- Paperback: 270 pages
- Publisher: O Books (4 Jun. 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1846941911
- ISBN-13: 978-1846941917
- Product Dimensions: 14.4 x 1.5 x 22.1 cm
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 938,932 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Listening to the Other: A Practical Approach to Listening Skills: A New Approach to Counselling and Listening Skills Paperback – 4 Jun 2009
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Driven by strong compassionate principles, but never preaching, the reader should be warned; this is a book which can change your life! Pass the stone! --Dr Peter Norrie PhD, MSc, RGN, MIBiol, HND,, Principle Lecturer in Nursing, De Montfort University,Leicester
This book also addresses issues of spirituality, a subject which I am involved in researching in relation to social work training, so I found the book really interesting on that level also. --Cordelia Grimwood, Senior lecturer in Social Work at the University of East London
Caroline Brazier invites the reader to utilise their own inner wisdom in their interactions with others. Highly recommended to all who seek to develop their capacity to work effectively with others. --Stephen Paul, Co-Editor, The Therapeutic Relationship: Perspectives and Themes (2008) PCCS, Director The Centre for Psychological
About the Author
Caroline Brazier has many years of involvement in inter-personal work in a variety of educational and community based settings. In these she has offered compassionate listening in a wide range of settings and come to recognise its value both to individual wellbeing and to the social fabric of communities. Having practised as a psychotherapist for more than fifteen years, she is now involved in hospital chaplaincy work, and spends her time organising and teaching on the Amida training programme for therapists and chaplains, travelling, writing and supporting other aspects of the work of the Amida Buddhist community. Caroline is a founder member of Amida Order and has lived for the past few years in its spiritual community in Leicester. She is married with three adult children. The Amida Order can be contacted on www.amidatrust.com
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