The New Family: Mapping Your Way to the Good Stuff by Nadya Giusi

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Author
Nadya Giusi
Publisher
Waterside Publications
Date of release
Pages
180
ISBN
9781937504014
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Paperback
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Mapping is a new, unique, easy-to-use tool that offers you a simple picture of the peace-centered relationship. Born out of the idea that every healthy relationship is founded on five basic, universal elements--space, equality, fence lines, connecting lines and centering--it answers the most challenging question most of us are faced with in all our relationships; "How to get along without losing yourself." This is an educational model that will benefit families, students, teachers, healthcare providers, businesses, organizations of any kind and society in general.

Nadya Giusi has worked with families for forty-five years. Before becoming a marriage and family therapist in 1980, Giusi pioneered Montessori education on the Monterey Peninsula, establishing three schools and a teacher training center. In 2003 Giusi founded Families for Attitiudinal Healing, a non-judgmental educational approach dedicated to fostering peace-centered relationships in the family and in the world. A member of the faculty at Monterey Peninsula College, Giusi also maintains a private practice, offers classes and workshops in the community and is an author. She and her husband, Valerio, have been married 50 years, have two daughters and five grandchildren and live in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California.


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