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Overcoming Depression: Pragmatic Solutions to Deal with Suicidal Thoughts

by Mark Brightlife

Before helping others, seeking for help, or even considering such thoughts, we must realize a fact that not many Therapists and Patients are willing to confront: Only those that help themselves can be helped!...

Lack of Choice: The Connection between Evilness, Selfishness and Depression

by Mark Brightlife

In the field of health there’s something called the "point of no return", where an individual can’t be helped anymore, and there isn’t any therapy, physical or psychological, able to provide healing. Interestingly,...

The Man Puzzle: A Guide To Understanding Men (Heart, Mind and Soul)

by Phillip Petree

Simply put, The Man Puzzle is the most revealing book about what really goes on inside a man that has been written to date. The Man Puzzle starts at what goes into making a good man (and what goes wrong) and...

I-Power: The Freedom to Be Me

by George Dieter

We all too often look for happiness via relationships, success and recognition - all things that lie outside ourselves. This approach is actually at the heart of why we end up experiencing unhappiness and discontent....

NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity

by Steve Silberman

A groundbreaking book that upends conventional thinking about autism and suggests a broader model for acceptance, understanding, and full participation in society for people who think differently.


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The Superhuman Mind: Free the Genius in Your Brain

by PhD, Berit Brogaard & MA, Kristian Marlow

Did you know your brain has superpowers?

Berit Brogaard, PhD, and Kristian Marlow, MA, study people with astonishing talents—memory champions, human echolocators, musical virtuosos, math geniuses, and synesthetes...

How We Live Now: Redefining Home and Family in the 21st Century

by Bella DePaulo

A close-up examination and exploration, How We Live Now challenges our old concepts of what it means to be a family and have a home, opening the door to the many diverse and thriving experiments of living in...

Living Moments: On the Work of Michael Eigen

by Loray Daws, Stephen Bloch & James S. Grotstein

Michael Eigen is widely regarded as a significant and increasingly influential figure in contemporary psychoanalysis. His writings represent a singular interpretation of Bion and Winnicott, as well as being...

The Origins of Unhappiness: A New Understanding of Personal Distress

by David Smail

It is the main argument of this book that emotional and psychological distress is often brought about through the operation of social-environmental powers which have their origin at a considerable distance from...

Illusion and Reality: The Meaning of Anxiety

by David Smail

This work challenges the notion that anxiety and depression amount to a mental illness denoting that something is wrong with the individual sufferer. Instead, anxiety and depression are described as perfectly...

How to Survive Without Psychotherapy

by David Smail

This book is directly aimed at sufferers of mental distress. The book's aim is to remove from sufferers the burden of 'fault' for their pain and to demystify some of the practices that surround the 'treatment'...

Taking Care: An Alternative to Therapy

by David Smail

Taking Care established David Smail as an important social and political analyst whose background happened to be in clinical psychology. In this work he develops the analysis of mental illness, and psychology...

The Intellectual and Developmental Disability Treatment Planner, with DSM 5 Updates

by Arthur E. Jongsma, David J. Berghuis & Kellye H. Slaggert

This timesaving resource features:

  • Treatment plan components for 28 behaviorally based presenting problems
  • Over 1,000 prewritten treatment goals, objectives, and interventions-plus space to record your own...

The Probation and Parole Treatment Planner, with DSM 5 Updates

by Arthur E. Jongsma, Bradford Bogue & Anjali Nandi

This timesaving resource features:

  • Treatment plan components for 30 behaviorally based presenting problems
  • Over 1,000 prewritten treatment goals, objectives, and interventions-plus space to record your own...

The Good Divorce: A Psychoanalyst's Exploration of Separation, Divorce, and Childcare

by Arthur Leonoff

Divorce is a complicated process and not a single event. It has major life implications and must be done right. In this regard, the good divorce is an ethical divorce.The Good Divorce does not follow the pattern...

Verbal and Non-Verbal Communication in Psychotherapy

by Gill Westland

Implicit communications analyzed alongside verbal communication in therapy. Body language, facial expression, and tone of voice are key components in therapeutic interactions, but for far too long psychotherapists...

Talks To Teachers On Psychology

by J. William

Man is an organism for reacting on impressions: his mind is there to help determine his reactions, and the purpose of his education is to make them numerous and perfect. Our education means, in short, little...

Life After Loss: The Lessons of Grief

by Vamik D. Volkan & Elizabeth Zintl

How we cope with grief and come to terms with the death of a loved one shapes our world. In this comprehensive guide to the mourning process, Dr Volkan, a world-recognised authority on grief, shows how each...

Counselling Skills for Working with Shame

by Christiane Sanderson

Counselling Skills for Working with Shame helps professionals to understand and identify shame and to build shame resilience in both the client and themselves. Shame is ubiquitous in counselling where there...

Older Adults and Autism Spectrum Conditions: An Introduction and Guide

by Wenn Lawson & Carol Povey

Packed with practical advice, this is the first book to address the challenges facing older people with autism. With first-hand stories and drawing on the latest research, it will help to support older adults...