Walking in Two Worlds: The Relational Self in Theory, Practice, and Community

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Stephen G. Gilligan, Dvorah Simon
Zeig Tucker & Theisen Publishers, 2004 - Medical - 390 pages

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Contents

SelfRelations Stories
2
The Problem is the Solution Return from Exile
8
A Personal Narrative of SelfRelations Therapy
22
SelfRelations as a Tantric Spiritual Practice
30
The Sleeping Angel Brokenness and Blessing in the Healing Path
40
SelfRelations Hypnosis and Transpersonal Approaches in
62
Healing Trauma
70
The Use of SelfRelations Therapy in Pain Management
80
Kings Queens Warriors Lovers and Magicians
210
A Journey Towards Awakening SelfRelations and Mindfulness
224
Aliens and the Neglected Self
232
Voices from a Field The Transformative Presence
242
Change and NonChange in the Field
254
Poetic Interlude 4
262
SelfRelations in Holotropic States of Consciousness
266
Doorways to Creativity Art Therapy from the Center
276

SelfRelations Psychotherapy with Couples
92
Sponsorship in Supervision Resonance in the Relational Field
108
The Business Leader as an Incurable Deviant A SelfAlignment Approach
124
Poetic Interlude 2
140
Applications of SelfRelations in Religious Settings Healing Communities
162
Street Life SelfRelations and the Call to Healing Ourselves and Others
172
SelfRelations and Sufism
180
Witnessing Naming and Blessing SelfRelations in the Life of a Rabbi
192
Poetic Interlude 3
203
Instant Painful Success and Ongoing Wonderful Failure
302
Creative Expression as a Vehicle for Positive SelfSponsorship
308
Movement Practices for SelfRelations
320
Tapping Into Dual Sources of Experience SelfRelations and Somatic Process
330
Therapy as a Dance and Dance as a Therapy A Crosspollination
340
Poetic Interlude 5
350
For This One Night by Bonnie Scot B S
356
Index
375
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