|Dimensions||24 × 18 × 5 cm|
Counselling for Toads: A Psychological Adventure (with “Toads words of encouragement cards” ) (Chinese Traditional edition)
Based on the classic British fairy tale “The Wind in the Willows”, this delightful book applies the psychotherapy process to the animal protagonists: the protagonist, Mr. Toad, is isolated due to depression, and his friends River Rat, Mole and Old Badger, worried that he may do something stupid, urge him to go to the counselor Heron. Heron uses communication analysis to help Mr. Toad face his inner child and adult, learn to analyze his feelings, and develop emotional intelligence. By the end of the book, he regains his former cheerfulness and embarks on a new journey.
The story covers psychological theories such as anger, subconscious, self-judgment, children’s self-state, parents’ self-state, adult self-state, adaptive children, picky parents, collusion, emotional intelligence, and more. The psychological knowledge is cleverly integrated into the storyline, and more than 20 psychological professional terms are analyzed, which can be said to be the standard template for showing psychological counseling courses.
The book comes with the “Toads words of encouragement cards”, and each card is also written with a speech of encouragement to the heart.
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