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  1. Adlerian Group Counseling and Therapy

    Step-by-Step

    By James Robert Bitter, Manford A. Sonstegard

    Adlerian Group Counseling and Therapy: Step-by-Step represents a distillation of some of the most significant ideas pertaining to the group work of Alfred Adler and Rudolf Dreikurs. Drs. Manford Sonstegard and James Bitter illustrate the development of a group from its formation to its final stage,...

    Published April 23rd 2015 by Routledge

  2. The Psychology of Courage

    An Adlerian Handbook for Healthy Social Living

    By Julia Yang, Alan Milliren

    Courage refers to the willingness for risk taking and to move ahead in the presence of difficulties. The purpose of this book is to present courage as the main foundation of understanding and training for mental health in the three life task areas described by Adler: Work, Love, and Friendship.&...

    Published April 23rd 2015 by Routledge

  3. Rediscovering Confession

    The Practice of Forgiveness and Where it Leads

    By David A. Steere

    Rediscovering Confession is about recovering the experience of confession, in danger now of becoming a lost art. It identifies four elements present in psychotherapy and confession: a state of heightened self-awareness, a growing realization that our predicament points in some...

    Published April 23rd 2015 by Routledge

  4. Treatment Resistant Anxiety Disorders

    Resolving Impasses to Symptom Remission

    Edited by Deborah Sookman, Robert L. Leahy

    Treatment Resistant Anxiety Disorders: Resolving Impasses to Symptom Remission brings together leading cognitive behavioral therapists from major theoretical orientations to provide clinicians with a greatly needed source of information, skills, and strategies from a wide range of CBT approaches....

    Published April 23rd 2015 by Routledge

  5. A Clinician's Guide to Normal Cognitive Development in Childhood

    Edited by Elizabeth Hollister Sandberg, Becky Spritz

    Clinicians and practitioners-in-training can often lose sight of the normal developmental landscape that underlies behavior, especially in the field of cognitive development. It exists in an insular bubble within the broader field of psychology, and within each sub-domain there is a wide continuum...

    Published April 23rd 2015 by Routledge

  6. The Creative Therapist

    The Art of Awakening a Session

    By Bradford Keeney

    In The Creative Therapist, Bradford Keeney makes the case that "creativity is the most essential aspect of vibrant, meaningful, and successful therapy." No matter what therapeutic orientation one practices, it must be awakened by creativity in order for the session to come alive. This book presents...

    Published April 23rd 2015 by Routledge

  7. Psychotherapist Revealed

    Therapists Speak About Self-Disclosure in Psychotherapy

    Edited by Andrea Bloomgarden, Rosemary B. Mennuti

    In this edited volume, the real dialogue begins. Therapists speak openly and honestly about their self-disclosure practices, decisions and clinical dilemmas. Bloomgarden and Mennuti bring together research, training and tales from their clinical experience to illuminate lessons derived from...

    Published April 23rd 2015 by Routledge

  8. Living and Surviving in Harm's Way

    A Psychological Treatment Handbook for Pre- and Post-Deployment of Military Personnel

    Edited by Sharon Morgillo Freeman, Bret A. Moore, Arthur Freeman

    In Living and Surviving in Harm's Way, experts investigate the psychological impact of how warriors live and survive in combat duty. They address the combat preparation of servicemen and women, their support systems, and their interpersonal and intrapersonal experiences. The text maintains a focus...

    Published April 23rd 2015 by Routledge

  9. Eleven Blunders that Cripple Psychotherapy in America

    A Remedial Unblundering

    By Nicholas A. Cummings, William T. O'Donohue

    After a period of economic success and high regard in society, clinical psychology has fallen onto hard times, assert authors Nicholas Cummings and William O’Donohue. In the 1960s, clinical psychologists with doctorates were well paid in relation to comparable professions; today,...

    Published April 23rd 2015 by Routledge

  10. Engaging Children in Family Therapy

    Creative Approaches to Integrating Theory and Research in Clinical Practice

    Edited by Catherine Ford Sori

    A common question at the initial meeting of a family therapist and a new client(s) is often whether or not to include a child or children in the counseling sessions. The inclusion of a child in the family therapy process often changes the dynamic between client and therapist -- and between the...

    Published April 23rd 2015 by Routledge