Every human being has a multitude of faces that compose his or her character: anger, intelligence, love, jealousy, helplessness, and courage. We often judge these aspects as either positive or negative, yet we fail to recognize that we need each of them in order to be complete and balanced. In a lively style, Satir demonstrates that the key to self-acceptance and transformation lies in learning to ackwledge, appreciate, and ultimately take control of our 'many faces.'
VIRGINIA SATIR (1916-1988) was a pioneering psychotherapist, lecturer, and author; she was internationally renowned for her work, especially in the field of family therapy. Considered one of the most distinguished therapists in recent history and selected to be on the boards of numerous prestigious councils, Satir was also known for her Change Process Model, still embraced today. Time magazine once wrote of her, She can fill any auditorium in the country .