This book is a "toolbox" that makes available to psychotherapists of any orientation an arsenal of technical resources and practical keys to apply them successfully, whether in families, couples or individuals. / Este libro es una «caja de herramientas» que pone a disposición de los psicoterapeutas..
This work presents and discusses a good number of therapeutic practices that can help to shorten psychotherapy. It details in each chapter what the techniques presented consist of, what they can be used for and what should be taken into account when using them, and uses countless case examples to il..
Highlighting a holistic approach to music psychotherapy, this groundbreaking book brings together music, imagery, and projective music improvisation with psychodramatic devices including warm-up, role reversal, mirroring, and others. / Esta obra innovadora, que aboga por la integración de las artes..
In this book Elizabeth A. Johnson addresses the theological reinterpretation of one of the traditional symbols of Christian doctrine, that of the communion of saints, considering it from a feminist perspective. Its starting point is the realization that the communion of the saints is a "sleeping sy..
Today we are faced with an existential frustration charged with a lack of meaning. The society of opulence only satisfies needs, but not the will to make sense. The radical tendency of man seeks the meaning of life and tries to fill it with content. This short volume offers the reader a content of d..
In Buddhism, His Holiness the Dalai Lama and American Buddhist nun Thubten Chodron map out the convergences and the divergences between the two major strains of Buddhism--the Sanskrit traditions and the Pali traditions. The authors seek harmony and understanding among Buddhist traditions worldwide, ..
Change: Principles of Problem Formation and Problem Resolution
The work describes two useful theories for clarifying fundamental aspects of change: group theory and the theory of the logical and illogical meaning of change. The authors have analyzed the phenomenon and framed it within an illustrated conceptual plot with examples taken from various sectors of li..
In Silent Compassion, Richard Rohr proposes a journey to find God in the depths of silence. Rohr's teaching is based on contemplation and kenosis (self-vaccination), which are expressed through radical compassion. His vision of Christian mystique is part of perennial tradition and an ecumenical spir..
The author guides us through a journey of learning simple and effective tactics to transform disagreements into agreements and possible conflicts into alliances, since we must never forget that in the relationship with the people to whom we are emotionally linked there is no such thing as a winner a..
Leading religious and cultural commentator, Peter Berger, explores how and what we can believe in modern times. Deals clearly with questions such as ‘Does God exist? What was so special about Jesus? How can one be Christian in a pluralistic society? The author takes the position of an open-minded sc..
James Heisig has spent his life traveling along many roads—living in Japan, Spain, England, and the United States, and listening to other religious traditions while remaining a Roman Catholic. In this book, Heisig draws from this worldly insight, and presents an invaluable dialogue between Christian..
This handy, visual and practical reference manual includes the Sanskrit terms most used in day-to-day yoga classes: the names of the postures and other techniques of ha?ha-yoga, the fundamental philosophical concepts, a didactic translation of the Yogas?tra from Patañjali, as well as a brief history..