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When Trust Goes Missing : A Clinical Guide

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  • Author:
    SKELLETT Chris
  • ISBN:
    9781794016019
  • Publication Date:
    January 2019
  • Edition:
    1
  • Pages:
    235
  • Binding:
    Paperback
  • Publisher:
    Independently Published
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When Trust Goes Missing : A Clinical Guide
When Trust Goes Missing : A Clinical Guide

When Trust Goes Missing : A Clinical Guide

Regular price $35.00
Unit price
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  • Author:
    SKELLETT Chris
  • ISBN:
    9781794016019
  • Publication Date:
    January 2019
  • Edition:
    1
  • Pages:
    235
  • Binding:
    Paperback
  • Publisher:
    Independently Published
  • Country of Publication:
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  • This book is primarily written for anyone who feels that life has raised trust issues for them, either through relationship breakdown, traumatic experience, or a personal crisis. It's a very practical handbook that provides a structured approach to the re-installation of trust.

    Some of us trust too much, while others don't trust enough. And the goalposts keep shifting for us all, especially when trading or dating online, evaluating 'fake news', or trusting each other in business, in families or in work teams. It also considers the importance of trust in building stronger communities, and challenges the collective suspicion and mistrust that follows trauma such as a terrorist attack.

    Specifically, the book re-defines Trust as an 'assumption of positive and affirming outcomes'. It is not something that we have, it is something that we do. We learn how to develop a personal Trust Profile and how to perform Trust Audits on specific aspects of our lives. We are also invited to become 'Ambassadors for Trust' in our interactions with others.

    We learn how to develop greater:

  • Trust in Ourselves (to be more confident, adventurous and decisive)
  • Trust in Other People (to be honest, reliable and to act in our best interests)
  • Trust in the World (to be predictable and safe).
  • Written by experienced clinical psychologist Chris Skellett, (MSc. Clin Psych. FNZCCP) this book gives many practical suggestions about the re-building of trust when it goes missing from our lives.

    Featured in the 16 July 2019 New Zealand newsletter.
    To receive this newsletter regularly please email us with your name and contact details.

    Featured in the July 2019 Psychology newsletter.
    To receive this newsletter regularly please email us with your name and contact details.

This book is primarily written for anyone who feels that life has raised trust issues for them, either through relationship breakdown, traumatic experience, or a personal crisis. It's a very practical handbook that provides a structured approach to the re-installation of trust.

Some of us trust too much, while others don't trust enough. And the goalposts keep shifting for us all, especially when trading or dating online, evaluating 'fake news', or trusting each other in business, in families or in work teams. It also considers the importance of trust in building stronger communities, and challenges the collective suspicion and mistrust that follows trauma such as a terrorist attack.

Specifically, the book re-defines Trust as an 'assumption of positive and affirming outcomes'. It is not something that we have, it is something that we do. We learn how to develop a personal Trust Profile and how to perform Trust Audits on specific aspects of our lives. We are also invited to become 'Ambassadors for Trust' in our interactions with others.

We learn how to develop greater:

  • Trust in Ourselves (to be more confident, adventurous and decisive)
  • Trust in Other People (to be honest, reliable and to act in our best interests)
  • Trust in the World (to be predictable and safe).
  • Written by experienced clinical psychologist Chris Skellett, (MSc. Clin Psych. FNZCCP) this book gives many practical suggestions about the re-building of trust when it goes missing from our lives.

    Featured in the 16 July 2019 New Zealand newsletter.
    To receive this newsletter regularly please email us with your name and contact details.

    Featured in the July 2019 Psychology newsletter.
    To receive this newsletter regularly please email us with your name and contact details.