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Stephen Gilligan – Walking in Two Worlds
Stephen Gilligan – Walking in Two Worlds
The Relational Self in Theory Practice and Community
NEW from ZTT publishers!
Stephen Gilligan, Ph.D. & Dvorah Simon, Ph.D.
Self-Relations Therapy is, in part, a synthesis of theory and practice from various prior traditions. However, the approach is more than an amalgam of ideas; rather, SR offers a meta-framework in which multiplicity – of form, meaning, presence, and so on – can be contained within an actively adaptive, aware, and present relational self.
Editors Stephen Gilligan and Dvorah Simon have gathered in a mosaic of content and communication to explain the perspective and to show how it can be applied across contexts. Divided into five broad sections – The Self-Relations Approach, Applications of Self-Relations, Self-Relations and Spiritual Paths, Dimensions of Self-Relations, Self-Relations and Expressive and Somatic Approaches – the book can be dipped into or read from beginning to end. Like a rich and colorful mosaic, the material can inspire or invoke whether you come in very close to follow specific themes or you stand back to take in the whole.
Stephen Gilligan first presented the theory and practice of Self-Relations in his book The Courage to Love in 1997. In the years since, the work has continued to evolve through workshops and presentations, as well as through the dialog and sharing of ideas that he has invited along the way. Just as the approach itself is a kind of collaboration of entities, whether within an individual or between people or in the midst of a community, this new book encourages the multidimensionality of voices. The contributors are not confined by rigid structural or editorial requisites; they are invited to address their topics in the language that befits them. Thus, a sense of the SR ideal of “multiple truths at the same time” is embodied in the work.
“Walking in Two Worlds is a rich and stimulating book. It is filled with examples illustrating the profound and wide-reaching applications of Stephen Gilligan’s Self Relations work. The many varied articles, written by students and practitioners of the Self Relations approach, demonstrate how generative and deeply healing Self Relations concepts and skills can be for therapists, coaches and consultants. I myself have been deeply influenced by Gilligan and his work and recommend this book for anyone who wants to learn more about how to better bring together heart, mind and spirit in the service of healing and helping others.”
author of From Coach to Awakener and
Changing Belief Systems With NLP
“This book is a mosaic masterpiece of beauty, heart, and vision. It is a must for clinicians wishing to transcend the mechanics of therapy and open their inner pathways toward becoming healers. Beautifully landscaped, each teaching is a blessing, not only to be read, but more important, to be soulfully experienced.”
Joyce C. Mills
author/co-author of seven books, including
Therapeutic metaphors for Children and the Child Within
and Reconnecting to the Magic of Life
“Steve Gilligan and Dvorah Simon have put together the leading edge theorists and practitioners of Self Relations, an artful blend of Milton Erickson, spirituality, Jungian work, and the best of depth-oriented brief therapy approaches. The contributions are diverse, interesting and, in some cases, provocative. Reading this book will help broaden and deepen your ability to connect with your most challenging clients so that you may help them change more rapidly and effectively. It will touch your head and your heart.”
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Salepage : Stephen Gilligan – Walking in Two Worlds
He was one of the original NLP students at UC Santa Cruz; Milton Erickson and Gregory Bateson were his mentors. After receiving his psychology doctorate from Stanford University, he became one of the premier teachers and practitioners of Ericksonian hypnotherapy. This work unfolded into his original approaches of Self-Relations and Generative Self, and then further (in collaboration with Robert Dilts) into Generative Coaching. These different traditions have all been updated and integrated into the present Generative Change Work, which includes the applications of Generative Coaching, Generative Psychotherapy, Generative Trance, Hero’s Journey, and Systemic Change work.
He has taught in many different cultures and countries over the past 30 years, and has published extensively. His numerous books include The Hero’s Journey: A Voyage of Self Discovery (co-authored with Robert Dilts), the classic Therapeutic Trances, The Courage to Love, The legacy of Erickson, Walking in Two Worlds (with D. Simon), and Generative Trance: The Experience of Creative Flow. His forthcoming book is Generative Coaching (co-authored with Robert Dilts).
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