Counseling, Groups and Self-Help
Eva Madelung, Ph.D., and Barbara Innecken underscore the meaning of "the whole is greater than the sum of its parts" as they present an innovative new synthesis, rooted in art therapy and systemic work, to enable meaningful connection at the counseling, self-help, and group levels. "Neuro-imaginative gestalting" encourages therapeutic creativity and individual self-exploration through an integration of constructivist oriented methods, such as NLP, De Shazer's short-term therapy, Heidelberger family therapy, and the phenomenological family constellation therapy of Bert Hellinger.
Entering Inner Images clearly maps the working perspective, offering enlightening case material along the way.
(A Carl-Auer International Book, distributed in the U.S. by Zeig, Tucker & Theisen, Inc.)
ISBN 1-932462-05-8 2004 Softcover, 208 pages $29.95