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Dancing with Fear: Overcoming Anxiety in a World of Stress and Uncertainty

by Paul Foxman

This book is written for everyone who has experienced severe anxiety and wants to be free from abnormal fear. It is also for therapists, couselors, and other helping professionals who treat patients suffering...


Self-Injury: Psychotherapy with People Who Engage in Self-Inflicted Violence

by Robin E. Connors

In this perceptive work, Dr. Robin Connors offers helpful guidelines to clinicians that will improve their capacity to respond in a direct, effective, and respectful way to people who self-injure. Key to this...


Loving with the Brain in Mind: Neurobiology and Couple Therapy (Norton Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology)

by Mona DeKoven Fishbane & Daniel J. Siegel

Facilitating change in couple therapy by understanding how the brain works to maintain—and break—old habits. Human brains and behavior are shaped by genetic predispositions and early experience. But we are...


Attachment-Focused Emdr: Healing Relational Trauma

by Laurel Parnell, Elena Felder & Holly Prichard

Integrating the latest in attachment theory and research into the use of EMDR. Much has been written about trauma and neglect and the damage they do to the developing brain. But little has been written or researched...


A Borderlands View on Latinos, Latin Americans, and Decolonization: Rethinking Mental Health

by Pilar Hernández-wolfe

A Borderlands View of Latinos, Latin Americans, and Decolonization: Rethinking Mental Health is a work of connection and integration encompassing decolonization, third-world feminism, borderlands theory, and...


Life After Loss: Contemporary Grief Counseling and Therapy

by ABPP, Jackson P. Rainer PhD

Life After Loss: Contemporary Grief Counseling and Therapy is a reader friendly book with tools, techniques, and compass points to help others with the experience of grief. Going beyond the well-known but outmoded...


Trauma Competency: A Clinicians Guide

by Lpc, Cacd,Ccdp-D, Linda A. Curran Bcpc

This is a book for clinicians to use with their clients affected by trauma's sequelae. Unique in its approach, author Linda Curran not only defines and explains the current trauma paradigm-relevant, theories...


The CBT Toolbox: A Workbook for Clients and Clinicians

by LPC, Jeff Riggenbach PhD

Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) is the most empirically-supported form of treatment for a broad range of psychological problems. The CBT Toolbox is not a "one strategy fits all" book. Rather, you will receive...


CBT Skills Workbook: Practical Exercises and Worksheets to Promote Change

by Ed.D., LMHC, NCC, Barry Gregory M.Ed.

The challenge for many clinicians is finding practical ways to integrate empirically-supported therapies into everyday clinical practice with clients. While there are many outstanding books on the theory and...


Over 60 Techniques, Activities & Worksheets for Challenging Children & Adolescents

by Susan Epstein Lcsw

Over the past 30 years we have seen a rise in explosive, challenging and resistant behaviors in children and adolescents. What use to work with difficult kids may not be working for professionals and parents...


Mindfulness Skills Workbook for Clinicians and Clients: 111 Tools, Techniques, Activities & Worksheets

by Bcn, Debra Burdick Lcswr

Like no other resource, Mindfulness Skills Workbook combines the latest research and best practices-all in a simple guide to successfully teach mindfulness to your clients. his comprehensive workbook provides...


The Embodied Subject: Minding the Body in Psychoanalysis

by Jane G. Tillman, John P. Muller & John P., Ph.D. Muller

The relationship between psyche and some is extremely important from a psychoanalytic theoretical and clinical perspective. This book reflects the cutting edge intersection of analytic theory, semiotics, biology,...


So the Witch Won't Eat Me: Fantasy and the Child's Fear of Infanticide

by Dorothy Bloch

In So the Witch Won't Eat Me Bloch draws on 25 years of psychoanalytic practice. Her book is both a summary of her experience as a therapist and a disclosure of what she has learned about the inner workings...


Resolving Resistance in Group Psychotherapy

by Leslie Rosenthal

A mixture of theory and practice, this study of individual and group resistance in psychotherapy is illustrated by numerous clinical vignettes. Offering techniques for handling and resolving resistance within...


Redecision Therapy: A Brief, Action-Oriented Approach

by Carolyn E. Lennox

Redecision therapy has roots in transactional analysis, as originated by Eric Berne, and Gestalt therapy, as developed by Fritz and Laura Perls. The action-oriented treatment model created by Bob and Mary Goulding...


The Power of the Inner Judge: Psychodynamic Treatment of the Severe Neuroses

by Leon Wurmser

This book describes in detail how to effectively treat severely ill but not psychotic patients, by careful psychotherapeutic work on the defenses and the superego. Diverging widely from Kernberg's and Kohut's...


Psychotherapy in the Wake of War: Discovering Multiple Psychoanalytic Traditions

by Bernd Huppertz, Theodore, Jacobs & Robert S. Wallerstein

This book shows how the differing views of twenty-three psychoanalysts of different traditions affect theoretical and technical issues in psychoanalytic treatments. Their selections from a series of nine cases...


Action Guide for Effective Discipline in the Home and School

by Margaret K. Cater

First published in 1992. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Therapeutic Stances: The Art Of Using And Losing Control: Adjusting The Therapeutic Stance

by Richard G. Whiteside

Published in 1997, Therapeutic Stances: The Art Of Using And Losing Control is a valuable contribution to the field of Psychotherapy.


Interracial Couples, Intimacy, and Therapy: Crossing Racial Borders

by Kyle D. Killian

Grounded in the personal narratives of twenty interracial couples with multiracial children, this volume uniquely explores interracial couples’ encounters with racism and discrimination, partner difference,...