Education

The Teaching Assistant's Guide to Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties

Author: Kate Spohrer

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 144

View: 993

This practical guide gives essential advice on: understanding emotional and behavioural problems; building good communication skills; managing behaviour in the classroom and developing an effective learning environment. Throughout each chapter there are exercises or questions to facilitate embedding knowledge and skills. At the end of each chapter there are multiple choice quizzes for you to reflect on what you have learnt.
Medical

The Structure of Magic

Author: Richard Bandler

Publisher: Science & Behavior Books

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 225

View: 887

These seminal works in neurolinguistic programming (NLP) help therapists understand how people create inner models of the world to represent their experience and guide their behavior. Volume I describes the Meta Model, a framework for comprehending the structure of language; Volume II applies NLP theory to nonverbal communication.
Education

Beyond Persuasion

Author: Rebecca Dolton

Publisher: Wryting Ltd

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 150

View: 418

How to master the art of manipulation to improve your career and work life and have more successful personal relationships. The word manipulation gets a bad rap, but what it’s really about is understanding human thought patterns and behaviors. Maybe you’re a manager having a hard time getting your team members to listen to you. Maybe you have a manipulator in your life and you want to learn new ways to deal with them or combat their manipulations. Perhaps you’re just curious about the concept and want to understand how humans can be manipulated. Whatever your purpose or need, Beyond Persuasion can open your eyes to the world of dark psychology. A human brain is a fascinating place, and this book will give you a unique view of what goes on inside it. By examining the concepts that make up dark psychology, you’ll begin to understand things like mind control, neuro-linguistic programming, body language, and more. If you’re concerned about the ethical implications of dark psychology, there’s even a section on how to use the techniques discussed responsibly. In addition, you’ll discover: How manipulation differs from persuasion and why that matters The basics of dark psychology These real-world applications of neuro-linguistic programming How to read body language Techniques to help you defend yourself from manipulative people Manipulation is part of human existence. It has always been around, and it always will be. What you can do is learn the techniques and tricks so that you can either use them effectively or protect yourself from others who would use them against you. The knowledge is in front of you. All you have to do is reach out and take it. If you’re ready to learn the art of manipulation and gain the power to influence others, click “add to cart.”
Self-Help

Saving Minds

Author: Arthur Marx

Publisher: Lulu Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Self-Help

Page: 224

View: 782

It’s no secret that psychological treatment needs to be more effective. Arthur reveals the truth about the mind, the health industry and what to do to wise up and become psychologically positive and happy- something every person deeply wants. Through a personal voice, patient case studies and spot-on illustrations, the reader is taken through a journey into an enlightening truth about why people struggle with psychological issues such as anxiety, addiction, negative emotions and unwanted behaviours. Arthur removes the mystery of the mind, and reveals what he does to achieve consistent results with patients. This book is written to prevent suffering. Today you are at risk by default because of the standard approaches involving medication. Readers are shown how to protect themselves and their families- a must read for anyone considering therapy or struggling to overcome a personal hurdle.

Saving Minds: How to Have a Healthy Mind Without Medication

Author: Arthur Marx

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 224

View: 284

It's no secret that psychological treatment needs to be more effective. Arthur reveals the truth about the mind, the health industry and what to do to wise up and become psychologically positive and happy- something every person deeply wants. Through a personal voice, patient case studies and spot-on illustrations, the reader is taken through a journey into an enlightening truth about why people struggle with psychological issues such as anxiety, addiction, negative emotions and unwanted behaviours. Arthur removes the mystery of the mind, and reveals what he does to achieve consistent results with patients. This book is written to prevent suffering. Today you are at risk by default because of the standard approaches involving medication. Readers are shown how to protect themselves and their families- a must read for anyone considering therapy or struggling to overcome a personal hurdle.
Psychology

Neuro-Linguistic Programming in Alcoholism Treatment

Author: Bruce Carruth

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 200

View: 919

Here is a practical and clearly written guide to the use of Neuro-Linguistic Programming in the treatment of alcoholism and other addictions. This comprehensive volume illustrates how the focus of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) on the individual and the family increases the effectiveness of counseling by targeting the uniqueness of each individual and his or her family system. Professionals will also learn how NLP facilitates effective interventions and helps alcoholics create internal coping skills to begin and maintain the recovery process. Neuro-Linguistic Programming in Alcoholism Treatment is a wealth of innovative, state-of-the-art information on the history of NLP, basic NLP assumptions, concepts for establishing rapport with clients, and essential family participation in NLP. Each chapter directs itself either to a specific NLP technique, featuring clear case demonstrations and a step-by-step outline for applying the technique to the development of the counseling process in working with addicted systems, or to a particular group affected by addiction, such as alcoholics, children of alcoholics, or the addicted family as a unit. Clinicians focus on alcoholism and other addictions as treatable conditions, applying specific strategies and techniques--initially developed in Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Hypnotherapy--adapted to meet the demands of alcoholism and addiction treatment specialists. This important volume allows for a substantial increase in the repertoire of treatment choices available to professionals and enables clinicians to individualize treatment. An extensive bibliography is included to further assist readers in gaining additional skills in the treatment of alcoholics and other addicts.
Psychology

Boundaries in Human Relationships

Author: Anne Linden

Publisher: Crown House Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 200

View: 465

The most important distinction we can ever make in our lives is between who we are as an individual and our connection with others. Can we truly love another and be a whole, complete and unique person? How do we know the difference between our fear and a partner's or between our past anger and our here-and-now anger? The answer lies with boundaries - and this is a practical guide to unlocking these mysteries.
Multiple intelligences

Multiple Intelligences & Personality Type

Author: Dario Nardi

Publisher: Telos Publications

ISBN:

Category: Multiple intelligences

Page: 129

View: 776

"The tools and strategies outlined in this book are more than just self-tests, an inner exploration, or a one-time academic journey on the topic of intelligence. Rather, this book is designed to teach you flexible tools and some important new perspectives so that you can tap your creative potential, fulfill goals and ideals, discover new outcomes, and better help others realize their potential as part of a larger shared vision, system, or organization."--Publisher's description.
Psychology

Neurolinguistic Programming in Clinical Settings

Author: Lisa de Rijk

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 248

View: 922

Neurolinguistic Programming in Clinical Settings provides a theoretical framework for the clinical applications of Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) protocols in mental health. It offers evidence-based models for a range of conditions; including PTSD, anxiety and depression, grief, phobias and binge-eating. Providing a follow up to the 2014 book The Clinical Effectiveness of Neurolinguistic Programming, this book updates the existing research evidence for NLP interventions with mental health clinical conditions. It includes further evidence for its use with somatoform disorders, anxiety and depression, and as a general psychotherapy modality. The book outlines up-to-date evidence from clinical trials that demonstrate the success rate of NLP with PTSD populations and discusses how ongoing randomised clinical trials at Kings College London are demonstrating the clinical effectiveness of NLP protocols and are becoming more widely accepted by mainstream mental health care. Written by a team of internationally academically informed clinicians and researchers, the book will be key reading for academics, researchers and post-graduate students in the field of mental health research, psychotherapy and counselling. It will also be of interest to clinicians and mental health professionals interested in NLP as a therapeutic modality.