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Early Memories: Theory, Research, and Practice. Edition No. 1 - Product Image

Early Memories: Theory, Research, and Practice. Edition No. 1

  • Published: January 2009
  • Region: Global
  • 236 Pages
  • VDM Publishing House

Health professionals working in the area of
counselling are always interested in getting to the
essence of their client’s underlying problems. This
book draws upon diverse theories from Adler to Beck
and upon the work of leading practitioners such as
Bruhn (Early Memories) and Young (Early Maladaptive
Schemas). It complements theory with research
findings and practice into this fascinating area of
early memories. The author conducted studies that
analysed the content of more than 2000 early memories
and found important links between memories and
people’s current problems. This work gives insight as
to how early memories can be effectively utilised in
research and therapy to reveal people’s core issues
and concerns. It has multiple uses for students,
scholars, counselling practitioners and people
interested in understanding early memories. “Stephen
Theiler's work is a throwback to those bygone days of
meticulous scholarship, thoroughness, and grasp of
the literature. I can give no greater compliment when
I say that people interested in early memories and
autobiographical memory can read his study and be
advised of anything important to that date”. Arnold
R. Bruhn (2009)

Stephen, Theiler.
Stephen Theiler, PhD: is a counselling psychologist working in
private practice since 1991. He studied psychology at Swinburne
University of Technology and is now a Senior Lecturer there. He
has been awarded the Vice Chancellor’s Excellent Teacher award
and also a National Carrick Award. He is married with four
children and one grandchild.

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