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The Art and Science of Mindfulness: “Unreservedly recommended for professional, college, and university library Psychology/Psychiatry collections and supplemental studies reading lists.” —Midwest Book Review

What Psychology Majors Could (And Should) Be Doing: “This text should be required reading for all psychology majors…. It should also be recommended reading for professors!” —Choice

When an Adult You Love Has ADHD: “This book makes a significant contribution to helping individuals who love someone with adult ADHD find accurate information, treatment, and resources.” —PsycCRITIQUES

Starting Your Career in Academic Psychology: “Few psychologists can match that depth of experience…. It would be difficult to find a psychologist more conspicuously qualified to take on questions as to how to succeed in academic psychology.” —PsycCRITIQUES

Trauma, Meaning, and Spirituality:Trauma, Meaning, and Spirituality is an exemplary text for training future clinicians and for continued education for practicing psychotherapists and scholars. Future scholarship should build on this work through in-depth explorations into trauma processes that occur over time and uniquely within the systems in which the trauma occurs.” —PsycCRITIQUES

Ethical Practice in Geropsychology: “The easy-to-follow decision-making model provided in Ethical Practice in Geropsychology will help clinicians make the most ethically sound decisions possible in challenging situations. Clinical vignettes illustrate how to handle ethical and legal issues in a variety of contexts and also will stimulate though and discussion.” —SirReadaLot

When an Adult You Love Has ADHD: “Barkley, a renown authority, addresses the need for loved ones to reframe their view of the classic symptoms of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity so they can take steps to manage symptoms’ impact…. Acknowledging the anguish that friends and family members experience in the potentially destructive path of the disorder is a significant contribution to the field: words of hope ring like a breath of fresh air to inform and encourage those gasping to survive the aftermath of ADHD.” —Choice

Couple Relationships in the Middle and Later Years: “This is a timely and much-needed book.” —Choice

Handbook of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity in Counseling and Psychotherapy: “This work provides readers with a greater understanding of ways to improve counseling for LGBTQ individuals.” —Choice

Starting Your Career in Academic Psychology: “Given the demands and competition in the field, Starting Your Career in Academic Psychology is a comprehensive, thorough, and unreservedly recommended instructional guide that will prove to be an essential roadmap for new faculty.” —Midwest Book Review

When an Adult You Love Has ADHD: “Exceptionally informed and informative, impressively and accessibly well written, When an Adult You Love Has ADHD is unreservedly recommended as a critically important addition to community and academic library collections.” —Midwest Book Review

Confidentiality Limits in Psychotherapy: “Discussing and reviewing this manual with peers is perhaps the best way to put these valuable checklists into action. The same can be said for using the manual as text or curriculum in graduate school courses, training seminars and continuing education workshops.” —New England Psychologist

Mindfulness-Based Therapy for Insomnia: “Ong competently integrates mindfulness, acceptance, and CBT while maintaining a humility for the difficulty in working with matters as important and personal as sleep. The MBTI approach presented here offers a very promising approach to insomnia that will surely be a key reference point for mindfulness and sleep researchers and clinicians as the field moves forward for the betterment of sleeping and waking life.” —PsycCRITIQUES

The Young Eyewitness: “What is particularly impressive about this book is that Pozzulo successfully makes the complex field of young eyewitness memory accessible to all readers while not short-shrifting the technical complexities.” —PsycCRITIQUES

Interviewing Children: Interviewing Children is a valuable book and accessible to professionals of many disciplines.” —PsycCRITIQUES

Affirmative Counseling and Psychological Practice With Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Clients: “a broadly relevant, timely, and accessible resource for mental health providers (MHPs) of various disciplines, including psychology, counseling, and social work” —PsycCRITIQUES

Eliminating Inequities for Women With Disabilities: “Miles-Cohen and Signore have edited an excellent resource that manages to capture the current status of women with disabilities and health care, including health provision, social economic, and cultural inequities that impact independent living and well-being.” —PsycCRITIQUES

