Who's Walking Around in Your Head with Muddy Boots?

New Tools for Self-Discovery and Self-Healing

by Sabra J. House, LCSW



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 26/04/2006

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 144
ISBN : 9781425916602

About the Book

Who’s Walking Around in Your Head With Muddy Boots? is a book about discovering tools for understanding yourself. It is directed toward people who want to grow and change. It is designed for those who want deeper insights into themselves and who wish to develop creative ways of dealing with the challenges in their lives. It is for those who have some sense that hey are on a purposeful path and are not quite sure what that path is all about. This book will lead you on a treasure hunt and you will come to discover that the treasure and the answers are within you.

The tools described in this book come in the form of questions – projective questions I began asking myself and my patients many years ago. They are simple questions that lead to answer that can be interpreted, explained and understood. The ultimate goal is for these answers to lead to self-knowledge, personal growth and enlightenment. Wayne Dyer says, “The door to enlightenment opens inward.” I think that this book Who’s Walking Around in Your Head with Muddy Boots? will help open that door.

Who’s Walking Around in Your Head with Muddy Boots? is geared toward people interested in psychology, self-help, personal growth and spiritual development. It is directed toward an audience who seeks answers from personal growth seminars. It is for therapists and for people in therapy. It is for people who want to explore their inner-selves with or without the assistance of a therapist. It is a means to self-discovery, self-maintenance, and self-healing.

About the Author

Sabra J. House LCSW is a psychotherapist who spent ten years working at Genesee Psychiatric Center in Flint, Michigan before moving to Scottsdale, Arizona. In 1991, Sabra established The Lighthouse Center – Wellness Counseling and Consulting. It was during the early months of her private practice in Arizona that she began writing the stories and the responses contained in this book based on her first ten years as a therapist. The book is designed as an opportunity for the reader to review what others have said and then apply the responses to themselves. The result is an opportunity for introspection and growth in a very simple and safe setting. The book introduces tools for self-discovery and self-healing.

Sabra attended Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts. She taught high school English for three years and then attended Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan earning her Masters Degree in Social Work. Now, even after twenty-five years as a practicing psychotherapist, Sabra continues to pursue the personal growth and mental health of her patients, still providing and teaching skills for successful and abundant living.