The Power Of Two Workbook

Author: Susan Heitler
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications Incorporated
ISBN: 9781572243347
Size: 26.34 MB
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This step-by-step guide is for couples who want to enhance their communication skills and maximize their relationshipís potential for mutual support and growth. Troubled spouses will discover how to hear without becoming defensive, clean up after verbal ìtoxic spills,î and convert moments of anger into opportunities for growth.

The Power Of Two

Author: Susan McCrensky Heitler
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications Incorporated
ISBN: 9781572240599
Size: 62.13 MB
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Offers advice for couples seeking to understand themselves and each other, including dealing with differences, supporting each other, emotional and sexual intimacy, and making your home a loving home

A Practice That Works

Author: Steven M. Harris, Ph.D
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135422435
Size: 32.60 MB
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In the advent of managed care and the continuing decline in reimbursement felt across the various disciplines of mental health have had profound impacts upon the quality and quantity of care in the field. As it has become increasingly difficult for a practitioner in private practice to provide a satisfactory level of care while earning a living in the process, many clinicians have become more innovative in the services they offer their clients. This book pulls together a group of mental health professionals who have branched out into new markets and services. A Practice that Works represents an anthology of new knowledge in the field, as chapter contributors describe in revealing detail their own innovative techniques. After first describing the idea behind a strategy such as Wilderness Therapy Programs, the editors discuss the logistics of billing issues pertinent to the strategy and provide practical steps to its implementation, follow-through and development. Finally each chapter includes a 'testimonial' from the editors before considering issues such as any other implications of the strategy, how the strategy can fit into one's larger therapeutic model, and how this new way of thinking has impacted the author's life and practice. This timely book should appeal to professionals in all areas of the mental health fields, and is written in a general style that will not turn any of them away from the innovative lessons to be gleaned from such a unique compilation.

The Relationship Skills Workbook

Author: Julia B. Colwell
Publisher: Sounds True
ISBN: 1622033876
Size: 10.76 MB
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Course objectives: Recognize relationship as an emotional healer; identify triggers, move through them, and come back into ease and aliveness Discover how intimacy in relationship requires curiosity, wonder, and the ability to find the truth of one's experience deep in one's body Discuss how to speak the "unarguable truth"; utilizing the eight step moving emotions process—moving from stuckness into emotional flow Define three toxic habits within relationships and their antidotes—transforming our own behavior, as well as those around us through positive attention Summarize how to move out of power struggles within relationships and into agreements which allow everyone to get everything they want Discuss how to live within the relationship you really want moving between contractiona and expansiveness—welcoming appreciations, creativity, play, aliveness, as well as love for self and other Utilize checklists, tools, and journaling exercises as a way to engage, reflect and explore relationship skills and self-growth What are the ingredients of a successful and enduring relationship? Love, passion, and commitment are all vital—yet without certain basic skills, even the most devoted partners can find themselves descending into arguments, power struggles, and disillusionment. With The Relationship Skills Workbook, Dr. Julia Colwell presents a practical guide for building a conscious partnership based on cooperation and trust—offering relationship-saving techniques and on-the-spot conflict resolution tools for disarming the explosive clashes that most commonly break couples apart. In this friendly and easy-to-use resource, Dr. Colwell teaches you essential tools for: Crisis and conflict first aid—communication strategies and emotional mastery techniques to stop arguing and start connecting Getting unstuck from power struggles—how to shift from deadlock to mutual responsibility and support Ending the blame game—letting go of accusation and resentment to create win-win agreements Supporting each other's growth and success—how to retain your personal autonomy while fully committing to your partner's happiness Moving from reactivity to creative solutions—techniques to keep your brain's flight-or-fight instinct from undermining your heart's desires Sustaining love, passion, and romance—how you can choose to create a magnificent relationship together "Relationships, while seemingly complicated, don't have to be so mysterious," Dr. Colwell says. "What I've learned from my decades of personal and professional experiences is that a few elegantly simple concepts and skills can help any couple through the most difficult spots—and help us transform conflict into intimacy, passion, and ever-deepening love."

Dr Carl Robinson S Basic Baby Care

Author: Carl D. Robinson
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications Incorporated
ISBN: 9781572241053
Size: 13.60 MB
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Answers questions that new parents most often ask, and offers advice for coping with typical problems, including medical problems, feeding, and parental stress

For Christian Lovers Only Participant S Workbook

Author: Clarence & Ja'Ola Walker
Publisher: Urban Ministries Inc
ISBN: 9781603526821
Size: 51.81 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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This workbook is packed with Scripture and biblical references, meaningful couples exercises, home activities, worksheets, and plenty of space for journaling thoughts, observations and prayers throughout the session.