The New Peoplemaking

The New Peoplemaking

Virginia Satir / Aug 18, 2019

The New Peoplemaking Revised and expanded seminal work on families with than a million copies sold in languages The New Peoplemaking expresses Satir s most evolved thoughts on self worth communication family systems

  • Title: The New Peoplemaking
  • Author: Virginia Satir
  • ISBN: 9780831400705
  • Page: 124
  • Format: Paperback
  • Revised and expanded seminal work on families, with than a million copies sold in 12 languages The New Peoplemaking expresses Satir s most evolved thoughts on self worth, communication, family systems, and the ways in which people relate to one another Drawn on Satir s lifetime of experience with thousands of families around the world, it is written in the engagingRevised and expanded seminal work on families, with than a million copies sold in 12 languages The New Peoplemaking expresses Satir s most evolved thoughts on self worth, communication, family systems, and the ways in which people relate to one another Drawn on Satir s lifetime of experience with thousands of families around the world, it is written in the engaging style for which she is famous The New Peoplemaking is completely revised and enlarged by six new chapters that elaborate on the whole of life.

    Peoplemaking Card Sets Acceptance Commitment Therapy Practices to Build Connection, Find Focus and Reduce Stress For use in therapy, classrooms or at home, these cards ask tough questions, encourage meaningful action and provide new perspectives to help you let go of New Mexico VA Health Care System Public website of the New Mexico VA Health Care System Virginia Satir Biography Therapy Virginia Satir was a th century psychotherapist who is often referred to as the pioneer of family therapy. Professional Life Virginia Satir was born in Neillsville, Wisconsin, on June , . International Human Learning Resources Network International Human Learning Resources Network IHLRN is an organization that was begun by Virginia Satir in to foster human growth and development by means of a conference This conference focuses on innovations in family therapy and intervention tools that she and others had developed, and other recent developments. Virginia Satir Virginia Satir June September was an American author and therapist, known especially for her approach to family therapy and her pioneering work in the field of family reconstruction therapy She is widely regarded as the Mother of Family Therapy Her most well known books are Conjoint Family Therapy, , Peoplemaking, , and The New Peoplemaking Virginia Satir Wikipdia Biographie Elle obtient une licence l universit du Wisconsin Milwaukee en , un master l universit de Chicago et en , un doctorat honoris causa en sciences sociales, de l universit du Wisconsin Milwaukee et un autre l cole professionnelle des tudes psychologiques Professional School of Psychological Studies , en . Satir Family Family Therapy Virginia Satir Coping stances Controlled Folly Satir Workshops COPING STANCES Transforming incongruence into congruence Balancing Self, Other and Context Stopping the world We say we re congruent, if Parentification Parentification is the process of role reversal whereby a child is obliged to act as parent to their own parent In extreme cases, the child is used to fill the void of the alienating parent s emotional life. Two distinct modes of parentification have been identified technically instrumental parentification and emotional parentification. Virginia Satir Virginia Satir Neillsville , juni Menlo Park, september was een Amerikaans psychologe.Ze was een van de belangrijkste gezinstherapeuten en was grondlegger van enkele van de eerste theorien in de gezinstherapie

    • [PDF] ✓ Unlimited ↠ The New Peoplemaking : by Virginia Satir ✓
      124 Virginia Satir
    • thumbnail Title: [PDF] ✓ Unlimited ↠ The New Peoplemaking : by Virginia Satir ✓
      Posted by:Virginia Satir
      Published :2018-09-11T15:00:37+00:00

    About "Virginia Satir"

      • Virginia Satir

        Virginia Satir 1916 1988 was an American author and psychotherapist, known especially for her approach to family therapy and her work with Systemic Constellations She is widely regarded as the Mother of Family Therapy Her most well known books are Conjoint Family Therapy, 1964, Peoplemaking, 1972, and The New Peoplemaking, 1988.She is also known for creating the Virginia Satir Change Process Model, a psychological model developed through clinical studies Change management and organizational gurus of the 1990s and 2000s embrace this model to define how change impacts organizations.


    934 Comments

    1. NLP is well known amongst those searching for quick-fix psychology. What is less well known is that Virginia Satir was one of the brilliant psychologists who inspired the founders of the NLP approach. Her work on family therapy has hardly been surpassed. In my work I often refer to her idea of "the pot of goodwill"; she applied this to families she worked with. If the pot was well filled, then a family would have a chance of healing no matter how difficult the problems they faced. The same is tr [...]


    2. Just as I believe that everyone can get something out of therapy, I believe all family constructs could get something out of family therapy, aka. this book. I read this very slowly, savoring each chapter and trying to learn from it. She comes up with some great games to assist with applying the knowledge. I guess my favorite chapter is the one on communication. I enjoyed thinking about the four ways people handle negative results of stress. Placating, Blaming, Computing, Distracting.I love that [...]


    3. Desde que descubrí Peoplemaking quise leerlo. Tenía entendido que a la autora la "marginaban" un poco en algunos entornos sistémicos y no le dedicaban tanta atención como a otros autores y eso me picaba la curiosidad. Me ha costado bastante encontrar esta obra, principalmente porque no sabía que había una revisión (New Peoplemaking) y que lo habían publicado con otro nombre (el nombre que lleva en esta edición). Tras leerlo entiendo por qué, a pesar de enmarcarse dentro de la corriente [...]


    4. Have you ever been told that something was wrong with you because you were different? But being different is not valid critique. You're supposed to be different. Virginia Satir would say so. Satir, family therapist, remind us that "It is in honoring all parts of ourselves and being free to accept those parts that we lay the groundwork for high self-esteem. To do otherwise is to thwart nature." I'm quiet and wishy-washy, whereas, you might be bold and self-assured. Either of us can be abused, tol [...]


