Whole Therapist, Whole Patient by Patricia Frisch

Whole Therapist, Whole Patient: Integrating Reich, Masterson, and Jung in Modern Psychotherapy by Patricia Frisch
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Overview: Integrating the work of Reich, Masterson, and Jung, Whole Therapist, Whole Patient is a step-by-step guidebook for professionals to learn about the psychology of their patients and conduct treatment in a dynamic way. This text combines Reich’s character analyses, Masterson’s work on personality disorders, and Jung’s dream analyses to create a clear typology of character types that therapists can use to understand themselves and their patients. Also included are case management techniques and guidance for working with difficult patients. In addition, readers can turn to the book’s online resources to access a downloadable patient package, case presentation guide, and psychological history form.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Health, Fitness & Medical > Medical Psychoanalysis

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Conscience by Patricia Churchland

Conscience: The Origins of Moral Intuition by Patricia Churchland
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Overview: How do we determine right from wrong? Conscience illuminates the answer through science and philosophy.

In her brilliant work Touching a Nerve, Patricia S. Churchland, the distinguished founder of neurophilosophy, drew from scientific research on the brain to understand its philosophical and ethical implications for identity, consciousness, free will, and memory. In Conscience, she explores how moral systems arise from our physical selves in combination with environmental demands.

All social groups have ideals for behavior, even though ethics vary among different cultures and among individuals within each culture. In trying to understand why, Churchland brings together an understanding of the influences of nature and nurture. She looks to evolution to elucidate how, from birth, our brains are configured to form bonds, to cooperate, and to care. She shows how children grow up in society to learn, through repetition and rewards, the norms, values, and behavior that their parents embrace.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Religion and Public Life by Patricia O’Connell Killen

Religion and Public Life in the Pacific Northwest: The None Zone by Patricia O’Connell Killen, Mark Silk
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Overview: When asked their religious identification, more people answer ‘none’ in the Pacific Northwest than in any other region of the United States. But this does not mean that the region’s religious institutions are without power or that Northwesterners who do attend no place of worship are without spiritual commitments. With no dominant denomination, Evangelicals, Mainline Protestants, Catholics, Jews, adherents of Pacific Rim religious traditions, indigenous groups, spiritual environmentalists, and secularists must vie or sometimes must cooperate with each other to address the regions’ pressing economic, environmental, and social issues. One cannot understand this complex region without understanding the fluid religious commitments of its inhabitants. And one cannot understand religion in Oregon, Washington, and Alaska without Religion and Public Life in the Pacific Northwest.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy

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What Is the Constitution? by Patricia Brennan Demuth

What Is the Constitution? (What was…) by Patricia Brennan Demuth
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Overview: We the people at Who HQ bring readers the full story–arguments and all–of how the US Constitution came into being.
Signed on September 17, 1787–four years after the American War for Independence–the Constitution laid out the supreme law of the United States of America. Today it’s easy for us to take this blueprint of our government for granted. But the Framers–fifty-five men from almost all of the original 13 states–argued fiercely for many months over what ended up being only a four-page document. Here is a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the hotly fought issues–those between Northern and Southern States; big states and little ones–and the key players such as James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and George Washington who suffered through countless revisions to make the Constitution happen.
Genre: Nonfiction | Educational | History

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Storm Cursed by Patricia Briggs

Cardinal Walter Kasper by Patricia C. Bellm

Cardinal Walter Kasper: Spiritual Writings (Modern Spiritual Masters) by Patricia C. Bellm
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Overview: "Mercy is the new Christian awareness. Mercy gives a foretaste and an anticipation of what we hope for, the coming of the heavenly Jerusalem. . . . One beam of mercy makes the world warmer and brighter for all people." Cardinal Walter Kasper

Walter Kasper, a German bishop and theologian, has long been regarded as a vital expositor of the gospel and one of the leading voices of church renewal and reform. Named a cardinal in 2001, Kasper served as president of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity and represented the Church in advancing Jewish-Christian relations. He assumed an especially important role under Pope Francis, who publicly endorsed Kasper’s book on Mercy, thus signaling a principle theme of his papacy.

