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The Sacred Path of the Therapist: Modern Healing, Ancient Wisdom, and Client Transformation

by Irene R. Siegel

Shamans are ancestral teachers, guides to nonordinary realms of consciousness who heal by connecting to elemental energies, major archetypal forces of nature, and a divine cosmic whole within silent sacred spaces....


Making Your Marriage Work

by Eyitayo Dada

Marriage is not meant to be endured, it is meant to be enjoyed.

Far too many people are either coasting through their marriage bored or just holding on “for God’s sake” or “for the sake of their children”....


Bad Psychology: How Forensic Psychology Left Science Behind

by Robert A. Forde

Robert A. Forde challenges widely held yet flawed views in the field of applying psychology to criminality. Here, he exposes the lack of evidence behind current policy and practice, vested commercial and professional...


Bad (Forensic) Psychology

by Robert A. Forde

For decades the psychological assessment and treatment of offenders has run on invalid and untested programmes. Robert A. Forde exposes the current ineffectiveness of forensic psychology that has for too long...


Tough-to-Treat Anxiety: Hidden Problems & Effective Solutions for Your Clients

by Margaret Wehrenberg

How to recognize common obstacles to anxiety treatment and overcome complicating factors.

Most people with mental health challenges of any kind are burdened by anxiety. In many cases, their anxiety symptoms...


Playful Awakening

by Dianne Gammage & Stuart Brown Md

Many in the field of therapy are arriving at the realisation that healing needs to bring together not only our social, emotional, physical and intellectual sides but also our spiritual beings. Play in its many...


Art Therapy and Substance Abuse

by Libby Schmanke

Art therapy is an effective treatment for individuals with addictions. Working with this unique and often difficult clinical population, however, requires special therapist awareness and knowledge. This handbook...


Ana-María Rizzuto and the Psychoanalysis of Religion

by David M. Goodman, Martha J. Reineke, Jacob Waldenmaier & Leif Gunnar Engedal et al.

The Birth of the Living God, contributors to this international collection of essays confirm the significance of Rizzuto’s contributions to psychoanalytic theories of religious experience. They also underscore...


A Three-Factor Model of Couples Therapy: Projective Identification, Couple Object Relations, and Omnipotent Control

by Robert Mendelsohn

In A Three-Factor Model of Couples Therapy the author presents a new schema of psychodynamic couples therapy that includes a three-factor model for understanding and treating couples. These three factors are:...


An Introduction to Human Operations Psychotherapy

by Steve Davidson

In this book, Steve Davidson offers an innovative approach to psychotherapy and to personal development that builds upon operations theory and the idea that by methodically building operational competence, by...


How Culture Runs the Brain

by Jay Evans Harris

Freud was right: mind and brain evolved together, adapting progressively to cultural change; responding regressively to wars, genocides, and forced migrations. Freud traced innate conflicts between pleasure...


Applied Behavior Analysis Advanced Guidebook: A Manual for Professional Practice

by James K. Luiselli

The Applied Behavior Analysis Practice Guidebook: A Manual for Professional Practice gives behavioral practitioners pragmatic advice, direction and recommendations for being an effective clinician, consultant,...


Goal Focused Positive Psychotherapy

by Collie W. Conoley & Michael J. Scheel

Goal Focused Positive Psychotherapy (GFPP) is the first comprehensive approach to strength-oriented therapy that fully incorporates positive psychology principles. This book provides instruction for therapists...


A Democratic Mind

by Israel W. Charny & Allen Frances

A Democratic Mind uses a lens of a “Democratic Mind” to see mental disorders as well as relationship disorders as akin and deriving from the same kind of “fascist thinking” that makes for terrifying...


The Counseling Dictionary

by Samuel T. Gladding

This authoritative reference book by one of the most distinguished leaders in the profession features 4,000 commonly used terms and abbreviations in counseling. Since publication of the previous edition, Dr....


The Anatomy of Healing

by Erica Francesca Poli

What is healing? What really determines it? How can we make it happen? It is increasingly clear that there is not just one single kind of medicine and that paths to healing flow through the integration of multiple...


Behind the Therapy Door

by Randy Kamen

Dr. Randy Kamen takes you into the stories of six women whose search to find greater life satisfaction paves the way for readers to do the same. This is a journey to acquire health-enhancing tools and strategies...


Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Obsessive-compulsive Disorder

by Victoria Bream, Fiona Challacombe, Asmita Palmer & Paul Salkovskis

Obsessive-compulsive disorder can be a very disabling and distressing problem. Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) has been shown to be very effective in helping people to overcome OCD. However, OCD is a highly...


Intervention with Children

by Rajinder M. Gupta & Peter Coxhead

Educational psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, and other professionals are often asked by parents or teachers to intervene when 'normal' classroom strategies have failed children in their charge....


The Therapeutic Play Group

by Mortimer Schiffer

Originally published in 1971, this title is a comprehensive and detailed presentation of the principles and practices of an activity-type, experimental form of group therapy which had proved successful with...