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· C o g n i t i v e B e h av i o r a l t h e r a p y · D i a l e C t i C a l B e h av i o r t h e r a p y · a C C e p ta n C e & C o m m i t m e n t t h e r a p y · minDfulness -Ba seD ther apies · C o m pa s s i o n - f o C u s e D t h e r a p y · psyChoph ar maCology

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Coming this fall 2011/winter 2012

The SmOke-Free SmOke Break

available December 2011

Breaking The CyCle Free Yourself from Sex Addiction, Porn Obsession & Shame

available October 2011

10 SimPle SOluTiOnS to aDulT aDD, SeCOnD eDiTiOn

available December 2011

The minD'S Own PhySiCian

available October 2011

The SelF & PerSPeCTive Taking

available January 2011

30-minuTe TheraPy for anxieTy

available November 2011

OCD A Guide for the Newly Diagnosed

available January 2012

The CriTiCal ParTner How to End the Cycle of Criticism & Get the Love You Want

available November 2011

ThOughTS & FeelingS FOurTh eDiTiOn

available January 2012

The DialeCTiCal BehaviOr TheraPy SkillS wOrkBOOk for anxieTy

available November 2011

The Family guiDe to BOrDerline PerSOnaliTy DiSOrDer

available February 2012

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Dear Friends: If you've been thinking about setting up your own practice, or perhaps just want to improve your existing one, I'm pleased to announce that we have a wonderful new resource for you out this spring. Private Practice Made Simple guides you through the process of setting up and running a private therapy practice and offers soup-to-nuts advice that every therapist in private practice can use, from the recently graduated to the most established. I hope you'll give it a look. In other news, I'm the coauthor of a new book that could really change the way clinicians treat emotional disorders. It's a client workbook that presents a transdiagnostic treatment protocol for all emotional disorders that is based in evidence-based interventions from cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and dialectical behavior therapy. A great many clients have comorbid emotional conditions, so instead of focusing on each disorder, Mind and Emotions targets the seven unhealthy coping styles that are at the root of these conditions. It helps readers learn new management skills for facing and withstanding difficult emotions. In addition, we are expanding our resources for clinicians and researchers in the field of behavioral medicine. If you work with patients with specific conditions, such as chronic pain, obesity, or cancer, Mindfulness and Acceptance in Behavioral Medicine is a must-have for your shelf. This edited volume includes the latest findings on the use of mindfulness therapies for the treatment of a variety of common conditions. Our goal is always to publish the most useful resources for clinicians, so we hope you'll find these to be welcome additions to your professional library. Thank you for your continued support of New Harbinger's evidence-based books. All the best,

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As you look through this catalog, you might see one or several icons next to the book entries. These symbols allow for quick and easy reference to books specifically written for professionals, client workbooks, and books on topics of particular interest. Use these helpful icons to find exactly the right book to meet your needs.

Written for professionals, these books offer thorough treatments of subjects relevant to clinicians and researchers. Many of these books offer solid clinical information you can put to work in your practice right away. These larger-format workbooks offer your clients valuable information and bibliotherapy. Our workbooks are also a great source for between-session homework for your clients. These larger books offer ample space on the page for completing written exercises. Behavioral analysis and contextual psychology books, these challenging and thought-provoking titles represent the cutting edge of research and scholarship in the field. These titles are grounded in the diagnostic and treatment model of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). You'll find this icon on books for both professionals and general readers. For both professionals and general readers, these books feature dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), a popular therapy approach that is rapidly expanding to applications beyond borderline personality disorder. Books based in compassion-focused therapy (CFT) emphasize the development of self-compassion and kindness in those who are prone to feelings of shame and self-criticism. CFT has been shown to improve emotion regulation and distress tolerance.

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A Universal Treatment for Emotional Disorders

mIND & EmOTIONS

mATThEw mCKAy, PhD, PATRICK FANNINg & PATRICIA ZuRITA ONA, PSyD

Mind and Emotions is the first book to reveal the seven unhealthy coping styles that are at the root of all suffering and emotional disorders. Readers learn to recognize the critical moment when an emotion reveals itself in behavior and work toward acknowledging that they have a choice in that moment. A variety of assessment tests provided in the book help readers identify which negative coping styles they favor during emotional stress. Little by little, through exercises, worksheets, and daily practice, readers develop a new way of coping with negative emotions. This universal treatment offers evidence-based techniques from cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) for facing difficult emotions and reconnecting to core values.

8 x 10 / 224 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-60882-0157 ISBN-13: 978-1-60882-0153 US $21.95

Matthew McKay, PhD, is a professor at the Wright Institute in Berkeley, CA. In private practice, he specializes in the cognitive behavioral treatment of anxiety, anger, and depression. He is coauthor of The Relaxation and Stress Reduction Workbook, Thoughts and Feelings, Self-Esteem, and other titles. Patrick Fanning is a professional writer in the mental health field. He is coauthor of Messages, Visualization for Change, Thoughts and Feelings, Self-Esteem, and other books. Patricia Zurita Ona, PsyD, is a clinical supervisor at the Berkeley Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Clinic and the behavioral medicine training program at the Wright Institute in Berkeley, CA.

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"The authors are experts in the field of mental health and psychotherapy, and it shows in this work. Their accessible and easy-to-follow practices will empower and promote emotional healing for anyone who takes the time to work through this excellent program."

--Jeffrey Brantley, MD, consulting associate in the Duke Department of Psychiatry

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Table of Contents Chapter 1 The Universal Treatment n Chapter 2 The Nature of Emotions n Chapter 3 The Cost

of Avoiding Emotions Chapter 4 Values in Action Chapter 5 Mindfulness and Emotion Awareness Chapter 6 Defusion n Chapter 7 Cognitive Flexibility Training n Chapter 8 Self-Soothing n Midtreatment Assessment Exercise n Chapter 9 Doing the Opposite n Chapter 10 Interpersonal Effectiveness n Chapter 11 Imagery-Based Emotion Exposure n Chapter 12 Interoceptive Emotion Exposure n Chapter 13 Situational Emotion Exposure n Chapter 14 Relapse Prevention

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Everything You Need to Know to Set Up & Manage a Successful Mental Health Practice

PRIvATE PRACTICE mADE SImPlE

RANDy J. PATERSON, PhD

Running a private practice takes more than an advanced degree, memberships in professional psychology organizations, and the ability to be a good therapist. And while continuing education and training may be useful, setting up and managing a successful practice is a matter of business and organizational know-how as much as professional proficiency.

Private Practice Made Simple is a detailed guide to opening a private practice and or running an existing private practice more efficiently. This book offers tips on everything from getting client referrals and creating a positive and comfortable office atmosphere to building a strong and thriving therapy practice that can serve both therapist and client. Readers learn Randy J. Paterson, PhD, owns and operates how to attract clients as a new therapist and how to manage the practice as it grows. Changeways Clinic, a private multiple-provider Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com Table of Contents Introduction n Chapter 1 Why/Why Not: The Decision to Open a Practice n Chapter 2 outpatient practice in Vancouver, British Who/Where: Names and Location n Chapter 3 Setting the Scene: The Office as Stage n Chapter 4 Getting Columbia. He is author of The Assertiveness Referrals n Chapter 5 Creating a Website n Chapter 6 Managing Client Information n Chapter 7 Managing Workbook and Your Depression Map, and Finances n Chapter 8 The Clinic Assistant n Chapter 9 Managing Clinical Services n Chapter 10 The Ritual conducts training programs on evidence-based Clinic: Keeping Your Work Sustainable n Chapter 11 The Long View: Burnout and Beyond treatment and practice management. Table of contents may vary from actual book.

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6 x 9 / 280 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-60882-0238 ISBN-13: 978-1-60882-0238 US $39.95

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Current Theory & Practice

mINDFulNESS & ACCEPTANCE IN BEhAvIORAl mEDICINE

EDITED By lANCE m. mCCRACKEN, PhD

6 x 9 / 376 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-57224-7312 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-7314 US $49.95

Clinicians and researchers working in the field of behavioral medicine are in a unique position to help patients access a range of mindfulness and acceptance-based treatment methods for preventing disease, managing symptoms, and promoting overall health. Evidence-based mindfulness approaches such as acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) can form a critical component of treatment, helping patients become active partners in improving or maintaining their health and daily functioning. An essential resource every psychologist, psychiatrist, primary care physician, health care provider, and health educator should own, this book presents a series of chapters that feature the latest findings on the efficacy of ACT and other mindfulness therapies for specific conditions and populations and guidance for introducing these therapies to patients.

Table of Contents Part 1 Introduction n History, Context, and New Developments in Behavioral Medicine n A Brief Early History of Behavioral Medicine Lance M. McCracken, PhD n Part 2 Applications of ACT and Mindfulness to Specific Conditions and Populations n Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Chronic Pain Kevin E. Vowles, PhD, and Miles Thompson, DClinPsy n Analysis and Treatment of Epilepsy Using Mindfulness, Acceptance, Values and Countermeasures JoAnne Dahl and Tobias Lundgren n Health Behavior Problems in Diabetes, Obesity, and Secondary Prevention Jennifer A. Gregg, PhD, Priscilla Almada, BA, & Eric Schmidt, BA n Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: A Promising Approach to Smoking Cessation Jonathan B. Bricker, PhD n Insomnia Lars-Gunnar Lundh n Mindfulness for Cancer and Terminal Illness Linda E. Carlson, PhD, RPsych., & Joan Halifax, PhD n Part 3 Assessment Methods n Assessment of Acceptance and Mindfulness in Behavioral Medicine Ruth A. Baer & Jessica R. Peters n Part 4 Related Clinical Methods n Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Motivational Interviewing for Health Behavior Change David Gillanders n Integration of Exposure-Based and Other Traditional CBT Methods with Acceptance and Mindfulness Rikard K. Wicksell n Part 5 Training and Education of Health Care Providers Bias, Prejudice, and Disparities in Health Care Miles Thompson DClinPsy n Mindfulness Based Training for Health Care Professionals Nicole L. Kangas, MFT & Shauna L. Shapiro, PhD n Team Working and the Social Contexts of Health Table of contents may vary from actual book. Care Jeremy Gauntlett-Gilbert n Index

Editor Lance M. McCracken, PhD, is a consultant clinical psychologist and clinical director of the Centre for Pain Services at the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases in Bath, UK.

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RIChARD BlONNA, EDD

mAxImIZE yOuR COAChINg EFFECTIvENESS wITh ACCEPTANCE & COmmITmENT ThERAPy

8 x 10 / 224 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-57224-9315 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-9318 US $39.95

Richard Blonna, EdD, is a university professor and author in Hillsborough, NJ, who has integrated acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) principles and practices into his work as a teacher and nationally certified life coach, counselor, and health education specialist.

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Life coaches help people live purposeful lives that are driven by their deepest values. And although life coaching clients may not have diagnosable mental health disorders, it's likely that many of them encounter mental roadblocks such as fear, stress, anxiety, and worry that keep them from reaching their goals and developing their full potential. Thousands of cognitive behavioral psychologists from around the world rely on a method called acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) to help their therapeutic clients get "unstuck" from these barriers and improve their level of functioning. In Maximize Your Coaching Effectiveness with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, life coaches learn to help their coaching clients harness these powerful psychological techniques to identify their passions, set values-based professional and personal goals, and realize their full potential. By guiding clients through ACT-based exercises in mindfulness training and values clarification, life coaches can help them accept aspects of their situations that can't be changed, coexist with fear and other painful emotions, and commit to taking the actions that will lead them to success.

Table of Contents Introduction n Chapter 1 ACT Coaching and Psychotherapy n Chapter 2 What Is ACT? n Chapter 3 Getting Stuck and How to Get Unstuck n Chapter 4 Helping Clients Define Their Valued Directions n Chapter 5 Helping Clients Commit to Act by Setting Goals n Chapter 6 Helping Clients Be Present n Chapter 7 Increasing Acceptance and Willingness by Giving Up Control n Chapter 8 Integrating ACT into Your Coaching Practice n Appendix A Client Initial Interview Form n Appendix B Sample Informed Consent Form Table of contents may vary from actual book.

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A Guide for the Newly Diagnosed

FOREwORD By PATRICIA O. QuINN, mD

ADulT ADD

STEPhANIE mOulTON SARKIS, PhD

After receiving a diagnosis of attention deficit disorder (ADD), clients may feel relieved to finally have an explanation for their symptoms, but also concerned and full of questions about the future. Questions like: What are the best ways to get my symptoms under control? Should I tell people at work? And--wait a minute--there can be good things about having ADD? In Adult ADD: A Guide for the Newly Diagnosed, an ADD specialist who has the disorder herself answers these questions and offers all the tools and information clients need to process the diagnosis, learn about medications, and decide which treatments are the best options for them. This pocket guide also features a complete list of resources readers can use to find support and tips for getting organized and living well with ADD.

5 x 7 / 168 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-57224-005X ISBN-13: 978-1-60882-0054 US $16.95

Stephanie Moulton Sarkis, PhD, is adjunct assistant professor at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, FL, and author of 10 Simple Solutions to Adult ADD, Making the Grade with ADD, and ADD and Your Money. Foreword writer Patricia O. Quinn, MD, is a developmental pediatrician in Washington, DC. A graduate of Georgetown University Medical School, she specializes in child development and psychopharmacology.

