In a journey spanning 50 books, hundreds of ideas over a century, 50 Psychology Classics looks at some of the most intriguing questions relating to the human mind.This brand new edition covers the great thinkers of psychology right up to the present day, from iconic psychologists such as Freud, Piag..
Renowned jungian analyst Marion Woodman provides deep insight into the process required to feminize wisdom and consciousness in a patriarchal culture. Presenting the personal journeys of three wise women, she points the way to the state of inner wholeness she calls "conscious femininity”...
This book introduces a framework for family and couples therapy specifically designed for difficult, entrenched, and court-mandated situations. Using an original model suitable to therapists across theoretical lines, the authors detail special challenges organized around common couple and family con..
What is human sexuality? As the source of life why is it also often the cause of so much suffering?The renowned psychotherapist Professor Dr. Franz Ruppert shows in this book how sexual traumas form, from the perspective of the victim and the perpetrator, with profound consequences for individuals, ..
A surprisingly simple way for students to master any subject--based on one of the world's most popular online courses which have empowered more than two million students of all ages from around the world to master subjects that they once struggled with. Now in this new book for kids and teens, the a..
Taking up One's Worries. A Handbook on Early Dialo
The objective of this handbook is to lower the threshold for early intervention for practitioners working among children and adolescents. In situations where attempts at providing help continue unchanged, the practitioner may become worried about the child’s or adolescent’s wellbeing. Indeed, the pr..
How to understand the suicide of a child? This shocking and neglected phenomenon constitutes the core of reflection of Dr. Boris Cyrulnik's new work.
The author reminds us that the meaning of death among children changes with age and is never the same as it is in adulthood. Cyrulnik does not postula..
«Happiness is never complete. Why, so often, does a surge of happiness cause the anguish of losing it? Without suffering, could we love? Without anguish and affective loss, would we need security? The world would be dull and perhaps we would not feel the pleasure of living in it». Boris Cyrulnik.
Practical, proven self help steps show how to transform 40 common self-defeating behaviors, including procrastination, envy, obsession, anger, self-pity, compulsion, neediness, guilt, rebellion, inaction, and more...
Far from schematizing, reducing or splitting human beings with misleading dualistic, behaviorist or materialistic explanations, the new human ethology reveals the surprising and extraordinary complexity and plasticity of our development and behavior. It is not at all a matter of «extrapolating» anim..
There is an invisible thread that ties together the testimonies orchestrated here and often shared by gifted people: music and the relationship with instruments. Through eleven intimate and secret stories, a symphony of circumstances common to high capacities and the people who belong to their envir..
Boris Cyrulnik's last book can be read as a love story. In it he tells how the love of a couple can bring back to life those who are marked by deep wounds caused by old traumatic experiences, while introducing us to the secrets of the theory of resilience: that is, the self-therapeutic capacity of p..