Changes That Heal
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About "Changes That Heal"
In this groundbreaking book, Dr. Henry Cloud takes you through the four essential tasks of becoming a mature image-bearer of God:* Bonding to others* Separating from others* Sorting out good and bad in ourselves and others* Becoming an adultChanges That Heal not only explains and describes each task, but also identifies the problems that result when we fail to accomplish that task, and shows us what changes to make in our lives in order to bring about healing.
Meet the Author
Dr. Cloud is a clinical psychologist with a unique ability to connect with his audiences. Drawing upon his broad range of experiences in private practice, leadership consulting, and media, he simplifies life's issues and gives easy-to-understand, practical advice. It is Dr. Cloud's humour, compassion, and 'in the moment' confrontation that make his approach to psychology and spirituality such a success.
He has written or co-written 19 books, including the best-selling Boundaries. His most recent books are Integrity, Necessary Endings and The Law of Happiness. He has earned three Gold Medallion awards and was awarded the distinguished Retailers Choice award for God Will Make A Way.
Dr. Cloud has appeared on numerous radio and television broadcasts and has been featured in many publications. Millions of listeners have benefited from his wit and wisdom for over a decade.
As president of Cloud-Townsend Resources, he has produced and conducted hundreds of public seminars around the country. He speaks on relationships - marriage, parenting, dating, personal growth, and spirituality. His seminars are often broadcast live to over two thousand venues at a time.
In his consulting practice, he works with leaders of organisations and corporations, from family-held firms to Fortune 25 companies and non-profit organisations. With his extensive executive coaching background and experience as an organisational and leadership consultant, he speaks regularly at corporate and leadership events held across the United States and internationally.
Dr. Cloud co-founded a health-care company that operated treatment centres in 35 cities in the Western United States; he served as Clinical Co-Director for ten years. In that context of hands-on clinical experience, he researched and developed many of the treatment methods and principles he communicates to audiences today. Since then, he has devoted his time to spreading principles of hope and life change through speaking, writing, and the media. His books have sold over four million copies.
He is a graduate of Southern Methodist University, having earned a BS in psychology with honours. He completed his PhD in clinical psychology at Biola University and his clinical internship at Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health. His philanthropic interests lie in the area of homelessness and the inner city, as well as Third World missions and development. He serves on the board of the Los Angeles Mission, a rescue mission on Skid Row in downtown Los Angeles.
Dr. Cloud is an avid golfer and enjoys boating, deep sea fishing and scuba diving. He lives in Los Angeles.
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This book changed my life. Growing up, I was never taught boundaries... or how to say no. I observe that many people don't either. My best friend insisted that I read it when I was going through a hard time and this book has really helped change my life. I have given it to several close friends and would recommend it to anyone actually, except that this is really personal working-on-self stuff. This book is the best--I'd give it 6 stars if I could.
Bought this book ages ago and read it, got really inspired and went out and bought enough copies for a whole home group to use. Ironically was not in a home group at the time so ended up giving them out to different people. Was so very inspired. Am a big fan of the book Boundaries which a friend let me borrow and then I went out and bought my own copy and gave it away, then did the same over and over again. Now realise I need to re-read Changes That Heal because much water has passed under the bridge and I have forgotten what was in it but have not forgotten how it inspired me to buy multiple copies so will read again over the Christmas period. However, I can confidently say invest in this book, looking back at the chapters it looks like it covers what was in Boundaries and extends beyond.