Psychotherapy & Psychiatry

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  1. Book ImageFamilies Under the Influence: Changing Alcoholic Patterns

    Michael Elkin

    “Michael Elkin’s lucid, compassionate book shows professionals something new: how to work successfully with alcoholics and their families. Its wisdom is for all our families.” —Sara Blackburn, coauthor of Family SecretsMore

  2. Book ImageSubstance Abuse in Adolescents and Young Adults: A Guide to Treatment

    Joseph Nowinski

    “Dr. Nowinski’s book breaks new ground for professionals working with adolescents and young adults. In clear and practical terms it speaks to the current epidemic of substance abuse among our youths. Beyond describing diagnosis and treatment, this book succeeds in integrating developmental psychology and family therapy techniques with recovery.” —Anthony A. Ferrante, M.D., Associate Clinical Professor of PsychiatryMore

  3. Book ImageThe Mirages of Marriage

    William J. Lederer, Don D. Jackson, Karl Menninger

    “We believe that husband and wife in a discordant marriage can do the greater part of the healing and growing for themselves. There is no doctor or counselor who can—for any amount of money—give ‘instant’ love or marital harmony. The partners involved must do the work.” —William J. Lederer and Don D. Jackson, M.D.More

  4. Book ImageDream Work in Psychotherapy and Self-Change

    Alvin R. Mahrer

    Written both for people who want to work on their own dreams and for psychotherapists, this book shows how one can draw on dreams to bring about self-change.More

  5. Book ImageSymbol Story & Ceremony: Using Metaphor in Individual and Family Therapy

    Gene Combs, Jill Freedman

    Describes the psychotherapeutic use of metaphor in its three basic forms: symbol, story and ritual. Case studies are used to illustrate metaphorical strategies for facilitating new patterns of thought. Exercises are also offered to help therapists develop confidence in thinking metaphorically.More

  6. Book ImageA Lifelong Love Affair: Keeping Sexual Desire Alive in Your Relationship

    Joseph Nowinski

    Nowinski looks at a wide range of problems that can undermine emotional intimacy, such as low self-esteem, gender-role conflict, feelings of powerlessness, distrust between partners, job stress, and anger.More

  7. Book ImageTheaters of the Body: A Psychoanalytic Approach to Psychosomatic Illness

    Joyce McDougall

    Theaters of the Body is a landmark contribution to the study of the psychosoma by one of the world's most important psychoanalytic thinkers and clinicians.More

  8. Book ImageThe Healing Bond: Treating Addictions in Groups

    Scott McMillin, Ronald L. Rogers

    Here is a practical guide to a new and different method of treating addictions in group therapy.More

  9. Book ImageCognitive Therapy in Practice: A Case Formulation Approach

    Jacqueline B. Persons

    This book gives a nitty-gritty account of cognitive behavior therapy in practice.More

  10. Book ImageChildren in Recovery: Healing the Parent-Child Relationship in Alcohol/Addictive Parents

    Rosalie Cruise Jesse

    This study focuses on the developmental and therapeutic needs of these traumatized children.More

  11. Book ImageFacing Shame: Families in Recovery

    Merle A. Fossum, Marilyn J. Mason

    "This book will be helpful to all practitioners of psychological services and to all persons who wish to understand their dilemnas better." —Virginia M. SatirMore

  12. Book ImageThe Empathic Imagination

    Alfred Margulies

    The author describes the enigma of empathy in everyday clinical psychiatric practice, examining the sensory parameters of personal world views and the paradox of the self.More

  13. Book ImageMoments of Engagement: Intimate Psychotherapy in a Technological Age

    Peter D. Kramer

    Through fascinating case histories and revealing encounters with patients, Dr. Kramer provides a compassionate, immensely eloquent view of how psychiatry really works. Written by the author of the national bestseller, Listening to Prozac.More

  14. Book ImageFamilies in Perpetual Crisis

    Richard Kagan, Shirley Schlosberg

    At last, an honest guide to family therapy in the trenches!More

  15. Book ImageBefore It's Too Late: Working with Substance Abuse in the Family

    David C. Treadway

    This book shows therapists how to tackle the dilemma of the presenting problem not being the 'real' problem and presents a variety of step-by-step models for working with the substance-abusing family.
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