This volume reflects the major themes of Kasper’s long career. Given the breadth of his work, the selections here on God, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, the Church, Ecumenism, and Christian Hope, represent a veritable introduction to the Christian faith.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Patricia Briggs – Storm Cursed (Mercy Thompson #11)

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Patricia Briggs – Collection

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Garden of Dreams via Patricia A. DeMaio

Garden of Dreams: The Life of Simone Signoret via Patricia A. DeMaio
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Overview: The incomparable Simone Signoret (1921-1985), probably the most grand actresses of the 20 th century and one among France’s maximum notable stars, thought to be herself the “oldest discovery” in Hollywood. After years of blacklisting throughout the McCarthy generation, she used to be thirty-eight years previous when she entered Hollywood in the course of the again door within the 1959 British blockbuster Room on the Top. Her portrayal of the endearing Alice Aisgill earned her the Academy Award in 1960, the primary French actor to win a coveted Oscar. Though a latecomer to Hollywood, Signoret used to be already a global megastar who had survived the Nazi profession of Paris, rising in 1945 as a lovely, promising actress able to speaking extra emotion thru frame language than discussion on my own may just reach. She won a name because the pondering guy’s intercourse image, and in numerous motion pictures she portrayed prostitutes with subtlety and intensity.
She used to be fiercely protecting of her privateness. But after profitable the Oscar, she used to be dragged in the course of the gutter when her 2d husband, Yves Montand, had a extensively publicized affair with Marilyn Monroe. Many attributed her speedy growing older and alcoholism to this betrayal. She persisted this belief in silence, all of the whilst demonstrating a outstanding capability to reinvent herself as a best-selling writer, revered social activist, and respected actress who remained within the cinema, her “lawn of goals,” for over 4 a long time. Patricia A. DeMaio combines Signoret’s brave tale with Montand’s biography to show new knowledge and perception into Signoret’s humanitarian efforts and the colourful movie occupation that sustained her.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Mind: A Scientific Guide via Patricia Daniels

Mind: A Scientific Guide to Who You Are, How You Got That Way, and How to Make the Most of It via Patricia Daniels
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 208 MB
Overview: Combining main theories of psychology and behaviour with case research and sensible recommendation, National Geographic’s Mind explores the query all of us revel in asking: Who am I? A better half to National Geographic’s Body and Brain, this reference explores lately’s theories of character, blending clinical principle with an underlying message: via realizing extra about your personal psychology, you’ll have a greater existence.
Chapters get started with the anatomy, evolution, and building of the human mind, then transfer into such spaces as instinct, creativity, motivation, religion, and ethics – all sides of a novel character. Interesting situations of psychological well being and psychological deviance make for a full of life, listenable narrative that mixes lately’s main theories within the science of the thoughts and character with life-enhancing questions, quizzes, practices, and gear for self-discovery.
An entertaining e book about science, Mind connects with the listener in an excessively non-public and in the long run useful manner.
Genre: Audiobooks > Non-Fiction

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American Pentimento by Patricia Seed

American Pentimento: The Invention of Indians and the Pursuit of Riches by Patricia Seed
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Overview: Americans like to see themselves as far removed from their European ancestors’ corrupt morals, imperial arrogance, and exploitation of native resources. Yet, as Patricia Seed argues in American Pentimento, this is far from the truth. The modern regulations and pervading attitudes that control native rights in the Americas may appear unrelated to colonial rule, but traces of the colonizers’ cultural, religious, and economic agendas nonetheless remain. Seed likens this situation to a pentimento-a painting in which traces of older compositions or alterations become visible over time-and shows how the exploitation begun centuries ago continues today.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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American Pentimento by Patricia Seed

American Pentimento: The Invention of Indians and the Pursuit of Riches by Patricia Seed
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Overview: Americans like to see themselves as far removed from their European ancestors’ corrupt morals, imperial arrogance, and exploitation of native resources. Yet, as Patricia Seed argues in American Pentimento, this is far from the truth. The modern regulations and pervading attitudes that control native rights in the Americas may appear unrelated to colonial rule, but traces of the colonizers’ cultural, religious, and economic agendas nonetheless remain. Seed likens this situation to a pentimento-a painting in which traces of older compositions or alterations become visible over time-and shows how the exploitation begun centuries ago continues today.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Understanding Sports Massage by Patricia J. Benjamin

Understanding Sports Massage by Patricia J. Benjamin, Scott P. Lamp
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Overview: Updated and invigorated, Understanding Sports Massage, Second Edition, provides readers with an understanding of the fundamental theory and practical basis for using sports massage tokeep athletes in top shape, recover from injuries, and improve performance. Like the successful first edition, Understanding Sports Massage is ideal for sport professionals and students in sports massage training programs. The book illustrates and explains massage techniques in detail and describes the procedures involved in conducting effective sports massage sessions, including determining goals, organizing the session, and choosing and applying techniques. In addition to serving sport professionals, the new edition of Understanding Sports Massage will be useful to coaches, athletes, and teachers. They will be introduced to massage techniques that they can learn and apply in nonmedical situations such as in warm-ups, preparing for and recovering from competition, reducing the potential for injuries, and aiding in injury rehabilitation. Understanding Sports Massage, Second Edition, also features many updates and improvements from the first edition: -Nearly 100 photographs demonstrate proper technique. -New two-color presentation highlights specific elements of the photos and text for a clearer understanding of the techniques presented.
Genre: Non-Fiction – Health, Fitness & Medical

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