1042 books (53 pages) in this category
by Ian Jackson
<P>Thomas Paine’s 1776 <EM>Common Sense</EM> has secured an unshakeable place as one of history’s most explosive and revolutionary books. A slim pamphlet published at the beginning of the American Revolution, it was so widely read that it ...
by Veronica Lambert
by Mary Welford
<b>Don't be so hard on yourself ? use compassion focused therapy as your guide</b> <p>It's often said that we're our own worst critics?and it's true. <i>Compassion Focused Therapy For Dummies</i> offers straightforward and practical advice that ...
Creating and Sustaining Superior Performance
by Pádraig Belton
<P>Michael E. Porter’s 1980 book Competitive Strategy is a fine example of critical thinking skills in action. Porter used his strong evaluative skills to overturn much of the accepted wisdom in the world of business. By exploring the strengths ...
The Go-to Guide for Clinicians and Patients
by John Ingram Walker
a Guide for Practitioners
by A. Jordan Wright
The major market need for this book comes from the fact that the bulk of the literature on psychological assessment focuses on individual tests, rather than the process of using tests as part of an overall integrative assessment process. The ...
by Kissel Wegela
by Patricia Evans
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by David Scott
by Sallie Baxendale
For every person who develops Alzheimer’s, there are thought to be at least another eight whose memory problems are severe enough to affect the quality of their lives. This book addresses all forms of memory loss, organic and non-organic; it ...
Skills Training for Patients and Therapists
by Suzette Boon
Improving the Outcomes of Psychotherapeutic Treatments
An Integrated Positive Psychological Approach
Theory and Practice, Seventh Edition
by Derald Wing Sue