From Conflict To Resolution: Skills And Strategies For Individual Couple And Family Therapy

Paperback | January 4, 1994

bySusan Heitler

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In a dramatic theoretical breakthrough, psychologist Susan M. Heitler unites various schools of therapy with a powerful insight: Conflicts, within and between people, lie at the core of emotional distress. Emotional healing depends on movement from conflict to resolution; therapists, whatever their belief system, serve as guides along the way. Conflict resolution strategies are described in lively case examples.

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In a dramatic theoretical breakthrough, psychologist Susan M. Hitler unites various schools of therapy with a powerful insight: Conflicts, within and between people, lie at the core of emotional distress. Emotional healing depends on movement from conflict to resolution; therapists, whatever their belief system, serve as guides along t...

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In a dramatic theoretical breakthrough, psychologist Susan M. Heitler unites various schools of therapy with a powerful insight: Conflicts, within and between people, lie at the core of emotional distress. Emotional healing depends on movement from conflict to resolution; therapists, whatever their belief system, serve as guides along ...

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In a dramatic theoretical breakthrough, psychologist Susan M. Hitler unites various schools of therapy with a powerful insight: Conflicts, within and between people, lie at the core of emotional distress. Emotional healing depends on movement from conflict to resolution; therapists, whatever their belief system, serve as guides along t...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:368 pages, 9.25 × 6.15 × 0.99 inPublished:January 4, 1994Publisher:WW Norton

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In a dramatic theoretical breakthrough, psychologist Susan M. Hitler unites various schools of therapy with a powerful insight: Conflicts, within and between people, lie at the core of emotional distress. Emotional healing depends on movement from conflict to resolution; therapists, whatever their belief system, serve as guides along the way. Conflict resolution strategies are described in lively case examples.