How to make present

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. () Livestock: food, fiber, and friends [i] [d] [j]
  2. () Building a meaningful social world between human and companion animals through empathy [i] [d]
  3. () Therapeutic relational presence: relationship as a pathway to spirituality [i] [d]
  4. () A practical guide to cultivating therapeutic presence [i] [d]
  5. () Inner experience and the good therapist [i] [d]
  6. () 'I think, you think': understanding the importance of self-reflection to the taking of another person's perspective [d]
  7. Christine Overall [ed] () Pets and people: the ethics of our relationships with companion animals [i] [d]
  8. Frédérique de Vignemont & Adrian J. T. Alsmith [ed] () The subject's matter: self-consciousness and the body [i]
  9. () Solitary discourse is a productive activity [p] [d]
  10. () A methodology of loving kindness: how interpersonal neurobiology, compassion and transference can inform researcher–participant encounters and storytelling [d]
  11. () Physical, behavioral and spatiotemporal perspectives of home in humans and other animals [i] [d]
  12. () The ancient origins of consciousness: how the brain created experience [i] [j]
  13. () Pets and livestock [d]
  14. () Run, Spot, run: the ethics of keeping pets [i]
  15. (/2017) Kedi [i]
  16. () Are we smart enough to know how smart animals are? [i]
  17. () Thinking about you: perspective taking, perceived restraint, and performance [i] [d]
  18. Ronald E. Anderson [ed] () World suffering and quality of life [i] [d]
  19. () The retrieval of self-defining memories is associated with the activation of specific working selves [d]
  20. () A duet for one [p] [d]
  21. () Entangled empathy: an alternative ethic for our relationships with animals [i]
  22. () Respecting things [i]
  23. () 'Chickens are a lot smarter than I originally thought': changes in student attitudes to chickens following a chicken training class [p] [d]
  24. () More than reflections: empathy in motivational interviewing includes language style synchrony between therapist and client [p] [d]
  25. () Behind the mirror: reflective listening and its tain in the work of Carl Rogers [d]
  26. () Hanging in: strategies for teaching the students who challenge us most [i]
  27. () When nature and nurture collide: early childhood trauma, adult crime, and the limits of criminal law [i]
  28. () Sentience and animal welfare [i] [d]
  29. () Teach smart: 11 learner-centered strategies that ensure student success [i]
  30. () Bodily selves in relation: embodied simulation as second-person perspective on intersubjectivity [p] [d]
  31. () Supportive communication [i] [d]
  32. () Everyday bias: identifying and overcoming unconscious prejudice in our daily lives [i]
  33. () The body keeps the score: brain, mind, and body in the healing of trauma [i]
  34. () Can a white person understand the black experience? [u]
  35. Guenther Witzany [ed] () Biocommunication of animals [i] [d]
  36. () Zone of proximal development (ZPD) as an ability to play in psychotherapy: a theory-building case study of very brief therapy [d]
  37. () Variation in emotion and cognition among fishes [d]
  38. () Overlap your stories [u]
  39. () The feeling body: affective science meets the enactive mind [i]
  40. () Constructing memory, imagination, and empathy: a cognitive neuroscience perspective [d]
  41. () Caring and well-being: a lifeworld approach [i]
  42. () Zoo animal welfare [i] [d]
  43. () Interpersonal communication perspectives in hostage negotiation [d]
  44. () Neuroimaging studies of the dwindling self: neurodegenerative dementias [i] [d]
  45. () Towards a model of self-awareness development for counselling and psychotherapy training [d]
  46. () How many trees are there in the Amazon? [u]
  47. Marjorie Taylor [ed] () The Oxford handbook of the development of imagination [i] [d]
  48. () Rethinking biodiversity: from goods and services to 'living with' [d]
  49. () Under a watchful eye: self, power, and intimacy in Amazonia [i] [d] [j]
  50. () Environmental concern, moral education and our place in nature [d]
  51. () Deeply contacting the inner world of another: practicing empathy in values-based negotiation role plays [u]
  52. () Distinct roles of the 'shared pain' and 'theory of mind' networks in processing others' emotional suffering [d]
  53. () History from within?: contextualizing the new neurohistory and seeking its methods [d]
  54. () What a plant knows: a field guide to the senses [i]
  55. () Animacies: biopolitics, racial mattering, and queer affect [i]
  56. () The ethics of argumentation [d] [u]
  57. () Only human: exploring the nature of weakness in authentic leadership [d]
  58. () Walking in beauty: an American Indian perspective on social justice [d]
