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Engelska
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320
Utgivningsdatum
2018-12-13
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Penguin Life
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It's Not Always Depression (häftad)

It's Not Always Depression

A New Theory of Listening to Your Body, Discovering Core Emotions and Reconnecting with Your Authentic Self

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American Book Fest Best Health Book (Mental Health & Psychology) Award Winner 2018 Cutting-edge and accessible psychotherapy to put us back in touch with our emotions - and fast 'I loved it ... I have drawn my own picture of the change triangle - both fascinating and useful' - Cathy Rentzenbrink We were all taught that our thoughts affect our emotions, but in truth it is largely the other way around: we have to experience our emotions to truly understand our thoughts, and our full selves. This is why we should think not only about cognitive behavioural therapy or medication, but also about our emotions, when addressing psychological suffering. In It's Not Always Depression, pioneering psychotherapist Hilary Jacobs Hendel reveals the most effective techniques for putting us back in touch with the emotions we too often deny - methods which can be used by anyone, any time, anywhere. Drawing on stories from her own practice, she sheds light on the core emotions (such as joy, sadness and fear), defences (anything we do to avoid feeling) and inhibitory emotions (anxiety, shame and guilt), and how understanding their interaction can help us return to mental well-being. This is the basis of 'accelerated experiential dynamic psychotherapy:' it accelerates healing through having an emotional experience in the here and now. It allows you to reacquaint yourself with your feelings, to recover a more authentic self and to be more calm, curious and connected. Winner of Nautilus Silver for Personal Growth Books 2019
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Hilary Jacobs Hendel is a certified psychoanalyst and AEDP psychotherapist and supervisor, and has published articles in The New York Times and professional journals. Her blog posts have been shared worldwide. She runs a practice on the Upper West Side of Manhattan and was the Mental Health Consultant for the Emmy and Golden Globe-winning show Mad Men. You can find Hilary's blog and other FREE resources on emotions and the Change Triangle at hilaryjacobshendel.com