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  1. Treating Sexual Offenders

    An Integrated Approach

    By William L. Marshall, Liam E. Marshall, Geris A. Serran, Yolanda M. Fernandez

    Series: Practical Clinical Guidebooks

    Through extensive consideration of current research, theory and practice, Treating Sexual Offenders provides a guide to the assessment, treatment, and evaluation of a number of different disorders. Provides therapists with the means to have a continued positive impact on the sex offender, from...

    Published January 26th 2006 by Routledge

  2. Counseling the Communicatively Disabled and Their Families

    A Manual for Clinicians, 2nd Edition

    By George H. Shames

    Counseling the Communicatively Disabled and Their Families: A Manual for Clinicians, Second Edition, written by George H. Shames, emphasizes the development of specific interviewing and counseling skills for speech-language pathologists and audiologists, which is a requirement of ASHA's...

    Published January 10th 2006 by Psychology Press

  3. Stuttering Recovery

    Personal and Empirical Perspectives

    By Dale F. Williams

    Stuttering Recovery: Personal and Empirical Perspectives is a highly original and engaging book serving to not only educate readers on topics related to stuttering, but also to stimulate discussion. The author interweaves personal accounts of people who stutter with informational chapters...

    Published January 4th 2006 by Psychology Press

  4. Counseling and Therapy With Clients Who Abuse Alcohol or Other Drugs

    An Integrative Approach

    By Cynthia E. Glidden-Tracey

    Series: Counseling and Psychotherapy

    Every day, huge numbers of people use drugs or alcohol for recreation, medication, celebration, stress management, social lubrication, or escape. The abuse of psychoactive chemicals touches individual lives in countless ways, and clients frequently hint in therapy sessions at problems related to...

    Published March 30th 2005 by Routledge

  5. Evidence-Based Treatment of Stuttering

    Empirical Bases and Clinical Applications

    Edited by Anne K. Bothe

    This book is the result of a "State-of-the-Art-Conference" held at the University of Georgia dedicated to the evidence-based treatment of stuttering. An international group of prominent fluency researchers and clinicians were invited to present and discuss current data and issues related to the...

    Published March 31st 2004 by Psychology Press

  6. American Shaman

    An Odyssey of Global Healing Traditions

    By Jeffrey A. Kottler, Jon Carlson, Bradford Keeney

    Written for therapists, scholars, clergy, students, and those with an interest in non-traditional healing practices, this book tells the story of Bradford Keeney, the first non-African to be inducted as a shaman in the Kung Bushman and Zulu cultures....

    Published February 27th 2004 by Routledge

  7. Counselling Psychology

    Integrating Theory, Research and Supervised Practice

    Edited by Professor Petruska Clarkson

    Counselling psychology, a rapidly expanding mental health discipline, is rooted in academic psychology and therefore has unique potential of develop and sustain a powerful model for the integration of research and practice. This is the argument of this pioneering book, which brings together...

    Published November 13th 1997 by Routledge

  8. Shame, Guilt, and Alcoholism

    Treatment Issues in Clinical Practice

    By Ron Potter-Efron, Bruce Carruth

    Increase your understanding of the link between alcoholism and shame and guilt with this tremendously important book that adds to our understanding of the total recovery process. This practical volume authoritatively defines the often elusive terms of shame and guilt and provides constructive...

    Published March 16th 1989 by Routledge

  9. Psychotherapy and the Lonely Patient

    By Samuel M Natale, E Mark Stern

    Here is an important new book focusing on the contribution of the therapist's love and empathy to the therapeutic process. Technique without dedication, discipline, and understanding will rarely benefit patients nor help resolve their conflicts. Psychoanalytic Technique demonstrates how the...

    Published January 1st 1986 by Psychology Press