Making Sense of Suffering: The Healing Confrontation with Your Own Past

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Penguin, 1994 - Psychology - 137 pages
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Swiss therapist Stettbacher provides a four-step program that enables adults to reconstruct their histories, find and heal their primal childhood traumas. Famed psychotherapist Alice Miller says, "I have undergone this therapy myself and felt its astonishing holistic effect on the body, mind, and emotions".

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Making sense of suffering: the healing confrontation with your own past

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Stettbacher, a Swiss psychotherapist, undertakes a thoughtful inquiry into the psychological causes of "primal wounds.'' These psychological traumas, endured during birth or early childhood, result in ... Read full review

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Introduction
5
The Therapy
39
How You Were Born
89
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