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Present Time, A quarterly Re-evaluation Counseling Magazine, Rational Island Press, Seattle
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RC Magazines For instance Caring Parent, Classroom, Men, Recovery and Re-emergence, Sisters, Well Being, Wide World Changing, Working for a living, Young and Powerful, Older and Bolder. Rational Island Publishers, Seattle.
Audio cassettes of the magazines are available for the visually impaired. Also available are a variety of video cassettes with counselling demonstations--to play on european systems as well. Contact Rational Island Publishers, PO Box 2081, Main Office Station, Seattle, WA 98111, USA.
Rose Evison C. Psychol
Exploring the universe, human relationships, and changing the world have always been important to me. Co-counselling has enabled me to liberate my creative intelligence, my caring for others, and my joyful nature from anxiety, alienation and despair. I work as an occupational psychologist, counselling psychologist, management trainer and as a therapist. In these areas I offer co- counselling theory and practice as an effective technology for change, and myself as a guide. In all my life I laugh and love and climb mountains. I write in the hope that conceptualisation can form footholds to help others step further into their experience.
Richard Horobin Ph. D.
Three strands weave together in my life, distinct but interacting: living with people, doing science, and co-counselling. The challenge and support from the people I love form the core of my life. Doing science gives me allies across the world, experiences of transcendence, and the glee of mixing mess painting with story telling. Braided through all this, the ideas and activities and skills which make up co-counselling form a marvellous tool kit, helping me love and learn, and leap into the dark. And, lucky me, co-counselling is a tool kit I can hand on to others. The chapter in this book is one way of passing on the tools.
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