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Written by Niek.

book Fred(the original article of this text has been re-written by the author of this book. Thanks for that Fred.- Niek)
Fred Wallace, an American CCI Teacher, who I met at the first European CCI meeting in Hungary, has written a book on CCI Co-Counseling that is now available on the web. The book begins with the author's story of his own experience that led him to Co-Counseling, his experience learning Co-Counseling and his becoming a CCI teacher. He then explores CCI culture which he believes impacts us practitioners as profoundly as what happens during session work. He then explains the elements of Co-Counseling that he feels are most vital to the effectiveness of the practice. He provides some fictionalized sessions to demonstrate the power of session work. He concludes the book exploring the role of the co-counselor (helper) and shows the importance of the role in developing the capacity to love and as a key to acquiring a full, human, honest self-acceptance. It is written in a fast moving style that is open to all those who have a reasonable grasp of English. The author hopes the book will stimulate experienced co-counselors to deepen their practice, while also bringing CCI Co-Counseling to a large group of people who wish to bring more meaning, love and joy into their lives.

The book took four years to write and edit. Many co-counselors reviewed the book as it was being written and gave their thoughts on it. The 340 page book with 44 short chapters is self-counselor published through Be Your Greatness Press (ISBN 098622317) and costs Euro 14,61 on any amazon.com site in Europe (2.78 British Pounds, and $14.95 USDollars). It is available on the follow web sites:

http://www.amazon.com/dp/0986223107 ; http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/0986223107;

ttp://www.amazon.de/dp/0986223107 ; http://www.amazon.es/dp/0986223107 ;
http://www.amazon.fr/dp/0986223107 .
http://www.amazon.it/dp/0986223107

 

 

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