Transcendent Mind:Transcendent Mind makes a compelling case that these too often-marginalized transpersonal experiences are not incidental but essential to an understanding of who we are as humans…their scholarship leads the reader to premises they believe the studies point to philosophically and rigorously challenge assumptions about mind-body interaction. I highly recommend this book.” —PsycCRITIQUES

Transcendent Mind: “Scientists such as these, who step beyond dogma (and sometimes beyond job-preservation) into the unexplored frontiers, deserve to be gratefully admired.” —Light of Consciousness

Transforming Long-Term Care: “As informed and informative as it is thoroughly ‘user friendly’ in commentary, organization and presentation…. An extraordinary and impressive work of outstanding scholarship, Transforming Long-Term Care is a critically important and unreservedly recommended addition.” —Midwest Book Review

Supervision Essentials for the Integrative Developmental Model: “Authors McNeill and Stoltenberg are master clinicians who explicitly trained to be supervisors and are currently working as supervisors. The book helps in the understanding of supervisee growth and development. Its empirically tested approach can help supervisors monitor trainee progress on several levels and across differing theoretical orientations.” —New England Psychologist

A Practitioner’s Guide to Telemental Health: “In 2017, it is essential that mental health professionals learn about technology advances for serving the broadest population of patients and consumers. Reading this book will fulfill that mandate emphatically—it is a rich ‘how to’ resource that should not be missed.” —New England Psychologist

Mindfulness-Based Therapy for Insomnia: “The high prevalence of insomnia and sleep-related disturbances in the general population make this book a valuable resource for treating professionals. The MBTI approach encompasses some conventional cognitive-behavioral methods but readers familiar with and practicing mindfulness-based interventions will benefit most.” —New England Psychologist

Rewards for Kids!: “A cleareyed and informative look at the trials of parenting, this readable book presents one solution customized for a bevy of situations, providing a template to tackle practically every challenge through this new lens.” —Kirkus Reviews

Psychoeducational Assessment and Intervention for Ethnic Minority Children: “This book is very informative, well organized, and pragmatic. Educators, psychologists, mental health professionals, and graduate psychology students working with ethically diverse students who struggle with academic success and social-emotional development will find this book useful and practical.” —PsycCRITIQUES

Supervision Essentials for Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: “Overall, through Supervision Essentials for Cognitive–Behavioral Therapy, Newman and Kaplan provide professionals with a comprehensive, useful, and approachable set of guidelines for developing their competencies as supervisors. The text is relevant for CBT researchers, clinicians, and teachers no matter the stage of their career, both for trainees beginning to develop CBS skills and seasoned supervisors wishing to stay up to date and fine-tune their approach. Further, learning about supervision techniques through books such as this may help supervisees self-advocate in order to gain more from their own CBS experiences.” —PsycCRITIQUES

The Young Eyewitness: “Pozzulo introduces this work in a straightforward and convincing manner—there are no gaps in following her logic. The reader is left with a clear sense of the problem, a firm appreciation for why the problem must be addressed, and, most importantly, absolute certainty that accuracy can be improved.” —Choice

College Teaching: “Forsyth full integrates the theoretical, conceptual and research bases for all of the topics he presents. However, his no-nonsense directives and recommendations stand out as the main reason to purchase the book.” —New England Psychologist

Teaching Life Skills to Children and Teens With ADHD: “This publication is very helpful as it focuses on issues beyond the consultation room, classroom or home. The author’s premise is that treatment of ADHD needs to go beyond the symptoms to what skills we want our kids to learn. This book addresses the importance of life skill development and provides a workbook-like format to help kids attain these skills.” —New England Psychologist

Psychoeducational Assessment and Intervention for Ethnic Minority Children: “This book is very informative, well organized, and pragmatic. Educators, psychologists, mental health professionals, and graduate psychology students working with ethical diverse students who struggle with academic success and social-emotional development will find this book useful and practical.” —PsycCRITIQUES

School-Centered Interventions: “The text surpassed my highest expectations by proving to be a superior, comprehensive resource for a school-based practitioner seeking to utilize EBIs with my students and also in terms of its usefulness as a tool for an instructor of higher education.” —Communique

