By George W. Burns
A call for participation to watch and research the healing paintings of storytellingHealing with tales brings jointly a stellar number of the various world's so much admired practitioners, taking you inside of their considering and approaches for operating with metaphors. They characterize the landscape of metaphor perform in psychotherapy at the present time with thought of, funny, and compassionate case examples that step you thru the intricacies for replicating their paintings on your personal. this can be a ebook for kin therapists who paintings with teenagers, adults, and households, in addition to for hypnotherapists, cognitive behavioral therapists, narrative therapists, dynamic therapists, solution-focused therapists, and baby therapists. in reality, all therapists who desire to converse their healing messages with the best effectiveness will locate this publication to be a necessary and beneficial medical tool.Contributors include:* Richard Kopp* Julie H. Linden* Mikaela J. Hildebrandt* Lindsay B. Fletcher* Steven C. Hayes * Michael D. Yapko* Valerie E. Lewis* Gregory Smit* pleasure Nel* Christine Perry * Joyce C. turbines* Rubin Battino * Carol A Hicks-Lankton* Wendel A. Ray* Jana P. Sutton* Robert McNeilly* Roxanna Erickson-Klein* Angela Ebert * Hasham Al Musawi* Teresa Garcia-Sanchez* George W. BurnsPraise for therapeutic with Stories"George Burns has performed knowledgeable task of compiling a definitive paintings that demystifies the ever-versatile metaphor. no matter if you're a amateur or a professional clinician, you can find a treasury of tale interventions besides the 'inside scoop' on how each one used to be created and utilized to carry good fortune in nineteen unforgettable case chapters. larger but, you possibly can create your individual therapeutic metaphors due to the specialist advice of a variety of proficient storytellers. do not fail to see this one!"--Maggie Phillips, PhD, writer of discovering the strength to Heal and coauthor of therapeutic the Divided Self"If you need to be encouraged, entertained, and enlightened, therapeutic with tales is the publication to learn. George Burns, a grasp storyteller, has assembled an artistic, varied crew of clinicians to percentage their rules approximately how metaphor can be utilized with various difficulties and consumers. the result's a desirable array of insights into metaphor's position within the therapeutic process."--Richard G. Whiteside, MSW, writer of turning into Dragon
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Look at the way children sit wide-eyed listening to a teacher read from a storybook, or beg for a bedtime tale. Observe how adults ﬂock to movies, devour a novel, or delight over stories shared around the table at a dinner party. Notice what happens as you begin to tell clients a therapeutic metaphor. What changes are there in their indexes of attention? What happens to their eye contact with you, their rate of respiration, and the amount of bodily movement? Metaphors and stories attract, with the result that listeners are drawn to both the tale and the message or learning embedded in the tale.
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Chronologically she reported being sexually abused as a younger child by her father and a close family friend. She suffered a growth disorder that resulted in a short, rotund physique and was consequently the butt of other kids’ jokes at school. Neither academic nor athletic, she could not excel where her peers did. Her marriage was difﬁcult and unhappy, but she held it together. Two of her four children developed the same congenital growth disorder as Mary and, not wanting them to suffer as she had, she put them on a treatment program of growth hormones, only to discover years later that some batches had been contaminated and her kids were now at risk of developing the fatal Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD).