Three psychotherapy books reprinted to help the wounded grow

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Recently, Anhui People’s Publishing House announced the re-release of three psychotherapy books.

The three books The wounded, The path to growth and healing heart are the classic works of Mr. Wang Xuefu, the founder of Zhimian therapy who has 20 years of experience in psychological counseling.

It is said that The wounded is the distillation of Mr. Wang’s 20 years of psychotherapy experience impacting people’s minds and spirits. Since the main purpose of psychological counseling is to treat the injury that causes mental health problems, so the whole job of counseling is to help people grow through psychotherapy.

Regarding The road to growthWang said, “Although this is a summary and refinement of my more than ten years of psychotherapy experience, I don’t expect it to touch people’s hearts deeply. I just hope that it can be like a beacon to lead those in search of discovery and ascension by discovering the essence of love, experiencing inner peace and finding their true selves.”

As a gift for spiritual explorers, providing in-depth experience from a case perspective, the book healing heart witnesses of local psychotherapy and psychological counseling in China, clarifying the essence of psychological counseling and therapy.

Sharing his experience of working in psychological counseling for more than 20 years, this researcher said: “Afflicted with affections and relationships, they told me their own difficulties and problems, and I find behind each of them a pain of which they are unaware. How difficult is the growth of life! In the process of growing up, with many hurts and obstacles coming mainly from loved ones, a person has a strong desire to grow in his heart, even if there is only a small chance or a ray of light.”

Wang Xuefu is Director of Nanjing Institute of Zhimian Psychological Counseling, Doctor of Literature from Nanjing University, Master of Psychology and Counseling from Andover Newton College, Ph.D. student in Existential-Humanistic Psychology from Saybrook University.

Introducing Western existential psychotherapy to China, he devoted himself to the professional practice and theoretical research of existential psychotherapy in the Chinese cultural context. For more than ten years, Wang has been immersed in the professional practice of psychological counseling and theoretical and cultural research in Chinese society, accumulating rich experience in the treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety and depression, and engaging in marriage and family counselling. Gifted with a unique counseling ability to help young people grow and find themselves, he explored and created the native Chinese psychological method “Zhimian Therapy”, winning the “Charlotte and Carl Buhler Award” from the American Psychological Association in 2013.

– Translated by Abigail Wu

直面心理治疗系列丛书再版 每个受伤的人都强烈渴望成长

Three psychotherapy books reprinted to help the wounded grow

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