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Shrinking the Judge : Freeing the Inner Child

Malter, Rosalie, Rick

Editore: Malter Institute for Natural Development, 1998
ISBN 10: 0874183227 / ISBN 13: 9780874183221
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Titolo: Shrinking the Judge : Freeing the Inner ...

Casa editrice: Malter Institute for Natural Development

Data di pubblicazione: 1998

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Riassunto: Shrinking the Judge: Freeing the Inner Child describes the Judge part of everyone's personality and how the Judge dominates a person's Inner Child part. The book makes it easy for most people to gain a better understanding of their experience with the Judge in themselves and in others around them. Many personal stories in the book help to illustrate how the Judge can bring on anxiety or depression, how the Judge fuels addictions and dysfunctional behavior. The authors use many examples to show how it is possible to "shrink" a person's Judge image and free the Inner Child. This results in increased self-confidence, joy in living, more creativity, and greater experience of spirituality. One client told the author that this is the best "self-help" book she has ever found. She could dump all of the rest of her self-help books, but she constantly makes use of Shrinking the Judge: Freeing the Inner Child. She discovers something new every time she picks up the book.

L'autore: Rick & Rosalie Malter grew up in Chicago, Illinois. They are both graduates of the University of Illinois. Rick earned his Ph.D. in School Psychology in 1971. Rosalie earned her B.S. degree in Occupational Therapy and an in Counseling from Roosevelt University in Chicago. They have 4 grown children and 7 grandchildren. Since 1979, Rosalie and Rick Malter have bee co-directors of the Malter Institute for Natural Development. The Malters are creative and innovative therapists who use combinations of gestalt, art therapy, transactional analysis (TA), and intuition in guiding people to release their emotional blocks so that they may develop their full potential on all levels --- body, mind, and spirit. "Shrinking the Judge" is a crucial part of this therapy and personal growth. Nutrition based on hair tissue mineral analysis (TMA) helps to support this entire process.

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