Shortcut Through Therapy: Ten Principles of Growth-Oriented, Contented Living

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Plume, 1995 - Self-Help - 186 pages
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In this book, Psychologist Richard Carlson teaches the 10 principles of growth-oriented, contented living and reveals how traditional therapy often interferes with the healing process. He teaches techniques that encourage living in the moment, letting go of negative mind states and past traumas, and using positive thinking and visualization.

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Review: Shortcut through Therapy: Ten Principles of Growth-Oriented, Contented Living

User Review  - Bonnie - Goodreads

To quote from Dr. Carlson, "No one else is like you. This truth is one of the most liberating principles you can ever master." This book made me truly realize that 'being me', is a really good way to be. Read full review

Review: Shortcut through Therapy: Ten Principles of Growth-Oriented, Contented Living

User Review  - Bonnie - Goodreads

To quote from Dr. Carlson, "No one else is like you. This truth is one of the most liberating principles you can ever master." This book made me truly realize that 'being me', is a really good way to be. Read full review

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About the author (1995)

Richard Carlson, Ph.D., holds a doctoral degree in psychology from Sierra University, San Francisco, California. He is an author and advocate in the areas of self-improvement and spiritual growth. He maintains a private practice in Oakland, California, where he lives with his wife, Kristine. His primary goal is to teach the role that attitude can play in a person's healing process.

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