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- From Trauma to Growth Using Attachment Theory, Psychoanalysis and Neurobiology
- Narrated by: Robbie Stevens
- Length: 7 hrs and 47 mins
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Nurturing Children describes children’s lives transformed through therapy. Drawing on decades of experience, internationally respected clinician and trainer Graham Music tackles major issues affecting troubled children, including trauma, neglect, depression and violence. Using psychoanalysis alongside modern developmental thinking from neurobiology, attachment and trauma theory and mindfulness, Music creates his own distinctive blend of approaches to help even the most traumatised of children.
A mix of personal accounts and therapeutic riches, Nurturing Children will appeal to anyone helping children, young people and families to lead fuller lives.
"Always confronting the toughest societal issues and contemporary clinical debates, Music’s style is persuasive rather than polemical. His famous candour on his own internal dialogue in the consulting room makes an important book humorous and highly readable." – Gabrielle Brown, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
"…an easily digestible book of stories that are a pleasure to read." - Louise O’ Higgins, Bulletin of Child Psychotherapy
"This is a book for those who work with traumatized children and their parents to read and re-read, and refer to as a guide, a companion on the journey to become open-hearted, courageous people capable of meeting others in their depths." – Dr Sarah Sutton, Journal of Child Psychotherapy
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my first encounter with Graham Music's book
I have just finished this audiobook. I haven't read any psychodynamic books before that so eloquently describe the internal states of both the therapist and the client. I loved Music's examples and compassion when describing the young people portrayed in the book. Highly recommended!
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