Career Paths in Psychology: Career Paths in Psychology: Where Your Degree Can Take You continues to be the ideal textbook for students seeking to find an exciting career in psychology.” —The Midwest Book Review

A Practitioner’s Guide to Telemental Health: “This thought-provoking work causes the reader to explore the intricacies of telemental health, while, simultaneously, allaying the reader’s anxieties with the detailed “how-to” steps for implementation of a telepractice.” —PsycCRITIQUES®

Internationalizing the Undergraduate Psychology Curriculum: “In addition to assisting the reader in linking international psychology to APA’s learning gold for undergraduates, this book challenges the readers to think how to integrate international psychology throughout the undergraduate curriculum to truly encourage students becoming global citizens.” —PsycCRITIQUES®

Forensic Evaluation and Treatment of Juveniles: “The expertise of the author is evident on every page, an intricate combination of evidence-based support, statistical demographics, psychometric foundations and treatment efficacy-effectiveness research.” —New England Psychologist

Executive Function in Preschool-Age Children“In the current robust political and policy environment, it seems that this sort of work is poised for success: We should be able to apply what we know about positive trajectories and risk factors to a period of development that lays the groundwork for the rest of life. I hop ethe authors write a second volume that goes on to provide us with more answers about effective interventions, answers that will have a greater effect on public policy in this area.” —PsycCRITIQUES

APA Handbook of Clinical Psychology: “There are now many handbooks of clinical psychology…. A few distinct features make the APA volumes stand out from the pack. First, there is the remarkable coverage…Second, the organization, structure, and strong editorial leadership bring a uniformity that goes beyond format and style. Interchapter consistency gives the overall product a level of excellence that rises well above the competitors with which I am familiar. Finally, the set has the imprimatur and reflects the huge influence of the APA.” —PsycCRITIQUES

Bilingualism Across the Lifespan: “The time has come for language researchers to abandon the monolingual model in favor of more inclusive theories of language development and processing that are inclusive of the bilingual experience. Clearly, Bilingualism Across the Lifespan is an essential read for all psycholinguists and developmental psychologists.” —PsycCRITIQUES

