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The Power Tactics of Jesus Christ: and other essays (Anglais) Broché – 14 juillet 2006

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Par cani TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 18 janvier 2010
Format: Broché
Un recueil d'articles remarquables écrits par Jay Haley, un des fondateurs des thérapies familiales systémique et stratégique.
Il y décrit notamment les pratiques manipulatoires religieuses (christiannisme), psychanalytiques et psychiatriques (ainsi que les aberrations de ces courants de pensée et l'incompétence acquise des thérapeutes de ces deux obédiences), tout en menant une réflexion sur l'"inconscient et le conscient", le bonheur (ou plutôt comment faire son propre malheur - seul ou en couple - voire celui des gens que l'on est censé soigner), et ce qu'est la psychothérapie.
Ces articles, pleins d'humour, de finesse et volontiers iconoclastes, restent parfaitement à l'ordre du jour à notre époque - hélas! Si Jay Haley était encore en vie, je pense qu'il écornerait aussi largement ce qu'est devenu la thérapie familiale dans ce grand processus de complexification d'hypothèses peut-être erronées qui s'auto-entretiennent et se développent.
Tout praticien, quelle que soit son obédience, devrait avoir lu ce must et y réfléchir un tant soit peu.
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Par leg74 le 30 décembre 2016
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Expert de la communication et thérapeute familiale issue du "collège" de Palo Alto, Jay Hayley, décrit non sans humour les tactiques des psychanalystes, des schizophrènes et de Jésus (tant qu'à faire!) pour garder le dessus sur leurs interlocuteurs. Il questionne aussi l'existence de la thérapie. Très facile à lire ce recueil permet de comprendre beaucoup les stratégies de pouvoir dans les interactions. Franchement drôle,très instructif et brillamment écrit, un must-read pour les experts en communication, thérapeutes et autres stratèges!
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I love this book for its new ways of looking at things like marriage or psychotherapy, schizophrenia or teachings of Jesus.
It is not about right or wrong ways of thinking but to exercise the mind to go out of common believes, and see the fresh new world !!!

All my family read it,
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Interesting, Not Crap 23 mars 2012
Par rch - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If you've ever been in therapy or know someone who has, there is all sorts of great advice in here to help make the therapeutic process short, direct and goal-oriented. Which is helpful because if therapy is not those things for you, it's really not worth doing, now is it? Haley has an amazing essay called The Art of Being a Failure as a Therapist where he attempts to look at the ways therapy might not be therapy, the idea being that if something can't be falsified it isn't scientific. Naturally, Haley is applying this test to his job, and we benefit from his conclusions, but we'd be even better off if we tried this in our own fields. If you can't say how you can fail at your job then it isn't much of a job. The essay about Jesus Christ is very insightful, but what separates this book from most books of essays is that the title essay is not the best one. In fact, it's such a rarity that as a general rule I think you're safe to stay away from any interestingly titled book of essays since it will inevitably be one good piece packaged together with a bunch of crap.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 An Actually Useful Analysis of Jesus of Nazareth 7 octobre 2013
Par Michael Tunney - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I went to Catholic school, so I'm not religious. But, THIS is the book I should have been assigned in Catholic School, instead of the awful dogma that is taught instead.

Jay Haley does the work that more authors should do I my opinion. He does without the value judgments and ideology associated with a subject people think they already know and presents it in a useful context. In this case, Haley focuses on the strategy and tactics Jesus used to form his organization and take hold of the Roman Empire.

From defining the term power tactic, to analyzing the power of the surrender tactic (turn the other cheek), to Jesus final strategic calculation (or perhaps, miscalculation) in his arrest and execution, Haley covers Jesus' entire gambit, focusing on what he gained strategically from his actions and what we can learn from them.

The most useful strategy Jesus used when first starting his movement was that he framed his radical movement within the existing framework of the society in which he lived. Instead of claiming he was starting a new religion, he instead insisted his ideas weren't, "deviations from the established religion but a more true expression of the ideas of that religion."

After reading The Power Tactics of Jesus Christ, a logical next step would be Saul Alinsky's Rules for Radicals. I saw shades of the great community organizer throughout the essay, making me think he did Haley's work years before for his own study.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Not Just For Therapists 24 juillet 2012
Par Steve Brooks - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Although Haley wrote to psychoanalysts (therapists), his writing helps laypeople as well.

Haley takes a systems perspective of behavior. Every behavior is an attempt to get "one-up" on the other person. Even schizophrenia can be explained as an adaptation to complicated, interrelated interpersonal relationships.

The most useful essay is "Therapy - A New Pheonoen." I entered therapy without a clear understanding of what therapy was and wasn't, the therapists role, and what I could do to make it more effective. Don't waste time as the therapist tries to politely guide you; understand where he is trying to take you so you can decide to follow or not.

There is a surprising amount of wit. For some reason, I am much more receptive to an essay titled "How to Have an Awful Marriage" than "The Keys to a Good Marriage." It turns out, we use the same, tired ploys to try to get "one-up" on our spouse - our tactics aren't that original or useful.

The title essay delivers, but I agree with Ryan, it isn't the best essay in the collection. If you enjoy "The Power Tactics of Jesus Christ" the obvious extension is Rules for Radicals.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A cogent & compassionate look at therapy from a master of the craft 2 octobre 2014
Par Tim Lukeman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I remember reading the first edition of this book when it originally appeared, and how fascinating & mind-opening I found it then. But would it still have the same effect some 40+ years later? I'm happy to say that it not only remains fascinating & mind-opening, but has become even more so, due to those 40+ years of life experience since that first reading. As previous reviewers note, while these essays were written with other psychologists in mind, they're just as illuminating for the lay reader. Haley strips away a good deal of the mystique & esoteric aura that's accrued to therapy over the years, making the process & its social ramifications as clear & lucid as possible for the rest of us. The title essay retains its startling power, simply by having plenty of substance to back up its deliberately cheeky & provocative title. In fact, Haley's technique of approaching all of his topics from an oblique angle, contrary to what one might expect, works beautifully to make us see them in a new light.

I have only one caveat about this expanded second edition. It omits Haley's charming & informative essay "The Amiable Hippie" -- no doubt because it was considered terribly dated & unimportant now. I disagree. It's one of the few attempts to examine the genuine hippie (as opposed to all the wannabes) from the viewpoint of psychology & sociology, providing an honest & three-dimensional portrait of a movement that's since been reduced to caricature over the decades. Having known some of those genuine hippies myself as a boy, I can attest to Haley's analysis -- an understanding, forgiving, and ultimately admiring view that both recognized, even then, the fragility & ephemeral nature of the movement, but also its very humane qualities -- qualities we could use today. If you can find that earlier edition, check out this particular essay.

That aside, the expanded selection in this edition remains well worth reading & mulling over -- highly recommended!
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Must-read for Christians or those in the mental health profession... 5 février 2016
Par SirShamgar - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
...The former to enjoy the overall favorable view of their God as a master tactician (though they will not agree 100 with what is said, and rightly so), and to understand psychology as a competing ideology. The latter to enjoy the very candid satire, and to understand that there is indeed a power struggle inherent in the craft. Being the assumed gatekeeper to sanity carried with it very serious repercussions, and should not be abused.
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