    5. I thought it was amazing.I am a big fan of families, the mind, and how they all work together. I'm also *very* interested in the folks Bandler and Grinder said they based their original NLP research on. After reading Satir's contribution to the 'technology' I can give myself permission to understand. :)Good exercises (though some are a bit of a stretch), beautiful use of language, and some wonderful approaches to framing life for the better. The Satir Approach to Family & Life, the 5 types o [...]


    6. Just finished reading this book and found it very informative andreassuring. Satir writes with deep compassion and includes several examples from her own life. Her thoughts on self-worth, communication, family systems, and the ways in which people relate to one another helps the reader understand where conflict begins (family relations).


    7. Great book on how to better relate to people, recognise & avoid communication traps & have better relationships.


    8. I hate writing in books. I underlined and starred and <3-ed all over this book despite its tendency towards misogyny. There are parts which are obvious and parts that are stereotypical and gender biased but she has tools for communication and understanding, including exercises to do together. The parts I highlighted are not on every page or in every chapter but scattered throughout the book. It's written in 1988 so she seems to have her own view of what a male is and what a female is. Taking [...]


    9. Öncelikle Virginia Satir 'ı 'Yaşantısal Aile Terapisi'nin kurucusu olarak tanıdım ve kuramı,düşünceleri,yaklaşımı hakkında bir önbilgim var idi.Ancak bu kitabı okumamla beraber gerçekten çok fazla şey öğrendiğimi hissettim.Çok fazla cümlenin altını çizdim ,birçok sayfaya işaret koydum.Üstelik kitabın en harika cümlelerini içeren 'Benim Özdeğer Bildirgem'kısmını da çalışma masamın tam karşısına astım.Eğer psikolojiye ,özellikle de aile terapisine,il [...]


    10. Virginia Satir influenced the founders of Neurolinguistic Programming; Richard Bandler and John Grinder so I was interested to explore the links. I was surprised to find out that Virginia pioneered family therapy. Prompted by her own childhood, very early on in her life she decided that she wanted to be a children's detective on parents! Her work deeply examines the way in which our families influence our feelings and behaviour. After working with countless families she suggests that each one ca [...]


    11. In the late sixties, Satir was working in the boy's club and as such, she was given the most difficult patients, as the guys preferred the "worried well." She was fortunate to be able to observe and understand family dynamics in a way that was never seen before. The New Peoplemaking is a book for everyone, highly readable, and full of information that would benefit all those in a long term relationship. I think that Satir, from Conjoint Family Therapy, doesn't think too highly of "Soulmates." Sh [...]


    12. "Birçok ailelerde ebeveynler çocuklarına henüz kendilerinin bile bilmediği şeyleri öğretmeye çalışmaktadırlar. Örneğin; öfkesini kontrol etmeyi öğrenememiş bir yetişkin, çocuğuna bunu asla öğretemez. Bir çocuğu yetişkinlerin kusurlarının gölgesinde yetiştirmek kadar olumsuz bir şey daha yoktur.""Belki de ebeveynler için en büyük zorluk tohumlarımızı iyi umutlarla ektikten sonra hangi çiçeklerin ortaya çıkacağını görmeyi beklemektir.Hedef bir çocuğun [...]


    13. The book started well. It stated many promising points to improve communication and how we see our place in the family unit and the world. Halfway through the book I found myself just wanting it to be done. I stopped and read The Help for a brake from the heavy thinking and introspective thoughts. It may have been that I had just finished reading 4 or 5 heavy and or educational books. My brain is tired at this point. I feel like I have just finished a semester of full time college work. I don't [...]


    14. I appreciate the fact the book was written using common vocabulary to make accesible to the masses and that it contained practical parts or exercises to be implemented immediatly. However, the disappointing part for me it was the little or inexistance of new elements or "Aha" moments. From the category of "help yourself" books this scores the lowest. To end on a positive note, maybe I did remain with a lot of things from this book, at an unconcious level for the time being.


    15. Satir had a way of discussing families, child rearing and personalities in a way which I could relate and have thought similarly for years, but lacked the eloquence to put into words. It was wonderful to read an author who i could identify with so easily. Her metaphor of low-pot/high pot is one I've heard in passing for years but never known the origin of, which was an interesting byproduct of reading her book.


    16. Virgina Satir is the most videotaped family and marriage therapist. She passed away, but this is a landmark book that talks about the family as a system. This is an important book for any therapist who will be working with families and couples.


    17. If you get passed that though the book achieved it's goal of being a book about how to improve your family if your willing to let you self feel a little silly it can really be a helpful tool to help the family grow together.


    18. I haven't completed this one yet, but am enjoying it so farlearning a lot. I think it's worth your time if you have an interest in how families communicate and/or how to improve family communications.


    19. Good thoughts and advice about family dynamics and raising children. Made me think about how I help people, how I was raised and how that affected me, and how I interact with others. I wasn't in love with the writing all the time but solid ideas.


    20. I read this book during my CPE residency. It is useful for thinking about family dynamics and conflict management. However, the drawings are goofy and distracting. It is very accessible for laypeople, and I would recommend it to anyone struggling with their family.


    21. ���I can't put my finger on it, but for some reason, I found this book tedious. I didn't make it 1/3 of the way through before I stopped reading.


    22. Loved this. She offers great insights on how to help dysfunctional families become healthy, nurturing families. Definitely a must have for counselors or people who frequently work with families.


    23. un complemento bastante rico para aquellos que desean entender la dinamica familiar, la aceptacion de los roles personales y la integracion de la familia como una sola celula.


    Leave a Reply