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- Random House Publishing Group 2009; US$ 17.00
?By far the best self-help book for people with obsessions and compulsions that I have ever read. Unusually clear, exceptionally precise, and immensely practical.? ? Albert Ellis, Ph.D., author of A New Guide to Rational Living From the Trade Paperback edition. more...
- Cambridge University Press 1996; US$ 52.00
This book offers a critical discussion of the most important theories which have been put forward to explain obsessive-compulsive disorder. more...
- Jason Aronson, Inc. 2000; US$ 94.99
This book advances a new understanding of producing change in psychotherapy. It proposes the concept of interaction structure, repeated mutually influencing interactions between therapist and patient that are a fundamental aspect of therapeutic action. more...
- Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 73.95
When did you last have enough free time to carefully create, develop, and test a therapeutic concept or teaching method to improve the help you provide to your patients? With The Therapist's Notebook, a compilation of original ideas by practicing clinicians, you can tap into the knowledge and experience of seasoned professionals to give your clients... more...
- McGraw-Hill Education 2002; US$ 38.00
Deals with the central question in therapy - who is the therapist? This book also covers other aspects of the therapist, including the way a therapist is trained, and uses supervision, in order to make use of her or his own reactions, responses and experience in working with any one client. It is aimed at counsellors and psychotherapists. more...
- SAGE Publications 2000; US$ 87.00
This book helps professionals to make informed, research-based assessments of risk, offering strategies for supporting and educating families within which sexual abuse has occurred. Without actually advocating reunification, the authors provide a unique approach for working with non-offending parents and partners who wish to work towards re-unification... more...
- ABC-CLIO 2015; US$ 48.00
This is an eye-opening study of one of the most common psychiatric ailments diagnosed today?obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). Written by Leslie J. Shapiro, a renowned therapist at one of the most well known OCD facilities in the world, this reference shares effective treatment strategies and clinical factors for helping therapists, mental health... more...
- Karnac Books 1998; US$ 41.95
This first-class book provides an unrivalled basis for further discussion on to how to make psychotherapy more effective both, ethically and professionally.'By now, you may be wondering what sort of beast psychotherapy is. Well, this book gives a fine description. Above all, psychotherapy is a moral practice. However scientific its research, or however... more...
- Karnac Books 1995; US$ 49.95
Understanding the psychodynamics of groups has derived from the two separate strands of theory and practice, resulting in two separate disciplines: group psychotherapy and group dynamics. Present-day group psychotherapy derives mainly from psychoanalytic theory and Bion's early experiences with wartime groups, and has been developed from the work... more...
- SAGE Publications 2002; US$ 50.00
`What this brilliant book does so well is to produce not just the evidence for the research effectiveness of therapies but makes the moral case for bringing together human psychological welfare needs and the expanding number of skilled, ethically sensitive people ready to listen to and respond in the most deeply human and needed way - the counsellors... more...