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"An important contribution for ADHD adults, this book is easy to read, with concise sections that allow readers to quickly grasp important information. This book is an excellent starting point for newly diagnosed adults with ADHD and family members hoping to understand the disorder."

--David W. Goodman, MD, assistant professor at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and director at Adult Attention Deficit Disorder Center of Maryland

Table of Contents Introduction n Chapter 1 Overview of ADHD n Chapter 2 Finding a Treatment Team n Chapter 3 Diagnosis n Chapter 4 Treatments for ADHD n Chapter 5 Additional Concerns When You Have ADHD n Chapter 6 Lifestyle Changes n Chapter 7 Getting Support n Chapter 8 ADHD and the Workplace n Chapter 9 The Positives of Having ADHD n Conclusion n Resources n Recommended Reading Table of contents may vary from actual book.

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How to Stop Compulsive Worry Without Feeling Guilty

ThE DuTIFul wORRIER

EllIOT D. COhEN, PhD

A type of compulsive behavior and subtype of worrying called dutiful worrying can make people feel as if they're actually doing something to improve or control their situation. But this unproductive habit eventually robs them of energy and peace of mind and can leave them feeling overwhelmed.

The Dutiful Worrier pinpoints why some people become compulsive worriers and offers a four-step program to end this vicious circle. With this book, readers will identify and change the thoughts that propel worry, learn to make decisions without ruminating about them, and overcome feelings of guilt when they don't worry. Complete with self-evaluations and exercises, this book offers guidance for keeping perspective. Without the burden of dutiful worrying, readers can enjoy life more freely and fully.

6 x 9 / 192 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-57224-8971 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-8977 US $16.95

Elliot D. Cohen, PhD, is professor and chair of the department of humanities at Indian River State College, adjunct professor of clinical ethics at the Florida State University College of Medicine, and director of the Institute of Critical Thinking.

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"Elliot Cohen shows how to use a four-step process to identify, refute, replace, and monitor well-meaning worry."

--Jon Carlson, PsyD, EdD, Distinguished Professor in psychology and counseling at Governors State University in University Park, IL

Table of Contents Introduction n Chapter 1 How Dutiful Worrying Undermines Your Happiness n Chapter 2 Four Steps to Overcoming Dutiful Worrying n Chapter 3 How to Identify Your Faulty Reasoning n Chapter 4 How to Find and Refute Your Reasoning Fallacies n Chapter 5 Taking a Rational Approach n Chapter 6 Cultivating Courage n Chapter 7 Respecting Yourself n Chapter 8 Attaining Serenity in an Imperfect World n Chapter 9 Making Moral Decisions n Chapter 10 Acting Instead of Worrying n Chapter 11 How to Stop Worrying Without Feeling Guilty n References Table of contents may vary from actual book.

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30-mINuTE ThERAPy FOR ANgER

Everything You Need To Know in the Least Amount of Time

RONAlD T. POTTER-EFRON, PhD, lCSw, & PATRICIA S. POTTER-EFRON, mS

5 x 7 / 104 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-60882-0297 ISBN-13: 978-1-60882-0290 US $15.95

Ronald T. Potter-Efron, PhD, LCSW, is a psychotherapist in private practice in Eau Claire, WI, who specializes in anger management. He is author of Angry All the Time and coauthor, with Patrick Fanning, of Letting Go of Anger. Patricia S. Potter-Efron, MS, is a clinical psychotherapist at First Things First Counseling Center in Eau Claire, WI.

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Anger fills people with adrenaline, but can also cloud thinking--a combination that tends to lead to trouble. In 30-Minute Therapy for Anger, readers learn proven-effective skills to help process and control their anger instead of lashing out at others. These conflictdefusing techniques will help clients "cool down" anger so that they can respond calmly and effectively, even in life's most aggravating situations. Clients can read just one or all three parts of this book: Get the basics Clients learn what they need to know to quickly get anger under control in the first sections of each chapter. Gain a deeper understanding Take it further and read the second sections of each chapter for skills that will help readers make lasting changes. Then, go online to practice the skills Log on to find more exercises available online exclusively for 30-Minute Therapy for Anger readers.

Table of Contents Introduction n Part 1 Identify Your Trouble Spots n Chapter 1 Excessive Anger and Its Costs n Chapter 2 The Short-Fuse Problem n Chapter 3 The Intensity Problem and Rating Your Anger n Chapter 4 Thinking or Planning When Angry n Chapter 5 Reacting Too Quickly or Strongly n Chapter 6 Getting Too Angry to Listen n Chapter 7 Becoming Resentful n Chapter 8 Knowing Your Payoffs n Part 2 Set Realistic Goals n Chapter 9 Doing No Harm n Chapter 10 Your Anger Management Goals n Chapter 11 The Substitution Principle n Chapter 12 Accepting Your Anger n Part 3 Use Your Anger Well n Chapter 13 Anger Invitations n Chapter 14 Taking a Good Time-Out n Chapter 15 Breathing and Relaxing in Stressful Situations n Chapter 16 Avoiding Anger as a Permanent Condition n Chapter 17 Putting Yourself in Someone Else's Shoes n Chapter 18 Replacing Negative Thoughts with Positive Ones n Chapter 19 Identifying Your Other Emotions n Chapter 20 Looking for the Good Instead of the Bad n Chapter 21 Defusing a Potential Conflict n Chapter 22 Using "I" Statements n Chapter 23 FairFighting Guidelines n Chapter 24 Using Your Anger to Fight for a Cause n Chapter 25 Deep Resentments and the Need to Forgive n Chapter 26 The Anger-Turned-Inward and Self-Forgiveness Challenges n Concluding Remarks Table of contents may vary from actual book.

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Seven Steps to Uncover the Meaning of Anger & Gain Awareness, True Strength, & Peace

ThE gIFT OF ANgER

mARCIA CANNON, PhD, mFT

6 x 9 / 192 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-57224-9668 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-9660 US $17.95

Marcia Cannon, PhD, MFT, is a marriage and family therapist in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has conducted workshops teaching the gift of anger process nationwide.

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Anger is a natural response to feelings of hurt, betrayal, and embarrassment, and a reliable outlet when we feel just plain stressed out. Yet many people see anger as a negative, potentially dangerous emotion that should be suppressed. But the truth is, anger is a gift--a natural, internal signal that unfailingly identifies an opportunity for healing and growth. The Gift of Anger shows readers how to recognize this signal, discover the deeper meaning behind their anger, and change the relationships and situations in their lives that frustrate them. In seven simple and effective steps, this book guides readers past any level of anger, from mild irritation to rage, and toward a balanced approach to using anger for greater understanding and well-being.

"[This book] presents concrete steps for moving from anger to empowerment."

--Marla Estes, founder of The School of the Examined Life

"This book takes that most difficult of emotions, anger, and turns it into a valuable tool for insight and a shortcut to self-discovery."

--Tom Flautt, PhD, past president of International Enneagram Association

Table of Contents Introduction: A New Understanding, The Need for This Book, A Brief Introduction to the Two Stages of Anger, If You Need Help, Why I Wrote This Book n Chapter 1 Stage One: Anger As a Protective Reaction n Chapter 2 The Power of Stage Two n Chapter 3 The Nature of Beliefs and Feelings n Chapter 4 Step One: Acknowledge Your Anger and Safely n Chapter 5 Step Two: Notice Your Thoughts and Feelings n Chapter 6 Step Three: Give Yourself Validation n Chapter 7 Step Four: Identify Your Unmet Need n Chapter 8 Step Five: Take Action to Meet Your Need n Chapter 9 Step Six: Explore the Other Person's Frame of Reference n Chapter 10 Step Seven: Free Yourself with Forgiveness n Chapter 11 When You're Angry with Yourself Table of contents may vary from actual book.

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Monitoring Your Emotional Regulation Day by Day

ThE DIAlECTICAl BEhAvIOR ThERAPy DIARy

mATThEw mCKAy, PhD, & JEFFREy C. wOOD, PSyD

Difficult emotions like anger, fear, sadness, guilt, and shame are part of being alive and are meant to help protect us, but when they get out of control, these emotions can also cause severe pain. When people are in the grip of an emotional storm, it's all too easy for them to overreact, lash out at others, or become angry with themselves. Therapists created dialectical behavior therapy, or DBT, to help people with overwhelming emotions calm themselves when their feelings become too painful or out of control.

The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Diary presents an overview of each of the four DBT skills-- distress tolerance, mindfulness, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness--and includes a journal clients can use each day to monitor your successes, chart their progress, and stay on track making productive changes in their lives.

6 x 9 / 168 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-57224-9560 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-9561 US $15.95

Matthew McKay, PhD, is a psychologist and professor at the Wright Institute in Berkeley, CA. In private practice, he specializes in the treatment of anxiety and depression. He is coauthor of more than thirty popular books, including Self-Esteem, The Relaxation and Stress Reduction Workbook, The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook, and Thoughts and Feelings. Jeffrey C. Wood, PsyD, is a psychologist who specializes in cognitive behavioral therapy and biofeedback. He is author of The Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Workbook for Personality Disorders and coauthor of The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook.

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With this diary, readers can: · Learn over twenty techniques to use when feeling overwhelmed · Observe and record progress each day · Find out which coping strategies work best · Discover nutrition and lifestyle changes to feel better

Table of Contents Introduction: Dialectical Behavior Therapy n Chapter 1 Distress Tolerance n Chapter 2 Mindfulness n Chapter 3 Emotion Regulation n Chapter 4 Interpersonal Effectiveness n Conclusion n Diary Table of contents may vary from actual book.

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Using Compassion-Focused Therapy to Overcome Shyness & Social Anxiety

FOREwORD By PAul gIlBERT, PhD

Shyness is a universal human emotion, a blend of fear and interest, and is associated with many positive personality traits: a considerate nature, thoughtfulness, and the ability to be a good listener, to name a few. However, withdrawing from others has its drawbacks, and if clients are very shy, it's likely that they've experienced some of them: loneliness, depression, and self-blaming thoughts that are much harsher than other people's criticism would ever be. The Compassionate-Mind Guide to Building Social Confidence offers a supportive program based in compassion-focused therapy for moving past social anxiety and the self-critical thoughts that propel it. The program in this book helps readers both accept their shyness as part of their personality and challenge their social anxiety when it keeps them from living the lives they want. This book also provides dozens of exercises that will help clients practice mindfulness, imagery, compassionate thinking, and compassionate action--critical skills that will help them develop the ability to overcome shyness and make strides toward complete social confidence.

ThE COmPASSIONATE-mIND guIDE TO BuIlDINg SOCIAl CONFIDENCE

lyNNE hENDERSON, PhD

6 x 9 / 216 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-57224-9765 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-9769 US $17.95

Lynne Henderson, PhD, is a clinical psychologist, founder of the Social Fitness Center, and founder and codirector, with Phillip Zimbardo, of the Shyness Institute in Berkeley, CA. Foreword writer Paul Gilbert, PhD, is a professor at the University of Derby in the United Kingdom, director of the mental health research unit at Derbyshire Mental Health Trust.

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Table of Contents Chapter 1 Understanding Shyness n Chapter 2 The Way We Are: Shyness and How We've Evolved n Chapter 3 Developing Your Compassionate Mind n Chapter 4 Switching Our Minds to Kindness and Compassion n Chapter 5 Compassionate Mind Training Using Imagery n Chapter 6 Developing Compassionate Ways of Thinking n Chapter 7 Taking Compassionate Thinking Further n Chapter 8 Compassionate Behavior n Chapter 9 Putting It All Together n Appendixes 1 The Estimations of Others Scale 2 The Henderson/Zimbardo Shyness Questionnaire 3 Thinking Patterns in Painful Shyness 4 Self-Critical Thoughts and Fears 5 Compassionate Alternative Thoughts 6 Compassionate Self-Correction n Useful Books and CDs n Helpful Organizations and Websites Table of contents may vary from actual book.

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Using Compassion-Focused Therapy to Overcome Bingeing & Disordered Eating

ThE COmPASSIONATE-mIND guIDE TO ENDINg OvEREATINg

KEN gOSS, DClINPSy

FOREwORD By PAul gIlBERT, PhD 8 x 10 / 232 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-57224-9773 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-9776 US $24.95

Ken Goss, DClinPsy, is a consultant clinical psychologist and head of Coventry Eating Disorders in the United Kingdom. He has pioneered the use of compassion-focused therapy for the treatment of eating disorders. Foreword writer Paul Gilbert, PhD, is a professor at the University of Derby in the United Kingdom, director of the Mental Health Research Unit at Derbyshire Mental Health Trust.

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When people have a stressful day, they may find themselves snacking or overeating at dinner to make themselves feel better. The ritual of eating may be so calming, they can't stop--and the guilt and self-criticism they feel can lead them to overeat even more the next day. Replacing these negative feelings with self-compassion can interrupt the overeating cycle so that your clients can meet your emotional needs without resorting to overeating.

The Compassionate Mind Guide to Ending Overeating presents an evidence-based program designed to help readers grow a deep and abiding love for their bodies and health that transcends their emotional connection with food. As they work through the worksheets and evaluations in this book, they'll discover the specific reasons for their overeating, find out which foods trigger them to overeat, and then develop satisfying meal plans for getting their eating back on track. They will also build compassionate-mind skills for dealing with stress, self-criticism, and shame, and establish a balanced eating pattern that will free them from the overeating cycle.

