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Making Contact

Virginia Satir - Social Science - 1976 - 96 pages
The noted family therapist presents innovative concepts and techniques conducive to changing one's habits of communication and to establishing open, constructive, and life ...
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Conjoint Family Therapy

Virginia Satir - Medical - 1983 - 289 pages
Third edition of this classic on family therapy. The introduction calls it a conceptual frame around which to organize your data and your impressions . . . a suggested path.
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Helping Families to Change

Virginia Satir, James Stachowiak, Harvey A. Taschman - Psychology - 1994 - 296 pages
With an emphasis on learning to change through other modalities than speech, this book discusses the importance of non-verbal body experience and awareness of kinetic cues in ...
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Rebuilding: When Your Relationship Ends

Bruce Fisher, Robert E. Alberti, Virginia Satir - Family & Relationships - 2005 - 290 pages
Presents a step-by-step guide to working through a divorce, and offers advice on overcoming the denial, fear, guilt, anger, and grief along with tips on building new ...
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Virginia Satir, the patterns of her magic

Steve Andreas, Virginia Satir - Biography & Autobiography - 1991 - 177 pages
A verbatim transcript of this master therapist and the author's astute analysis of her techniques, philosophies, and inspired improvisations.
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The new peoplemaking

Virginia Satir - Family & Relationships - 1988 - 400 pages
Revised and expanded seminal work on families, with over a million copies sold in 12 languages. The New Peoplemaking expresses Satir's most evolved thoughts on self-worth ...
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Self Esteem

Virginia Satir - Self-Help - 2001 - 64 pages
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Your Many Faces: The First Step to Being Loved

Virginia Satir - Psychology - 2011 - 96 pages
Each one of us has a medley of "faces" that composes our individual personality: intelligence, anger, love, jealousy, helplessness, courage, and many more. We're often quick to ...
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