Recreating Your Self: Building Self-Esteem Through Imaging and Self-Hypnosis (Paperback)
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"This compelling and considerate guide very gently yet powerfully shows the adult child how to develop a strong and solid sense of self."—Emily J. Marlin, C.S.W.
For people who were emotionally and physically wounded as children, the journey from childhood to adulthood is a constant struggle with shame, self-criticism, and fear. This book shows these adult children of dysfunctional families how to use self-hypnosis to resolve the effects of abuse, to build a healing relationship with the child within and an inspiring one with the future self, and to give back "hand-me-downs" that are causing pain. The author's stories and hypnotic strategies emphasize self-acceptance, healing old wounds, and getting on with life. Explicit exercises and self-hypnotic scripts, clearly explained and set within a framework that enables readers to make sense of their experiences, give people the tools they need to create a resilient, healthy self.
About the Author
Nancy J. Napier is a marriage and family therapist in private practice in New York City. She is a former president of the New York Society for the Study of Multiple Personality and Dissociative Disorders, a board member of the New York Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, and a past board member of the New York Milton H. Erickson Society for Psychotherapy and Hypnosis. She is the author of several books, including Sacred Practices for Conscious Living.
Teaches us how to take the risk of trusting our inner mind to heal and recreate ourselves. This is a solid and highly practical book.
— Daniel L. Araoz, Ed.D.
This compelling and considerate guide very gently yet powerfully shows the adult child how to develop a strong and solid sense of self.
— Emily J. Marlin, C.S.W.