Freedom from Your Inner Critic: A Self-Therapy Approach

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Does this sound familiar? You are trying to go along with your life, make progress, be creative and successful, and there it is. That voice of judgment and criticism, maybe even shame. No matter what the voice says it stings and it can make progress seemingly inaccessible. It is debilitating, even in the smallest doses. At one or more times in our lives we have come face to face with this lethal burden. How does one combat this?

Dr. Jay Earley states, “We can’t silence the Inner Critic by fighting it or giving in to its demands. But there is a way to transform it in to an invaluable ally.” Through carefully crafted strategies Freedom From Your Inner Critic delivers an in-depth self-therapy approach. Both Earley (transformational therapist) and Bonnie Weiss (psychotherapist) lead the reader through Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapy, “a groundbreaking approach that makes constructive inner dialogue possible”. Discussion and guidance through easy to understand description and examples enables the reader to follow along as if in a session. Starting at the root of the issue “Getting to Know Your Inner Critic” and stemming into transformation and “Awakening Your Inner Champion” the reader will have comprehensive knowledge and be better equipped to move forward in success.

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Star Count 4/5
Format Trade
Page Count 240 pages
Publisher Sounds True
Publish Date 2013-Sep-01
ISBN 9781604079425 Buy this Book
Issue February 2014
Category Self-Help


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