  59. () Noise pollution alters ecological services: enhanced pollination and disrupted seed dispersal [d]
  60. () Buddhist individuals and inward empathy [i]
  61. () The moral dyad: a fundamental template unifying moral judgment [d]
  62. () Going my way?: the benefits of travelling in the same direction [d]
  63. () Changing beliefs and behavior through experience-taking [d]
  64. () Stewardship of things: the radical potential of product stewardship for re-framing responsibilities and relationships to products and materials [d]
  65. () Turning anxiety into creativity [u]
  66. () Neuroscience and therapist self-disclosure: deepening right brain to right brain communication between therapist and patient [d]
  67. () Vulnerable self, poor understanding of others' minds, threat anticipation and cognitive biases as triggers for delusional experience in schizophrenia: a theoretical model [d]
  68. () Narrating the environmental apocalypse: how imagining the end facilitates moral reasoning among environmental activists [d]
  69. Chris Blazina, Güler Boyraz, & David S. Shen-Miller [ed] () Psychology of the human–animal bond: a resource for clinicians and researchers [i] [d]
  70. () In search of our true selves: feedback as a path to self-knowledge [d]
  71. () To walk in their shoes: the problem of missing, misunderstood, and misrepresented context in judging criminal confessions [u]
  72. () Education for animal welfare [i] [d]
  73. () Humans and the soil [d]
  74. () Exchanging social positions: enhancing perspective taking within a cooperative problem solving task [d]
  75. () Ethics and animals: an introduction [i] [d]
  76. () Plants as persons: a philosophical botany [i]
  77. () Dignity: the essential role it plays in resolving conflict [i]
  78. () A conversation with Philippe Descola [u]
  79. () Therapists' and clients' significant experiences underlying psychotherapy discourse [d]
  80. () A framework for cultivating and increasing child welfare workers' empathy toward parents [d]
  81. () Such stuff as dreams: the psychology of fiction [i]
  82. () Moral psychology is relationship regulation: moral motives for unity, hierarchy, equality, and proportionality [d]
  83. () Perplexities of consciousness [i]
  84. () Imagining personhood differently: person value and autonomist working-class value practices [d]
  85. () Dis(appearance): earth, ethics and apparently (in)significant others [u]
  86. () The social agency of dead bodies [d]
  87. () The role of therapist self-disclosure in psychotherapy: a qualitative review [d]
  88. () Social development as preference management: how infants, children, and parents get what they want from one another [i] [d]
  89. () Empathy, perspective taking and personal values as predictors of moral schemas [d]
  90. () Embodied economics: how bodily information shapes the social coordination dynamics of decision-making [d]
  91. () Synchronous multisensory stimulation blurs self–other boundaries [d]
  92. () Developing moral agency through narrative [d]
  93. () Two cups of tea: building community through self-compassion [u]
  94. () Constructing a self: the role of self-structure and self-certainty in social anxiety [d]
  95. () Dimensions of intersubjectivity in Mahāyāna-Buddhism and relational psychoanalysis [d]
  96. () Upsetting experiences for the therapist in-session: how they can be dealt with and what they are good for [d]
  97. () 6 billion others: portraits of humanity from around the world [i]
  98. () Simulation, situated conceptualization, and prediction [d]
  99. () Using empathy to improve intergroup attitudes and relations [d]
  100. () A Black experience-based approach to gender-based violence [d]
  101. () The problems with blaming [i] [u]
  102. () Cognitive segmentation: modeling the structure and content of customers' thoughts [d]
  103. () Experience sampling methods: a modern idiographic approach to personality research [d]
  104. () Spontaneity: a psychoanalytic enquiry [i]
  105. Jean Decety & William Ickes [ed] () The social neuroscience of empathy [i]
  106. () Shared reality: experiencing commonality with others' inner states about the world [d]
  107. () Relational being: beyond self and community [i]
  108. () Why the brain talks to itself: sources of error in emotional prediction [d]
  109. () Preventing vicarious traumatization of mental health therapists: identifying protective practices [d]
  110. () Empathic accuracy: its links to clinical, cognitive, developmental, social, and physiological psychology [i]
  111. () Heresies of the heart: developing emotional wisdom [i]
  112. () The process of personal change through reading fictional narratives: implications for psychotherapy practice and theory [d]
  113. () Enacting the self: Buddhist and enactivist approaches to the emergence of the self [d]
  114. () Cognitive bias as an indicator of animal emotion and welfare: emerging evidence and underlying mechanisms [d]
