Ego State Therapy

By: Gordon Emmerson


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Size: 234mm x 156mm

Pages : 232

ISBN: 9781845900793

Format: Paperback

Published: September 2007


What lies in the dark unconscious expanse of our psyche?

What causes the words we hear in our mind?

What internal dynamic produces depression, panic attacks, and addiction?

How can learning what is inside bring back the love and wonder of childhood?

Mastering Ego State Therapy can foster an improved psychological and physical experience of life. Emmerson’s innovative book presents the theory and practice of working with ego states, helping to understand them, recognize and use them. Working directly with the state that needs assistance provides the shortest distance between the goal and the solution. The practical techniques help you to locate ego states in pain, trauma, anger, or frustration and facilitate expression, release, comfort, and empowerment.

Subjects covered include:

  • The nature of ego states
  • Inner strength
  • Processing trauma
  • Ego state mapping
  • Practical applications
  • Introjects
  • Non-hypnotic and hypnotic access
  • Ego state communication
  • Theoretical implications

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Gordon Emmerson

Professor Gordon Emmerson is an Honorary Fellow in the School of Psychology  at Victoria University, Melbourne. He is the author of the books Ego State Therapy, Advanced Techniques in Therapeutic Counseling, Healthy Parts Happy Self, Resource Therapy, and Resource Therapy Primer. He developed Resource Personality Theory and Therapy and has developed techniques for working with many psychological conditions using Resource Therapy and Ego State Therapy. Dr Emmerson is a registered psychologist and member of the Australian Psychological Society, and has published numerous refereed articles and has conducted and published experimental clinical research. He provides Foundation Training, a Clinical Qualification in Resource Therapy, Advanced Clinical Training in Resource Therapy, and Train the Trainer. Additional information is available found on the website below.


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