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Women's Wisdom: Pass It On!

by Kathleen Vestal Logan

We're on this life journey together, so let's share with each other as we strive to become wiser, more complete, women. Wouldn't it be lovely to have a "how to" manual for life? To have a personal, caring mentor...


Elements of Reparation: Truth, Faith, and Transformation in the Works of Heidegger, Bion, and Beyond

by Brent Potter

Damage and reparation are central themes of human existence. Melanie Klein, among other pivotal discoveries, noted our capacity for destructiveness towards others and ourselves. More importantly, she accented...


Solitude a Return to the Self

by Anthony Storr

Originally published in 1988, Anthony Storr's enlightening meditation on the creative individual's need for solitude has become a classic.

Solitude was seminal in challenging the established belief that "interpersonal...


Reptile House

by Robin McLean

With characters trapped by blind ambitions and toxic relationships, these stories probe the dark underbelly of human nature and want.


Taste for Chaos: The Art of Literary Improvisation

by Randy Fertel

Western civilization has always driven toward mastering the world through reason, will, craft, and scientific objectivity. Yet beneath this current swirls a riptide that suggests we can know more of the world...


ACA International Counseling Case Studies Handbook

by Roy Moodley, Marguerite Lengyell & Rosa Wu

In this book, designed to increase mental health professionals’ global literacy, authors from 33 countries demonstrate multicultural skills and competencies through case studies that illustrate approaches...


Her Lost Year: A Story of Hope and a Vision for Optimizing Children's Mental Health

by Tabita Green & Rebecka Green

In the spring of 2010, Tabita Green's daughter, Rebecka-then in seventh grade-started to feel depressed and lost a lot of weight. Almost immediately, Rebecka's well-meaning health care providers recommended...


ACA Assessment of Client Core Issues

by Richard W. Halstead

This monograph instructs counselors on how to better recognize, understand, and treat clients’ underlying problems. The model presented helps uncover the origin of these core concerns, provides a means to...


A Mood Apart: Depression, Mania, And Other Afflictions Of The Self

by Peter C. Whybrow

When first published in 1997 this groundbreaking work on the science of mood both redefined the field and—with compassion, understanding, and scientific rigor—made it accessible to those who would most benefit...


The Thirteenth Step: Addiction in the Age of Brain Science

by Markus Heilig

The past twenty-five years have witnessed a revolution in the science of addiction, yet we still rely upon sorely outdated methods of treatment. Expensive new programs for managing addiction are also flourishing,...


Men Are From Cyberspace

by Lisa Skriloff & Jodie Gould

Welcome to the dating world's new frontier: No longer will a popular singles bar, the neighborhood gym, or the travel section at your local bookstore be the best place to find Mr. Right. More and more, women...


The Beguiling Serpent: A Re-evaluation of Emotions and Values

by Hunter Lewis

The Beguiling Serpent looks at emotions, and emotional values in particular. On one level a sequel to A Question of Values, it is also an excellent introduction to emotions and values, and ideal course material....


Mania Has 1000 Faces: Making Diagnosis Simple

by MD, Jesse Lee Hite

Jesse Lee Hite, MD is a board-certified psychiatrist who has 40 years of experience involving adult psychotherapy, psychiatric hospital practice, children, geriatrics, Veterans Administration practice, etc....


Do You Read Me?: Learning Difficulties, Dyslexia and the Denial of Meaning

by J.F. Miller

A fascinating and compelling exploration of the learning process for parents, teachers, and anyone with an interest in education.Reading and writing are fundamentally about the communication of meaning. Yet,...


Soul Sex: The Alchemy of Gender & Sexuality

by Drake Bear Stephen

How does your gender and sexual identity define you? Find out in this guide for identity fluidity in the 21st century. Here you will discover: 1) How gender and sexual identities are created and why; 2) How...


Man Disconnected

by Philip Zimbardo & Nikita D. Coulombe

Young men are failing as never before - academically, socially and sexually. But why is this so? What are the implications? And what needs to be done about it before it's too late?

Philip Zimbardo and co-writer...


Lord Fear: A Memoir

by Lucas Mann

Lucas Mann was only thirteen years old when his brother Josh—charismatic and ambitious, funny and sadistic, violent and vulnerable—died of a heroin overdose. Although his brief life is ultimately unknowable,...


Freud: The Theory of the Unconscious

by Octave Mannoni

Octave Mannoni worked in France, Madagascar, and Africa throughout the twentieth century to develop Lacanian psychoanalytic methods in the feld of ethnology. He is best known for his research on the psychic...


Read My Desire: Lacan Against the Historicists

by Joan Copjec

In Read My Desire, Joan Copjec stages a confrontation between the theories of Jacques Lacan and Michel Foucault, protagonists of two powerful modern discourses – psychoanalysis and historicism. Ordinarily,...


The Weary Sons of Freud

by Catherine Clément

In this passionately written and controversial book, first published in 1978, Catherine Clément, Communist, feminist and analysand, asks what the social function of psychoanalysis should be and condemns what...