1058 books (53 pages) in this category
by Derek L. Milne
<p>The effectiveness of CBT depends on the quality of the supervision and training that is provided to its practitioners.<i> A Manual for Evidence-Based CBT Supervision</i> is intended to significantly strengthen the available resources for ...
Depression, Mania, and Other Afflictions of the Self
by Peter Whybrow
What Every Parent, Family Member, and Teacher Needs to Know
by Fred R. Volkmar
Understand Your Kids and Enjoy Parenting
by Kairen Cullen
Takes insights from experts in children's development and explains how they can benefit your family. This title helps you understand your child and respond better to their needs, try out new approaches as recommended by parenting experts, and ...
Enjoying Work Is Easy as CBT
by Gill Garratt
An Introducing Practical Guide to applying this hugely popular therapy in the workplace. ...
by James Phelps
by Gavin Beccaria
In 2013, the 5th edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) was published by the American Psychiatric Association (APA).<br /> A Student?s Guide to DSM-5 is an invaluable summary resource for University ...
by Laurel Parnell
<p><b>Definitive clinical methods from the key researcher and practioner in the field</b></p> <p>A long-time EMDR teacher and practitioner, Laurel Parnell gathers the wisdom of her experience to help EMDR-trained therapists in the four areas ...
by Catherine Fuller
How do you motivate someone to change a pattern of behaviour? This is an issue faced daily by professionals working in healthcare and criminal justice systems. Motivational interviewing is a style of communication developed for working with ...
Essays on Art, Sex, and the Mind
by Siri Hustvedt
by Ann M. Kring
by Ann M. Kring
<p><i><b>This text is an unbound, three hole punched version.</b></i><br /><br />For nearly four decades, <i><b>Abnormal Psychology, Binder Ready Version 13th Edition</b></i> has been a trusted resource for instructors and students. Known for ...
by Eric M. J. Morris
<p>Emerging from cognitive behavioural traditions, mindfulness and acceptance-based therapies hold promise as new evidence-based approaches for helping people distressed by the symptoms of psychosis. These therapies emphasise changing the ...
Using acceptance and mindfulness to build a life that is rich, fulfilling and fun
by Joe Oliver