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Published June, 2014
By Steven R. Vazquez
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Emotional Transformation Therapy(R) is an original psychotherapy approach developed by Steven R. Vazquez, PhD. It is interactive and uses the client's visual ecology to amplify the impact of the therapist-client bond. This method achieves rapid, long-term outcomes, possessing the potential to revolutionize psychotherapy as we know it.

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Published September, 2012
By June Mcleod
Publisher: National Book Network (John Hunt Publishing)

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Published July, 2012
By Martin F. PhD Luthke and Linda Stein-Luthke
Publisher: Ingrams (eBookIt.com)

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Published July, 2012
By Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson
Publisher: Ingrams (Untreed Reads Publishing)

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Published July, 2011
By Joseph Dodds
Publisher: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

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Published March, 2012
By James Davies
Publisher: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
In this book James Davies considers emotional suffering as part and parcel of what it means to live and develop as a human being, rather than as a mental health problem requiring only psychiatric, antidepressant or cognitive treatment. This book therefore offers a new perspective on emotional discontent and discusses how we can engage with it clinically, personally and socially to uncover its productive value.The Importance of Suffering explores a relational theory of understanding emotional suffering suggesting that suffering, does not spring from one dimension of our lives, but is often the outcome of how we relate to the world internally - in terms of our personal biology, habits and values, and externally - in terms of our society, culture and the world around us. Davies suggests that suffering is a healthy call-to-change and shouldn't be chemically anesthetised or avoided. The book challenges conventional thinking by arguing that if we understand and manage suffering more holistically, it can facilitate individual and social transformation in powerful and surprising ways.The Importance of Suffering offers new ways to think about, and therefore understand suffering. It will appeal to anyone who works with suffering in a professional context including professionals, trainees and academics in the fields of counselling, psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, psychiatry and clinical psychology.

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Published July, 2011
By Joseph Dodds
Publisher: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

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Published March, 2012
By Michael E. Connor and Joseph White
Publisher: Taylor & Francis (Routledge Academic)

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Published January, 2012
By A. P. Filosa
Publisher: BookMasters (Creekmore Publishing)

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