Personification discusses the theory behind multiplicity of the
person and considers the implications that the relationships
between the different parts of the same person have in practice.
Providing both historical and contemporary insights John Rowan
reveals new thinking and research in the field, as well as offering
guidelines for using this information in practice.
The book also looks closely at the practice of personification a
" a technique involving the turning of a problem into a person and
allowing a two-way dialogue through which the inner critic can be
addressed and explored.
As such areas of discussion include:
- the use of multiplicity in therapy
- group work and the dialogical self
- the transpersonal
This practical, straightforward book will be ideal reading for
anyone using personification in their therapeutic work, including
psychotherapists, counsellors and coaches.
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