1282 books (65 pages) in this category
Neurofeedback and Biofeedback Treatments for Advances in Human Performance
by W. Alex Edmonds
A thorough, readable primer for the practitioner and student, detailing case studies on the art and science of biofeedback and neurofeedback in practice. <ul> <li> <div>Includes case-study examples focusing directly on improving human ...
Principles of Problem Formation and Problem Resolution
by Paul Watzlawick
Emotion, Attachment, Trauma, and Neurobiology
by Margaret Wilkinson
<b>The latest application of contemporary neuroscience to therapeutic work.</b><br /> <br /> <p>There is an increasing clinical focus on how recent advances in neuroscience, attachment, and trauma can be applied to treating patients with a ...
by James O. Prochaska
Changing unhealthy behaviors is easier said than done. Through interactive exercises, backed by countless research studies, Changing to Thrive will help readers progress through the Stages of Change and find the will power to create lasting ...
by Stephen M. Johnson
Here, the author shows how basic existential and developmental issues underlie the severe pathology of personality disorders and symptoms of neurosis in character styles. ...
A Beginner's Guide for Therapists
by Linda Kelly
by Jess P. Shatkin MD
by Theodore P. Beauchaine
Science and Art
by Jeremy P. Shapiro
by Judith Aron Rubin
<b>An innovative guide to the practice of art therapy</b> <p>Since 1978, Judith Aron Rubin's <i>Child Art Therapy</i> has become the classic text for conducting art therapy with children. Twenty-five years later, the book still stands as the ...
Concepts, Theory, and Practice
by Jonathan Reed
Based on the most up-to-date research, <i>Child Neuropsychology</i> is a thorough and accessible guide to the key concepts and basic processes central to neuropsychological assessment and child evaluation. Essays by leading experts in the field ...
Development in a Changing Society
by Robin Harwood
<p>In this comprehensive overview, readers will gain a better understanding of the various theories, perspectives, and research that characterize contemporary themes in child development. The book uses a contextual approach to examine the ...
Frameworks for Clinical Training and Practice
by David Skuse
New Thinking About the Boundary Between Traits and Illness
by David Rettew
A Practical Guide to Developing Therapeutic Relationships with Children
by Nancy H. Cochran
The practice of play therapy has experienced a remarkable period of growth since the 1980s. Yet, currently there is no reference available covering the widely researched and implemented work of Louise Guerney, a founding figure in child-centered
The Evidence Base for Effective Practice
by Jennifer N. Baggerly
Research must support the efficacy of play therapy in order to justify therapists' use of it to insurance companies, courts, school districts, and parents. Focusing on the two most academically researched types of play therapy--child-centered ...
Making Young Subjects
by Karen Wells
What does it mean to think of children as social subjects and how should we go about studying childhood in society? Childhood is a key site where children come to understand themselves as particular kinds of people, not only as individuals but ...
How Parents and Educators Can Reduce Bullying at School
by Ken Rigby
Scarcely a day goes by without reports of school bullying or recommendations for quick fixes to the problem. Parents and educators are often left trying to solve a difficult issue without sufficient evidence to support suggested remedies. ...