The Psychology of Courage

Author: Julia Yang
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1135890420
Format: PDF, Docs
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Courage refers to the willingness for risk taking and to move ahead in the presence of difficulties. The purpose of this book is to present courage as the main foundation of understanding and training for mental health in the three life task areas described by Adler: Work, Love, and Friendship. It explores the meaning of each life task and problems of fear, compensation, or evasion, as well as Adlerian insight on socially useful attitudes of approaching the task under discussion. Socratic dialog boxes are included throughout each chapter to encourage the interactivity between the text and readers’ thought processes. Also included is a set of twenty-two helping tools that were creatively designed for self-exercise or to be used to help others uncover or acquire courage. For those in the helping professions, this text will be a unique and valuable handbook for not only working with and helping their clients, but also for their own personal development.

Emotions Everyday Life and Sociology

Author: Michael Hviid Jacobsen
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351801503
Format: PDF
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This volume explores the emotions that are intricately woven into the texture of everyday life and experience. A contribution to the literature on the sociology of emotions, it focuses on the role of emotions as being integral to daily life, broadening our understanding by examining both ‘core’ emotions and those that are often overlooked or omitted from more conventional studies. Bringing together theoretical and empirical studies from scholars across a range of subjects, including sociology, psychology, cultural studies, history, politics and cognitive science, this international collection centres on the ‘everyday-ness’ of emotional experience.

Voice and Whistleblowing in Organizations

Author: Ronald J Burke
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1781005923
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Employees in organizations face countless daily situations in which they make a choice to speak up, exercise voice, or remain silent. Too many choose to remain silent. Others only tell supervisors what they want to hear, becoming Šyes� men and women. E

Theories of Counseling and Therapy

Author: Jeffrey A. Kottler
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1412979269
Format: PDF, Docs
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A concise, hands-on, and experiential text that helps readers understand and apply theory in counseling and psychotherapy Through a unique approach that makes understanding theories in counseling and psychotherapy fun, stimulating, and personally meaningful, this fully updated Second Edition helps students comprehend the various and complex theories, apply the material to their own lives (through the use of the reflective exercises in every chapter) and internalize the content of the course. The book’s three-part structure includes an introductory section that provides the background necessary for understanding the theories, a middle section that discusses the main theory “families,” and a final section that focuses on synthesis and application. Throughout the text, the authors seek to surprise readers with the best of the past, excite them with the vitality of the present, and prepare them for their futures as therapists.

Introduction to Counseling Voices from the Field

Author: Jeffrey A. Kottler
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 0840033230
Format: PDF, Docs
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INTRODUCTION TO COUNSELING, Seventh Edition provides students with a comprehensive overview of the counseling profession while encouraging them to examine the day-to-day realities of being a counselor and their motivation for choosing the profession. Coverage includes information on what counseling is, as well as its history, theoretical orientations, applications, and professional issues. As students become engaged in the process of learning and applying counseling concepts, they get an unparalleled look at what their professional futures may hold. In addition, Voices from the Field sections in each chapter offer further insight into the real challenges faced by experienced practitioners counselors, as well as the ways those challenges were resolved. A new set of videos available on DVD bring many of these topics to life. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Author: 向後千春
Publisher: 株式会社 技術評論社
ISBN: 4774171239
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Menschenkenntnis

Author: Alfred Adler
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 3743173670
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Wer Menschenkenntnis besitzt, kann seine Persönlichkeitseigenschaften und die wesentlichen Charakterzüge seiner Mitmenschen besser wahrnehmen und kompetent mit ihnen umgehen. Der Bestseller Menschenkenntnis von Alfred Adler schärft den Blick für besondere menschliche Eigenarten und schult die soziale Kompetenz. Im Buch über die Menschenkenntnis beschreibt Alfred Adler auf verständliche Weise die menschliche Psyche und die Faktoren, die den Charakter von Menschen prägen. Das Buch ist sehr flüssig geschrieben und für jedermann verständlich. Seine Darstellung menschlicher Charakterzüge unterlegt Alfred Adler in seinem Werk Menschenkenntnis mit zahlreichen Beispielen, in denen viele Leserinnen und Leser sich selbst und ihre Umgebung wiedererkennen werden. Alfred Adler war einer der bekanntesten Schüler Sigmund Freuds. Seine Werke bilden die Grundlage vieler erfolgreicher psychotherapeutischer Methoden. Adlers Arbeit war wegweisend für die Entwicklung der modernen Psychosomatik. Er begründete die Individualpsychologie. Alfred Adler lebte von 1870 bis 1937. Als einer der bekanntesten Wissenschaftler an der Seite Sigmund Freuds bildete er zahlreiche bekannte Psychologen aus. Neben dem Bestseller Menschenkenntnis (1927) erlangte vor allem sein Werk Über den nervösen Charakter (1912) weltweite Bekanntheit.