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  • Wisdom from the Couchby Jennifer Kunst

    Central Recovery Press, LLC 2014; US$ 16.58

    A simple yet sophisticated model of personal growth that can lead to lasting change, drawn from the truths of psychoanalysis. more...

  • The Map to Loveby Robert P Jacoby; Brian MacGregor

    The Master Key Press 2013; US$ 0.99

    The Map To Love: How to Navigate the ART of the HeART (The Master Key Press/Timeless Press, 2012) is a playful, beautiful book exploring the nature of human emotions and how all of our feelings, in essence, lead back to or stem from love. more...

  • Born Madby Robyn Wheeler

    Balboa Press 2011; US$ 3.99

    Follow Robyn Wheeler on her journey from fits of rage as an angry child, blunders and setbacks as an adult in deep denial, to her quest for awareness and enlightenment. Robyn takes you inside her deepest thoughts and fears, as well as her chronic anger and thoughts of suicide. After being diagnosed with a bad state of mind called dysthymia, Robyn... more...

  • Social Psychiatryby Ari Kiev

    Taylor and Francis 2018; US$ 51.56

    Social psychiatry is concerned with the interaction of the sociocultural environment and the individual. While recognizing the contribution of psychodynamic factors, it focuses on the impact of the environment on the individual and the reciprocal effect of the individual on the environment. Social psychiatry includes such social problems as migration,... more...

  • Psychological and Psychiatric Problems in Menby Joan Gomez

    Taylor and Francis 2018; US$ 51.56

    What causes a man to become depressed or even psychotic? This book, originally published in 1991, provides an account of a grossly neglected subject: the social, sexual, psychological and psychiatric problems facing men. Dealing with issues such as aggression, violence, criminality, sexuality, and alcohol and drug dependence, it will be essential... more...

  • Psychological Therapies for the Elderlyby Ian Hanley; Mary Gilhooly

    Taylor and Francis 2018; US$ 51.56

    Prior to publication, it had only recently been appreciated that psychology had a great deal to offer in therapeutic terms to a wide range of patients, and was not merely concerned with assessing and identifying problems. This is particularly so with the elderly where physical and mental problems and multiple pathology are compounded, and where... more...

  • Dramatherapy and Psychiatryby Dorothy M. Langley; Gordon E. Langley

    Taylor and Francis 2018; US$ 51.56

    As part of the overall growing interest in the rehabilitation of people with mental illness in the 1980s, therapy through drama was being seen increasingly as a significant aspect of therapeutic programmes. While the subject of remedial drama for people with disabilities was reasonably well documented, originally published in 1983, this was the first... more...

  • Liaison Psychiatryby Joan Gomez

    Taylor and Francis 2018; US$ 51.56

    Liaison psychiatry, that is, psychiatry with patients with organic disorders or physical symptoms in general hospitals, is a field that grew rapidly in the 1980s. Yet there had been no introductory book to the subject which might have served the needs of trainee psychiatrists, medical students, and general physicians and surgeons, as well as nurses... more...

  • People, Not Psychiatryby Michael Barnett

    Taylor and Francis 2018; US$ 51.56

    Originally published in 1973, this book is about people and psychiatry. About people who rejected psychiatry as it was generally practised at the time, people who sought for and found alternative ways of caring for and healing one another. The author, who had been active in radical alternatives to psychiatry for some time, offers us a programme... more...

  • Symptom-Focused Psychiatric Drug Therapy for Managed Careby S. Joseph

    Taylor and Francis 2018; US$ 51.56

    Originally published in 1997, this title describes therapeutic applications of simple to complex combinations of medications to treat common psychiatric disorders among adults. Dr Joseph discusses practical, clinical guidelines that both the beginner and experienced practitioner will find useful. The 100 psychopharmacological cases presented in Part... more...