On This Journey We Call Our Life: Living the Questions

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I note this because various forms of therapy work better when they're sensitively and appropriately combined with medication. We are therefore saying that we believe we are okay but those others are awful (underneath this there may be a belief that we are not okay either but we feel better by putting someone else down). The main focus of my practice is spiritual counseling. I believe in giving attention to the entire framework of the client�s life, in the context of exploring meaning and value while promoting growth and desire to live authentically and in accordance with one�s own ideals, priorities and values.

Pages: 157

Publisher: Inner City Books; First Edition edition (January 1, 2003)

ISBN: 1894574044

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