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Book reviews - reviews of selected recent publications in our field of interest

by Nick Totton PCCS 2012TottonWildTherapy

Reviewed by Arnold Mindell  (author of Processmind)

Nick Totton’s ‘Wild Therapy’ is a call from nature to rediscover the earth and relationship to the universe.

Totton’s ‘wildness’ is a breath of fresh air, freeing therapies and cultures to live closer to the Tao. Read, dream, and be moved by his book!

Hayley Marshall

… Totton's writing provides us with the creative thinking required to infuse life back into therapeutic processes and redirect them to a more radical role within the world. It inspires passion, invites debate and above all, offers a willingness to walk to the edge of therapeutic orthodoxy, and beyond. This book is a firm wakeup call from the narcotic effects of over-domestication for the human race and therapy in particular. Here is an important accomplishment to help us think about where we've come from and where we desperately need to go next. In this sense alone this is a book to be recommended to all practitioners.  (from The Transactional Analyst, Autumn 2012

Nick Totton’s ‘Wild Therapy’ is a call from nature to rediscover the earth and relationship to the universe. Totton’s ‘wildness’ is a breath of fresh air, freeing therapies and cultures to live closer to the Tao. Read, dream, and be moved by his book! Arnold Mindell, author of “Processmind”

… Totton's writing provides us with the creative thinking required to infuse life back into therapeutic processes and redirect them to a more radical role within the world. It inspires passion, invites debate and above all, offers a willingness to walk to the edge of therapeutic orthodoxy, and beyond. This book is a firm wakeup call from the narcotic effects of over-domestication for the human race and therapy in particular. Here is an important accomplishment to help us think about where we've come from and where we desperately need to go next. In this sense alone this is a book to be recommended to all practitioners. Hayley Marshall reviewed in The Transactional Analyst, Autumn 2012.

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