Adjustment and Personal Growth: Seven Pathways

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Wiley, Jan 21, 1983 - Psychology - 480 pages
Emphasizing how to apply principles and concepts of psychology to daily life, explores adjustment and growth from seven psychological perspectives: depth psychology, behavioral psychology, cognitive psychology, transactional analysis; psychotechnology; existential-humanistic psychology; and transpersonal psychology. Completely updated to reflect contemporary concerns, this edition incorporates an Applied Explorations section at the end of each chapter to link concepts to everyday experiences. Each section also includes a Critique followed by ``Implications for Adjustments and Growth.''

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Seeking Greater SelfUnderstanding
Helping Troubled Persons
Of Harmony and SelfActualization

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FRANK J. BRUNO, Ph.D., is a professor of psychology at San Bernardino Valley College in San Bernardino, California. He has taught at the college for more than thirty years and has also worked on a part-time basis as a psychotherapist and author. Dr. Bruno has written more than fifteen books, including several Wiley psychology textbooks, and a series of self-help titles called Life's Little Keys.

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