Becoming a Brief Therapist: Part One Foundations

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Lulu Enterprises Incorporated, Aug 1, 2008 - 184 pages
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Support the environment and independent authors by buying 'Print-On-Demand' books. This book is the first one of a series of four books dedicated to helping you to become an effective brief therapist. Book one covers the foundations required to underpin effective brief therapy. The book covers topics from Pattern Matching and Problem Structure to Hypnosis and The Role of Trance both in problem maintenance and problem resolution. The author has over 15 years experience working predominantly in the areas of Depression; Anxiety; Phobia and Trauma Treatment (including PTSD, OCD and other anxiety problems)

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Dan Jones is a British Author, Historian and Journalist. He was born Daniel Gwynne Jones in Reading, England on July 27, 1981, to Welsh parents. Jones was educated at The Royal Latin School before attending Pembroke College, University of Cambridge, where he received a first in History. In addition to his work as a newspaper columnist, Jones writes primarily about the middle ages. His titles include The Wars of the Roses, The Plantagenets and Summer of Blood.

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