Psychotherapy & Psychiatry

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  1. Book ImageBrief Coaching for Lasting Solutions

    Insoo Kim Berg, Peter Szabó

    Like so many helping professionals today, coaches are discovering that the most effective treatment plan is not always the one that takes the most time.

  2. Book ImageChildren's Solution Work

    Insoo Kim Berg, Therese Steiner

    How to use solution-focused therapy with children and adolescents.More

  3. Book ImageWorking with the Problem Drinker: A Solution-Focused Approach

    Insoo Kim Berg, Scott D. Miller

    A detailed program for psychotherapists—the solution-focused, brief-therapy, problem-solving method of working with problem-drinker clients.More

  4. Book ImageThe Miracle Method: A Radically New Approach to Problem Drinking

    Insoo Kim Berg, Scott D. Miller

    A new approach to problem drinking that focuses not on the past or the present but on the future.More

  5. Book ImageSolutions Step by Step: A Substance Abuse Treatment Manual

    Insoo Kim Berg, Norman H. Reuss

    A practical guide introducing the solution-focused approach to clinicians working with substance abusers.

  6. Book ImageFishing for Barracuda: Pragmatics of Brief Systemic Theory

    Joel S. Bergman

    Fishing For Barracuda? Is this a book about therapy? Most certainly!More

  7. Book ImageWorking with Families of the Mentally Ill

    Kayla F. Bernheim, Anthony F. Lehman

    This book is the practical guide to integrating educational, behavioral and supportive techniques to assist families in helping their chronically ill relatives as well as themselves.More

  8. Book ImageYours, Mine, and Ours: How Families Change When Remarried Parents Have a Child Together

    Anne C. Bernstein

    Based on the author's experience as a family therapist and stepmother, and on interviews with more than fifty families, this book explores the ramifications for all concerned--remarried parents, his children, her children, and their baby--of having a mutual child.More

  9. Book ImageChange-Oriented Therapy with Adolescents and Young Adults

    Bob Bertolino

    In Change-Oriented Therapy with Adolescents and Young Adults, Bob Bertolino writes with an eye toward the issues faced by contemporary therapists who, confronted with the pressures of running a clinical practice and dealing with managed care, are often compelled to keep therapy brief and solution-oriented.More

  10. Book ImageEven From A Broken Web: Brief, Respectful Solution-Oriented Therapy for Sexual Abuse and Trauma

    Bob Bertolino, Bill O'Hanlon

    In recent years, more and more people have been coming to therapy with the problem of the after-effects of sexual abuse.More

  11. Book ImageSensory Processing Challenges: Effective Clinical Work with Kids & Teens

    Lindsey Biel

    Equipping clinicians with “sensory smarts” to treat their child clients.More

  12. Book ImageMental Health Professionals in Medical Settings: A Primer

    Richard J. Bischoff, Richard L. Heinrich, Jo Ellen Patterson, Et Al.

    Both students and practicing mental health practitioners will find a well-researched, practical model for comprehensive, well-coordinated, and quality care that all patients deserve.More

  13. Book ImageIntegrated Primary Care: The Future of Medical and Mental Health Collaboration

    Alexander Blount

    Presents models for integrating medical and mental health services to best address patients' needs.More

  14. Book ImageThe Couple Is Telling You What You Need To Know

    Norman S. Bobes, Toby Bobes

    As our society becomes more culturally diverse and our definition of family changes, mental health practitioners must respond by becoming more adept at understanding issues of race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and class, and recognizing their impact on every aspect of therapy.More

  15. Book ImageDoing Couple Therapy: Integrating Theory with Practice

    Toby Bobes, Barbara Rothman

    How do couples get beyond the reactivity and blaming that destroy self-esteem and good will? How can couples sort out the multiple layers and complexities in their relationships? Is it possible to move from impasse to dialogue?More

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