Retail pak Random House Audio 1995
CS ISBN 0553473697 $23.95 Four cassettes
Therapist and theologian John Bradshaw assures us that all families have secrets--from healthy secrets to repressed secrets that negatively affect generations. While codifying secrets, the charismatic lecturer introduces various tools used in family therapy. Bradshaw teaches the listener to make a genogram, a critical document in family-systems theory. He also explains the Johari window of self-knowledge. In one of the discussions, Bradshaw tells how a fellow therapist once characterized Bradshaw's voice as frantic. The description fits the author's reading of this book. The program requires concentration, light meditation and self-assessment quizzes. For this reason, it's not suitable for listening while exercising or driving. D.W.K. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: JAN 98]
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