Table of Contents Introduction n Chapter 1 Understanding Your Relationship with Food n Chapter 2 Making Sense of Overeating, Part 1: How Your Body Works n Chapter 3 Making Sense of Overeating, Part 2: Eating and Your Feelings n Chapter 4 The Compassionate Mind n Chapter 5 Preparing Your Mind for Compassion n Chapter 6 Developing the Skill of Self-Compassion n Chapter 7 Why Do We Overeat? A Compassionate Approach n Chapter 8 Understanding Your Current Eating Pattern n Chapter 9 How Does Your Overeating Work Now? n Chapter 10 Motivating Yourself to Change n Chapter 11 Determining What Your Body Needs n Chapter 12 Toward a New Way of Eating: The First Steps n Chapter 13 Toward a New Way of Eating: The Final Steps n Chapter 14 Compassionate Letter Writing n Chapter 15 A Compassionate Focus on Eating: Final Thoughts n Useful Resources Table of contents may vary from actual book.

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A Guide to Breaking Free from Bulimia Using Acceptance & Commitment Therapy

ThE mINDFulNESS & ACCEPTANCE wORKBOOK FOR BulImIA

EmIly K. SANDOZ, PhD, KElly g. wIlSON, PhD & TROy DuFRENE

8 x 10 / 224 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-57224-7355 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-7352 US $21.95

Emily K. Sandoz, PhD, is assistant professor of psychology at University of Louisiana at Lafayette. She is a clinical psychologist and behavior analyst who specializes in treating clients using acceptance and commitment therapy. Kelly G. Wilson, PhD, is associate professor of psychology at the University of Mississippi. Troy DuFrene is a writer in the San Francisco Bay Area who specializes in psychology.

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The approach to moving beyond bulimia in The Mindfulness and Acceptance Workbook for Bulimia is different than other treatments. Instead of encouraging bulimia sufferers to avoid or fight against the conflicted feelings they have about food and their bodies, this workbook invites them to welcome and accept their deepest fears, learn to live with them, and put the things that are really important in their lives first. Easier said than done? Definitely. But with this plan based in acceptance and commitment therapy, a proven-effective therapeutic solution to bulimia and other conditions, clients will develop the powerful psychological skills they need to move past bulimia and toward a more fulfilling way of life. Includes a CD with worksheets and guided audio meditations. The worksheets, exercises, and questionnaires in this book will help clients: · Determine the risks of continuing the bulimia cycle · Identify the experiences and relationships that matter to them most · Practice present-moment awareness · Learn to accept thoughts, feelings, and experiences as they come · Recommit to living according to their deepest values

Table of Contents Introduction Finding Hope n Chapter 1 Some Things You Should Know About How We Eat and How We See Ourselves n Chapter 2 A Different Way of Doing Things n Chapter 3 Right Here, Right Now: Learning to Be n Chapter 4 Where It All Takes Place: Noticing Self-as-Context n Chapter 5 A Great Big World: Looking Past Your Thoughts n Chapter 6 Embracing Experience: Learning Acceptance n Chapter 7 Getting Flexible: Finding Opportunities for Valued Living in Everyday Life n Chapter 8 One Step at a Time: Choosing Committed Action Table of contents may vary from actual book.

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Letting Go of Your Fear of Illness

OvERCOmINg hEAlTh ANxIETy

KAThERINE m. B. OwENS, PhD, & mARTIN m. ANTONy, PhD

Health anxiety causes no end of worry and turmoil for sufferers and the medical professionals and family members who care for them. What's more, health anxiety places a serious psychological and financial burden on the sufferers themselves, who exhibit symptoms such as bodily checking, anxiety about bacteria, selective attention to physical sensations, preoccupation with wellness, excessive use of vitamins, and over-exercising--symptoms that actually put these individuals at increased risk of illness. Most individuals with health anxiety feel misunderstood and have been repeatedly told by impatient friends, family members, and medical professionals to simply "get over it," with no guidance on how to do so. Some have legitimate concerns about their health, but have become overwhelmed by their diagnoses and are unable to enjoy life without dwelling on the health challenges they face. Overcoming Health Anxiety presents a compassionate cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) approach to identifying and challenging the illnessrelated thoughts that dominate the lives of those with health anxiety. CBT is proven effective for the treatment of anxiety and can drastically reduce health anxiety symptoms in a matter of weeks. The book starts by increasing readers' motivation for change and gradually helps them come to terms with feelings of uncertainty and fear, rebuild relationships with their medical professionals, and fearlessly enjoy happy, healthy lifestyles.

Table of Contents Introduction n Chapter 1 Understanding Health Anxiety n Chapter 2 Investment In Change n Chapter 3 Identifying and Changing Anxious Thinking n Chapter 4 Identifying and Changing Anxious Behaviors n Chapter 5 The Effect of Health Anxiety on Your Relationships n Chapter 6 Strategies for Dealing with Stress n Chapter 7 Medications for Health Anxiety n Resources Table of contents may vary from actual book.

6 x 9 / 176 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-57224-8386 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-8380 US $16.95

Katherine M. B. Owens, PhD, is adjunct professor at the University of Regina and a clinical lecturer at the University of Saskatchewan in Canada. Clinically, Owens serves as a senior psychologist at a community mental health clinic and a private practice therapist. Martin M. Antony, PhD, is professor and director of graduate training at Ryerson University in Toronto. He is also director of research at the Anxiety Treatment and Research Centre at St. Joseph's Healthcare, Hamilton, Ontario.

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How the Foods You Eat Can Help You Calm Your Anxious Mind, Improve Your Mood & End Cravings

ThE ANTIANxIETy FOOD SOluTION

TRuDy SCOTT, CN

FOREwORD By JAmES lAKE, mD

It's remarkable how much the foods we eat can impact our brain chemistry and emotions. What and when we eat can make the difference between feeling anxious and staying calm and in control. But most of people with anxiety don't realize how much their diets influence their moods, thoughts, and feelings until they make a change. In The Antianxiety Food Solution, your clients with anxiety will find four unique antianxiety diets designed to help them address nutritional deficiencies that may be at the root of their anxiety and enjoy the many foods that foster increased emotional balance. This easy-to-use guide helps readers choose the best plan for them and incorporates effective anxiety-busting foods and nutrients. Your clients will soon be on the path to freeing themselves from anxiety and enjoying an improved overall mood, better sleep, fewer cravings, and optimal health.

6 x 9 / 192 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-57224-9250 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-9257 US $17.95

Trudy Scott, CN, has a nutrition practice that focuses on food, mood, and women's health. She is president of the National Association of Nutrition Professionals. Foreword writer James Lake, MD, is president of the International Network of Integrative Mental Health and author of the Textbook of Integrative Mental Health Care.

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"[This book] fills an important gap in the popular literature on anxiety. It provides clear, helpful guidelines for utilizing nutrition to overcome anxiety."

--Edmund Bourne, PhD, author of The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook

Table of Contents Introduction n Chapter 1 Figure Out Your Optimum Antianxiety Diet n Chapter 2 Avoid Sugar and Control Blood Sugar Swings n Chapter 3 Avoid Caffeine, Alcohol, and Nicotine n Chapter 4 Address Problems with Gluten and Other Food Sensitivities n Chapter 5 Improve Your Digestion n Chapter 6 Balance Brain Chemistry with Amino Acids n Chapter 7 Address Pyroluria or Low Levels of Zinc and Vitamin B6 n Chapter 8 Other Nutrients, Hormone Imbalances, Toxins, Medications, and Lifestyle Changes n Appendix 1: Sue's Story n Appendix 2: Food, Mood, Energy, Cravings, and Sleep Log n Resources n Internet Resources for Healthy Eating and Living n Lab Tests n Recommended Reading Table of contents may vary from actual book.

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Deciding on Bariatric Surgery, Preparing for the Procedure & Changing Habits for Post-Surgery Success

FOREwORD By ARNOlD D. SAlZBERg, mD 8 x 10 / 208 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-57224-8998 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-8991 US $24.95

ThE wEIghT lOSS SuRgERy wORKBOOK

DOREEN A. SAmElSON, EDD, mSCP

If your clients have been stuck in an ongoing struggle with obesity, their dreams for life after bariatric surgery may be as simple as being able to sit in a seat at a movie theater or going for a walk outside. Chances are, along with those dreams, they also have lingering questions and concerns about the bariatric surgery process. If they're seeking honest answers, The Weight Loss Surgery Workbook can help. This workbook will guide your clients every step of the way as they prepare to make a smooth transition into post-surgery life. Written by a medical psychologist who has counseled many clients through weight loss surgery, it offers skills from cognitive behavioral therapy to help clients make the critical pre-surgery lifestyle changes and adjustments to their eating and exercise habits that will enable them to maintain the best results after the procedure.

Table of Contents Introduction n Part 1 Making the Decision n Chapter 1 Weight Loss Surgery Costs and Benefits n Chapter 2 Not All Weight Loss Surgeries Are Created Equal n Chapter 3 Weight Loss Surgery for Special Groups n Chapter 4 Is Weight Loss Surgery the Right Tool for You? n Part 2 Preparing for Success by Taking Action n Chapter 5 Developing an Exercise Program n Chapter 6 Evaluating Problem-Eating Behaviors n Chapter 7 Normalizing Your Eating Habits n Chapter 8 Developing Cognitive Restraint of Eating n Chapter 9 Controlling Emotional Eating n Chapter 10 Mobilizing Your Social Support n Chapter 11 Meeting with Your Weight Loss Surgery Team n Chapter 12 Undergoing Surgery n Part 3 Life After Weight Loss Surgery n Chapter 13 Willingness: Caring for Your Postsurgery Digestive System n Chapter 14 Life Without Bread: Mindful Eating for the Rest of Your Life n Chapter 15 Improving Your Body Image with ACCEPT n Chapter 16 Solutions for Inadequate Weight Loss and Weight Regain n Chapter 17 What Next? Building a New Life n Resources Table of contents may vary from actual book.

Doreen A. Samelson, EdD, MSCP, is a medical psychologist specializing in weight loss surgery and the treatment of eating disorders. Foreword writer Arnold D. Salzberg, MD, is a member of the surgical faculty at the University of California, San Francisco.

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How to Restore Hormonal Balance & Feel Renewed, Energized & Stress Free

OvERCOmINg ADRENAl FATIguE

KAThRyN R. SImPSON, mS

The adrenal glands play a key role in helping us control stress and maintain energy throughout the day. When these small but important glands malfunction, your clients may start to notice the telltale signs of adrenal fatigue. Decreased energy, weight gain, mood changes, inability to handle stress, and a weakened immune system are just a few of the symptoms of adrenal imbalance. It can slow us down, interfere with our overall sense of wellness, and even make us feel depressed. If you suspect that adrenal imbalance is causing symptoms for your clients, this book will help them figure out what's going wrong and partner with their health care providers to find solutions. In Overcoming Adrenal Fatigue, clear self-evaluations and treatment guidelines empower readers to take charge of their adrenal health through nutrition, vitamins, herbs, bioidentical adrenal hormone supplementation, and self-care practices. This complete guide to optimizing adrenal health will give your clients the tools they'll need to get their symptoms under control and regain the energy to enjoy an active lifestyle.

8 x 10 / 176 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-57224-9528 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-9523 US $21.95

Kathryn R. Simpson, MS, is founder of a specialty hormone clinic and Cerulean Pharmaceutical, a company focused on research and development of therapies for endocrine-related disorders.

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"As a clinician who has worked with adrenally fatigued patients for more than fifteen years, this is the book I have been waiting for! This is a concise, practical guide for truly healing the adrenal glands."

--Robin Marzi, RD, nutritional consultant

Table of Contents Introduction n Chapter 1 The Miraculous Adrenal Glands n Chapter 2 Adrenal Overdrive and Excessive Levels of Adrenal Hormones n Chapter 3 Adrenal Fatigue and Deficient Levels of Adrenal Hormones n Chapter 4 Testing Adrenal Function n Chapter 5 Restoring Adrenal Health Naturally n Chapter 6 Understanding the Relationship Between the Adrenals and the Thyroid n Chapter 7 Eating for Adrenal Health n Chapter 8 Managing Stress n Conclusion n Resources Table of contents may vary from actual book.

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Protecting Yourself While Divorcing Someone with Borderline or Narcissistic Personality Disorder

SPlITTINg

BIll EDDy, lCSw, JD, & RANDI KREgER

People with borderline personality disorder (BPD), narcissistic personality disorder (NPD), or simply a high-conflict, manipulative personality may adopt physical and verbal abuse as strategies, lie to lawyers and judges, manipulate the court, and may even level charges of abuse in order to get their way. Because persuasive blamers are so convincing and even charming, these techniques work surprisingly well and often result in unfair rulings.

Splitting is a legal and psychological guide-book that everyone seeking a divorce from a persuasive blamer should own. Written by Bill Eddy, a family lawyer, divorce mediator, and experienced social worker, and Randi Kreger, BPD expert and author of Stop Walking on Eggshells, it offers readers help for navigating the entire process of divorce: hiring and managing a divorce lawyer, reaching a reasonable settlement, protecting oneself and one's children from emotional and/or physical abuse from the former spouse, resisting false accusations, and getting enforceable court orders.

