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Adult Children of Dysfunctional Families: A 2-Hour Video Book Lecture on DVD with John Bradshaw

 
Title:      Adult Children of Dysfunctional Families: A 2-Hour Video Book Lecture on DVD with John Bradshaw
Categories:      Film & Television Archive
ResourceID:      1573882003
Authors:      John Bradshaw
ISBN-10(13):      1573882003
Publisher:      John Bradshaw, John Bradshaw Media Group
Publication date:      2007
Number of pages:      0
Owner Name:      The Gender Centre Team
Owner Email:      manager@gendercentre.org.au
Language:      Not specified
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Product Description
The problem of compulsive behavior patterns and addictions manifested by adults who grew up in dysfunctional families is addressed in this PBS lecture, ADULT CHILDREN OF DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILIES, produced by Denver's KBDI-TV, and America's most prominent self-help expert, John Bradshaw. In this two-part videobook/lecture series, John Bradshaw outlines a three-phase process of emotional recovery, uncovery, and discovery. This series is a must for those who have long suffered the consequences of being raised with physical or emotional abuse, abandonment, neglect, and shame. John demonstrates how abuse is often carried into our adult lives, contaminates relationships, and affects our emotional health and that of our loved ones. The lecture series, ADULT CHILDREN OF DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILIES, is one of many that can be found in our extensive library featuring live recordings of lectures, seminars and workshops with John Bradshaw. Over 2.5 million professionals and laypersons have attended John Bradshaw's workshops, lectures, and speeches. John Bradshaw is a well-respected primary figure in the contemporary self-help movement and was elected by his peers of professional therapists as 'One of the 100 Most Influential Writers on Emotional Health in the Twentieth Century.' http://www.johnbradshaw.com/adultchildrenofdysfunctionalfamilies-1.aspx


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