  115. () Experience sampling research in psychopathology: opening the black box of daily life [d]
  116. () Self-disclosure as a turning point in psychotherapy [i]
  117. () Examining the 'whole child' to generate usable knowledge [d]
  118. () Why is the self important in understanding and treating social phobia? [d]
  119. () For your client's sake: practicing clinically constructive self-disclosure [i]
  120. () Understanding others' actions and goals by mirror and mentalizing systems: a meta-analysis [d]
  121. () Mirroring and attunement: self realization in psychoanalysis and art [i]
  122. () The zen of helping: spiritual principles for mindful and open-hearted practice [i]
  123. () The common now [d]
  124. () Learning to teach ethics from the heart: a journey of discovery form the inside out [i]
  125. () Self-reflection across time: cortical midline structures differentiate between present and past selves [d]
  126. () Social-psychological principles of community-based conservation and conservancy motivation: attaining goals within an autonomy-supportive environment [d]
  127. () Know yourself and you shall know the other... to a certain extent: multiple paths of influence of self-reflection on mindreading [d]
  128. () Not so innocent: does seeing one's own capability for wrongdoing predict forgiveness? [d]
  129. () Plant lives: borderline beings in Indian traditions [i]
  130. () Non-human agencies: trees in place and time [i] [d]
  131. () Commitment to connection in a culture of fear [d]
  132. Carl Knappett & Lambros Malafouris [ed] () Material agency: towards a non-anthropocentric approach [i] [d]
  133. () Peer consultation for mediators: the use of a holding environment to support mediator reflection, inquiry, and self-knowing [d]
  134. () Inclusive cultural empathy: making relationships central in counseling and psychotherapy [i]
  135. () The edge of awareness: Gendlin's contribution to explorations of implicit experience [d]
  136. () How we see ourselves and how we see others [d]
  137. () A trans-disciplinary study of the therapist's self [d]
  138. () ENGAGE: a blueprint for incorporating social skills training into daily academic instruction [d]
  139. () A response to Lynn Preston's explication of implicit experience in the work of Eugene Gendlin: an appreciation [d]
  140. () What's in view for toddlers?: using a head camera to study visual experience [d]
  141. () Assessment of positive emotions in animals to improve their welfare [p] [d]
  142. Stein Bråten [ed] () On being moved: from mirror neurons to empathy [i]
  143. () The real wealth of nations: creating a caring economics [i]
  144. () The psychodynamics of self-observation [d]
  145. () Pathways to embodied empathy and reconciliation after atrocity: former boy soldiers in a dance/movement therapy group in Sierra Leone [d]
  146. () Experience sampling method: measuring the quality of everyday life [i]
  147. () The question of animal selves: implications for sociological knowledge and practice [u]
  148. () The meaning of the body: aesthetics of human understanding [i]
  149. (/2009) Trauma stewardship: an everyday guide to caring for self while caring for others [i]
  150. () The scarecrow and the tin man: the vicissitudes of human sympathy and caring [d]
  151. () How to improve your marriage without talking about it: finding love beyond words [i]
  152. Deena Mandell [ed] () Revisiting the use of self: questioning professional identities [i]
  153. (/2015) What therapists say and why they say it: effective therapeutic responses and techniques [i]
  154. (/2016) Theory U: leading from the emerging future [i]
  155. () The unshuttered heart: opening to aliveness/deadness in the self [i]
  156. () Attachment in psychotherapy [i]
  157. () Use of self: a primer revisited [d]
  158. (/2007) Caring to dialogue: feminism and the treatment of animals [i]
  159. () Client, not theory, directed: integrating approaches one client at a time [i] [d]
  160. () Animism: respecting the living world [i]
  161. () Rethinking the animate, re-animating thought [d]
  162. () On complex communication [d] [j]
  163. () Bookworms versus nerds: exposure to fiction versus non-fiction, divergent associations with social ability, and the simulation of fictional social worlds [d]
  164. () In dialogue with Daniel Stern: a review and discussion of The present moment in psychotherapy and everyday life [d]
  165. () Imaginary worldplay in childhood and maturity and its impact on adult creativity [d]
  166. (/2010) How to fail as a therapist: 50+ ways to lose or damage your patients [i]
  167. () Understanding process from within: an argument for 'withness'-thinking [d]
  168. () Aesthetic experience in science education: learning and meaning-making as situated talk and action [i]
