Hilary Jacobs Hendel: It's Not Always Depression Working the Change Triangle to Listen to the Body Discover Core Emotions and Connect to Your Authentic Self



Mpletely feel and experience our core emotions so that we can ultimately make contact with our authentic self which is characterized by mindfulness acceptance congruence and euanimity The book oes a much better job of this explaining all this than I just Der Illusionist did It s written in very clear and accessible language And it s loaded with useful examples Whether you re a therapist in therapy or simply curious or all like me of the above This book is sure to be refreshing interesting helpful and useful 5 stars This book was amazing I ll be reading it again very soon as there s so much value for me within those pages I highly recommend this for anyone who s ever struggled withepression feeling their emotions rage shame anxietyreally anybody who s breathing I Enticing (PI Men to the Rescue didn t know much about this concept having just picked up this book on the basis of the title alone Prior to reading the book I had not read Hilary s article in the NYT or anything by Diane Fosha but I was aware of the existence of AEDP just not theetailsUsually I get bogged Spring Comes to Sanctuary (Welcome to Sanctuary, down by nonfiction books but I honestly could not put this bookown and found myself highlighting or bookmarking about 85% of it I found the writing to flow naturally and easily and the book made for an easy read Some reviewers have said they were confused by the layout but that was not the case for meWhile I was about 40% into the book I started sending copies to other people so I would have folks to talk to about this type of therapy It got me thinking that friends or partners could potentially work this system together and in fact Hilary suggests that herself in a few interviews I ve seen with her Sure there is some psychobabble and slightly over the top writing going on here but what self help book is 100% without that I found the core concept intriguing enough to want to try to work this triangle myself and with others Also some of the examples within helped me to relate to what some acuaintances may be going through or have been going through or basically why they act the way they Ask the Past do Of course this book won t be for everyone but for me it was a real eye opener As a psychiatrist and therapist for over 40 years I have always encouraged my patients to pay attention to how they are feeling and thinking Toeny or avoid one s true feelings and emotions leads to a multitude of problems and symptoms from states of epression to anxiety and everything in between This practical and clearly written self help book written by a gifted therapist help. Sadness fear and excitement In allowing ourselves to fully experience core emotions we move toward an openhearted state where we are calm curious connected compassionate confident courageous and clear Through moving persuasive stories of working the Change Triangle with her own patients Hendel teaches us how to apply these principles to our everyday lives.

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It s interesting that there appears to be a lot of literature recently which is focused on the use of psychotherapy of a similar psychoanalytical kind to that which Hendel Silver Stirrups (Saddle Club, discusses It has long been suggested that our attachment styles in childhood explain our adult relationships and Hendel explains that trauma is the root cause of our psychologicalistress Hendel Different Class does well to explain that this trauma may be something as simple as our caregiver responding to us in a negative way when we re excited so that as an adult we learn to suppress our excitement and thus is not really the fault of our caregivers Hendel explains that you can use the Change Triangle which is made up ofefensive behaviour inhibitory emotions and core emotions to analyse our emotions and responses to situations to self sooth this trauma Hendel Short Stories by Roald Dahl discusses Ac I found this book fascinating Iifferent view on refocusing your feelings emotions This book is incredibleI had two immediate thoughts when picking it up at the library 1 I won t understand it this information will go over my head2 It s an older outdated book purely judging a book by the coverBoth of those it turns out were false assumptions My fear with any psychology psychoanalytical book is that it will be written only for those who have a background in the field or have studied extensively Thankfully Hilary writes in a way that people without PHDs can understand and because of that this was one of the most helpful books I have ever read I was incredibly eyeopening into core emotions and the effect that childhood trauma causes on adult brains Within the first few chapters of this book I was already looking at my emotions Goldilocks the Three Bears differently and beginning to understand why the brain triggers specific emotionsuring certain situations I would recommend this book to literally everyone especially those working to heal from past abuse or current epression 65 stars This book is such a blessing I m happy I bought it I ve been wondering for years the reason behind my extreme anxiety and epressive state Antidepressants were not helpful at all It is because the real reason behind it was my fear and shame that Socialist Realism developed in me growing up with neglectful parents and constant chaos at home Emotions were never explained or tolerated I couldn tevelop a sense of self or understanding of what I m feeling I ve been living in imaginary states just guessing what it might be blaming myself for being so crazy and I Look Up To... Michelle Obama disordered Now I m learning to understand myse. Fascinating patient stories andynamic exercises that help you connect to healing emotions ease anxiety and Doctor Extraño depression andiscover your authentic selfIn It's Not Always Depression psychotherapist Hilary Jacobs Hendel presents readers with a uniue and pragmatic tool she calls The Change Triangle The Change Triangle is a map a guide to carry you from a pl.

Lf I m finally eveloping a sense of self and a stable identity I m very grateful to the author that she wrote this book It came exactly on time I was ready to receive it Thank you Absolutely transformative As a clinical social work student at the beginning of my career I can already see that this will be on my therapist bookshelf for many years to come The change triangle is useful and fascinating to start with but it ultimately felt a bit gimmicky I m not sure I learned how to get the best out of the modelAlso I thought the title of the book was a bit misleading and the book idn t follow up on its promise to examine issues and emotions that get mistaken for Never Tell depression but are something else Great book Its Not Always Depression is based on Diana Fosha s Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy AEDPAEDP assumes1 the transformationrive ie the Feminism is for Everybody desire to heal and grow is basic and innate to Human nature 2 healing change occurs as the patient forms new expectations for relationships based on the secure relationship with the therapist 3 healing is accelerated as the patient to learns to identify and completely experience core emotions that were previously too overwhelmingIt s Not Always Depression is author and therpaist Hilary Jacobs Hendel s popularization of AEDP and a tool used in AEDP known as the Change TangleThe Change Triangle is a three part model of emotionalynamics Visualize a triangle pointing Deterring Democracy down In the Upper Left are Emotional DefensesIn this model Emotional Defenses include anything that youo to Comet in Moominland (The Moomins, distract numb or otherwise avoid feeling emotionally uncomfortable This includes psychological tricks likeenial and Hunters Heart dissociation behaviors like checking your phone every two seconds compulsive eating exercise sex and gaming etc and of courseoing Menneskefluene (K2 drugs and stuff In the Upper Right are Secondary EmotionsIn this model Emotional Defenses include any emotion that you allow yourself to feel so youon t have to feel other uncomfortable emotions This may include stuff like allowing yourself to feel angry instead of feeling scared or feeling Nazi Gold disappointed instead of feeling angry In the Lower Point are Core Emotions you re going to have to imagine an arrow pointing at the bottom point of the triangle here These are your authentic primary emotions The point of the Change Triangle is to help understand what is aefense what is a secondary emotion and what is a core emotionThe healing occurs when we can get past our Mr Majeika and the School Inspector defenses and secondary emotions and co. Ace ofisconnection back to your true self Working the Change Triangle is the step by step process at the heart of Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy AEDP a therapeutic method that teaches patients to identify the efenses and inhibitory emotions shame anxiety and guilt that prevent them from being in touch with their core emotions joy anger.

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