Table of Contents Introduction n Quick-Start Guide n Part 1 Preparing for a Difficult Divorce n Chapter 1 Preparing Yourself n Chapter 2 Understanding Borderline and Narcissistic Personalities n Chapter 3 Blamers and Targets: It's All Your Fault! n Chapter 4 Managing a Blamer with an Assertive Approach n Chapter 5 Preparing for a Court Battle with a Blamer n Part 2 Succeeding in Family Court n Chapter 6 Today's Divorce Court Culture n Chapter 7 Hiring a Lawyer Who Understands n Chapter 8 Working with Your Lawyer to Handle Predictable Crises n Chapter 9 Gathering Evidence About Your Blamer's Private Persona n Chapter 10 Working with Experts and Evaluators n Chapter 11 What to Expect from the Blamer's Attorney n Chapter 12 What to Expect at a Hearing or Trial with a Blamer n Part 3 Succeeding Out of Court n Chapter 13 Considering Alternatives to Litigation with a Blamer n Chapter 14 Managing the Rocky Postdivorce Relationship n Chapter 15 Conclusion n Appendix Open Letters to Professionals, and Family and Friends n Resources Table of contents may vary from actual book.

6 x 9 / 224 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-60882-0254 ISBN-13: 978-1-60882-0252 US $17.95

Bill Eddy, LCSW, JD, has been a family lawyer for over eighteen years and a therapist for over twelve years. He is senior family mediator at the National Conflict Resolution Center in San Diego, CA, and the president of the High Conflict Institute in Scottsdale, AZ. Randi Kreger owns and maintains www. bpdcentral.com, one of the largest and most popular websites about borderline personality disorder (BPD). She is author of Stop Walking on Eggshells.

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How to Rediscover Love, Trust & Fulfillment in your Relationship

whEN lOvE STumBlES

RANDI guNThER, PhD

Falling in love is easy. Staying deeply committed to a relationship, even when love stumbles, is the greater challenge. Eight major stumbling blocks can cause even the most passionate couples to drift apart--and most couples have brushed up against at least a few of these. When Love Stumbles offers a plan for reversing problematic relationship patterns by making simple changes to everyday habits. Readers will find that these small but important steps will help their relationships find their footing once again. Remove the eight major stumbling blocks: · End disillusionment and find fulfillment · Banish boredom by adding excitement to the relationship · Turn destructive conflicts into constructive challenges · Shift focus from self-preservation to putting the partner first · Stop struggling solo and start operating as a team · Go from feeling on trial to feeling unconditionally loved · Instead of pursuing outside interests, recommit to each other · Different dreams? Find common ground in new mutual goals

Table of Contents Introduction n Chapter 1 Discovering the Stumbles n Chapter 2 The Healing Plan n Chapter 3 From Fulfillment to Disillusionment n Chapter 4 From Excitement to Boredom n Chapter 5 From Constructive Challenges to Destructive Conflicts n Chapter 6 From Sacrificing for Your Partner to Self-Preservation n Chapter 7 From Being a Team to Operating Solo n Chapter 8 From Feeling Unconditionally Loved to Being on Trial n Chapter 9 From Focusing on the Relationship to Pursuing Outside Interests n Chapter 10 From Common Goals to Different Dreams n Chapter 11 Creating a Stumble-Proof Future n Suggested Reading Table of contents may vary from actual book.

6 x 9 / 216 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-57224-9935 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-9936 US $17.95

Randi Gunther, PhD, is a clinical psychologist and marriage counselor in Lomita, CA, who has spent the last forty years helping individuals and couples realize their dreams.

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A Manual for Treating Childhood Anxiety

mINDFulNESS-BASED COgNITIvE ThERAPy FOR ANxIOuS ChIlDREN

RANDyE J. SEmPlE, PhD, & JENNIFER lEE, PhD

6 x 9 / 264 pages / 2011 hardcover ISBN-10: 1-57224-7193 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-7192 US $49.95

Randye J. Semple, PhD, is an assistant professor of clinical psychiatry at the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California. Her research focuses on the development and integration of mindfulness-based interventions in psychiatric clinical care. Jennifer Lee, PhD, is a clinical psychologist in private practice specializing in mindfulnessbased treatments for mood and anxiety disorders. She also serves as adjunct instructor at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY, where she teaches graduate students in mental health counseling.

Because more than one in ten children has a diagnosable anxiety disorder, it is essential that therapists who treat children and adolescents have an arsenal of effective techniques for helping young people manage the overwhelming sensations of anxiety before these symptoms develop into lifelong issues. Developed by mindfulness researchers Randye Semple and Jennifer Lee, the program in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Anxious Children can be used in group or individual therapy to help children and adolescents become more aware of the sensations of anxiety and notice how anxiety affects their behavior. This complete guide to conducting mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for children (MBCTC) for anxiety includes fun and age-appropriate experiential mindfulness awareness exercises therapists can use with anxious children and teens. It includes a full introduction to the theoretical basis and research support for the MBCT-C model and includes sample session dialogues and suggestions for procedural variations for working with children of varying ages, anxiety levels, and types of anxiety. The included CD contains guided mindfulness exercises and printable handouts for each session.

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Table of Contents Introduction n Part 1 A Mindfulness-Based Approach to Treating Childhood Anxiety n Chapter 1 Dancing Between Two Worlds: Buddhist Psychology and Cognitive Psychology n Chapter 2 Understanding the Problem of Anxiety n Chapter 3 Different Paradigms and Different Goals n Chapter 4 Adapting MindfulnessBased Cognitive Therapy for Children n Part 2 Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Children n Chapter 5 Overview of the Twelve-Session Program n Chapter 6 Introducing a New Way of Being in the World n Chapter 7 Who Am I and Why Am I Doing This? n Chapter 8 Mindfulness to Your Taste n Chapter 9 Sound Experiences n Chapter 10 Seeing Clearly n Chapter 11 Being Touched by Mindfulness n Chapter 12 Making Sense of Scents n Chapter 13 Mindfulness as a Way of Life n Part 3 MBCT-C in Perspective n Chapter 14 The Past and Future of MBCT-C n Epilogue n Appendix A: Information and Resources n Appendix B: Contents for Mindfulness in Everyday Life n Appendix C: Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Anxious Children: A Manual for Treating Table of contents may vary from actual book. Childhood Anxiety n Appendix D: Program Evaluations

10 Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Practices to Help Your Child Manage Stress & Build Essential Life Skills

PARENTINg yOuR STRESSED ChIlD

mIChEllE l. BAIlEy, mD, FAAP

6 x 9 / 224 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-57224-979X ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-9790 US $16.95

Michelle L. Bailey, MD, FAAP, is a pediatrician who teaches mindfulness-based stress reduction skills to children in Duke Children's Healthy Lifestyles program. She directs educational programs for medical professionals, residents, and students at Duke Integrative Medicine in Durham, NC.

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Kids may have fewer responsibilities than mom and dad, but childhood can still be one of the most stressful periods in life. The stresses of school, extracurricular activities, and even day-to-day family living can make kids feel overwhelmed and distracted. To make matters worse, children have very little control over the events in their lives, and haven't had as much practice managing stress as adults. In Parenting Your Stressed Child, parents will learn a variety of simple and effective mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) skills that they can teach their children to help them stay resilient and calm in the face of stress. This guide includes breathing exercises, progressive muscle relaxation practices, and visualization and loving-kindness meditations parents and children can do together to handle the ups and downs of everyday life. By modeling these skills and incorporating them into their own lives, parents can help their children learn the art of resilience, a skill that will stay with them for a lifetime.

--Kathi Kemper, MD, MPH, FAAP, author of Mental Health Naturally and The Holistic Pediatrician

Table of Contents Part I, Introduction n Chapter 1 Understanding Stress and the Mind-Body Connection n Chapter 2 Increasing Awareness with Mindfulness n Part II, Chapter 3 Awareness of Breathing n Chapter 4 Relaxation Breathing n Chapter 5 Mindful Walking n Chapter 6 Mindful Movement with Yoga n Chapter 7 Mindful Eating n Chapter 8 Progressive Muscle Relaxation n Chapter 9 Visualization n Chapter 10 A Mindful Mind n Chapter 11 Loving-Kindness n Chapter 12 The Art of Appreciation n Part III, Chapter 13 Integrating the Ten Mindful Practices into Daily Life n Resources Table of contents may vary from actual book.

"Easy-to-read, practical tips tested through personal experience and illustrated with inspiring stories."

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Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills for Helping You Manage Mood Swings, Control Angry Outbursts & Get Along with Others

DON'T lET yOuR EmOTIONS RuN yOuR lIFE FOR TEENS

ShERI vAN DIJK, mSw

Life gives teens plenty of reasons to get angry, sad, scared, and frustrated--and those feelings are okay. But sometimes it can feel like emotions are taking over, spinning out of control with a mind of their own. To make matters worse, these overwhelming emotions might be interfering with school, causing trouble in relationships, and preventing teens from living happier lives.

Don't Let Your Emotions Run Your Life for Teens is a workbook that can help. In this book, teen readers will find new ways of managing their feelings so that they'll be ready to handle anything life sends their way. Based in dialectical behavior therapy, this workbook helps young readers learn the skills they need to ride the ups and downs of life with grace and confidence.

8 x 10 / 160 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-57224-8831 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-8830 US $16.95

Sheri Van Dijk, MSW, is a mental health therapist in private practice and at Southlake Regional Health Centre in Newmarket, ON, Canada. She is author of The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook for Bipolar Disorder and coauthor of The Bipolar Workbook for Teens.

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"Strongly recommended for teens whose moods interfere with their ability to enjoy life and relationships. Van Dijk has presented Marsha Linehan's dialectical behavior therapy skills in a manner that is user-friendly and easy to understand."

--Marilyn Becker, MSW, RSW, clinical supervisor at Addiction Services for York Region

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Table of Contents Introduction n Chapter One Mindfulness: Learning Self-Awareness n Chapter Two What You Need To Know About Emotions n Chapter Three Skills To Help You Take Control Of Out-of-Control Emotions n Chapter Four Skills To Help You Reduce Your Painful Emotions n Chapter Five Distract and Soothe Yourself: Skills to help you survive a crisis without making it worse n Chapter Six Increase the Positive: Skills to help improve your mood n Chapter Seven Getting Along With Others: Skills to help you improve relationships n Chapter Eight Putting It All Together n Additional Reading n References Table of contents may vary from actual book.

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Improving Patient Outcomes and Increasing Job Satisfaction

REAl BEhAvIOR ChANgE IN PRImARy CARE

6 x 9 / 264 pages / 2011 hardcover ISBN-10: 1-57224-8327 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-8328 US $59.95

Between repeat patient visits and the frustrating progression of preventable symptoms and conditions, it's no wonder so many medical and behavioral health providers feel burned out and at a loss for effective solutions. Real Behavior Change in Primary Care offers ten-minute interventions that provide your patients with the tools they need to change unworkable and unhealthy behaviors. Each short, yet powerful intervention utilizes empirically supported skills from acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) to help you empower patients to take charge of the psychological blocks that keep them from Read a chapter at http://primary-care.nhpubs.com resolving their health problems.

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PATRICIA J. ROBINSON, PhD, DEBRA A. gOulD, mD, mPh, & KIRK D. STROSAhl, PhD

A Guide to Enhancing Your Clinical Practice with Mindfulness & Meditation

A practical guide as well as an important theoretical work, Psychology Moment by Moment offers methods of measuring and documenting mindfulness in your clients. Some of these measures assess dispositional or trait mindfulness, while others measure state mindfulness. Many of these measures are currently administered only in research settings, and this book provides guidelines for applying these measures in clinical practice. This is an essential resource for every clinician searching for evidence-based mindfulness treatment protocols.

PSyChOlOgy mOmENT By mOmENT

8 x 10 / 184 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-57224-8955 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-8953 US $49.95

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ElISE E. lABBé, PhD

An Introduction to Relational Frame Theory & Its Clinical Application

In the book, author Niklas Törneke presents the building blocks of RFT: language as a particular kind of relating, derived stimulus relations, and transformation of stimulus functions. He then shows how these concepts are essential to understanding acceptance and commitment therapy and other therapeutic models. Learning RFT shows how to use experiential exercises and metaphors in psychological treatment Read a chapter at http://learn-rft.nhpubs.com and explains how they can help your clients.

lEARNINg RFT

6 x 9 / 288 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-9064 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-9066 US $49.95

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NIKlAS TöRNEKE, mD FOREwORD By DERmOT BARNES-hOlmES, PhD AFTERwORD By STEvEN C. hAyES, PhD

acceptance & commitment therapy

An Easy-To-Read Primer on Acceptance & Commitment Therapy

A practical and entertaining primer, ideal for ACT newcomers and experienced ACT professionals alike, ACT Made Simple offers clear explanations of the six ACT processes and a set of real-world tips and solutions for rapidly and effectively implementing them in your practice. Reading this book is all the training you need to begin using ACT techniques with your clients for impressive results.

ACT mADE SImPlE

8 x 10 / 280 pages / 2009 ISBN-10: 1-57224-7053 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-7055 US $39.95

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RuSS hARRIS · FOREwORD By STEvEN C. hAyES, PhD

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Case Conceptualization in Acceptance & Commitment Therapy

More than just a set of techniques that shapes a particular client's treatment, a psycho-therapeutic model acts like a lens through which a therapist looks at both individual cases and psychology in general. Case conceptualization guides help therapists learn how to see through the lens of a particular model. They show professionals how to take a collection of theories and actually put them into practice. This book performs this useful function, for the very first time, for acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), a popular new treatment model.

