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A Bright Red Scream: Self-Mutilation and the Language of Pain

by Marilee Strong

Self-mutilation is a behavior so shocking that it is almost never discussed. Yet estimates are that upwards of eight million Americans are chronic self-injurers. They are people who use knives, razor blades,...


Images

by Thurston Ford

Throughout our lives we learn to make decisions based off our five senses. This is not really how we were made to live although they were given to us for assistance. In Mathew 4:4 it says that we are to live...


Grace Unfolding: Psychotherapy in the Spirit of Tao-Te Ching

by Greg Johanson & Ronald S. Kurtz

A sensible and compassionate book that will help those involved in any form of therapy make the best possible use of their time, effort, and money. "A fascinating blend of Eastern spirituality, Western psychotherapy,...


Who Was Mrs Willett?: Landscapes and Dynamics of Mind

by Chris Nunn

Here is an account of mentality and human experience, written for a multi-disciplinary readership. The focus is on how mind, consciousness and selves inter-relate, extending into exploration of ideas about the...


The Recovering Heart: Emotional Sobriety for Women

by Beverly Conyers

For women in recovery from addictions to alcohol, drugs, food, and compulsive behaviors, this painful self-criticism goes even deeper.. Many of us have endured some sort of trauma at a critical point in our...


Eden Express

by Mark Md Vonnegut

"Most diseases can be separated from one’s self ... schizophrenia is something we are." So begins Mark Vonnegut’s depiction of his descent into, and eventual emergence from, mental illness. As a recent college...


Identity: Youth and Crisis

by Erik H. Erikson

Identity: Youth and Crisis collects Erik H. Erikson's major essays on topics originating in the concept of the adolescent identity crisis. Identity, Erikson writes, is an unfathomable as it is all-pervasive....


Quantum Mind

by Arnold Mindell

QUANTUM MIND by Dr. Mindell is a brave new venture into that impossible no man's land of overlapping territories: the new physics and psychology. What Mindell accomplishes is breathtaking in its scope and in...


Rhetoric and the Familiar in Francis Bacon and John Donne

by Daniel Derrin

Rhetoric and the Familiar examines the rhetorical practice of Francis Bacon and John Donne in both their writing and public speaking. It explores how their rhetorical planning negotiates the need both to use...


Grandparents as Parents, Second Edition: A Survival Guide for Raising a Second Family

by Sylvie de Toledo & Deborah Edler Brown

If you're among the millions of grandparents raising grandchildren today, you need information, support, and practical guidance you can count on to keep your family strong. This is the book for you. Learn effective...


A Practical Guide for Teachers of Students with an Autism Spectrum Disorder in Secondary Education

by Kathleen Lane, Trevor Clark & Elaine Keane

This book has all the essential guidance and tools that anyone working in education will need to help students on the autism spectrum perform to their best potential and stay organised and on track with their...


Remarkable: Resolving your most important business issue

by Randy Ross & David Salyers

Business as usual. It's conventional, operating within the established norms. It's predictable, delivering the expected. It's comfortable, maintaining the status quo. It's...safe. There are millions of organizations...


Handbook of Self-Regulatory Processes in Development: New Directions and International Perspectives

by Karen Caplovitz Barrett, Nathan A. Fox & George A. Morgan

The development of self- and emotional regulatory processes helps children to regulate their behavior based on their cultural context and to develop positive social relationships. This handbook brings together...


Bloody Mary in the Mirror: Essays in Psychoanalytic Folkloristics

by Alan Dundes

Bloody Mary in the Mirror mixes Sigmund Freud with vampires and The Little Mermaid to see what new light psychoanalysis can bring to folklore techniques and forms.

Ever since Freud published his analysis of...


Explorations in Neuroscience, Psychology and Religion

by Kevin S. Seybold

In the 1990s great strides were taken in clarifying how the brain is involved in behaviors that, in the past, had seldom been studied by neuroscientists or psychologists. This book explores the progress begun...


Missing Us: Re-Visioning Psychoanalysis from the Perspective of Community

by Ryan LaMothe

A foundational premise in this book is that the question and struggle of the 21st century for people in Western societies is one of community. To be relevant and helpful, psychological and, in particular, psychoanalytic...


The Thinker's Toolkit: 14 Powerful Techniques for Problem Solving

by Morgan D. Jones

An invaluable resource for any manager or professional, this book offers a collection of proven, practical methods for simplifying any problem and making faster, better decisions every time.

From the Hardcover...


Disabled Church - Disabled Society: The Implications of Autism for Philosophy, Theology and Politics

by John Gillibrand

In this moving and intelligent book John Gillibrand, an Anglican priest, draws on his experience of caring for his non-verbal son, Adam, who has autism and is now a teenager. He reflects on how the experience...


Madness and Creativity

by Ann Belford Ulanov & David H. Rosen

Analyst and author Ann Belford Ulanov draws on her years of clinical work and reflection to make the point that madness and creativity share a kinship, an insight that shakes both analysand and analyst to the...


By Example:  Twelve Personal Missions That Will Maximize Your Human Potential

by Travis Slone & Hugh Anstett

The great Seneca once warned, "If we do not to which port we are sailing, no wind will be favorable to us." This wise quote speaks to the importance of developing purpose, direction, and motivation not from...