becoming brilliantBecoming Brilliant: “This well-written book is of interest to anyone who wants to learn more about parenting, education, and characteristics of a successful humane workforce. This book, with its nontechnical and easy-to-read style, has potential to disseminate important findings about parenting and education to a broader audience.” —PsycCRITIQUES
14362 ExecFunctionPreschool_F.inddExecutive Function in Preschool-Age Children: “Overall, this is a nice compilation of a range of information about executive functioning from general descriptions of what EFs are and how they develop to in-depth discussion of assessment, neurobiological mechanisms and functions, family risk and treatment development.” —New England Psychologist
school-centeredSchool-Centered Interventions“Simon has written a very convincing book and essential guide to evidence-based practices in school. He gives readers a thorough description and analysis of therapeutic approaches that are likely to work best with students. His opinions are fully informed by high quality research and empirical documentation.” —New England Psychologist
psychofdemocPsychology of DemocracyThe Psychology of Democracy is a useful text for readers from a variety of disciplines. Lay persons, undergraduate students, and psychologists and political scientists would all find the book a useful and informative study of democracy.” —PsycCRITIQUES
psych 101 halfPsychology 101½“Simply stated, this new and expanded edition of Professor Sternberg’s Psychology 101 ½ is an absolute ‘must’ addition to community, college, and university library Modern Psychology collections and supplemental studies reading lists.” —Midwest Book Review
becoming brilliantBecoming BrilliantAuthor interview on NPR.
confidentiality-limits_rgbConfidentiality Limits in Psychotherapy“This book is a must-have desktop resource for all mental health professionals.” —PsycCRITIQUES
cost of racismThe Cost of Racism for People of Color: “Virtually all scholars should find this book interested and helpful, especially those in ethnic studies, public health, and sociology. The authors have brought together an astoundingly diverse set of contributors from various educational and ethnic backgrounds, which gives the book a broader audience not only in terms of methodology but also in terms of relevant racial groups.” —PsycCRITIQUES
evidence-basedpractice_rgbEvidence-Based Psychological Practice with Ethnic Minorities: “Nolan Zane, Guillermo Bernal, and Frederick T.L. Leon have assembled a pioneering edited book equally useful for professionals and students interested in conducting sound and rigorous studies to help ensure and support best practices for ethnic minority clients.” —PsycCRITIQUES
dark-side-of-personality_rgbThe Dark Side of Personality“This is an exceptionally timely work.” —PsycCRITIQUES
feminist-psychotherapy_rgbSupervision Essentials for the Feminist Psychotherapy Model of Supervision: “Brown entreats supervisors and trainees alike to unpack power dynamics and engage collaboratively, rather than rely on fallback strategies such as denial, compliance, pleasing, avoidance, self-deprecation, authoritarianism, and other self-protective coping tactics that thwart personal and professional growth and derail social change.” —PsycCRITIQUES
Methodological 4thEd_rgbMethodological Issues and Strategies in Clinical Research, Fourth Edition“Alan Kazdin’s edited compilation of readings, Methodological Issues and Strategies in Clinical Research (MISCR), is a classic, and for good reason. Its three prior editions have long served as ‘one-stop shopping’ resources for advanced undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty members hoping to consult the best articles bearing on methodological issues and advances in clinical science…Its fourth edition, released this year, maintains and builds on the same standard of scholarly excellence that previous readers of MISCR have come to expect.” —PsycCRITIQUES
cost of racismThe Cost of Racism for People of Color“Although the volume targets experts in subfields of psychology, the content and perspectives are important for anyone studying the cost of racism for people of color.” —Choice
ExpertWitness_Sm_RGBThe Expert Expert Witness“The essence of this book comes from the extensive expertise of the authors, its practical focus, clear articulation and utility…I recommend reading the entire book so that you do not miss any of the sage advice.” —New England Psychologist
autismspectrum_sm_rgbAutism Spectrum Disorder in Children and Adolescents“Wilkinson has put together a book that is quite readable and interesting. Difficult concepts are explained clearly but concisely. The style and quality of writing is consistently good across chapters. A strength of this book is the breadth of coverage. The authors meet the goal of providing professionals with information on ASD, screening, assessment, and interventions for the classroom.” —Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment
BecomingBrilliant_Sm_RGBBecoming Brilliantauthor interview on Psychology Today‘s blog series The Author Speaks.
BecomingBrilliant_Sm_RGBBecoming Brilliantpodcast episode with the authors on Brookings Cafeteria Podcast.
