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Re: Useful psychology and psychotherapy books

Posted by littleone on January 16, 2005, at 16:09:20

In reply to Re: Useful psychology and psychotherapy books, posted by littleone on January 11, 2005, at 21:13:21

Thought I would share that I've found the following book helpful:

"Emotional Release for Children" by Mark Pearson & Patricia Nolan.

These people do therapy for children and the book is filled with the different type of exercises they use. Some are about journalling, drawing, creative writing, body awareness, Gestalt work, dream work, visualisation and relaxation. But the biggy for me is emotional release.

I've done a couple of the exercises and I was really amazed as to how easily I was thrown back into my childhood feelings. It has been helpful for me. I also like the fact there are specific exercises to follow rather than the generalisations found in many psych books.

Also, I have a lot of trouble with feeling nothingness and not being able to look inside myself at my thoughts and feelings. There are some good exercises to help with this.




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