REJOINING JOY: Volume 6 The Best of Rejoining Joy

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About the author:
Gerald Young, Ph.D., C. Psych., is a university professor, researcher, and clinician. He teaches in the Psychology Department of Glendon College, York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He also gives continuing education workshops to other psychologists. His practice focuses on rehabilitation and on family/ couple counseling. He has published five research books, as sole author or as first co-author. In particular, they have been in the areas of psychological injury and law and of human development. He edits a journal called Psychological Injury and Law, and is the president of the nonprofit society that houses it (www.asapil.net). He has appeared in court about his cases. He writes a blog for Psychology Today called Rejoining Joy, and has written a self-help book series called Rejoining Joy. There are eight books in the series, and they cover destressing, emotions, and daily living, in particular.

On the personal side, Dr. Young enjoys his family, including his grandchildren. Also, he enjoys activities such as photography, drawing, reading, poetry, working out, and basketball. Simply put, he likes to express himself and to help others become themselves.

REJOINING JOY: Volume 6 The Best of Rejoining Joy
 

Authored by Dr. Gerald Young

Book six of the book series represents its crowning achievement. It consists of excerpts of the best material, especially from books III, IV, and V of the first five books in the series. I selected those figures and accompanying text that provide the clearest description of the book series - major messages and its best therapeutic self-help skills. The excerpted book offers a concise presentation of the book series contents, allowing the reader to consult the complete series for more in-depth reading.


Publication Date:
2011-07-01
ISBN/EAN13:
1897478089 / 9781897478080
Page Count:
296
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
8.5" x 11"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White with Bleed
Related Categories:
Psychology / General




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