  169. () Empathy, psychotherapy integration, and meditation: a Buddhist contribution to the common factors movement [d]
  170. () Cultivating a compassionate heart: the yoga method of Chenrezig [i]
  171. () The radical acceptance of everything: living a focusing life [i]
  172. () Self-insight: roadblocks and detours on the path to knowing thyself [i]
  173. () Animals in translation: using the mysteries of autism to decode animal behavior [i]
  174. () The devaluation of inner subjective experiences by the counseling profession: a plea to reclaim the essence of the profession [d]
  175. () Conscious use of self: tuning the instrument of social work practice with cultural competence [u]
  176. () The gift of self: the art of transparent facilitation [i]
  177. () Becoming alive: psychoanalysis and vitality [i]
  178. () Rigorously respecting the person: the artistic science of experiential personal constructivism [d]
  179. () Working at relational depth in counselling and psychotherapy [i]
  180. Irene Rochlitz [ed] (/2007) The welfare of cats [i] [d]
  181. () The meaning of pain: a key to working with Spanish-speaking patients with work-related injuries [d]
  182. () The power of the actor: the Chubbuck technique [i]
  183. () Perspective taking as egocentric anchoring and adjustment [d]
  184. () If you tame me: understanding our connection with animals [i]
  185. () Respect and take care of things [i]
  186. () Body image and disfigurement: issues and interventions [d]
  187. Steve F. Sapontzis [ed] () Food for thought: the debate over eating meat [i]
  188. () Presence: exploring profound change in people, organizations, and society [i]
  189. () The present moment in psychotherapy and everyday life [i]
  190. () Learning through others [d]
  191. (/2007) Healing words: the power of apology in medicine [i]
  192. () Cat culture: the social world of a cat shelter [i]
  193. Mark Brady [ed] () The wisdom of listening [i]
  194. () Appreciating the beauty of science ideas: teaching for aesthetic understanding [d]
  195. () A human being died that night: a South African story of forgiveness [i]
  196. () Martin Buber's I and thou: practicing living dialogue [i]
  197. () Listening: a framework for teaching across differences [i]
  198. () Altruism is a primary impulse, not a discipline [d]
  199. () A psychodynamic analysis of discourse theory: understanding the influence of emotions, regression, and change [j]
  200. () Borderline beings: plant possibilities in early Buddhism [d] [j]
  201. () More than a mirror: the ethics of therapist self-disclosure [d]
  202. () Aesthetic cognition [d]
  203. () Bringing the biosphere home: learning to perceive global environmental change [i]
  204. () The genius within: discovering the intelligence of every living thing [i]
  205. () Honoring and privileging personal experience and knowledge: ideas for a narrative therapy approach to the training and supervision of new therapists [d]
  206. () The places that scare you: a guide to fearlessness in difficult times [i]
  207. () Training to imagine: practical improvisational theatre techniques for trainers and managers to enhance creativity, teamwork, leadership, and learning [i]
  208. () Auditioning: an actor-friendly guide [i]
  209. (/2014) Reverence: renewing a forgotten virtue [i]
  210. () The heart of grief: death and the search for lasting love [i]
  211. () Discomforts of the powerless: feminist constructions of distress [i] [d]
  212. () Travel broadens the mind [d]
  213. () Tuning and practicing the therapeutic instrument: the therapist's life experience [d]
  214. (/2015) Handbook on animal-assisted therapy: foundations and guidelines for animal-assisted interventions [i] [d]
  215. () From disordering discourse to transformative dialogue [i] [d]
  216. () Constructing psychopathology from a cognitive narrative perspective [i] [d]
  217. () Making culture and weaving the world [i]
  218. Robert A. Neimeyer & Jonathan D. Raskin [ed] () Constructions of disorder: meaning-making frameworks for psychotherapy [i]
  219. () Learning to think with emotion [u]
  220. () Pain: the science of suffering [i]
  221. () Re-viewing the nude [d] [j]
  222. () Self-theories: their role in motivation, personality, and development [i]
  223. () The two-person unconscious: intersubjective dialogue, enactive relational representation, and the emergence of new forms of relational organization [d]
  224. () Self-of-the-therapist work: a balance between removing restraints and identifying resources [d]
  225. Howard A. Bacal [ed] () Optimal responsiveness: how therapists heal their patients [i]
  226. () Another always thinks in me [i]
  227. () Coming back to life: practices to reconnect our lives, our world [i]
  228. (/2002) Life's philosophy: reason & feeling in a deeper world [i]
  229. () Solidarity and suffering: toward a politics of relationality [i]