interviewing-children-cover-smInterviewing Children: “A critically important and essential addition to professional, college, and university library Psychology & Counseling instructional reference collections, Interviewing Children must be considered as essential reading for those who interview children, supervise interviewers, review interview findings, or craft local policies about interviewing children.” —Midwest Book Review
WriteItUp_RGB_SmWrite It Up: “In the world of academia, once in a while, we are privileged to read a book that is both educational and entertaining…. Silvia’s Write It Up is a book that should be on the shelves of every aspiring writer, academic and researcher.” —Child Adolescent Social Work Journal
PsycTestsThatMatterRGBPsychological Testing That Matters: “Psychological Testing That Matters is an outstanding text for many reasons. The approach to psychological testing that Bram and Peebles take provides an excellent model for integrating test findings with a focus on treatment planning. The authors are experts in psychological assessment and are seasoned clinicians…This is a clinically sophisticated presentation that uses language that is understandable for beginning students.” —Psychoanalytic Psychology
Humanistic Psych_RGBHumanistic Psychotherapies: “This second edition significantly updates the first, demonstrating that scientific research on humanistic psychotherapies continues to progress at an impressive pace.” —PsycCRITIQUES®
Human-animal-interactionThe Social Neuroscience of Human-Animal Interaction: “This is a nice supplement for a neuroscience elective course or informative reading for the animal lover.” —PsycCRITIQUES®
Addressing Cultural Complexities_RGBAddressing Cultural Complexities in Practice“I highly recommend this book because it is a very practical and comprehensive textbook on cross-cultural competence in assessment and therapy.” —PsycCRITIQUES®
ADHD Coaching_RGB_SmRADHD Coaching“This book is one of the best guides available to any mental health professional specializing in ADHD. Notably, the research base supporting ADHD coaching continues to grow and is accurately represented within every chapter in the book. Trainees and professionals at all levels of expertise would do well to have it at hand!” —New England Psychologist
APA_Miller_NotSoAbnormal_rgbNot So Abnormal Psychology: “This is the type of text book I wish I had in my undergraduate, master’s or doctoral training as I think it would have greatly deepened my understanding of both the theories and concepts in abnormal psychology as well as given me insight into my own personal and emotional development.” –New England Psychologist
APADictionary2ndEd_rgbAPA Dictionary of Psychology, Second Edition: “This new edition is an excellent resource for students of all levels as well as practitioners. Recommended for high school, public, academic, and special libraries supporting researchers in mental health fields.” —American Reference Books Annual
BecomingBrilliant_Sm_RGBBecoming Brilliant“Expertly written, organized and presented, Becoming Brilliant is especially ‘reader friendly’ and highly recommended for personal, community, and academic library Parenting Skills collections.” —Midwest Book Review
PediatricSleep_RGBPediatric Sleep Problems: “This is a compelling book that offers clinicians the most complete behavioral intervention guidelines for pediatric sleep problems currently available. The authors were able to translate a vast amount of research into practical application without sacrificing treatment rigor and integrity. The arrangement of chapter by sleep problem also gives clinicians quick access to the most effective treatments.” —New England Psychologist
cultural competence_web72Psychoanalytic Psychoanalytic Theory and Cultural Competence in Psychotherapy“Tummala-Narra has gathered our dispersed ideas in psychoanalytic thinking about difference and expertly fashioned an important and clinically astute framework. Her ideas are rich and generative. Reading her book was invigorating and challenging, like a consult with a wise and trusted colleague.” — PsycCRITIQUES®
APA_CollDty2ndEd_SmRGBAPA College Dictionary of Psychology, Second Edition“Very highly recommended for personal, professional, community, and library Psychology/Psychiatry Studies reference collections, this is a reliable resource that answers the needs of both advanced placement high-school students and college undergraduates—whether they are taking psychology as part of a broader curriculum or making it their major field of study.” —Midwest Book Review
HappyTogether_RGB_SmHappy Together: “This is a self-help book in the finest sense of the term: Content is scholarly and based on current literature; it offers nuance, street smarts, and sophistication in negotiating life’s gray-zone dilemmas, yet it is accessible and engaging for lay readers, who are its intended audience.” —PsycCRITIQUES®
APA_Miller_NotSoAbnormal_rgbNot So Abnormal Psychology“My advice to individuals interested in the field of abnormal psychology, including seasoned clinicians, students, and laypersons who are consumers of therapies, is to read with an open mind the well-written and engaging narrative of Not So Abnormal Psychology. They will discover a book that challenges them to think of the field of abnormal psychology critically, thereby identifying its current strengths and weaknesses.” —Metapsychology Online Reviews
