The pioneering creator, with Robert Goulding, of Redecision Therapy, Mary Goulding has never been one to mince words. In her latest book, she discusses many important things, from practical applications of Redecision Therapy to atheism in America, the promulgation of ignorance about Cuba (and other nations), hatred of the poor and, especially, growing old. These topics and others fill the pages of this slim book. Provocative, poignant, and passionate, hers is a unique voice still hopeful that we can climb out of our apathetic haze to answer the crisis that is our world at a cossroads. Contents include: Transactional Analysis and Redecision Therapy, A Redecision Workshop, Nature and Nurture, Old Age, Some Injunctions of Old Age, What are You Doing with the Rest of Your Life?, I Am Interrupting This Program.
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Mary Goulding, MSW, is a Teaching Member of the International Transactional Analysis Association and a founder of the Redecision Therapy Association. She and her husband, the late Robert L. Goulding, MD, developed Redecision therapy, a system of brief psychotherapy based on transactional analysis theory and their own redecision techniques. For over twenty years they co-directed the Western Institute For Group and Family Therapy in Watsonville, California, and taught psychotherapists across the world. Mary Goulding is one of three women and the only social worker to be honored by the Milton Erickson Foundation as a major presenter at all of the Evolution of Psychotherapy conferences. She has lectured and presented workshops at ITAA, AGPA, and both APAs, as well as at colleges and universities. She is the author or co-author of eight books, including Who's Been Living in Your Head? (Zeig, Tucker & Theisen, 2006), Changing Lives Through Redecision Therapy, Sweet Love Remembered: Bob Goulding and Redecision Therapy, Not To Worry!: How to Free Yourself from Unnecessary Anxiety & Channel Your Worries into Positive Action, A Time to Say Good-Bye: Moving Beyond Loss, and The Power Is in the Patient: A TA/Gestalt Approach to Psychotherapy.Review:
There s more in this small book than in many larger volumes. Mary is a great psychotherapist, and her writing is so direct and evocative.... She s such a sharp lady with a tender heart. Curtis Steele & Nancy Porter-Steele --Transactional Analysis Journal
I truly recommend this book. It s like inviting her over to your home, enjoying her, learning, laughing, and experiencing her special closeness. Espero lo disfruten tanto como Yo I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Sandra Zorrilla McLellan de Landa, MA, family systems therapist and community organizer --Personal Communication
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Book Description Zeig, Tucker & Theisen, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 1st edition. 100 pages. 8.80x5.80x0.30 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 1934442216