  230. () The heart of being helpful: empathy and the creation of a healing presence [i]
  231. () When things fall apart: heart advice for difficult times [i]
  232. (/2001) Intimacy [u]
  233. () Emotional unavailability: recognizing it, understanding it, and avoiding its trap [i]
  234. () Self-respect: moral, emotional, political [d] [j]
  235. () Be the person you want to find: relationship and self-discovery [i]
  236. William Ickes [ed] () Empathic accuracy [i]
  237. () The healing connection: how women form relationships in therapy and in life [i]
  238. (/2008) You gotta BE the book: teaching engaged and reflective reading with adolescents [i]
  239. () How we grieve: relearning the world [i]
  240. () Focusing-oriented psychotherapy: a manual of the experiential method [i]
  241. () Staying alive to learning: integrating enactments with case teaching to develop leaders [d]
  242. () The power of empathic exploration: a process-experiential/gestalt perspective on the case of Jim Brown [i]
  243. Hugh Rosen & Kevin T. Kuehlwein [ed] () Constructing realities: meaning-making perspectives for psychotherapists [i]
  244. () Intercultural dialogue and the human image [i]
  245. () Thinking in pictures: and other reports from my life with autism [i]
  246. () A dialectical-constructivist approach to experiential change [i]
  247. () Self-observation in constructivist psychotherapy [i] [d]
  248. () Social work and the Black experience [i]
  249. () Constructivist psychotherapies: features, foundations, and future directions [i]
  250. Robert A. Neimeyer & Michael J. Mahoney [ed] () Constructivism in psychotherapy [i]
  251. () Start where you are: a guide to compassionate living [i]
  252. Lillian Comas-Díaz & Beverly Greene [ed] () Women of color: integrating ethnic and gender identities in psychotherapy [i]
  253. () In over our heads: the mental demands of modern life [i]
  254. () The tribe of tiger: cats and their culture [i]
  255. (/2009) The blooming of a lotus: guided meditation for achieving the miracle of mindfulness [i]
  256. (/2005) Sisters of the yam: black women and self-recovery [i]
  257. () Beyond empathy: expanding expressions of caring [d]
  258. () The construction of clinical 'realities' [i]
  259. () The self in process: toward a post-rationalist cognitive therapy [i]
  260. () Moral exclusion, personal goal theory, and extreme destructiveness [d]
  261. () Relationships with severely disabled people: the social construction of humanness [d] [j]
  262. (/1996) The dreaded comparison: human and animal slavery [i]
  263. Dennis C. Turner & Paul Patrick Gordon Bateson [ed] (/2014) The domestic cat: the biology of its behaviour [i] [d]
  264. (/2003) Playfulness, 'world'-travelling, and loving perception [i]
  265. () The patient's point of view [i]
  266. () The social construction of unreality: a case study of a family's attribution of competence to a severely retarded child [p] [d]
  267. (/1998) The key: and the name of the key is willingness [i]
  268. () Dominance & affection: the making of pets [i]
  269. () A feeling for the organism: the life and work of Barbara McClintock [i]
  270. () The evolving self: problem and process in human development [i]
  271. () Natural therapy [i]
  272. () Making meaning: the constructive-developmental approach to persons and practice [d]
  273. (/1998) The metaphysics of experience: a companion to Whitehead's Process and reality [i]
  274. () Time, space, and knowledge: a new vision of reality [i]
  275. () Cognitive complexity and social perspective-taking [d]
  276. () Developmental synthesis of affect and cognition and its implications for altruistic motivation [d]
  277. () Empathic: an unappreciated way of being [d]
  278. () A cognitive theory of experiencing, self-actualization, and therapeutic process [i]
  279. () Encounter with Martin Buber [i]
  280. (/2003) Humanism of the other [i]
  281. () Psychology as an exercise in paradox [o] [u]
  282. (/1971) Self-disclosure: an experimental analysis of the transparent self [i]
  283. () To hallow this life: an anthology [o]
  284. () Pointing the way: collected essays [o] [u]
  285. (/1965) Elements of the interhuman [o]
  286. () Comfort, effectiveness, and self-awareness as criteria of improvement in psychotherapy [p]
  287. (/1952) Religion and philosophy [i]
  288. () The messes animals make in metaphysics [d] [j]
  289. (/1965) Between man and man [i]
  290. () Will science meet a new challenge? [d] [j]
  291. (/1985) The sorcerer's apprentice [i]
  292. () Experience and education [o]
  293. () Art as experience [i]
  294. (/1978) Process and reality: an essay in cosmology [i] [u]
  295. () Almost human [o]
  296. (/1970) I and thou [i]
  297. (/1957) Productivity and existence [o] [u]

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