Traumatherapie In Der Gruppe: Grundlagen, Gruppenarbeitsbuch Und Therapie Bei Komplextrauma

Ein Jahrhundert lang sahen Psychotherapeuten in ihren Patienten in erster Linie den leidenden Menschen. Wie die Mediziner konzentrierten sie sich auf das, 'was fehlt', auf die Störung. In jüngster Zeit ist dieser Blickwinkel in die Kritik geraten: Ressourcenorientierung heißt das neue Zauberwort. Und das meint: Positives zu verstärken, den Patienten als Menschen wahrzunehmen, der alles zur Gesundung Nötige bereits in sich trägt. Mach...

Feed Your Brain, Lose Your Belly: A Brain Surgeon Reveals The Weight-loss Secrets Of The Brain-belly Connection

Stay slim and mentally sharp by choosing foods that keep your waistline trim and your brain well fed. Renowned neurosurgeon Larry McCleary, M. D., became fascinated by the paradox of the fattening of America and the brain starvation he was seeing in aging brains. His research led to this innovative conclusion: Calories you consume are bypassing your brain and being stored in fat cells. In Feed Your Brain Lose Your Belly, he reveals h...

Pathfinder – Cadre De Campagne • La Mer Intérieure

Découvrez le monde de Golarion, le cadre de campagne officiel de Pathfinder JdR, le jeu de rôle à l’immense succès ! Le continent d'Avistan vit une ère de prophéties erronées, victime d'une déchirure dans le tissu de la réalité, d'une hausse du diabolisme et de la menace incessante de la guerre. Mais tout n’est pas perdu. Cette sombre époque offre de multiples opportunités d’aventure et de démonstrations d’héroïsme. Dans cet ouvrage ...

Tempest: Geometries Of Play

Atari’s 1981 arcade hitTempestwas a “tube shooter” built around glowing, vector-based geometric shapes. Among its many important contributions to both game and cultural history,Tempestwas one of the first commercial titles to allow players to choose the game’s initial play difficulty (a system Atari dubbed “SkillStep”), a feature that has since became standard for games of all types.Tempestwas also one of the most aesthetically impac...

The Wanderer

Much like the mysterious manuscript that makes up the majority of the book's narrative, The Wanderer was something I stumbled upon. A mention of it on the TLO message boards, an inclusion on a year's best list on a fellow review blog. The cover isn't too busy, and besides title and author it includes a creepy drawing of a Punch & Judy puppet stage. Puppets have long been a macabre fascination of mine, as well as several weird fic...

Lords of Secrecy: The National Security Elite and America's Stealth Warfar

Forty years ago, a majority of Americans were highly engaged in issues of war and peace. Whether to go to war or keep out of conflicts was a vital question at the heart of the country’s vibrant, if fractious, democracy. But American political consciousness has drifted. In the last decade, America has gone to war in Iraq and Afghanistan, while pursuing a new kind of warfare in Yemen, Somalia, Libya, and Pakistan. National security iss...

50 Famous Firearms You’ve Got To Own: Rick Hacker’s Bucket List Of Guns

50 Famous Firearms You've Got to Own reveals shooting guru Richard Hacker's favorite guns and provides the ultimate wish list for every firearms enthusiast in America. After almost 40 years of shooting, researching and writing about guns, Hacker has narrowed down his must-have fi rearms list in this one-of-a kind guide. This book features: 50 of the world's best and most popular guns Stunning full-color photography of these breath-ta...

A History Of The Irish Language: From The Norman Invasion To Independence

In this book, Aidan Doyle traces the history of the Irish language from the time of the Norman invasion at the end of the 12th century to independence in 1922, combining political, cultural, and linguistic history. The book is divided into seven main chapters that focus on a specific period in the history of the language; they each begin with a discussion of the external history and position of the Irish language in the period, befor...

Cosmology And The Polis: The Social Construction Of Space And Time In The Tragedies Of Aeschylus

This book further develops Professor Seaford's innovative work on the study of ritual and money in the developing Greek polis. It employs the concept of the chronotope, which refers to the phenomenon whereby the spatial and temporal frameworks explicit or implicit in a text have the same structure, and uncovers various such chronotopes in Homer, the Homeric Hymn to Demeter, Presocratic philosophy and in particular the tragedies of Ae...