ACT IN PRACTICE

PATRICIA A. BACh, PhD, & DANIEl J. mORAN, PhD, BCBA FOREwORD By STEvEN C. hAyES, PhD

7 x 10 / 352 pages / 2008 hardcover ISBN-10: 1-57224-478X ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-4788 US $59.95

An Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Skills-Training Manual for Therapists

lEARNINg ACT

This important book describes the six core therapeutic processes of ACT, outlining the theoretical background that sets the stage for the rest of the book. Then it outlines a process for case conceptualization from an ACT perspective and gives readers an opportunity to practice conceptualizing cases. Readers learn the ACT approach to establishing effective and powerful therapeutic relationship skills. The remainder of the book explores each of the six core processes in detail.

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JASON B. luOmA, PhD, STEvEN C. hAyES, PhD, & ROByN D. wAlSER, PhD

Copublished with Context Press

8.5 x 11 / 320 pages / 2007 paperback + DVD ISBN-10: 1-57224-4984 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-4986 US $44.95

The New Acceptance & Commitment Therapy

gET OuT OF yOuR mIND & INTO yOuR lIFE

This book offers a five-step plan for coping with painful emotions such as anxiety and depression. It teaches readers life-enhancing behavior strategies that work to further the goals they value most. Readers learn to engage with painful thoughts and feelings through step-bystep acceptance and mindfulness-based techniques. They find out how to let go of control, and develop compassion and flexibility. Once present, engaged, and aware, readers begin to build new lives for themselves filled with significance and meaning. This book is not about overcoming pain or fighting emotions; it's about embracing life and feeling everything it has to offer.

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STEvEN C. hAyES, PhD, with SPENCER SmITh

8.5 x 11 / 224 pages / 2005 ISBN-10: 1-57224-4259 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-4252 US $21.95

Facing the Struggle: ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-5273 Control & Acceptance: ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-5280 Cognitive Defusion: ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-5297 Mindfulness, Self & Contact with the Present Moment: ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-5303 Values & Action: ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-5310 Psychological Flexibility: ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-5327

ACT IN ACTION DvDs

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STEvEN C. hAyES, PhD

Featuring cofounder of Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) Steven C. Hayes, PhD the ACT in Action series lets you observe the core processes of ACT as it is practiced in a clinical setting. These professional training DVDs will guide you through introducing a client to the ACT approach and main phases of the therapy.

DVD / 2007 ISBN-10: 1-57224-576X ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-5761 Set of six DVDs: US $349.95 Each: US $59.95

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Illuminating the Theory and Practice of Change

6 x 9 / 320 pages / 2010 hardcover ISBN-10: 1-57224-6944 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-6942 US $58.95

ASSESSINg mINDFulNESS & ACCEPTANCE PROCESSES IN ClIENTS

In this book, contributors assess the variables that represent potential processes of change, such as mindfulness and acceptance, and determine the importance of each of these processes to enhance psychological functioning. This seminal contribution to the existing professional literature on mindfulness-based treatments will be of interest to clinicians, students, and researchers interested in learning more about the function of mindfulness and acceptance-based therapeutic approaches.

EDITED By RuTh A. BAER, PhD

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Behavioral Principles for the Practicing Clinician

ThE ABCs OF humAN BEhAvIOR

7 x 10 / 240 pages / 2008 hardcover ISBN-10: 1-57224-5387 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-5389 US $49.95

The ABCs of Human Behavior is the first book to present modern behavioral psychology to practicing clinicians. The book focuses both on the classical principles of learning, as well as the more recent developments that help explain language and cognition. These principles are not just discussed in the abstract--rather the book shows how the principles of learning apply in a clinical context. Practical and easy to read, the book walks you through both common sense and clinical examples that will help you use behavioral principles to observe, explain, and influence behavior in a therapeutic setting.

JONAS RAmNERö, PhD, & NIKlAS TöRNEKE, mD

cognitive behavioral therapy A New Harbinger Classic

8 x 10 / 320 pages / 2007 ISBN-10: 1-57224-5107 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-5105 US $24.95

Taking Control of Your Moods & Your Life

ThOughTS & FEElINgS, ThIRD EDITION

This is the most complete and useful guide to cognitive behavioral techniques ever written-- and the only client manual you'll ever need. Covered techniques include identifying automatic thoughts, changing patterns of limited thinking, combating hot thoughts, flooding, thought stopping, stress inoculation, testing core beliefs, covert modeling, and much more.

mATThEw mCKAy, PhD, mARThA DAvIS, PhD, & PATRICK FANNINg

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dialectical behavior therapy

A Practical & Comprehensive Guide

DBT 7 x 10 / 312 pages / 2005 hardcover + CD-ROM ISBN-10: 1-57224-4208 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-4207 US $57.95

DIAlECTICAl BEhAvIOR ThERAPy IN PRIvATE PRACTICE

Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) marks a whole new theoretical orientation to the practice of clinical psychology--a rethinking of the causes, descriptions, and treatments of acute mental disorders. Designed to teach professionals how to use this method in a private-practice setting to treat a range of disorders, this book includes a clear and concise presentation of: research-based evidence for the effectiveness of DBT in clinical practice; emotional sensitivity as the single most important factor causing mental health disorders; practical applications of DBT to a number of acute mental disorders; and the breakdown of DBT treatment steps for the privatepractice setting.

ThOmAS mARRA, PhD

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therapeutic methods & modalities

Practical DBT Exercises for Learning Mindfulness, Interpersonal Effectiveness, Emotion Regulation & Distress Tolerance

ThE DIAlECTICAl BEhAvIOR ThERAPy SKIllS wORKBOOK

This book offers straightforward, step-by-step exercises for learning and putting into practice the four core DBT skills: mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, emotion regulation, and distress tolerance. Whether used to support work done in therapy or as a basis for self-help, this workbook presents DBT with unrivaled clarity and effectiveness.

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mATThEw mCKAy, PhD, JEFFREy C. wOOD, PSyD, & JEFFREy BRANTlEy, mD

8 x 10 / 248 pages / 2007 ISBN-10: 1-57224-5131 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-5136 US $22.95

How Dialectical Behavior Therapy Can Put You in Control

DON'T lET yOuR EmOTIONS RuN yOuR lIFE

Dialectical behavior therapy, a blend of cognitive behavioral therapy and ideas from Zen Buddhism and existential philosophy, is a powerful tool for overcoming periods of uncontrolled high emotions. Become less judgmental about yourself when experiencing a "surge" of feeling, and greatly reduce the distress caused by your emotions.

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SCOTT E. SPRADlIN, mA

8.5 x 11 / 216 pages / 2003 ISBN-10: 1-57224-3090 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-3095 US $19.95

A Practitioner's Treatment Guide to Using Mindfulness, Acceptance & Values-Based Behavior Change Strategies

ACCEPTANCE & COmmITmENT ThERAPy FOR ANxIETy DISORDERS

anxiety disorders

general anxiety

7 x 10 / 304 pages / 2005 hardcover + CD-ROM ISBN-10: 1-57224-4275 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-4276 US $59.95

This book adapts the principles of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) into practical, step-by-step clinical methods that therapists can easily integrate into their practices. The book focuses on the broad class of anxiety disorders and includes detailed examples of individual therapy sessions as well as many worksheets and exercises.

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gEORg h. EIFERT. PhD, & JOhN P. FORSyTh, PhD FOREwORD By STEvEN C. hAyES, PhD

The definitive workbook for people suffering with any type of anxiety, The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook has already helped over one million people calm their fears and enjoy lives free from the ceaseless worrisome thoughts characteristic of anxiety disorders. This fifth edition has been thoroughly updated with information on new medications, such as Cymbalta and Pristiq, and new neurobiology research that can help your clients better understand and treat their anxiety. For the first time, this workbook delves into acceptance and commitment therapy and mindfulness meditation, therapeutic approaches which are gaining in popularity among clinicians, researchers, and anxiety sufferers. This edition features a new chapter that addresses specific phobias that clients may have, including fear of flying, fear of public speaking, fear of disease, and fear of heights, Read a chapter at http://anxiety-phobia.nhpubs.com offering strategies for overcoming each one.

ThE ANxIETy & PhOBIA wORKBOOK, FIFTh EDITION

A New Harbinger Classic

8.5 x 11 / 496 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-57224-8912 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-8915 US $24.95

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EDmuND J. BOuRNE, PhD

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anxiety disorders

ThE COgNITIvE BEhAvIORAl wORKBOOK FOR ANxIETy

A Step-by-Step Program

8 x 10 / 264 pages / 2008 ISBN-10: 1-57224-5727 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-5723 US $21.95

This workbook offers a step-by-step program clients can use to end anxiety and get back to living a rich and productive life. Readers will develop a personal plan using techniques from rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT) and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), learn to recognize their anxiety triggers, develop skills to stop anxious thoughts before they get out of control, and stop needless fears from coming back.

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wIllIAm J. KNAuS, EDD FOREwORD By JON CARlSON, PSyD, EDD, ABPP

A Guide to Breaking Free from Anxiety, Phobias & Worry Using Acceptance & Commitment Therapy

8 x 10 / 288 pages / 2008 paperback + CD-ROM ISBN-10: 1-57224-4992 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-4993 US $21.95

This exciting and innovative ACT workbook is the first self-help book to adapt the techniques of ACT into a powerful program readers can use to overcome any of their anxiety disorders. The book includes a CD with audio mindfulness exercises and client worksheets.

ThE mINDFulNESS & ACCEPTANCE wORKBOOK FOR ANxIETy

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JOhN P. FORSyTh, PhD, & gEORg h. EIFERT, PhD

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Letting Go of Anxious & Depressive Thoughts

ThE mINDFul PATh ThROugh wORRy & RumINATION

6 x 9 / 184 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-6871 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-6874 US $16.95

People who worry and ruminate put excessive focus on the past and the future, a tendency which, left unchecked, can lead to mental health problems such as depression and generalized anxiety disorder. The Mindful Path Through Worry and Rumination offers proven strategies to help readers find contentment in the present moment.

SAmEET m. KumAR, PhD

A Guide to Life Liberated from Anxiety

ThINgS mIghT gO TERRIBly, hORRIBly wRONg

6 x 9 / 184 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-7118 ISBN-13: 978-157224-7116 US $16.95

This book presents a series of thinking points and short games clients can do to easily and effectively begin to incorporate acceptance and commitment therapy techniques into their lives. This book is not a full-scale self-help approach for someone with serious anxiety problems, but an easy way for clients who have wrestled with worry, fear, and shyness to put those feelings into perspective and focus instead on what they want to do in life.

KElly g. wIlSON, PhD, & TROy DuFRENE

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anxiety disorders

How Mindfulness & Compassion Can Free You from Anxiety, Fear & Panic

CAlmINg yOuR ANxIOuS mIND, SECOND EDITION

A clear and concise guide to using mindfulness practice as an approach to overcoming anxiety. It helps clients find out how to become more present in life experiences. They learn to develop skills for calming and relaxing the mind and body. By putting the exercises into practice, they find more power to control disruptive feelings in their lives. The resources and techniques in this book foster attitudes that facilitate thought restructuring at a deep and experiential level, which can lead to rapid and lasting relief from anxiety.

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JEFFREy BRANTlEy, mD FOREwORD By JON KABAT-ZINN, PhD

6 x 9 / 248 pages / 2007 ISBN-10: 1-57224-4879 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-4870 US $16.95

A Mindfulness Approach to Letting Go of Perfectionism & the Need for Control

The five-minute exercises in this book help clients practice a new skill drawn from Buddhist psychology for recognizing their ability to change their behavior, tolerating uncertainty, enhancing performance by reducing anxious and perfectionistic feelings, and refraining from judging themselves and others harshly. Clients may work through this book in sequence or simply open the book to any page and find a skills-building exercise to practice that day.

PRESENT PERFECT

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PAvEl SOmOv, PhD

6 x 9 / 208 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-7568 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-7567 US $16.95

Strategies for Coping with Perfectionism

whEN PERFECT ISN'T gOOD ENOugh, SECOND EDITION

In this fully revised and updated second edition of When Perfect Isn't Good Enough, readers discover the root cause of their perfectionism, explore the impact of perfectionism on their lives, and find new, proven-effective coping skills to help them overcome their anxiety about making mistakes. This guide also includes tips for dealing with other perfectionists and discussions about how perfectionism is linked to worry, depression, anger, social anxiety, and body image.

mARTIN m. ANTONy, PhD, & RIChARD P. SwINSON, mD

6 x 9 / 312 pages / 2009 ISBN-10: 1-57224-559X ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-5594 US $17.95

Breaking Free from the Anxiety That Holds You Back

ThE wORRIER'S guIDE TO OvERCOmINg PROCRASTINATION

The Worrier's Guide to Overcoming Procrastination explores the links between procrastination and self-doubt, fear of failure, and perfectionism, and it presents clients with a four-step plan for overcoming the doubts and fears that lead them to put things off. Your clients will learn to set goals, manage their time, and cope with feelings of overstimulation. Through numerous exercises and worksheets designed to teach cognitive therapy techniques, behavioral strategies, and mindfulness skills, clients learn to accept imperfection and uncertainty and work past the behavioral patterns that keep the procrastination cycle going. The book closes with a guide to preventing relapse by seeking support from others and celebrating accomplishments in Read a chapter at http://worrier.nhpubs.com overcoming procrastination.

