Home Is Where The Start Is | Paperback | By Richard Hogan

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  • Home is Where the Start Is
  • Pages: 320
  • Format: Paperback
  • Author: Richard Hogan
  • Publisher: Sandycove
  • Publication date: 8 June 2023
  • Category: Body & Soul, Psychology, Parenting
  • Size: 23.2 x 15.2 x 2.2cm
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Home is Where the Start Is by Richard Hogan


The modern family is one of the most complicated systems we navigate aschildren and parents. In Home is Where the Start Is, leading family psychotherapist Richard Hogan teaches you how to free yourself from negative family experiences you have had in the past, to find true happiness and meaning in the future.

Packed with fascinating case studies from Richard's clinical practice, he offers innovative, proactive and practical strategies for dealing with a wide range of issues; whether you have experienced authoritarian parenting, the effects of addiction, or estrangement, this book will give you the tools to recognise negative patterns from childhood, and avoid them when it comes to making your own family.

This is the essential guide for anyone who wants to break free from cycles of dysfunction and create great relationships. 


Excellent -- Brendan O'Connor ? RTÉ Radio 1

Filled with articulate and fundamentally encouraging advice ? Sunday Independent Life Magazine

An essential guide for anyone who wants to break free from the cycles of family dysfunction ? Irish Examiner

Refreshing and encouraging . . . for everyone who's interested in simply living better, with a little less stress and a little more joy ? The Anglo-Celt

Focusing on elements such as our family of origin, our personality traits and how we express love, Home is Where the Start Is aims to change how we think and allow us to live more positively ? Business Post

About the Author

Psychotherapist Richard Hogan has been in practice for over a decade and specializes in working with families. He is the recipient of a Fulbright Award and is completing a PhD exploring the intersection between psychological models of the family and educational theory. He writes a weekly mental health column for the Irish Examiner and makes frequent TV and radio appearances, including as a regular contributor to Brendan O'Connor on RTÉ Radio 1. He lives in Dublin with his family.


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