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Book details
  • Genre:SELF-HELP
  • SubGenre:Personal Growth / Happiness
  • Language:English
  • Pages:56
  • eBook ISBN:9781624886140

Dr. Bob's Emotional Repair Program First Aid Kit

Warning! Keep this to Yourself!

by Sue Clancy and Bob Hoke

Overview

We all feel bad from time to time but how do we deal with these feelings? Do the ways we cope with emotional issues hurt us further or do they help us? Perhaps we need a new story. Over the years Dr. Bob Hoke, a psychiatrist, has created a series of therapeutic discussions devoted to “Emotional Repair”. Dr. Bob, in his “Emotional Repair Program” uses fictional stories to help us learn to repair our own emotions and deal with the non-fictional world. During animated conversation Dr. Bob shared his stories and their therapeutic context within the “Emotional Repair Program” with Sue Clancy, an artist, who wrote notes and illustrated the stories as Dr. Bob talked. Sue, with Dr. Bob’s encouragement, collected her notes and cartoon illustrations into this book.

Description

Fictional, hand drawn cartoon stories illustrate how to deal with the non-fictional world and unpleasant emotions.  Over half the book is black and white cartoon/graphic novel images with some text at the end to put the artwork into additional context.

About the author

Sue Clancy’s writing, illustrations and fine art have appeared in many books and magazines. She is represented by Caplan Art Designs in Portland Oregon www.caplanartdesigns.com , Joseph Gierek Fine Art gallery in Tulsa OK www.gierek.com . For more information see www.sueclancy.com

 Dr. Bob Hoke is Board Certified in both Psychiatry and Occupational Medicine. He is currently in private practice in Norman, Oklahoma.

Dr. Hoke acknowledges that the practices in this book, now known as CBT (cognitive behavior therapy), have a long ancestry: Thanks to Epictetus, Marcus Aurelius, Albert Ellis, Aaron Beck and his own teachers Maxie Maultsby and Bill O’Hanlon.

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