8 x 10 / 176 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-57224-8718 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-8717 US $19.95

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PAmElA S. wIEgARTZ, PhD, & KEvIN l. gyOERKOE, PSyD

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anxiety disorders

Meditations & Practices for Calming the Body & Mind

Yoga for Anxiety examines the causes of anxiety and helps readers create personal yoga programs designed to heal their symptoms and promote personal growth. The book includes yoga self-healing practices that have been used for centuries to quell anxious feelings and restore mental clarity.

yOgA FOR ANxIETy

6 x 9 / 232 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-6510 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-6515 US $17.95

mARy NuRRIESTEARNS, lCSw, RyT, & RICK NuRRIESTEARNS

social anxiety disorder

How Mindfulness & Compassion Can Help Free You from Social Anxiety, Fear & Avoidance

This guide uses techniques from mindfulness-based stress reduction and cognitive behavioral therapy to help readers cultivate awareness of their own thoughts so that they can act with more wisdom and compassion toward themselves. Over time, clients will be able to free themselves of the old mental habits of self-consciousness and social anxiety.

ThE mINDFul PATh ThROugh ShyNESS

6 x 9 / 208 pages / 2009 ISBN-10: 1-57224-6502 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-6508 US $17.95

STEvE FlOwERS, mFT FOREwORD By JEFFREy BRANTlEy, mD

Proven, Step-by-Step Techniques for Overcoming Your Fear

ThE ShyNESS & SOCIAl ANxIETy wORKBOOK, SECOND EDITION

8 x 10 / 272 pages / 2008 ISBN-10: 1-57224-5530 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-5532 US $21.95

This new edition offers a comprehensive program to help clients suffering from social anxiety find their strengths and weaknesses, explore and examine their fears, create a personalized plan for change, and put that plan into action through gentle and gradual exposure to social situations. Information on additional resources and medications is also included.

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mARTIN m. ANTONy, PhD, & RIChARD P. SwINSON, mD

specific phobias FlyINg wIThOuT FEAR , SECOND EDITION

Effective Strategies to Get You Where You Need to Go

6 x 9 / 184 pages / 2009 ISBN-10: 1-57224-7045 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-7048 US $16.95

Based in cognitive behavioral therapy, the program in this book will prepare readers with aerophobia for every sight, sound, and sensation they will experience in the airport and airplane. This fully revised and updated edition also includes new information about terrorism concerns and airport security measures adopted after 9/11.

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DuANE BROwN, PhD

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anxiety disorders

DIggINg OuT obsessive-compulsive disorder

Helping Your Loved One Manage Clutter, Hoarding , & Compulsive Acquiring

In Digging Out, readers will find a complete guide to helping their loved ones with hoarding problems live safely and comfortably in their own homes or apartments. Included are realistic harm reduction strategies that readers can use to help loved ones manage health and safety hazards, avoid eviction, and make long-term lifestyle changes.

mIChAEl A. TOmPKINS, PhD, & TAmARA l. hARTl, PhD FOREwORD By RANDy O. FROST, PhD, & gAIl STEKETEE, PhD

6 x 9 / 208 pages / 2009 ISBN-10: 1-57224-5948 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-5945 US $17.95

Your Guide to Breaking Free from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Trusted and recommended by therapists, The OCD Workbook offers valuable information and effective, step-by-step advice for breaking the hold this disorder has over your client's life. This revised edition contains new findings on the causes of OCD, including developments in genetic research. It offers information on treatment options like neurosurgery and new medications and a new chapter on day-to-day coping strategies for people with OCD. The new edition includes expanded coverage of related disorders like body dysmorphic disorder, trichotillomania, and skin picking. New information on relapse prevention, OCD in children, and family Read a chapter at http://ocd-workbook.nhpubs.com involvement in OCD round out this important book.

ThE OCD wORKBOOK, ThIRD EDITION

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BRuCE m. hymAN, PhD, lCSw, & ChERRy PEDRICK, RN

8 x 10 / 352 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-9218 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-9219 US $24.95

Help for You & Your Family

lOvINg SOmEONE wITh OCD

This book contains basic information about OCD--its definition, cause, and symptoms-- and a brief overview of treatments available for the disorder. After these introductory sections, the book focuses on ways readers can foster a healthy relationship with someone with OCD. It includes tips for increasing family involvement, making accommodation for the disorder in daily life, and creating an action plan for change using family contracts.

KAREN J. lANDSmAN, PhD, KAThlEEN m. RuPERTuS, mA, mS, & ChERRy PEDRICK, RN · FOREwORD By BRuCE hymAN, PhD

7 x 10 / 184 pages / 2005 ISBN-10: 1-57224-3295 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-3293 US $19.95

A Practitioner's Guide to Using Mindfulness & Acceptance Strategies

ACCEPTANCE & COmmITmENT ThERAPy FOR ThE TREATmENT OF POST-TRAumATIC STRESS DISORDER & TRAumA-RElATED PROBlEmS

ACT

trauma, abuse & PTSD

7 x 10 / 272 pages / 2007 ISBN-10: 1-6088-23334 ISBN-13: 978-1-6088-24726 US $58.95

A major advance in the treatment of trauma, this book gives an overview of trauma and the nature of experiential avoidance--a central problem to the ACT model. It explains and defines the nature of experiential avoidance and ACT solutions to avoidance. Also included is practical, step-by-step advice you can easily integrate into your practice.

ROByN D. wAlSER, PhD, & DARRAh wESTRuP, PhD FOREwORD By STEvEN C. hAyES, PhD

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trauma, abuse & PTSD

A Step-by-Step Manual for Therapists & Counselors

7 x 10 / 344 pages / 2008 hardcover ISBN-10: 1-57224-5573 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-5570 US $49.95

TREATINg PTSD IN BATTERED wOmEN

Based on a new treatment model for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), this manual offers an effective and comprehensive therapy targeting symptoms of PTSD in battered women. This innovative intervention pioneered by Dr. Kubany is called cognitive trauma therapy (CTT). CTT involves modules including trauma history exploration, negative self-talk monitoring, stress management, and PTSD education.

EDwARD S. KuBANy, PhD, ABPP, & TylER C. RAlSTON, PSyD

A Step-by-Step Program for Overcoming Sleep Problems After Trauma

ThE POST-TRAumATIC INSOmNIA wORKBOOK

8 x 10 / 200 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-8939 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-8939 US $21.95

This workbook is based in cognitive behavioral therapy, a powerful approach that has been proven to be more effective over the long run than sleeping pills. Included are easy tips and techniques clients can start doing right away to help them sleep better. They'll learn a variety of relaxation and sleep-scheduling skills that will help them put an end to broken sleep, the need to stay on high alert throughout the night, and sleep-sabotaging habits they may have developed. Find the root cause of your clients' restRead a chapter at less nights and help them rediscover peaceful sleep. http://pt-insomnia.nhpubs.com

KARIN ElORRIAgA ThOmPSON, PhD, & C. lAuREl FRANKlIN, PhD

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A 10-Week Program for Healing After Trauma

mIND-BODy wORKBOOK FOR PTSD

8 x 10 / 248 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-9234 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-9233 US $21.95

The Mind-Body Workbook for PTSD presents a healing ten-week program that helps PTSD sufferers train their minds to focus on their bodies without distraction. Using this method, your clients can short-circuit painful memories and symptoms of PTSD. This workbook teaches mind-body techniques drawn from biofeedback, progressive muscle relaxation, autogenic training, meditation, cognitive behavioral therapy, and hypnosis. These techniques, taught through short, simple mindfulness writing exercises, will help your clients bring forward traumatic thoughts and flashbacks and come to terms with rumination and stress.

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STANlEy h. BlOCK, mD, & CAROlyN BRyANT BlOCK

mood disorders

depression

ACT 7 x 10 / 336 pages / 2007 hardcover ISBN-10: 1-57224-5093 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-21266 US $49.95

A Clinician's Guide to Using Acceptance & Commitment Therapy in Treating Depression

This research-proven program introduces therapists to the ACT model on theoretical and case-conceptual levels. Then it delves into the specifics of structuring interventions for clients with depression, using the ACT method of acceptance and values-based behavior change. Written by one of the pioneering researchers into the effectiveness of ACT for the treatment of depression, this book is a much-needed professional resource for the tens of thousands of therapists who are becoming ever more interested in ACT.

ACT FOR DEPRESSION

ROBERT D. ZETTlE, PhD

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mood disorders

DEPRESSION 101

A Practical Guide to Treatments, Self-Help Strategies & Preventing Relapse

There are plenty of depression books on the market, but none of them distill critical information about cognitive skills, lifestyle changes, medications, social skills, and relapse prevention into this small and potent of a package. In less than 200 pages, Depression 101 presents readers with everything they need to know to begin treatment and overcome the disorder.

JOhN D. PRESTON, PSyD, ABPP, & mElISSA KIRK

5 x 7 / 152 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-691X ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-6911 US $16.95

Using Acceptance & Commitment Therapy to Move Through Depression & Create a Life Worth Living

ThE mINDFulNESS & ACCEPTANCE wORKBOOK FOR DEPRESSION

ACT

From Kirk Strosahl, cofounder of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), this book offers a powerful new treatment plan for depression. Clients will learn, step-by-step, how to stop the cycle of depression by focusing on activities that bring fulfillment and meaning to their lives.

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KIRK D. STROSAhl, PhD, & PATRICIA J. ROBINSON, PhD FOREwORD By STEvEN C. hAyES, PhD

8 x 10 / 320 pages / 2008 ISBN-10: 1-57224-5484 ISBN: 978-57224-5488 US $24.95

Also see, The Mindfulness & Acceptance Workbook for Anxiety on page 16

Written by a clinical psychologist specializing in postpartum depression, After the Stork clearly explains this often misunderstood condition and offers a revolutionary approach to stopping depression in its tracks. Clients will discover powerful tools for addressing the sleep deprivation, financial tensions, and stress that can cause depression to take hold, and finally be able to make more room for experiencing the joy of welcomRead a chapter at http://stork.nhpubs.com ing a new child into their life.

The Couple's Guide to Preventing & Overcoming Postpartum Depression

AFTER ThE STORK

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SARA ROSENQuIST, PhD · FOREwORD By mIChAEl D. yAPKO, PhD

6 x 9 / 272 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-8637 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-8632 US $18.95

bipolar disorder ThE DIAlECTICAl BEhAvIOR ThERAPy SKIllS wORKBOOK FOR BIPOlAR DISORDER

Using DBT to Regain Control of Your Emotions & Your Life

This workbook provides readers with dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) skills such as mindfulness, emotion regulation, and radical acceptance to help them move away from the destructive behaviors that often accompany bipolar disorder. The book also includes helpful information for friends, family, and caregivers.

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ShERI vAN DIJK, mSw · FOREwORD By ZINDEl v. SEgAl, PhD

8 x 10 / 240 pages / 2009 ISBN-10: 1-57224-6286 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-6287 US $21.95

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childhood & adolescent problems

ACT DBT

A Practitioner's Guide

ACCEPTANCE & mINDFulNESS TREATmENTS FOR ChIlDREN & ADOlESCENTS

7 x 10 / 312 pages / 2008 hardcover ISBN-10: 1-87897-5417 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-5419 US $59.95

Edited by two luminaries in the field of third-wave behavior therapy, these essays will be invaluable in helping young patients reap the benefits of acceptance and mindfulness approaches such as acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT), and mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR).

Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com Copublished with Context Press

EDITED By lAuRIE A. gRECO, PhD, & STEvEN C. hAyES, PhD

anger problems

Activities to Help You Deal with Anger & Frustration

ThE ANgER wORKBOOK FOR TEENS

8 x 10 / 144 pages / 2009 ISBN-10: 1-57224-6995 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-6997 US $15.95

This book includes thirty-seven exercises designed to show readers effective skills to help them deal with feelings of rage without losing it. By completing just one ten-minute worksheet a day, readers will find out what's triggering their anger, look at the ways they react, and learn skills and techniques for getting their anger under control.

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RAyChEllE CASSADA lOhmANN, mS

Instant Help Books, A Division of New Harbinger Publications, Inc.

attention deficit disorder

Helping Children Gain Self-Confidence, Social Skills & Self-Control

Over forty simple and short activities in this workbook help children with ADHD build confidence and manage their symptoms in order to get along better with others and handle everyday tasks such as getting ready for school. The book includes age-appropriate information on medication, the importance of sleep and diet, and asking for help from adults when it's needed. Professionals can use these effective activities to help guide children with ADHD through the process of learning to manage their behavior.

ThE ADhD wORKBOOK FOR KIDS

8 x 10 / 144 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-7665 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-7666 US $16.95

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lAwRENCE E. ShAPIRO, PhD

Instant Help Books, A Division of New Harbinger Publications, Inc.

Activities to Help You Gain Motivation & Confidence

ThE ADhD wORKBOOK FOR TEENS

8 x 10 / 144 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-57224-8653 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-8656 US $16.95

The ADHD Workbook for Teens, the first workbook for teens suffering from this disorder, shows your teen clients that it is possible to gain confidence and motivation by focusing on their gifts and talents instead of the things that are most difficult for them. This easy-to-read, engaging workbook shows teens how to identify and focus on their strengths and develop the skills they need to overcome the impulsiveness, difficulty organizing and finishing projects, social struggles, and poor attention common among teens with this disorder. Clients will learn that they can actually change the way their brain works Read a chapter at and learn to adapt to ADHD tendencies by building http://adhd-workbook.nhpubs.com emotional intelligence, one of the core deficits in ADHD sufferers.

