Tim Kellebrew

Biography

Tim Kellebrew is a writer, publisher, and philosopher (when he's not doing his day jobs as a consultant, businessman, or psychotherapist).

Tim has written content for Fortune 500 companies, internet moguls, professional sports teams and athletes, pharmaceutical and medical device companies, and various ecommerce providers.

His published nonfiction books include books about psychology, philosophy, and computer gaming. Other non fiction works are being planned due to Tim's wide range of education and interests. He is especially interested in emerging technologies and how these may affect future life.

Recent publications include: A Brief Overview of Dialogical Psychotherapy (2012), and On the World as Misrepresentation (2012). Forthcoming books include: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT): A Handbook for Clients; Dialectic and Dialogue Across the Life Span; and, Content Marketing and the Emergent Niche.

You can learn more about Tim and some of his business activities at: http://www.kellebrewconsulting.com

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Books

On the World as Misrepresentation
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 17,460. Language: English. Published: May 7, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Philosophy » Mind & Body
In this paper length eBook, psychotherapist and philosopher Tim Kellebrew introduces social referents of dialogue. In this groundbreaking work, he shares an emerging theory of epistemology that transcends 'private' views of representation. Kellebrew also identifies some common errors of our Western Cartesian inheritance and how to transcend them.
Brief Overview of Dialogical Psychotherapy
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Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 10,620. Language: English. Published: December 16, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Psychology » Psychotherapy / counseling
This brief work introduces Dialogical Psychotherapy. Dialogical Psychotherapy is an approach to working with others that begins with genuine dialogue.This work discusses the history and features of this interesting approach to counseling and psychotherapy. Based upon foundational elements drawn from the work of Martin Buber, Maurice Friedman, and Hans Trub, as well as dialogical therapists.

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