Personal Therapy: How to Change Your Life for the Better

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Random House, May 31, 2011 - Reference - 144 pages
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Unresolved and unconscious trauma and distress can cause depression and other psychological states, but how can therapy help? How does it work? What sort of techniques are employed? In PERSONAL THERAPY Dr Brian Roet explains how therapeutic techniques can be used to release deep-seated emotions, to acknowledge our strengths and weaknesses, and help establish emotional equilibrium. His reassuring and practical advice explains how therapy can lead to enjoying a more fulfilling life.
 

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Dr Brian Roet was in general practice in Melbourne, Australia, for fifteen years before he came to England in 1980. During this time, he noticed a great deficiency in his ability to treat the high proportion of patients visiting him for emotionally related illnesses.

Using techniques such as self-hypnosis and creative visualization, he spent years in his London practice learning about the ability of the mind to create or resolve disease. He believes strongly in the need to educate people about the role played in their minds in their emotional or physical ill health.

In the course of his work he has written two books - Hypnosis - A Gateway to Better Health and All in the Mind? - Think Yourself Better. This is his third book.

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