krainaksiazek my self discovery journal 20168971

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In My Book: Teen Journal - Prompts and Self Discovery Questions - 2878664674

37,68 zł

In My Book: Teen Journal - Prompts and Self Discovery Questions

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Sklep: KrainaKsiazek.pl

A Talk with My Higher Self: Creative Journal Action Prompts for Women Men Teens - Art of Finding Yourself - Discovery Notebook Guide - 2878901541

39,77 zł

A Talk with My Higher Self: Creative Journal Action Prompts for Women Men Teens - Art of Finding Yourself - Discovery Notebook Guide

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Who's Pulling My Strings? Companion Writing Journal: A Self-Discovery Adventure Journey to Becoming Free - 2874778466

66,11 zł

Who's Pulling My Strings? Companion Writing Journal: A Self-Discovery Adventure Journey to Becoming Free

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Sklep: KrainaKsiazek.pl

Sketching Youth, Self, and Youth Work - 2859240029

218,40 zł

Sketching Youth, Self, and Youth Work Sense Publishers

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

In part a semi-autobiographical memoir of the life of a youth worker and in part a supplemental text that can be used to learn a method of qualitative research and youth work practice, Sketching Youth, Self, and Youth Work is a book for practitioners, scholars and researchers trying to understand human interactions. The author describes a method of reflexivity and experimental autobiography that places self at the center, and shares several sketches (vignettes) based on his experiences as a youth, youth worker with troubled youth, and professor of youth work. Written in the spirit of discovery learning, the material is presented with the assumption that it will be discussed, questioned and critiqued by individual readers and in classrooms and other forums where people play with and discuss written material. Researchers interested in alternative forms of mixed genre inquiry will also find the book useful. Mark Krueger is concerned with what is. He wants to show youth work as he experiences and understands it with the hope that his work and sketches will ring true with the experiences of the reader and lead to new discoveries of their own. The hope is that in reading this book you too will be able to understand your world and the worlds of youth and youth work a little better as you know them to be. Simply brilliant! Krueger's images and reflections distill all that is child and youth care work into its most primary context - one single moment in the life of a single Self. True to his stated objective, this eminent contributor to our profession makes himself fully "visible," and what you see is who you are. The writing is distinctively Kruegerian, bold, delicate and intensely personal. If others wish to borrow my copy, I will have no hesitation in saying, "go buy one for yourself, you'll never regret it." GERRY FEWSTER, Ph.D., Adjunct Associate Professsor, Department of Applied Psychology, University of Calgary.Author of Being in Child Care: A Journey into Self. Founding Editor, Relational Child & Youth Care Practice. In this beautiful, rich and lyric exploration of the dynamic world of youth and youth worker, Krueger opens up radically new possibilities for research, youth work training and insight into ourselves and the field of youth-adult relations... A ground-breaking work of major importance to the field of youth work and any other field interested in practice based on relationship and critical reflection. .I love the book and can't wait to use it in my qualitative research course. HANS SKOTT MYHRE, Child and Youth Studies, Brock University. This book belongs with the American Masters in literature as well as with the best texts in child and youth care, counseling and youth work. It has a place of honor on my shelf because it evokes the complex and deeply human ethos that is central to good human-to-human practice. Mark Krueger gives us the gift of allowing us into his inner world as he negotiates the intersection between himself and others while keeping his eye on the prize: intervention that moves forward both the child, the youth, the family AND the worker so that not only change but transformation can take place. Thank you Mark. This is a wonderful book. SIBYLLE ARTZ, PhD, Director and Professor, School of Child and Youth Care, University of Victoria Mark Krueger is, always, a most interesting individual to read. He is, perhaps, the individual in the field of child and youth care with the most exact eye for detail; a poet's eye and a painter of words springs to mind. DR NIALL MCELWEE, Senior Lecturer in Child and Youth Care and Editor, Irish Journal of Applied Social Studies. Art work by Suzanne Vandeboom, www.artvitae.com/vandeboom

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Sketching Youth, Self, and Youth Work - 2862040043

