At the Speed of Life: A New Approach to Personal Change Through Body-Centered Therapy

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Bantam, 1993 - Health & Fitness - 320 pages
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Through more than twenty years of helping people get in touch with their feelings and reawaken their lives, renowned psychotherapists Gay and Kathlyn Hendricks have developed a new approach that is as revolutionary as the work of Carl Rogers, Fritz Perls, or Abraham Maslow a generation ago. The Hendricks method of Bodymind Integration offers a powerful alternative to traditional talk therapies--a faster, more far-reaching route to personal change.

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One if the BEST self helper ever. Deeply touching real life account of people making major breakthroughs, including the author. I love this book, too bad I lent it out and never got it back. Must have been KARMA! Read full review


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About the author (1993)

A professor of counseling for 21 years in the school of education at the University of Colorado, Gay Hendricks earned his doctorate degree from Stanford University in 1974. Originally trained as a traditional psychologist, a life-altering experience caused Hendricks to rethink his approach to healing patients. Adopting a body-mind integration theory, Hendricks opened the Hendricks Institute to teach people core skills for conscious living. Hendricks is the author of over 20 books in the field of education, transpersonal psychology, and centering, including Conscious Breathing, The Centering Book, Learning to Love Yourself, and At the Speed of Life. His work has also been mentioned or reviewed in numerous magazines and newspapers, including Self, GQ, Psychology Today, Yoga Journal, USA Today, and the Edmonton Journal.

Hendricks has been a pioneer in the field of mind-body integration for 30 years.

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