The Healing Journey for Couples, Clinician's Guide: Your Journal of Mutual Discovery

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Wiley, Aug 25, 1998 - Psychology - 64 pages
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This new series of books uses guided journal entries to help readers define and explore life challenges and stages, past behaviors, and goals for the future. These informational and inspirational personal chronicles are designed to be used independently, or with the help of a therapist.

Each Healing Journey:
* Is written by professional therapists, and provides expert guidance on life problems, personal insight, and psychological change.
* Includes dozens of guided journal entries directed toward helping readers get in touch with their feelings, conquer life's hurdles, and gain a better understanding of themselves and their relationships.
* Features an inviting format, with ample room for readers to complete their journal entries.


"A creative guidebook for couples seeking a deeper understanding of their relationship"--JOHN GRAY, author of Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus, on The Healing Journey for Couples.

"By far the best journaling workbook I have seen. It takes the user on a very personal journey to improve self-esteem, quality of life, and overall health." Mary Ellen Copeland, author of The Depression Workbook, on The Healing Journey.

Designed to help couples explore the facets of their individual personalities and the dynamics of their relationship, this book can help them examine their history together and map out their hopes and plans for the future. Organized in an attractive format, this book provides ample room for both partners to record their thoughts, and helpful suggestions on how to discuss the issues raised in the couples journal.

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Contents

Recording Your History
14
Daily Diary of Your Life A Mutual Experience
15
Remembering the Day
16
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Phil Rich, EdD, MSW, LICSW is the Clinical Director of Stetson School, a residential treatment program for juvenile sexual offenders and sexually reactive children in Barre, Massachusetts. He received his MSW in 1979 and his doctorate in applied behavioral and group studies in 1992, and has practiced as a clinical social worker for over 25 years. He has served as the program director of five residential and day treatment programs, and has worked extensively with troubled adolescents and adults in residential, inpatient, day treatment, and outpatient settings. He has 12 published books, including "Understanding Juvenile Sexual Offenders: Assessment, Treatment, and Rehabilitation," published by John Wiley & Sons.

Dr. Stuart A. Copans, board certified in addictions psychiatry, is a frequent writer on the topics of the treatment of alcohol and drug abuse.

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