By John Firman,Ann Gila
This ebook indicates what psychosynthesis appears like within the empirical perform of psychotherapy. initially conceived through Italian psychiatrist Robert Assagioli, psychosynthesis is without doubt one of the first Western psychologies that addresses either non secular and mental therapeutic and progress via self-realization. In impression, it deals an method of psychotherapy based in altruistic love, and the nurturing that helps the innate force inside of people to embody and actualize the entire of who they're. Authors John Firman and Ann Gila comprise experientially dependent versions and idea, case stories from either the buyer and therapist views, and a call for participation for either the pro and the layperson to the self-reflection, internal paintings, and dedication essential to love and paintings at this intensity. After an outline of the basics of psychosynthesis conception, the authors discover how a therapist's personal embody of those principles can foster an altruistic, empathetic love that helps and improves therapist-client rapport and progress.
John Firman (1945–2008) used to be a psychotherapist in inner most perform in Palo Alto, California, and an affiliate center college member on the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology.
Ann Gila is a psychotherapist in inner most perform in Palo Alto and an affiliate center college member on the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology. Their books contain Psychosynthesis: A Psychology of the Spirit and The Primal Wound: A Transpersonal View of Trauma, dependancy, and progress, either additionally released by way of SUNY Press.
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A Psychotherapy of Love: Psychosynthesis in Practice by John Firman,Ann Gila