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ADHD Coaching_RGB_SmRADHD Coaching“As a mental health practitioner who has treated ADHD patients for over 25 years, I strongly recommend this timely book as the absolute go-to reference for anyone interested in both basic and cutting-edge information on all things related to ADHD coaching.” —Doody’s Review Service
TraumaTherapy_RGB_SmTrauma-Informed Treatment and Prevention of Intimate Partner ViolenceMention and quotation by coauthor Casey T. Taft, PhD on NPR.
APA Enright_Forgiveness_rgbForgiveness Therapy“Forgiveness is a worthwhile topic, one sorely needed in the modern world, and Enright and Fitzgibbons offer an important perspective on it in their latest book. It is not the only approach, but it is an insightful one and deserves attention of both researchers and clinicians. Reading their book makes one think, and given the significance of the subject matter, that is valuable indeed.” —PsycCRITIQUES®
Forgiveness&Spirit_SmRGBForgiveness and Spirituality in Psychotherapy“This is a useful read for time-strapped practitioners who want to understand this approach and improve their clinical efficacy by integrating the religious and psycho-spiritual approach into their work, as I believe that this is a key aspect of therapy that is missing.” —New England Psychologist
Play Therapy_RGBPlay Therapy in Middle Childhood: “Drewes and Shaefer do an excellent job of providing experienced therapists with a well-organized, clearly written overview of developmentally relevant play interventions for elementary school-aged children.” —PsycCRITIQUES®
PediatricSleep_RGBPediatric Sleep Problems: “The text is well written, comprehensive, up-to-date, and absolutely practical for day-to-day clinical use. I applaud the authors on their attention to detail, accuracy, and lack of deficiencies. This book is appropriate for medical students, residents, fellows, mid-level providers, pediatric primary care providers (pediatricians, family practitioners), psychologists, and sleep medicine specialists. Even a veteran, experienced sleep specialist will learn something new within these chapters.” —Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine
MonastraADHDTeaching Life Skills to Children and Teens With ADHD: “Monastra has made an important contribution that is a self-help book for parents, as a supplement to therapy, and a resource for counselors. This positive and proactive presentation can guide parents whose children have few problems to those who have numerous problems, in a forthright yet understanding manner, a highly desirable combination.” —PsycCRITIQUES®
CaribbPsychologyCaribbean Psychology“Its contextual, regional, and global perspectives make it clear that this is a book that is relevant to those not only in the Caribbean but also across the globe. Caribbean Psychology is not only good for the Caribbean region but also good for the world.” —PsycCRITIQUES®
An Introduction to Consulting PsychologyAPA_IntroPsycConsult_SM_RGB“Exceptionally well organized and presented, An Introduction to Consulting Psychology is comprehensively informed and informative.” —Midwest Book Review
Clinical Supervision_Book1_RGBSupervision Essentials for Psychodynamic Psychotherapies“Psychodynamic psychologists—especially those supervising trainees who are also working psychodynamically—will find Sarnat’s Supervision Essentials for Psychodynamic Psychotherapies to be a useful guide to developing or refining a more relational approach to their supervision.” —PsycCRITIQUES®
Humanistic Psych_RGBHumanistic Psychotherapies:“This is a practical book on the various psychotherapies in the humanistic tradition and the techniques, with wonderful case illustrations that highlight the concepts. This would be a valuable book for therapists and students alike.” —Doody’s Review Service
Clinical Supervision_Book2_RGBSupervision Essentials for the Integrative Developmental Model“McNeill and Stoltenberg’s latest work reflects their comprehensive knowledge of supervision research as well as their extensive practical experience as supervisors…a sophisticated understanding of the supervisory process and relationship and sound, well-reasoned recommendations for interventions with supervisees at all developmental levels.” —PsycCRITIQUES®
PsychofDemocThe Psychology of Democracy“Exceptionally informed and informative, impressively thoughtful and thought-provoking, The Psychology of Democracy is an outstanding work of accessible scholarship.” —Midwest Book Review
PsychHealthyThe Psychologically Healthy Workplace“This book has it all for any professional seeking evidence-based practices applicable to health promotion and intervention in the workplace.” —New England Psychologist
CollegeTeaching_rgb72College Teaching“In his book College Teaching, Donelson Forsyth answers all the questions you have ever thought of asking, and some that had never occurred to you to ask, about teaching college courses.”—Psychology Teacher Network
