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Clinical Applications of Psychoanalytic Theory

by Esther Fine

Clinical Applications of Psychoanalytic Theory provides a description of a psychoanalytic approach to a wide range of mental disorders affecting both adults and children. Clinical examples are provided.


Why Can't I Be Me?: Understanding and Rising Above the 'Fake It To Make It' Work Culture

by Jessica Simko

Why Can't I Be Me? explores the mysterious and disturbing corporate work culture, focusing on why, as a job seeker and an employee, you feel pressured to "fake it to make it" to be hired and succeed at work,...


Getting Control (Revised Edition)

by Lee Baer

Six million Americans suffer from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), and they know firsthand the often devastating effects it has on their lives. Some symptoms, such as the nagging feeling you have left the...


New Tools, Old Tasks: Safety Implications of New Technologies and Work Processes for Integrated Operations in the Petroleum Industry

by Torgeir K. Haavik

New Tools, Old Tasks explores how Integrated Operations (IO) will influence the safety of offshore drilling operations. The book is based on several years of practical experience combined with a research study...


The Nostalgia Factory: Memory, Time and Ageing

by Douwe Draaisma

You cannot call to mind the name of a man you have known for 30 years. You walk into a room and forget what you came for. What is the name of that famous film you've watched so many times? These are common...


The Science of the Art of Psychotherapy (Norton Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology)

by Allan N. Schore

The latest work from a pioneer in the study of the development of the self. Focusing on the hottest topics in psychotherapy—attachment, developmental neuroscience, trauma, the developing brain—this book...


ADHD - Living without Brakes

by Martin L. Kutscher

This concise book contains everything that parents and professionals need to know about ADHD. The author describes the spectrum of ADHD, the co-occurring symptoms, and common difficulties that parents face....


Ethics in Art Therapy: Challenging Topics for a Complex Modality

by Lisa R. Furman & Deborah Farber

Due to the complicated nature of using art in clinical practice, art therapists are often confronted with ethical considerations unique to their field. This book explores challenging dilemmas in the ethical...


Hello to All That

by John Falk

An off-the-wall, heartbreaking, and often hilarious memoir of a correspondent reporting from the front lines while also battling his lifelong nemesis-chronic depression

His own chemistry was his worst enemy,...


Buzz: A Year of Paying Attention

by Katherine Ellison

"An absorbing, sharply observed memoir."

-Kirkus Reviews

A hilarious and heartrending account of one mother's journey to understand and reconnect with her high-spirited preteen son-a true story sure to beguile...


Lessons in Loss and Living: Hope and Guidance for Confronting Serious Illness and Grief

by Michele A. Reiss

Dr. Michele Reiss, an expert in the field of death and dying, specializes in helping clients cope with life-threatening illnesses and helping their families through the grieving process. A highly respected therapist,...


What No One Tells the Bride: Surviving the Wedding, Sex After the Honeymoon, Second Thoughts, Wedding Cake Freezer Burn, Becoming Your Mother, Screami

by Marg Stark

What No One Tells the Bride is the inside scoop--good and bad--on what it's really like being married. In these pages, journalist Marg Stark breaks the newlywed code of silence and exposes the profound adjustments...


Secrets About Life Every Woman Should Know: Ten Principles for Total Emotional and Spiritual Fulfillment

by Barbara De Angelis

In Secrets About Life Every Woman Should Know, Barbara De Angelis, one of the nation's premier relationships experts, turns her attention to the most important relationship a woman could ever have: the one with...


A Fractured Mind: My Life with Multiple Personality Disorder

by Robert B. Oxnam

In 1989, Robert B. Oxnam, the successful China scholar and president of the Asia Society, faced up to what he thought was his biggest personal challenge: alcoholism. But this dependency masked a problem far...


Thinking in New Boxes: A New Paradigm for Business Creativity

by Luc de Brabandere & Alan Iny

When BIC, manufacturer of disposable ballpoint pens, wanted to grow, it looked for an idea beyond introducing new sizes and ink colors. Someone suggested lighters.

 

LIGHTERS?

 

With an idea that seemed crazy...


A Counselor's Introduction to Neuroscience

by Angela Sikorski, Bill McHenry & Jim McHenry

A Counselor's Introduction to Neuroscience unravels the complexities of neuroscience and present an easy-to-understand volume that is an essential companion for any counselor who wishes to expand his or her...


Decoding Your Past: A Guide to Happiness and Success Through Self-Understanding

by Rob R Morris

Imagine if you could completely overhaul your life in a short period of time. Imagine if you were given the eight key strategies to unlock your true potential, allowing you to find happiness and success in all...


Freedom from Your Inner Critic: A Self-Therapy Approach

by Jay Earley PhD & Bonnie Weiss LCSW

We've all heard the voice of the inner critic-that part of us that judges us, shames us, and makes us feel inadequate. "You don't want to give in to the Critic, and it doesn't really work to fight against it,"...


The Human Magnet Syndrome: Why We Love People Who Hurt Us

by Ross Rossenberg

Since the dawn of civilization, men and women have been magnetically and irresistibly drawn together into romantic relationships, not so much by what they see, feel and think, but more by invisible forces. When...


The Ontology of Psychology: Questioning Foundations in the Philosophy of Mind

by Linda A.W. Brakel

In this volume, Brakel raises questions about conventions in the study of mind in three disciplines-psychoanalysis, philosophy of mind, and experimental philosophy. She illuminates new understandings of the...