Dear Friends,
 
We wanted to let you know that the Healing Center library is stocked full
of amazing and helpful resources to help you grow and meet the goals you
may have for personal enrichment, spiritual growth, and help you mature in
the calling on your life.
 
Our Resource Library contains over 3,000 resources of all kinds. You
are welcome to come by and browse when we are open. You can also
let us know and we can mail the resources out for your convenience.
 
The information below is just one of the resources we have to offer you.
AACC (American Association of Christian Counselors) has counseling
courses and Life Coaching available and have most of them.
 
Please take a moment to pray for the Healing Center and drop us a line.
We would love to hear from you.
 
Warm Regards,
 
Cindy Hyde
CEO/Founder
The East Texas Healing Center 
Life Coaching Website407 E. Hospital St.
Nacogdoches, Texas 75961
Ofc: 936-569-7729
Sozomelord@yahoo.com
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Are you disappointed with some of your closest relationships?
Do your emotions get out of control easily?
Do you sometimes feel unloved?
How can you avoid repeating the same relational mistakes?
The answers to these questions—to why you feel, act and relate the way you do—are found in your “attachment style.”

Drawing on groundbreaking research, Drs. Tim Clinton and Gary Sibcy show what's at work when people flounder, or do surprisingly well, in the tricky business of loving and being loved. The authors deftly explain how our attachments develop as children and affect us as adults, how we fall into dysfunctional patterns, and how we can restore solid bonds with the people in our lives.

God created us to be attached to others. Maintaining and nurturing those relationships—that's the hard part. Why You Do The Things You Do will help you face the truth about who you are and gently modify your relational style at the same time. By doing so, you enjoy a deeper, more fulfilling life with others and, more importantly, with God.

Wonderful for:
  • Personal Enrichment
  • Those You Love
  • Counselor Training
  • Premarital Couples
  • Counseling Individuals
  • Small Groups
  • AND MORE...
You'll receive:
Three VIDEO Lessons on DVDby Drs. Clinton and Sibcy, including topics on...
  • Relationship rules and core beliefs we develop about the self and others
  • Attachment principles and dynamics that affect intimacy with others
  • Soul wounds and how attachment injuries occur
  • The four attachment styles
  • Taming emotional storms: Conquering depression, anxiety, anger and grief
  • Embracing God—The relationship that transcends all others
  • Breaking Free: An attachment-based prescription for changes that heal
PLUS, a comprehensive and interactive work text with lesson outlines and study notes, and one copy of the book, Why You Do The Things You Do.

Adapted from Attachments: Why You Love, Feel & Act the Way You Do (Integrity Publishers ©2006)

Tim Clinton, Ed.D., is president of the nearly 50,000 member American Association of Christian Counselors. He is also a professor of Counseling and Pastoral Care, as well as Executive Director of Liberty University's Center for Counseling and Family Studies, where he teaches extensively on attachment and relationship issues. Dr. Clinton's previous books include Before a Bad Goodbye: How To Turn Your Marriage Around and Competent Christian Counseling. He is also executive editor of The Soul Care Bible. He and his family live in Forest, Virginia.


Gary Sibcy, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist, licensed professional counselor and marriage and family therapist with Piedmont Psychiatric Center in Lynchburg, Virginia. He has done extensive research on attachment theory and consults for various group homes regarding attachment-disordered children. In addition, he is an associate professor and director of the doctoral program in counseling at Liberty University. Dr. Sibcy and his family live in Amherst, Virginia.

 
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