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Ethics of Caring: Honoring the Web of Life in Our Professional Healing Relationships [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Kylea Taylor , Jack Kornfield

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Covers many of the ethical issues confronting therapists 7. Februar 1998
Von "ramonam" - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a very useful tool for any therapist, whether a mainstream counselor or doctor, or practitioners of complementary modalities such as massage. It discusses in plain language the ethical dilemmas we are all confronted by in our daily practice. I particularly appreciated the explanation of a client's vulnerability while in an altered state such as hypnosis or the deep relaxation produced by massage. The author also addresses the vulnerability of the therapist when faced with a client's issues that hook into the therapist's issues, creating a very murky situation indeed. The author assists us to provide appropriate loving care to our clients without violating boundaries.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Comprehensive and visionary 13. Januar 2001
Von Mu - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Too often, ethical questions are considered dreary subjects best left to a committee. This book helps us see ethics as integrally related to how we do our work, and to our own personal growth. It also embraces a wide spectrum of consciousness, in a systematic way. It is particularly remarkable for its emphasis on non-ordinary states of consciousness, and how to handle these intense experiences when they occur in our work with clients (whether deliberately induced or occurring spontaneously). The Ethics of Caring will be especially valuable for trainee caregivers, supervisors, clients looking for the appropriate therapist, and any professionals who finds themselves, as we all do from time to time, out of our depth.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Clarifying 1. Februar 2010
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This book was required reading for my while I was studying to attain my Reiki Master's certificate. I expected a rather dull ethics book, but this book is nothing even near dull. It takes the ethics of healing touch to a completely different (and clearer) level and gave me a much better understanding of my role as a Reiki Master. I understand why my teacher has her students study this book because of the depth of some of the issues are addressed in such a clear fashion that there can be no question as to how to handle them. It even covered things that I would have never thought of and explained our role explicitly. To me, it should be a must for anyone going into a healing touch profession whether it be Reiki or massage therapy or any related practices. We are responsible for our clients well-being and this is the overall theme of this book. Excellent source and easy reading.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Most pallitable ethic book I've read 17. September 2007
Von Sharon Wheeler - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book covers a myriad of therapies. The format and scope was very appealing to me. It was not dry like most books I have read on ethics. A must for Complementary and Alternative practitioners.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Review on Kylea Taylor's book: The Ethics of Caring 4. Februar 2014
Von Ubaldo Morales Ramos - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If you are reading this review, it means you already have first hand knowledge about ordinary and non ordinary states of consciousness and you are now interested in the deeper "sitting" experience. If not, then go back to Kylea's first book,"The breath Work Experience" and get someone to teach you appropriate breathing techniques. Or find any of the so many forms you can undergo to open the depth of non ordinary space. Today there is even a molecule that would do it in 15 minutes, something I am sure does not surprises Kylea, as it was in 95, the year this book was published, that the molecule was formally given its deserved attention and respect.

What becomes important in this book is the still deeper set and setting sitter experience.

The turn of the century and later years that followed 1995 would see our present subject under discussion divided into two mayor views regarding the matter, two perspectives: Kylea Taylor's and Wolfgang Giegerich's.

Back then Kylea Taylor's young presence was emerging from the hands of a revitalized freudian researcher by the name of Stanislav Grof. In this, her second book, we discover the crystal sharp and well written theoretical proposition to add (more like life-inject) the dimension of non-ordinary states of consciousness right into Freudian transferential ideas, heart of Freudian theory.

Wow!

The other psychological presence at the time was an interesting philosophical way to present psychological and ethical issues by declaring the non ordinary itself as "neurotically fabricated" and obsolete... and period... gone! No more talking about and therefore transferential dynamic matter terms were replaced in importance by a new face phrase: "the psychological difference", a concept that would become the heart-core of Wolfgang Giegerich.

Looking at them both now from a distant, we could say that Kylea Taylor was making an attempt to incorporate spirituality into Freudian ideas, while Giegerich was doing exactly the reversal: Making all attempts to take away from Jungian thought the importance given to synchronicity and to the "fabricated" mystical.

Which of the two ideas do you think fits our present reality best today?

Both plus their difference? I think I'll choose to be a participatory sitter for this second decade. it is is Kylea's decade and she is accompanied by a large group of enlightened interpersonal Jungians and a lot of interesting Consciousness, Cultural and historical research backing her crisp thought. She is also one of the best psychological researcher, crystal clear writer and teacher I have ever read.

Ubaldo Morales-Ramos
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