISBN : 9780495008842
Genre : Education
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COUNSELING THEORY AND PRACTICE provides a unique, in-depth presentation of all the major theories of counseling and psychotherapy. Author Edward S. Neukrug discusses twelve theories that cover four broad conceptual approaches in the text: psychodynamic, existential-humanistic, cognitive behavioral, and post-modern. Each COUNSELING THEORY AND PRACTICE chapter provides a consistent framework to help students understand the theories and their applications, including theorist biographies, key concepts, the therapeutic process, and key words and names. The conclusion of each chapter features a member of a fictitious family, The Millers, participating in the type of therapy discussed in the chapter. A DVD, available for packaging with the text, includes short, specific clips that illustrate individual theories in action. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Category: Education

Movies And The Mind

Author : William Indick
ISBN : 9780786419531
Genre : Performing Arts
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The latent symbolism in film imagery can be psychoanalyzed just like the imagery in dreams. This work applies to film the psychoanalytic techniques of Sigmund Freud, Erik Erikson, Carl Jung, Alfred Adler, Joseph Campbell, Otto Rank and Rollo May, providing a fundamental understanding of film symbols and structure. It offers a comprehensive and eclectic approach to film analysis, using a broad variety of theories and examples from both classic and contemporary movies, from Dracula (1930) to American Beauty (1999). The final chapter applies all the previously discussed techniques to one film, Malcolm X (1992). The work boasts a filmography and bibliography and is illustrated with film stills.
Category: Performing Arts

The Respectful Parent

Author : James A. Deutch
ISBN : 9781469140858
Genre : Family & Relationships
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The most important job you will ever have is being a parent. Parents usually raise their children the way they were parented, no matter how good or bad their experience. People laugh when they say, Babies dont come with an instruction manual. The Respectful Parent: A Manual for Moms and Dads may be the closest book to that much needed manual. This book is for parents whose normal children are driving them up the wall, and parents who want to improve their parenting skills while things are still going well. The Respectful Parent is written in a personal style by an author, who has over 55 years of clinical experience working with families and individuals of all ages. Dr. Deutch believes that respect between parent and child, along with a toolbox of great common sense techniques, is the key to having a cooperative, happy and productive family. Spanking, yelling, and threats may work on your child in the immediate situation, but scientific research shows that in the long term, they have many negative and sometimes catastrophic side effects. The Respectful Parent teaches how to use positive and democratic ways to nurture children. These ideas are based on the commonsensical philosophy of Doctors Alfred Adler and Rudolph Dreikurs. Learn to use the power of encouragement, the family council, individual special time, natural and logical consequences, and simple communication techniques. Become your childs consultant rather than boss. Raise your childs self-esteem, courage, mental health, and even his or her I.Q.
Category: Family & Relationships

Coaching With The Brain In Mind

Author : David Rock
ISBN : 9780470506776
Genre : Business & Economics
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Coaching Brain in Mind Foundations for Practice David Rock and Linda J. Page, PhD Discover the science behind brain-based coaching By understanding how the brain works, coaching professionals can better tailor their language, strategies, and goals to be in alignment with an individual's "hard-wired" way of thinking. Written by two well-known coaching professionals, David Rock and Linda Page, Coaching with the Brain in Mind presents the tools and methodologies that can be employed by novice and experienced coaches alike to create an effective—and ultimately more rewarding—relationship for both coach and client. This informative guide to the neuroscience of coaching clearly demonstrates how brain-based coaching works in practice, and how the power of the mind can be harnessed to help an individual learn and grow. Illustrated with numerous case examples and stories, this book is organized for immediate use by professionals in their client work. Coverage includes: A succinct but comprehensive overview of the major scientific and theoretical foundations for coaching and their implications for practice How the language of coaching—setting goals, making connections, becoming more aware, seeking breakthroughs, and taking action—parallels what neuroscientists tell us about how the brain operates Neuroscience as a natural platform for the ongoing development of coaching Building on the existing foundation of coaching by adding neuroscience as an evidence base for the profession, Coaching with the Brain in Mind shows that it is possible to become a better professional coach by understanding how the brain works. As well, the authors, through their research, present that an understanding of neuroscience research, however new and speculative, can help coaches and leaders fulfill their potential as change agents in the lives of others.
Category: Business & Economics

The Quiet Invasion

Author : Sarah Zettel
ISBN : 9781480422186
Genre : Fiction
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A stunning discovery by a team of scientists on Venus endangers Earth itself At eighty-three, Dr. Helen Failia is nearing middle age but has lost none of her fighting spirit. The founder of Earth’s first fully functioning colony on Venus, she will do anything to ensure that the home she’s built and nurtured not only survives, but thrives. Despite her constant work, funding for the colony is running out, and she’s dreading telling the ten thousand colonists they must move to Earth, a world some of them have never even seen. When one of her probes returns with the unprecedented proof of an ancient alien artifact on the surface of Venus she cannot believe her luck. This is the first evidence that humanity is not alone, and the discovery will surely secure the research colony’s future. As Helen and her team investigate the strange new find, they learn that humanity is not the only species with its eye on the planet. A dying race of spacefaring aliens needs a new home, and Venus is perfect for the people and their massive, living cities. But these newcomers consider the human presence on Venus a very small problem, one that can be swept aside if it dares get in the way.
Category: Fiction