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eBook The Disabled and their Parents: A Counseling Challenge ePub

by PH. D. Leo F. Buscaglia

  • ISBN: 0913590304
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: PH. D. Leo F. Buscaglia
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: C. B. Slack; First Edition edition (1975)
  • Pages: 393
  • ePub book: 1917 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1197 kb
  • Other: txt docx lrf rtf
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 977

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Buscaglia found himself perfectly at ease when talking about disabled people and their relatives. He thought disabled people can be better than so-called "normal" people, in the task of developing a better self, and a better society.

Buscaglia found himself perfectly at ease when talking about disabled people and their relatives. If only we knew how to deal with their characteristics, and not be scared by them. A must-read for those who think that we are strongly hypocritical about people who are different from "normalcy", in any fashion.

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The Disabled & Their Parents book. Dr. Felice Leonardo Buscaglia P. was a professor in the Department of Special Education at the University of Southern California

The Disabled & Their Parents book. The Disabled & Their Parents: A Counseling Challenge. was a professor in the Department of Special Education at the University of Southern California. He was a graduate of Theodore Roosevelt High School (Los Angeles). Leo Buscaglia authored a number of New York Times bestselling inspirational books on love and human reticences on the subject, including The Fall of Freddie t known as "Dr. Love".

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The Disabled and Their Parents: A Counseling Challenge (1983). Loving Through Death" by Leo Buscaglia, PhD. Obituary at USC Alumni News. Seven Stories of Christmas Love (1987). A Memory for Tino (1988). Born for Love (1992). com A Peanuts comic strip reference to Leo Buscaglia's popularity in the 1980s.

Helps the disabled and their families through the complicated processes necessary to meet their unique mental . Disabled and Their Parents : A Counseling Challenge.

Helps the disabled and their families through the complicated processes necessary to meet their unique mental, physical, and emotional needs.

Buscaglia died of a heart attack on June 12, 1998 at his home in Glenbrook, Nevada, near Lake Tahoe. The Disabled and Their Parents: A Counseling Challenge (1983). a b c d e f Robert McG.

Ajn book of the year. The disabled and their parents: a counseling challenge. Journal of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus. The ultimate goal of counseling the disabled is to help them acquire the necessary hope, insight, and strength to grasp, as their own, the greatest of all human challenges: the inalienable right of every man, disabled or not, to self-actualization.

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Helps the disabled and their families through the complicated processes necessary to meet their unique mental, physical, and emotional needs. It offers hope, insight, and strength to take on the greatest of all human challenges.

Comments

Briciraz Briciraz
Good book
Mash Mash
This book was in the "American Bookstore" of my city, Milano (Italy). I am not disabled (but I cannot even say I am normal, as normalcy is not a sensible concept) nor have disabled relatives. However, this book immediately seemed to mirror my opinion that Western societies can be very cruel and indifferent to exceptional kids, although societies have learned to speak about disabilities so that it seems there is no cruelty or indifference.

In these days, everybody is very attentive to the correctness of talk about disabilities. Few, however, really dare to express constructive thoughts about how disabled people can be helped to flourish, about how to counsel them and their families. Everybody seems to be walking on eggshells in this regard, for fear of saying something unpopular.

Buscaglia found himself perfectly at ease when talking about disabled people and their relatives. Because he cared. He thought disabled people can be better than so-called "normal" people, in the task of developing a better self, and a better society. If only we knew how to deal with their characteristics, and not be scared by them.

A must-read for those who think that we are strongly hypocritical about people who are different from "normalcy", in any fashion.