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Shame and Attachment Loss

The Practical Work of Reparative Therapy
Narrated by: Jeremy Schwab
Length: 24 hrs and 39 mins
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Bringing together a Judeo-Christian anthropology with biological and psychodynamic theories of human development and sexuality, psychologist Joseph Nicolosi details the therapeutic techniques of reparative therapy he has developed over the past decades. Written in three parts, the book first describes the nature of the psychodynamics of same-sex attraction as understood in the reparative therapy approach. The second part describes the various phases of treatment. The final part deals with walking clients through the process of grieving and the healing of their wounding. Endorsed by numerous notable leaders in psychotherapy, Nicolosi offers practical guidance for counselors and therapists who want to offer reparative therapy to those seeking change.

Revised edition with new chapter on EMDR.

©2016 Linda Nicolosi (P)2018 Linda Nicolosi

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For Truth about Reparative Therapy

This is a must-listen. Really shows how reparative therapy for unwanted same-sex attraction is just plain, good, time-tested therapy. The clinical insights are profound. The session transcripts are very helpful.

Jeremy does excellent work reading. Great pacing and enunciation. He even makes the client and therapist sound like separate people in the dialogue sections. Only quibble: he makes the common mistake of mispronouncing dissociation as disassociation.

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Wonderful Book

Very well written and well researched. I wish I had this book many years ago. But at least I have it now. Really helps me. I know it will help others to whom that I tell about it. Very enlightening.

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