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lARA hONOS-wEBB, PhD

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childhood & adolescent problems

How to Transform Your Child's Problems into Strengths

ThE gIFT OF ADhD, SECOND EDITION

Now in its second edition, this book reviews the remarkable new ADHD research that increasingly supports the author's view that ADHD is a gift rather than a hindrance. The new edition explains why ADHD is an asset in the digital age and shows readers how they can help their children to enhance these gifts by channeling ADHD-related traits into productive outlets.

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lARA hONOS-wEBB, PhD

6 x 9 / 240 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-8505 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-8502 US $16.95

bipolar disorder

DBT Skills to Help You Control Mood Swings

ThE BIPOlAR wORKBOOK FOR TEENS

Two therapists specializing in child and family mental health help teenage readers use dialectical behavior therapy to tap into their resources and develop new skills for managing their bipolar disorder, then use their newfound strengths to work towards living according to their goals and values.

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ShERI vAN DIJK, mSw & KARmA guINDON, mSw

Instant Help Books, A Division of New Harbinger Publications, Inc.

8 x 10 / 160 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-6960 ISBN-13:978-1-57224-6966 US $15.95

The Young Adult's Guide to Dealing with Bipolar Disorder

In Facing Bipolar, a psychiatrist and a psychologist show young adult readers with bipolar disorder how to overcome denial, work toward bipolar stability, and adjust to life with bipolar as they shape their identity in their late teens and early twenties. The book helps readers navigate mood cycles and provides sound guidance for developing coping skills to manage the disorder.

FACINg BIPOlAR

RuSS FEDERmAN, PhD, & J. ANDERSON ThOmSON, JR., mD

6 x 8 / 176 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-6421 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-6423 US $16.95

Activities to Help You Stop Bingeing and Purging

ThE BulImIA wORKBOOK FOR TEENS

eating disorders

The Bulimia Workbook for Teens teaches teens who binge and purge how to replace unhealthy thoughts, feelings, and behaviors with a new set of habits. These activities are based in cognitive behavioral therapy, the professional treatment of choice for bulimia, and are arranged in a progressive format. Their order is based on the premise that bulimic behavior serves a purpose for your client and may even act as a lifeline. In order to let bulimia go, your client needs to feel confident that he or she has something just as good as bingeing and purging to take its place. Activities aim to Read a chapter at boost your clients' self-esteem, balance moodiness, http://bulimia-teens.nhpubs.com restore a sense of power and confidence.

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lISA m. SChAB, lCSw

8 x 10 / 156 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-8076 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-8076 US $15.95

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childhood & adolescent problems

A Workbook for Teens with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

The activities in this book help teens and parents work together to assess the severity of the symptoms and offer teens cognitive behavioral skills to overcome them. Teen readers learn essential information about the biology and dynamics of OCD, then discover a multitude of skills for moving beyond the most common types of obsessions and compulsions.

FREE FROm OCD

8 x 10 / 144 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-8483 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-8489 US $15.95

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TImOThy A. SISEmORE, PhD

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social & interpersonal problems

Help for Kids to Stand Up to & Deal with Bullies

The activities in this book are designed to help children learn strategies they can use to avoid being victimized by bullies and stand up for themselves when they become a bully's target. The book includes more than forty ten-minute activities children can do with their parents or a mental health professional to learn how to effectively handle emotional and physical bullying and be conscientious bystanders if they witness this behavior.

DON'T PICK ON mE

8 x 10 / 136 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-7134 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-7130 US $16.95

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SuSAN EIKOv gREEN

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stress management

Mindfulness Skills to Help You Deal with Stress

ThE STRESS REDuCTION wORKBOOK FOR TEENS

8 x 10 / 128 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-6979 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-6973 US $15.95

In The Stress Reduction Workbook for Teens, a psychotherapist specializing in mindfulnessbased stress reduction shows overwhelmed and stressed-out teen readers how mindfulness skills can help them relax, prioritize, and keep calm during stressful times.

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gINA m. BIEgEl, mA, lmFT

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other disorders

A Workbook for Children with Sensory Processing Disorder

Making Sense of Your Senses is a workbook designed to help children with SPD reintegrate their senses and develop awareness and understanding of their SPD. While these activities can stand alone, as each focuses on a specific skill, all of them help children develop strategies to counter the tests of daily life, including morning routines, mealtimes, and classroom functioning. Many activities also involve physical activity, as becoming physically adept helps kids with SPD keep from becoming overwhelmed. Read a chapter at http://make-sense.nhpubs.com Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

mAKINg SENSE OF yOuR SENSES

8 x 10 / 144 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-836X ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-8366 US $16.95

ChRISTOPhER R. AuER, mA & mIChEllE m. AuER, mS, OTR

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childhood & adolescent problems

PARENTINg A ChIlD whO hAS INTENSE EmOTIONS

Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills to Help Your Child Regulate Emotional Outbursts & Aggressive Behaviors

Parenting a Child Who Has Intense Emotions provides dialectical behavior therapy strategies and skills to parents of children with explosive emotions. Readers learn to understand and accept their children's emotion dysregulation and learn skills for changing both their own behaviors and those of the child.

PAT hARvEy, lCSw-C, & JEANINE A. PENZO, lICSw

6 x 9 / 224 pages / 2009 ISBN-10: 1-57224-6499 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-6492 US $18.95

A Process-Focused Guide to Treating Anorexia & Bulimia

ACCEPTANCE & COmmITmENT ThERAPy FOR EATINg DISORDERS

This book presents, for the first time, a step-by-step acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) guide for clinicians who work with clients with anorexia and bulimia. This book will help you assess and treat eating disorders, which are among the deadliest and most difficult-totreat psychological disorders. It discusses specific problems you may encounter when treating eating disorder sufferers. The content does not assume any prior familiarity with eating disorders, mindfulness and acceptance-based therapies, or cognitive behavioral treatments in general.

eating & body-image disorders

6 x 9 / 312 pages / 2011 hardcover ISBN-10: 1-57224-7339 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-7338 US $59.95

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EmIly K. SANDOZ, PhD, KElly g. wIlSON, PhD, & TROy DuFRENE

A Practitioner's Guide to Using Mindfulness, Acceptance & Values-Based Behavior Change Strategies

ACCEPTANCE & COmmITmENT ThERAPy FOR BODy ImAgE DISSATISFACTION

ACT 7 x 10 / 216 pages / 2010 hardcover ISBN-10: 1-57224-7754 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-7758 US $49.95

This manual shows practitioners how to help clients let go of self-judgment and preoccupation with body image. It presents a clear acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) protocol, complete with sample scripts, therapy exercises, case studies, and worksheets, for treating body image dissatisfaction.

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ADRIA N. PEARSON, PhD, mIChEllE hEFFNER, PhD, & vICTORIA m. FOllETTE, PhD · FOREwORD By STEvEN C. hAyES, PhD

A Mindful & Compassionate Guide to Losing Weight

Eating with Fierce Kindness presents a new approach to weight loss, one that focuses on breaking that destructive cycle with self-compassion. This book will help your clients become aware of the present moment so that they can make healthy food choices, but also shows them how to manage the inevitable obstacles to weight loss: disappointment at the rate of weight loss, guilt about "cheating" on a diet, emotional issues surrounding food, negative body image, and low self-confidence. Clients will learn to move beyond pursuing weight loss in order to meet a social standard or because of a bad self-image and instead develop healthier eating habits out of kindness toward themRead a chapter at http://eat-kind.nhpubs.com selves and their bodies. The book also offers advice for changing eating patterns, recognizing the signs of hunger and fullness, and navigating food triggers, such as emotional eating, that may be affecting eating patterns.

EATINg wITh FIERCE KINDNESS

5 x 7 / 216 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-9277 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-9271 US $16.95

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SAShA T. lORINg, mED, lCSw

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50 wAyS TO SOOThE yOuRSElF wIThOuT FOOD

Susan Albers, author of Eating Mindfully, offers this collection of 50 mindfulness skills and practices for relaxing the body in times of stress and ending dependence on eating as a means of coping with difficult emotions. Readers will discover easy ways to soothe urges to overeat and learn how to differentiate emotion-driven hunger from healthy hunger.

5 x 7 / 232 pages / 2009 ISBN-10: 1-57224-6766 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-6768 US $16.95

"A thoughtful volume filled with practical solutions for emotional eaters everywhere."

--Madelyn H. Fernstrom, PhD, CNS, founding director of UPMC Weight Management Center, professor at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

SuSAN AlBERS, PSyD

borderline personality disorder

DBT 7 x 10 / 200 pages / 2006 ISBN-10: 1-57224-4461 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-4467 US $29.95

Effective, Symptom-Focused Techniques, Simplified for Private Practice

Skills for regulation of out-of-control emotions, including some from the much-acclaimed dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), make up the core of the program. The book also benefits from the psychopharmacological expertise of its author, John Preston, whose Handbook of Clinical Psychopharmacology for Therapists is the essential resource for therapists about psychoactive medication.

INTEgRATIvE TREATmENT FOR BORDERlINE PERSONAlITy DISORDER

JOhN D. PRESTON, PSyD, ABPP

Taking Your Life Back When Someone You Care About Has Borderline Personality Disorder

STOP wAlKINg ON EggShEllS, SECOND EDITION

A New Harbinger Classic

6 x 9 / 288 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-6901 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-6904 US $18.95

This fully revised and updated edition helps the friends and family members of people with borderline personality disorder understand the condition, help their loved ones find effective treatment, and stop feeling as though they are walking on eggshells to avoid confrontations. This edition has been updated with the very latest BPD research and includes coping and communication skills readers can use to stabilize their relationship with the BPD sufferer in their life.

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PAul T. mASON, mS, & RANDI KREgER

Practical Strategies for Living with Someone Who Has Borderline Personality Disorder

ThE STOP wAlKINg ON EggShEllS wORKBOOK

8.5 x 11 / 224 pages / 2002 ISBN-10: 1-57224-2760 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-2760 US $21.95

This book will help readers face their core beliefs about BPD, handle negative feelings, and gain the perspective necessary to see the disorder objectively. Step-by-step exercises show them how to set and enforce limits with a person with BPD, cope with put-downs and rage, and make safe and realistic decisions.

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narcissistic personality disorder

A Grown-Up's Guide to Getting Over Narcissistic Parents

Now in its second edition, this book offers readers a step-by-step approach to dealing with a destructive childhood caused by a self-absorbed parent. Readers are assured that they are not helpless against their parents' behavior. Realistic strategies and steps are suggested for learning to set mutually agreed upon behaviors that can help fulfill the needs and expectations of both readers and their parents.

ChIlDREN OF ThE SElF-ABSORBED, SECOND EDITION

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NINA w. BROwN, EDD, lPC

6 x 9 / 240 pages / 2008 ISBN-10: 1-57224-5611 ISBN: 978-1-57224-5617 US $16.95

hANDBOOK OF ClINICAl PSyChOPhARmACOlOgy FOR ThERAPISTS, SIxTh EDITION

Now in its sixth edition fully revised and updated, this handbook continues to be among the most important references in the field of mental health. Learn the indications, contraindications, efficacy, side effects, and success indicators for each medication. This major revision includes numerous research-derived updates and features new quickreference guides in each section highlighting withdrawal symptoms and signs of toxicity.

pharmacology

7 x 10 / 376 pages / 2010 hardcover ISBN-10: 1-87897-6987 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-6980 US $59.95

JOhN D. PRESTON, PSyD, ABPP, JOhN h. O'NEAl, mD & mARy C. TAlAgA, RPh, PhD

ChIlD & ADOlESCENT ClINICAl PSyChOPhARmACOlOgy mADE SImPlE, SECOND EDITION

This second edition offers all the information parents and medical professionals need about the use of psychoactive medications in the treatment of childhood and adolescent psychological disorders, including new information on medications, autism treatment, and childonset bipolar disorder.

JOhN PRESTON, PSyD, ABPP, JOhN h. O'NEAl, mD, & mARy C. TAlAgA, RPh, PhD

6 x 9 / 168 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-87897-7037 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-7031 US $19.95

A Guide to Personal Finance for Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder

People with attention-deficit disorder don't spend money like most others. Past-due bills and impulsive spending can throw their finances into turmoil. This friendly guide, written with ADD in mind, includes information on everything readers need to know about managing finances and staying in control.

ADD & yOuR mONEy

attention deficit disorder

6 x 9 / 176 pages / 2009 ISBN-10: 1-57224-707X ISBN: 978-1-57224-7079 US $18.95

STEPhANIE mOulTON SARKIS, PhD, & KARl KlEIN, JD FOREwORD By hARvEy C. PARKER, PhD

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other disorders

A Mindfulness & Acceptance Guide to Conquering Feelings of Numbness & Unreality

OvERCOmINg DEPERSONAlIZATION DISORDER

6 x 9 / 192 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57220-7061 ISBN-13: 978-157224-7062 US $18.95

Written for sufferers of depersonalization disorder, their loved ones, and therapists working with clients with these issues, this book includes helpful tools for diagnosing various types and degrees of depersonalization disorder. Clients will learn how to move past feelings of detachment and unreality using skills drawn from ACT, DBT, and MBCT.

