PsyCoFullness es una palabra que sintetiza la frase " Psychology & Coaching for a fullness life", es decir , PsicologÃa y Coaching para una vida plena. Dichas Ã¡reas de conocimiento nos proporcionan herramientas imprescindibles para avanzar en el camino hacia un mayor bienestar.Lo que te propongo con esta obra es poner en prÃ¡ctica una serie de estrategias procedentes de la PsicologÃa Positiva y del Coaching, a travÃ©s de la escritura terapÃ©utica, las manifestaciones artÃsticas, el uso adecuado del lenguaje y diversas dinÃ¡micas.Se trata de un conjunto de conocimientos y actividades que pueden resultar Ãºtiles tanto en el Ã¡mbito personal como profesional, pasando por el educativo, hasta la consulta psicolÃ³gica o los procesos de coaching.Todo cambio positivo en nuestra vida parte del autoconocimiento. No nos podremos fijar objetivos que realmente nos lleven a la plenitud si no nos conocemos en profundidad a nosotros mismos primero. Si no es asÃ, transitaremos un camino dirigido por las circunstancias externas o por lo que otros creen que es mejor para nosotros. En este libro te ayudarÃ© a plantearte unos objetivos donde el protagonista eres tÃº, y el camino que recorras sea hacia tu Yo ideal. Cambiando tu actitud ante las circunstancias y la influencia de los demÃ¡s, dejarÃ¡s de estar a merced de ellas, para pasar a actuar sobre tu propia vida.En este viaje te encontrarÃ¡s con muchas resistencias que no sabÃas que tenÃas, como pensamientos limitadores, distorsiones cognitivas y conflictos interpersonales, asÃ como determinadas emociones desagradables como el miedo , la ira , la tristeza y el pesimismo. Pero por otro lado aprenderÃ¡s a reconocer y desarrollar tus propias fortalezas como la autoestima, la motivaciÃ³n , el sentido del humor, la gratitud y la espiritualidad.Â¿EstÃ¡s preparado para cambiar tu vida?Recuerda que el primer paso lo das tÃº.
A Restored Vessel
Author: Nicole C. Barber
Publisher: Xulon Press
A Journey From Brokenness To Wholeness A Restored Vessel reveals the underlying issues of sexual abuse and domestic violence through an in-depth and candid perspective. The author invites the reader to witness the restoration process of an individual who was immobilized by trauma. This book will equip you with skills and provide you with a personal testament on how to cope with trauma related events. Learn how to: recognize the role of emotional addiction in abuse identify the grief process of individuals confronted with trauma break the emotional addictive cycle stop living under false misconceptions and beliefs acknowledge the warning signs of a dysfunctional relationship discover your purpose, your talents and your gifts reprogram your negative thinking into positive thinking construct therapeutic, practical and spiritual goals Nicole Barber, MA, CAS, LCPC, NCC has over 16 years of experience working with individuals confronted with mental health, familial and spiritual dilemmas. She is a licensed clinical professional counselor who provides psychotherapy to children, adolescents, adults and their families. Moreover, she is an ordained minister. These positions allow her to provide counseling to individuals who have encountered abuse, domestic violence, sexual assault, prostitution, incest, and emotional addiction. Currently, she holds the professional positions as the East Regional Director of the Black African American Christian Counselors and the Program Director of a Christian counseling facility.
No Cloak No Dagger
Author: Grace Stoddard
Publisher: Wheatmark, Inc.
The story of a British spy from the intense training, to undercover work fighting the Nazis and to his efforts to change the way former spies are forced to keep certain secrets forever.
Author: Eleanor S. Angeles
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Real Life Writing is an ideal tool for teaching writing to adults who are learning ESL or who are at the pre-GED level. With examples based on real-life situations that your students are eager to master--from filling out a job application to writing a memo to a boss--this book is sure to keep them interested and motivated. For use with Grades 7 and Up.
The Ambivalent Consumer
Author: Sheldon M. Garon, Patricia L. Maclachlan
Publisher: Cornell University Press
A comparative examination of the ambivalence provoked, especially in East and Southeast Asia, by the global spread of "American" consumer culture.
This practical guide and reference serves as a unified source book for students and professionals, and it provides a solid basis for further studies in more specialized literature. Based Princeâ€™s decades of practical experience, it can be recommended as an introduction for beginners in crystallography, as a refresher and handy guide for crystallographers working on specific problems, and as a reference for others seeking a dictionary of basic mathematical and crystallographic terms. The third edition further clarifies key points.
Author: Professor of City and Regional Planning Irene Tinker, Arvonne S. Fraser, Irene Tinker
Publisher: Feminist Press at CUNY
Founders of the global women's movement share personal accounts about the trials and challenges of their work.
A biography of the African American scientist describes how he overcame tremendous hardship to receive a college education and make important discoveries in the field of agriculture.
This book is a collection of stories and poems about Multiple Sclerosis and it's effects. This book covers the effect of people with this disease and caregivers of those with MS. The stories range from those diagnosed months ago to those who have lived with this disease for 25+ years. The people in the book come from every region of the world and every life style. They all have one thing in common, the have MS and they continue to live! A must have for those with Multiple Sclerosis
Author: Diana Hendry
Publisher: Bridgewater Books
A kitten does not like it when his mother goes away without him, but after enjoying some time by himself, he understands why she does it.
Describes the activities of two guinea pigs from the time they are born until they are two months old.
Western New York Weather Guide
Author: Tom Jolls, Brian Meyer, Joseph Van Meer
Publisher: Western New York Wares Incorporated
Readers will not want any "winterruptions" as they breeze through this lively, information-packed guide on Western New York weather. Veteran weatherman Tom Jolls worked with award-winning journalist Brian Meyer and researcher Joe Van Meer to craft a unique almanac crammed with humorous, dramatic and educational slices-of-life, all of which focus on the four seasons. The book is filled with hundreds of fascinating local weather tidbits, charts and even trivia questions. The chapters include: Weirdest Happenings on the Weather Outside The Blizzard of '77 The Year There was No Summer Weather Myths Buffalonians recall their worst weather nightmares The coldest days, warmest days and snowiest days in history. Twisters on the Niagara Frontier Weather Glossary Western New York Weather IQ Test The Western New York Weather Guide also includes more than 20 photos and many user-friendly charts which help readers to pinpoint milestone weather events on specific days.
The Five Strategies for Decreasing Conflict and Increasing Collaboration: 1. Clarify the Culture - identifies the systems, processes and protocols that comprise the nature of the workplace 2. Know Your Character - explains the impact of individual character on the workplace 3. Respect Myself - offers strategies for emotional balance while working with others. 4. Respect Others - provides practical skills and tactics for effective collaboration 5. Harness Conflict - delivers effective suggestions for managing negative and positive conflict