Recent Submissions

  • Depression: cognitive behaviour therapy with children and young people 

    Wood, Alison; Verduyn, Chrissie; Rogers, Julia (Routledge, 2009)
    Until the 1970s it was generally believed that depressive disorders as seen in adults were rare in childhood. Depressive symptoms were considered a normal part of adolescence. Mood swings, low mood and irritability ...
  • Learning Cognitive-Behavior Therapy: An Illustrated Guide 

    H.Wright, Jesse; Ramirez Basco, Monica; E. Thase, Michael (American Psychiatric association Pubishing, 2017)
    Developing a book with video illustrations required a great deal of support from our colleagues and friends. We owe a special note of gratitude to the people who volunteered to play the therapists and patients in the ...
  • Theories of Counselling and Psychotherapy - A Multicultural Perspective 

    E. Ivey, Allen; D' Andrea, Michael; Brandford Ivay, Mary; Simek-Morgan, Lynn (Pearson, 2007)
    We are very excited about this newly revised edition of Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy: A Multicultural Perspective. Our mission in writing this book has always been to provide future counselors and therapists ...
  • The practice of rational emotive behavioral therapy (2nd Ed.) 

    Ellis, Albert; Dryden, Windy (SAGE Publications Ltd, 2007)
    Foreword Psychotherapy requires a great deal of intellectual knowledge. To become a successful therapist requires that one reads many books and articles, and listens to hundreds of hours of lectures and workshops. ...
  • Cognitive Behaviour Therapy: Basics and Beyond (3rd) 

    S.Beck, Judith (THE GUILFORD PRESS, 2020)
    ’m excited to introduce this third edition of Cognitive Behavior Ther- apy: Basics and Beyond to you. Before beginning this revision, I asked for feedback on the second edition from health and mental health practitioners ...

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