Join Misty Marr on her journey through preterm labor. Misty has walked through preterm labor multiple times, initially treating conventionally, suffering through a myriad of side effects and having emergency hospital births and a preemie. As she learned more about natural options, Misty was able to work towards treating her preterm labor naturally, and eventually eliminating it all together.This guide to treating and preventing preterm labor takes you through the specifics of what Misty has researched and learned through this journey. This information is applicable to any pregnant woman and includes tips to help us all have a happy, healthy, natural pregnancy.Although related to "Lessons Learned: My Journey Through Pregnancy, Miscarriage, and Preterm Labor," this booklet of 77 pages is focused on the practical side of my experiences treating preterm labor.
It is your enemy when you think about not being embarrassed in public, it is your biggest enemy when you know you cannot wear dark dresses just because you have it and it is something you have because of the uneasy itchiness it causes. I am talking about nothing but dandruff here. Dandruff or seborrhea is the most common scalp disease that affects at least two out of five people. And now you may come to a conclusion what made me write this book. Yes! Even I was a victim of dandruff until I met enough dermatologists to come to a conclusion that it can be get rid of permanently but to say 'Goodbye' to dandruff forever, you may have to consider every single exercise I am suggesting in the chapters of this book.
Treating Dissociative and Personality Disorders draws on major theorists and the very latest research to help formulate and introduce the Relational/Multi-Motivational Therapeutic Approach (REMOTA), a new model for treating such patients within a clinical psychoanalytic setting.
Supported by her fellow contributors, Antonella Ivaldi provides an overview of existing theories and evidence for their effectiveness in practice, sets out her own theory in detail and provides rich clinical detail to demonstrate the advantages of the REMOTA model as applied in a clinical setting. The narratives in this book show how it is possible to integrate different contributions within a multidimensional aetiopathogenic treatment model, which considers the mind as a manifestation of the relationship between body and world. From a conceptual perspective, according to which consciousness emerges and develops in the interpersonal dimension, this book shows how it becomes possible to understand, in the therapeutic space, what stands in the way of sound personal functioning, and how to create the conditions for improving this.
Treating Dissociative and Personality Disorders will be highly useful in addressing the particular clusters of symptoms presented by patients, stimulating therapists of different backgrounds to explore the complexity of human nature. On reading this book, it will become clear that theories can truly become useful instruments, if approached with a critical mind and with humbleness, in order to venture into what we do not know and will never know completely: the relationship with the other, unique and irreplaceable.
Treating Dissociative and Personality Disorders provides an integrative and comparative new approach that will be indispensable for combining relational clinical knowing and motivational theories. ItÂ will appeal to psychoanalysts and psychotherapists, especially those in training, clinicians of different backgrounds interested in comparative psychotherapy, as well as social workers and graduate and postgraduate students.
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