The Tools: Transform Your Problems into Courage, Confidence, and Creativity by Phil Stutz

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Read The Tools: Transform Your Problems into Courage, Confidence, and Creativity Online Free - A groundbreaking book about personal growth that presents a uniquely effective set of four tools that bring about dynamic change in the present and impart a greater understanding of the depth and complexity of the human condition over the longterm.
 
The Tools addresses the most common complaint patients have about psychotherapy: the interminable wait for change to begin. Barry Michels, an LA-based therapist, was frustrated by his inability to bring his patients faster relief from the issues that plagued them. He found a mentor in Phil Stutz, a psychiatrist who years before devised a methodology that arose from a similar disenchantment. The traditional therapeutic model sets its sights on the past, but Stutz and Michels employ an arsenal of tools--exercises that access the power of the unconscious and effectively meet the most persistent problems people face--and the results are electrifying. Stutz and Michels are much sought-after--a recent profile in The New Yorker touted them as an "open secret" in Hollywood--and treat a high-powered and creative clientele. Their first work, The Tools transcends the typical self-help genre because of its paradigm-changing material, the credibility of its authors, and the instant appeal and empowerment of its message.



Title : The Tools: Transform Your Problems into Courage, Confidence, and Creativity
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ISBN : 030736092X
Edition Language : English
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 288 pages


Reviews


Loy rated it ★☆☆☆☆

October 15, 2012

Let me break down the analysis of this book into 3 parts. Part 1 – What is this book about. Part 2 - Outline of the Tools Part 3 – What I really think about this book. Part 1 – What is this book about? By combining 60 years of hands-on working experience using the elements of Jungian psychology with...


Morgan rated it ★★★★☆

September 29, 2017

Guilty (but delicious) pleasure. I have to admit I loved it. I'm a huge Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) fan. And much of the ideas in the book were very inline with the ACT model. But (importantly) delivered in a much more user friendly (quasi new age) package. I'm a stalwart atheist/mate...


Natalie rated it ★★★☆☆

August 22, 2013

I was going to give this book 5 or 4 stars, because first 4 techniques are elegant, enjoyable, easy to use and do seem to make a real difference in one's daily life. I encourage everyone to familiarise themselves with the presented techniques. However, in order to fully enjoy this book, I highly r...


Laura rated it ★★★★★

June 19, 2015

I really liked this, more than I thought I would. Partially I think I liked it because I'd read the New Yorker piece, so I was primed to be open to these guys. Plus I've used and am still using the tools, although not as often as I did. They do work - especially in my case, because I have a big bu...


Laura rated it ★★☆☆☆

May 31, 2012

Some interesting ideas, but I found the emphasis on the "higher powers" pretty off-putting, particularly during the second half of the book, where the authors seem to go out of their way to denigrate skepticism, the scientific method, and science in general. For those of us who don't buy the idea...


Tony rated it ★★★★★

June 22, 2012

I thought it was outstanding! Two psychiatrists accepted that "this just really isn't working" when they realised that encouraging their patients to talk endlessly about their past wasn't giving them any relief in the present day. They found they hadn't been trained to do anything else and so wer...


Derrick rated it ★★★★☆

July 03, 2012

I saw a review for this book, I think in Time Magazine, and thought it would be a great self help book. The authors are both psychologist that provide tools to deal with life problems in there psychotherapy approach with there patients. This book provides many of those examples. The tools are 1. Th...


Victoria rated it ★★★★★

September 13, 2012

This book has been flying off our shelves at work, so I'm going to see what it's all about! --- Now that I'm finished, I feel that my rating (5/5) requires a nuanced review...especially given how split the readership seems to be in regards to the ratings. Whether or not I'll achieve the nuance and...


Deb rated it ★★★☆☆

September 01, 2013

**There’s a tool for that** Pain. It’s one of those inconvenient givens of life. Although we spend so much energy trying to avoid it, it makes a regular appearance in our daily lives: in our constantly playing thoughts of “things shouldn’t be this way; ” in the insecurities that hold us back from...


Melissa rated it ★★★★★

May 18, 2012

Ordinarily, I avoid self-help books the way I avoid DIY root canals. This one is different. Specific. Practical. Actually helpful. For example, here's a nugget that got me through a recent festering tangle of procrastination/anxiety: "Pain is not absloute. When you move toward it, pain shrinks......





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