From the unique vantage point of the inner sanctum of a psychologist's office, listeners have a front row seat for the therapeutic process, witness the benefits of mind/body strategies, and gain insight from the experiences of others.
Randy Kamen guides six women through a variety of life challenges and transitions. From their conversations, listeners will discover how to manage low self-esteem, unsatisfying relationships, work-life imbalance, aging, divorce, empty-nest syndrome, aging parents, and the loss of a loved one. Dr. Kamen weaves together a blend of insight, cognitive behavioral therapy, and positive psychology that are easy to apply, such as breath-work, meditation, mindfulness, visualization, self-hypnosis, tolerating painful emotions, savoring positive experiences, and creating joy in everyday life.
- Includes an important recurring feature articulating self-help tools and strategies applicable to a variety of issues
- The narrative is conversational, reflecting the interplay between a psychologist and a client
- Listeners are invited to an insider's perspective regarding what transpires in a therapeutic environment
Randy Kamen EdD is a psychologist and educator who helped pioneer new territory in mind-body medicine at Boston University's School of Medicine and Harvard's Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital. For over 25 years, she has been integrating insight oriented and cognitive behavioral therapy with holistic methods in her research and clinical work. She resides in Wayland, MA.
What members say
easy and enjoyable listening
Notthing new to me, but still it was interesting to go through other people's experiences and think again about how to incorporate breathing and meditation in my life. The narrator's clear but calm and soothing voice gies well with this book.
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