Books

These are the books written by Dr. Cecile. They are currently out of print. Should you wish to acquire a copy, please let us know using the contact form.


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DANCE ON YOUR GLASS CEILING
– 2006: Text by Dr Cecile, published by Aardvark Press
It’s time to get up and dance! This uplifting book will equip you to throw off the shackles that bind you both professionally and personally. Dr Gericke’s special interest is in empowering people to be the best they can be, and creating healthy relationships and expectations at home and in the workplace. If you often feel challenged by the pressures of modern living, Dr Gericke’s practical down-to-earth advice and easy-to-implement strategies will help you live a more rewarding life.

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 BREEK DEUR JOU GLASPLAFON
– 2005: Published by Dr Cecile & Bussiness print 
Dr Cecile Gericke is ‘n gekwalifiseerde, geregistreede sielkindige wat in Ferndale, Johannesburg praktiseer. Haar loopbaan het deur die onderwys en onderwys hulpdienste geloop. Sy was etlike jare aan ‘n universiteit verbonde en het ook in die korporatiewe wereld gewerk, waar sy ‘n organisasiegedragskonsultant was.Dr Cecile word veral gekenmerk deur haar wyduiteenlopende kennis. Sy is nasionaal en internasionaal bekend waar sy veral werkwinkels oor bemagtiging van mense aanbied. Dr Cecile word heel dikwels op televisie gesien en radio gehoor. Verskeie artikels van haar her reeds in uiteenlopende tydskrifte verskyn.Dr Cecile kombineer haar wetenskaplike kennis met ‘n holistiese benadering om ‘n unieke, individuele terapie te bewerkstellig. Dr Cecile doen heel dikwels werkwinkels vir maatskappye sowel as ope werkswinkels wat die publiek kan bywoon.


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LOUITA THROUGH THE EYES OF HER MOTHER, FRIENDS AND FAMILY
– 2008: Published by Cecile Gericke
Louita – through the eyes of her mother, family and friends…
This is the life story of the most amazing woman I have come across on this earth.  She is a caring mother, a supportive wife, an inspirational friend and a daughter I wish to clone.  I have the privilege of being her mother – for which I thank the universe.