489,23 zł

Sketching Youth, Self, and Youth Work Sense Publishers

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

In part a semi-autobiographical memoir of the life of a youth worker and in part a supplemental text that can be used to learn a method of qualitative research and youth work practice, Sketching Youth, Self, and Youth Work is a book for practitioners, scholars and researchers trying to understand human interactions. The author describes a method of reflexivity and experimental autobiography that places self at the center, and shares several sketches (vignettes) based on his experiences as a youth, youth worker with troubled youth, and professor of youth work. Written in the spirit of discovery learning, the material is presented with the assumption that it will be discussed, questioned and critiqued by individual readers and in classrooms and other forums where people play with and discuss written material. Researchers interested in alternative forms of mixed genre inquiry will also find the book useful. Mark Krueger is concerned with what is. He wants to show youth work as he experiences and understands it with the hope that his work and sketches will ring true with the experiences of the reader and lead to new discoveries of their own. The hope is that in reading this book you too will be able to understand your world and the worlds of youth and youth work a little better as you know them to be. Simply brilliant! Krueger's images and reflections distill all that is child and youth care work into its most primary context - one single moment in the life of a single Self. True to his stated objective, this eminent contributor to our profession makes himself fully "visible," and what you see is who you are. The writing is distinctively Kruegerian, bold, delicate and intensely personal... If others wish to borrow my copy, I will have no hesitation in saying, "go buy one for yourself, you'll never regret it." GERRY FEWSTER, Ph.D., Adjunct Associate Professsor, Department of Applied Psychology, University of Calgary. Author of Being in Child Care: A Journey into Self. Founding Editor, Relational Child & Youth Care Practice. In this beautiful, rich and lyric exploration of the dynamic world of youth and youth worker, Krueger opens up radically new possibilities for research, youth work training and insight into ourselves and the field of youth-adult relations... A ground-breaking work of major importance to the field of youth work and any other field interested in practice based on relationship and critical reflection. ...I love the book and can't wait to use it in my qualitative research course. HANS SKOTT MYHRE, Child and Youth Studies, Brock University. This book belongs with the American Masters in literature as well as with the best texts in child and youth care, counseling and youth work. It has a place of honor on my shelf because it evokes the complex and deeply human ethos that is central to good human-to-human practice. Mark Krueger gives us the gift of allowing us into his inner world as he negotiates the intersection between himself and others while keeping his eye on the prize: intervention that moves forward both the child, the youth, the family AND the worker so that not only change but transformation can take place. Thank you Mark. This is a wonderful book. SIBYLLE ARTZ, PhD, Director and Professor, School of Child and Youth Care, University of Victoria Mark Krueger is, always, a most interesting individual to read. He is, perhaps, the individual in the field of child and youth care with the most exact eye for detail; a poet's eye and a painter of words springs to mind. DR NIALL MCELWEE, Senior Lecturer in Child and Youth Care and Editor, Irish Journal of Applied Social Studies. Art work by Suzanne Vandeboom, www.artvitae.com/vandeboom

Sklep: Libristo.pl

Yesterday I Was the Moon - 2869355307

61,40 zł

Yesterday I Was the Moon Random House LCC US

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Noor Unnahar is a young female voice with power and depth. The Pakistani poet's moving, personal work collects and makes sense of the phases of collapsing and rebuilding one's self on the treacherous modern path from teenager to adult. Tinged with the heartbreak of a broken home and the complexity of a rich cultural background, yesterday i was the moon stands out from the Insta-poetry crowd as a collection worth keeping. yesterday i was the moon centers around themes of love and emotional loss, the catharsis of creating art, and the struggle to find one's voice. Noor's poetry ranges from succinct universal truths to flowery prose exploring her heritage, what it means to find a physical and emotional home, and the intimate and painful dance of self-discovery. Her poetry and art has already inspired 65,000 fans on Instagram to engage with her words through visual journal entries and posts of their own, and her fan base only continues to grow.

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Inkblot Pack - 2826676029

55,76 zł

Inkblot Pack Race Point Publishing

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

For over 90 years, inkblots have been used all over the world by psychologists when evaluating their patients dreams and past experiences. This pack comes with 10 inkblots on beautiful keepsake cards and a small booklet that includes an excerpt from the inventor's only published works, Psychodiagnostik. Studying the cards, you can delve into your psyche and that of those around you. Record your findings in a beautifully designed journal that includes quotes about the mind and imagination. Each person sees the inkblots differently, and your interpretation says a lot about who you are. What do you see? Throughout history, on a quest to "know thyself," many have sought understanding of the vast recesses of the mind. To this end, modern psychology has tried to bridge the gap of understanding by providing many tools for both clinicians and laymen alike, utilizing therapy, art, journaling, and medicine. One of the most prevalent tools from clinical psychology to permeate popular culture is the inkblot test, which has been used all over the world to examine personality characteristics, emotional functioning, and mental health. Originally created in 1921, the test was designed to reflect unconscious aspects of one's personality onto presented stimuli - in this case, 10 inkblots shown one at a time to individuals - who are then asked to describe what it is they see in these ambiguous shapes. In theory, when one is shown nonsensical images, the mind will strive to impose meaning on the image in question. What the person describes gives insight into how they perceive and project meaning onto the world around them, and ultimately, about themselves. The fascination of inkblots has become a staple of pop culture as well. The iconic imagery can be found in everything from photography to advertising (such as the artwork for the hit series Dexter) and writing, such as the character in the graphic novel Watchmen. Art legend Andy Warhol found inspiration in the inkblots to create his 1984 paint series. As part of our collective culture, inkblots have created a tool that has inspired many to continue the journey of self knowledge. Included in The Inkblot Pack are: a 128 page journal replete with quotes on perception, reality and emotion from some of the greatest theorists, writers, and thinkers of our time; 10 inkblots to inspire and provoke response; and a 16-page excerpt from Psychodiagnostik, the book in which the inkblots were first introduced and published. Allow yourself to be inspired by the words of some of our greatest minds as you project your own meaning onto what you see in the provided inkblots, and record it in your journal. The journey to self discovery begins now. A Few of the quotes included in the Journal: "Re-examine all you have been told. Dismiss what insults your soul." - Walt Whitman "The soul that is within me no man can degrade." - Frederick Douglass "Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one." - Albert Einstein "There are two infinities that confuse me: the one in my soul devours me; the one around me will crush me." - Gustave Flaubert "You are a universe of universes and your soul a source of songs." - Ruben Dario "Unexpressed emotions will never die. They are buried alive and will come forth later in uglier ways." - Sigmund Freud "Yes: I am a dreamer. For a dreamer is one who can only find his way by moonlight, and his punishment is that he sees the dawn before the rest of the world." - Oscar Wilde "Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night." - Edgar Allan Poe

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