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Introduces a practical self-help program designed to help individuals avoid victimization, explaining how to use the technique of behavioral psychotherapy to enchance personal esteem and effectiveness
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The authors, a psychotherapist and a professional writer, employ a behavior therapy approach that acknowledges the distorting role of some preconscious and even unconscious processes in our everyday relationship problems. To help us gain a measure of self-esteem, they describe detailed alternative adaptive reactions to specific situations that induce us to re-enact our emotional victimization roles. The many true-life vignettes are apt and credible; each is followed by a personal devictimization program based on an integration of behavior therapy principles and psychoanalytic concepts of needs and blocked memories. Wide-ranging, practical, well-organizedthis is one self-help book that delivers. Highly recommended. William Abrams, Portland State Univ. Lib., Ore.
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Book Description FUTURA PUBLICATIONS, 1991. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110708842097