Methodological 4thEd_rgbMethodological Issues and Strategies in Clinical Research, Fourth Edition: “Confidently recommended as an academic curriculum textbook, Methodological Issues and Strategies in Clinical Research is a critically important addition to college and university Clinical Research instructional reference collections and supplemental studies reading lists.” —Midwest Book Review
CollegeTeaching_rgb72College Teaching: “A complete course of instruction under one cover, College Teaching is ideal as a curriculum textbook and should be a part of every academic library Educational Methodology reference collections and supplemental studies list.” —Midwest Book Review
14369 TreatmentLateLife_Final.inddTreatment of Late-Life Depression, Anxiety, and Substance Abuse: “I recommend this book as a state-of-the-art resource for psychologists in training and practitioners who treat older adults. The book could easily be a primary text within a clinical psychology course at the graduate level or adopted for seminar training in doctoral internship and postdoctoral fellowship programs. In addition to the hard facts of research-to-practice translation, the book affirms a sensitivity and humility that mental health professionals must possess and demonstrate for improving the quality of life of elderly individuals.” —New England Psychologist
ExpertWitness_Sm_RGBThe Expert Expert Witness, Second Edition: The Expert Expert Witness: More Maxims and Guidelines for Testifying in Court is but the most recent addition to a truly impressive legacy and should be considered essential reading for students and practicing psychologists and psychiatrists—especially since it is quite likely that sometime in the course of their professional careers they will be called upon to give testimony in a court with respect to a client or patient.” —Midwest Book Review
ServiceLearningService Learning in Psychology: “Very highly recommended for academic library Contemporary Psychology reference collection and supplemental studies reading lists.” —Midwest Book Review
Managing Therapy_RGBManaging Therapy-Interfering Behavior: “Chapman and Rosenthal’s Managing Therapy-Interfering Behavior is a refreshing and essential resource for all clinicians, from beginning students to seasoned professionals, and regardless of theoretical orientation.” —PsycCRITIQUES®
HndbkClinGeropsyc_V2-RGB_SmAPA Handbook of Clinical Geropsychology: “This two-volume set runs the gamut of geropsychology, from historical perspectives and theory to assessment and treatment. Must-reading for clinicians and researchers in the field.” —Doody’s Review Service
ethnic.identity_webStudying Ethnic Identity: “This book provides great examples of qualitative and alternative methods for examining ethnic identity developmental processing. Seasoned researchers and undergraduate students in psychology, education, social work, and sociology will benefit and gain greater understanding of the research, research methodology, and the stories of the lives presented in each chapter.” —PsycCRITIQUES®
OrgChange_Sm_RGBOrganizational Change Through Individual Empowerment: “I could go on much longer giving examples of all the things this wonderful book has made me think about. But I would rather people bought it and found their own shame and inspiration in it. It is also beautifully written…The combination of his [Toch’s] humour with his care for the vulnerable leaves a forceful and long-lasting impression. I had an injection of reforming vigour from reading it and I hope you do too…” —Prison Service Journal
PediatricSleep_RGBPediatric Sleep Problems: “This is an excellent book that is easy to read, very practical, and contains 33 useful handouts. It should be in the libraries of all clinicians who address sleep problems in children.” —Doody’s Review Service
APADictionary2ndEd_rgbAPA Dictionary of Psychology, Second Edition: “Thorough but concise definitions remain the norm in this update, and the challenge of encompassing the diverse fields of psychology in a single volume makes this a triumph of cooperative composition and outstanding editing.” —CHOICE
APA_AdolescentDrugUse_rgbHandbook of Adolescent Drug Use Prevention:The Handbook of Adolescent Drug Use Prevention is a masterful work which should find a home on the shelves of anyone with a serious interest in the topic.” —PsycCRITIQUES®
AutismSpectrum_SM_RGBAutism Spectrum Disorder in Children and Adolescents: “Wilkinson has fashioned a very good book for ASD school practicioners, with commendable interdisciplinary appeal and a much needed dose of empiricism!” —New England Psychologist
ADHD Coaching_RGB_SmRADHD Coaching: “Prevatt and Levrini offer clinicians who work with adults with ADHD an innovative and practical approach to assist their clients.” —PsycCRITIQUES®
Ethical_Dilemmas_RGBEthical Dilemmas in Psychotherapy: “This volume is a worthwhile addition to the bookshelves of psychologists wanting to expand their understanding of ethical dilemmas in psychotherapy.” —PsycCRITIQUES®
PediatricSleep_RGBPediatric Sleep Problems: “This well-written text represents a clinical practice niche in pediatric psychology that has come of age and is showing its clear relevance for a wide range of child and adolescent functioning.” —PsycCRITIQUES®
PsychHealthyThe Psychologically Healthy Workplace: “An exceptional volume of original and seminal scholarship.” —Midwest Book Review
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