In this compelling new book, Liz White encounters the arc of change from the first discomfort that calls for it, through the obstacles, the letting go of the old and the tools to successfully navigate our world in a new way – ending with a call for social justice. Liz has distilled her understanding of change into a series of ten challenges – and models that illuminate them. Each chapter offers life stories, personal reflection, the model that concretizes the theory, and a workshop design that brings it to life.
Still Life expands the field of individual and group sociometry, bringing new life to training and practice. It is a valuable resource on the subject of change for trainers, group facilitators, counsellors, coaches, consultants and therapists from all fields and disciplines.
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…a treasure trove of practical interventions.
Dr.Dale Richard Buchanan Ph.D., T.E.P., C.G.P.
In Still LIfe you will meet a wise woman, mentor and friend.
Eva Leveton MS, MFT
In this study of metamorphosis, Liz White takes us inside the
chrysalis and provides us with the maps by which we navigate
the mysteries of change.
William Cooke M.S.W. M.Div
An invaluable resource for anyone whose vocation is
to support and accompany others along this human journey.
Brian Walton S.T.M.
This clear, deep, artful book has a rich theoretical base
…steeped in therapeutic experience.
Esti Avnon Ph.D.
Director of Psychodrama Masters Program, Haifa University, Israel