1161 books (59 pages) in this category
by Carol S. Lidz
A new guide to conducting more comprehensive and meaningful psychological assessments of young children<br /> <br /> Early Childhood Assessment presents a thorough, step-by-step approach to the comprehensive psychological assessment of young ...
by Alan Clarke
by Rick Beaver
by Angela M. O'Donnell
Best Evidence and Practice
by Helen Beinart
<p><i>Effective Supervisory Relationships: Best Evidence and Practice</i> is the first book to explore in detail the Supervisory Relationship, which research has consistently found to be the most critical component of any supervisory process. ...
by Carroll John
Much of what people do today disguises a desperate search for meaning, the result of the crisis of belief that has become the West's major problem. This substantially revised edition of <i>Ego and Soul</i> tackles this underlying reality ...
by SIGMUND FREUD
All human behaviors and traits, according to this 1923 study, derive from the complicated interactions of three elements of the psyche: the id, the ego, and the superego. One of Sigmund Freud's most insightful works on the topic of the ...
by HEWETT FRAN
Have you ever been faced with a decision when your head says one thing and your heart says another? For example, you want to make a career change; your head tells you to follow the path of security, but your heart tells you to follow your ...
The Breakthrough Therapy for Overcoming Anxiety, Stress, and Trauma
by Francine Shapiro
by Willm Mistral
<p><b>Copy ? Web Catalog:</b></p> <p><b> </b></p> <p><i>Emerging Perspectives on Substance Misuse</i> addresses theoretical, practice and policy issues with regard to the problematic use of alcohol and illegal drugs.</p> <p><b> </b></p> <ul> ...
by Leslie Davenport
The Power of Gratitude, Compassion and Pride
by David DeSteno
David DeSteno's <i>Emotional Success </i>is an exploration of harnessing the practical power of using positive emotion to impact decision making. Current models promote suppressing emotion and using willpower as a means of self-control which, ...
Understanding Faces and Feelings
by Paul Ekman
Exploring the Educational Implications of Affective Neuroscience
by Mary Helen Immordino-Yang
by Ogi Ogas
Why don't Meyers-Briggs personality tests really work? Why are HR tests for new employees often meaningless? Is there another way of ranking students' performance<i>?</i> We all behave, learn, and develop in different ways, but these unique ...
by Scott D. Miller
While "psychotherapy" has been busily dividing into hundreds of different models, research shows that it doesn't really matter which approach you use. Yet there are some factors, across models, that do matter. The authors want readers to shake ...
by Windy Dryden
Cognitive therapy (CT), developed by Aaron Beck in the US in the 1960s, is a structured, time-limited, problem-focused and research-based system of psychotherapy which seeks to identify, examine and modify clients? maladaptive thinking found in ...
by Mark Kilgus
by Celine A. Saulnier
<p>Adaptive behavior deficits are a common thread across neurodevelopmental disorders. Individuals who have not learned how to interact with other people, lack self-care skills, and basic employment skills, such as getting to work on time, will