FugEN NEZIROglu, PhD, ABBP, ABPP, & KAThARINE DONNElly, mA

A Step-by-Step Program

ThE COgNITIvE BEhAvIORAl ThERAPy wORKBOOK FOR PERSONAlITy DISORDERS

8 x 10 / 224 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-6480 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-6485 US $21.95

Packed with exercises and worksheets, this book presents a series of eight social skills and coping skills clients can learn and practice to overcome their personality disorder. Clients learn to correct the self-defeating thoughts that hold them back, discover relaxation, visualization, and imagery techniques, and finally practice real-life exposure to those fears to keep their personality-disorder-related behaviors in check.

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JEFFREy C. wOOD, PSyD

self-esteem

A New Harbinger Classic

6 x 9 / 328 pages / 2000 ISBN-10: 1-57224-1985 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-1985 US $17.95

A Proven Program of Cognitive Techniques for Assessing , Improving & Maintaining Your Self-Esteem

With over 600,000 copies sold, this classic has long been the most comprehensive guide on the subject. Proven cognitive techniques help readers talk back to the self-critical voice inside them and change the ways they think and feel about themselves.

SElF-ESTEEm, ThIRD EDITION

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mATThEw mCKAy, PhD, & PATRICK FANNINg

anger management

6 x 9 / 320 pages / 2003 ISBN-10: 1-57224-3449 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-3446 US $16.95

Quieting the Storm Within

whEN ANgER huRTS, SECOND EDITION

This book is a complete, step-by-step guide to changing habitual, anger-generating thoughts while developing healthier, more effective ways of meeting needs. It is ideal for therapists who work with families or teach anger control and helpful for health professionals who treat the effects of type-A personality.

mATThEw mcKAy, PhD, PETER D. ROgERS, PhD, & JuDITh mcKAy, RN

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medical conditions

A Step-by-Step MBSR Approach to Help You Cope with Treatment & Reclaim Your Life

mINDFulNESS-BASED CANCER RECOvERy

The authors' own research-based program, mindfulness-based cancer recovery (MBCR), presented for the first time in this book, is proven to lower patients' stress by 55 percent and reduce mood disorders by 65 percent. Patients also reported feeling more vigorous and less fatigued after undergoing the program.

lINDA E. CARlSON, PhD, RPSyCh., & mIChAEl P. SPECA, PSyD, RPSyCh FOREwORD By ZINDEl SEgAl, PhD

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6 x 9 / 200 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-57224-8874 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-8878 US $17.95

Everything You Need to Know to Get Through Treatment

ThE ChEmOThERAPy SuRvIvAl guIDE, ThIRD EDITION

Written by two experienced oncology nurses, this compassionate and comprehensive guide explains in plain English everything people undergoing chemotherapy need to know about treatment, including what they can expect at each stage of chemotherapy and what they can do to prevent or minimize side effects. Packed with practical suggestions, nutritional advice, relaxation skills, and other techniques to help strengthen the body and calm the mind, this book is a must-have resource for anyone navigating this difficult time.

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JuDITh mcKAy, RN, OCN, & TAmERA SChAChER, RN, OCN, mSN

6 x 9 / 280 pages / 2009 ISBN-10: 1-57224-6219 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-6218 US $18.95

Making Your Relationship Work

COuPlE SKIllS, SECOND EDITION

This book, a revised and updated edition of a classic, shows how to work smarter in relationships. Improve communication, cope better with problems, and resolve conflicts with loved ones in healthy and creative ways with these helpful strategies.

marriage, family & relationships

A New Harbinger Classic

6 x 9 / 328 pages / 2006 ISBN-10: 1-57224-481X ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-4818 US $17.95

mATThEw mCKAy, PhD, PATRICK FANNINg & KIm PAlEg, PhD

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Step-by-Step Help for Coping With Narcissists, Egotistical Lovers, Toxic Coworkers & Others Who Are Incredibly Self-Absorbed

It can be extremely difficult to maintain a relationship with someone with NPD while keeping one's self-respect intact. This workbook is filled with strategies and exercises designed to teach you or your clients to empower themselves and set firm boundaries with NPD sufferers without irreparably damaging the relationship. Readers learn the different ways narcissism can manifest itself in real-life situations, such as at work and in intimate relationships, and practice identifying NPD behavior. The communication skills, coping skills, and NPD information in this workbook comprise a complete toolkit for navigating narcissistic Read a chapter at http://one-way.nhpubs.com behavior in every area of life.

ThE ONE-wAy RElATIONShIP wORKBOOK

8 x 10 / 152 pages / 2011 ISBN-10: 1-57224-9099 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-9097 US $21.95

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NEIl J. lAvENDER, PhD, & AlAN CAvAIOlA, PhD

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marriage, family & relationships

Overcoming the Ten Behaviors that Undermine Love

This book is a guide to ending relationship-destroying behaviors, such as fear of intimacy, defensiveness, and needing to win. Each chapter covers one of ten common relationship sabotaging patterns. Included in each chapter is a case study of a person with that pattern who overcame it and guidance for applying the author's model to that problem.

RElATIONShIP SABOTEuRS

6 x 9 / 224 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-7460 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-7468 US $17.95

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RANDI guNThER, PhD

Reflections for Healing and Rebuilding After Divorce

Written by a professional divorce mediator and coach, this book offers daily reflections and insights readers can turn to as they navigate through this emotionally turbulent time. Chapters focus on common stages and feelings that people undergoing divorce experience, including grief, resistance to change, and confusion.

STRONgER DAy By DAy

5 x 7 / 200 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-8092 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-8090 US $15.95

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SuSAN PEASE gADOuA, lCSw

communication

6 x 9 / 360 pages / 2009 ISBN-10: 1-57224-5921 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-5921 US $18.95

The Communication Skills Book

mESSAgES, ThIRD EDITION

Now in its third edition, this comprehensive and practical guide has helped thousands of readers cultivate better relationships with friends, family members, coworkers, and partners. Readers will discover new skills to help them communicate their ideas more effectively, read body language, resolve conflicts, and become better listeners.

Also available as an e-book at newharbinger.com

mATThEw mcKAy, PhD, mARThA DAvIS, PhD, & PATRICK FANNINg

Powerful Strategies for Effective Communication at Work & Home

The original Messages teaches readers to listen well, disclose honestly, and express truthfully while communicating with others. This workbook helps readers apply these skills specifically to different aspects of their lives. Step-by-step worksheets, fill-in exercises, and case stories help readers avoid communication pitfalls and make long-lasting, life-enhancing changes.

ThE mESSAgES wORKBOOK

8.5 x 11 / 240 pages / 2004 ISBN-10: 1-57224-3716 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-3712 US $21.95

mARThA DAvIS, PhD, KIm PAlEg, PhD, & PATRICK FANNINg

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communication

CONNECTINg ThE DOTS

Breakthroughs in Communication as Alzheimer's Advances

Connecting the Dots reveals Judith London's practical techniques for decoding the language of Alzheimer's to improve communication. With this book as a guide, readers can better navigate their relationship with their loved ones and keep a meaningful connection.

JuDITh l. lONDON, PhD · FOREwORD By JANE E. BRODy

6 x 9 / 232 pages / 2009 ISBN-10: 1-57224-7002 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-7000 US $18.95

Powerful Psychological Strategies for Getting the Job You Want

This book is a psychologically sophisticated guide that applies cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques to help readers searching for jobs silence negative self-talk and focus on taking action. Readers learn how to create a productive and positive work environment for effective job searching, put an end to self-limiting beliefs and other self-imposed barriers, and make the most of networking opportunities.

FEARlESS JOB huNTINg

life skills & personal growth

6 x 9 / 192 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-8343 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-8342 US $16.95

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BIll KNAuS, EDD, SAm KlARREICh, PhD, RuSSEll gRIEgER, PhD, & NANCy KNAuS, mBA, PhD

How to Find What Matters & Create the Life You Want

Your Life on Purpose is about doing what matters every day instead of waiting for the perfect time to feel fulfilled and alive. With this book, your clients will learn to move past daily distractions, fear of failure, and self-judgment, and zero in on the passions that connect them with their true selves. Everyone deserves to live Read a chapter at a life of purpose, aligned with their deepest values. http://life-purpose.nhpubs.com

yOuR lIFE ON PuRPOSE

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mATThEw mCKAy, PhD, JOhN P. FORSyTh, PhD, & gEORg h. EIFERT, PhD

6 x 9 / 224 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-9056 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-9059 US $16.95

The New Acceptance & Commitment Therapy

gET OuT OF yOuR mIND & INTO yOuR lIFE

This book offers a five-step plan for coping with painful emotions such as anxiety and depression. It teaches readers life-enhancing behavior strategies that work to further the goals they value most. Readers learn to engage with painful thoughts and feelings through step-bystep acceptance and mindfulness-based techniques. They find out how to let go of control, and develop compassion and flexibility. Once present, engaged, and aware, readers begin to build new lives for themselves filled with significance and meaning. This book is not about overcoming pain or fighting emotions; it's about embracing life and feeling everything it has to offer.

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STEvEN C. hAyES, PhD, with SPENCER SmITh

8.5 x 11 / 224 pages / 2005 ISBN-10: 1-57224-4259 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-4252 US $21.95

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relaxation & stress management

A mINDFulNESS-BASED STRESS REDuCTION wORKBOOK

This is the first hands-on workbook to help clients learn mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR), a clinically proven program for alleviating stress, anxiety, panic, depression, chronic pain, and a wide range of medical conditions. The workbook includes fill-in exercises so clients can track their progress in therapy. After each weekly session, clients can apply the techniques they learned that week into everyday life, gradually learning to replace stresspromoting habits with mindful ones. Includes MP3 CD with 21 guided meditations.

8 x 10 / 240 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-7088 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-7086 US $24.95

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BOB STAhl, PhD, & ElIShA gOlDSTEIN, PhD FOREwORD By JON KABAT-ZINN AFTERwORD By SAKI SANTOREllI

A Beginner's Guide to Overcoming Fear & Embracing Compassion

The Mindfulness Workbook is a step-by-step instruction book that guides readers through simple practices that enable them to experience mindfulness not as a distant experience or concept, but as an attainable state of being in the world. Readers will discover the effectiveness of breath work, mindful eating, and thought-watching, and begin reaping the benefits of mindfulness right away.

ThE mINDFulNESS wORKBOOK

8 x 10 / 216 pages / 2009 ISBN-10: 1-57224-6758 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-6751 US $21.95

ThOmAS ROBERTS, lCSw, lmFT

How Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Can Help You Live a Busy yet Balanced Life

ACT 6 x 9 / 184 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-7096 ISBN-13: 978-157224-7093 US $16.95

This book combines cutting-edge psychological techniques drawn from ACT with classic relaxation strategies such as meditation, visualization, and systematic muscle relaxation. This comprehensive guide to stress management helps clients act in ways that reinforce their big-picture values without being distracted by day-to-day mental clutter.

STRESS lESS, lIvE mORE

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RIChARD BlONNA, EDD

Effective Strategies for Calming Your Emotions

This book presents Siegel's model for coping with intense reactions to difficult or overwhelming emotions. Clients examine their unprocessed feelings about past events in their lives and discover how past relationships and events have continued to influence their current interpersonal relationships and needs. Then, clients learn new skills for neutralizing emotional triggers when they feel overwhelmed instead of lashing out or retreating into depression and/or anxiety.

STOP OvERREACTINg

6 x 9 / 208 pages / 2010 ISBN-10: 1-57224-7231 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-7239 US $16.95

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JuDITh P. SIEgEl, PhD, lCSw

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relaxation & stress management

ThE RElAxATION & STRESS REDuCTION wORKBOOK, SIxTh EDITION

This comprehensive workbook broke new ground when it was first published in 1980, detailing easy, step-by-step techniques for calming the body and mind in an increasingly overstimulated world. Now in its sixth edition, this book remains the "go-to" source for stress reduction strategies that can be incorporated into even the busiest lives.

A New Harbinger Classic

8 x 10 / 392 pages / 2008 ISBN-10: 1-57224-5492 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-5495 US $21.95

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mARThA DAvIS, PhD, ElIZABETh ROBBINS EShElmAN, mSw, & mATThEw mCKAy, PhD

The Relaxation & Stress Reduction Audio Series

PATRICK FANNINg

STRESS REDuCTION

The CD includes several visualization exercises clients can do whenever they feel overwhelmed to help them stay relaxed, productive, and in control.

Audio CDs

audio CD / 66 minutes / 2008 ISBN-10: 1-57224-6413 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-6416 US $13.95 audio CD / 74 minutes / 2008 ISBN-10: 1-57224-6405 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-6409 US $13.95 audio CD / 39 minutes / 2008 ISBN-10: 1-57224-6391 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-6393 US $13.95 audio CD / 49 minutes / 2008 ISBN-10: 1-57224-6383 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-6386 US $13.95 audio CD / 41 minutes / 2008 ISBN-10: 1-57224-6375 ISBN-13: 978-1-57224-6379 US $13.95

The Relaxation & Stress Reduction Audio Series

mEDITATION & AuTOgENICS

This audio program of basic meditation techniques is designed to help your clients achieve total relaxation in only a few short weeks of listening and practice.

mATThEw mcKAy, PhD, & PATRICK FANNINg

The Relaxation & Stress Reduction Audio Series

PROgRESSIvE RElAxATION & BREAThINg

This audio program presents a complete introduction to the Jacobsen technique for progressive deep muscle relaxation.

mATThEw mcKAy, PhD, & PATRICK FANNINg

The Relaxation & Stress Reduction Audio Series

BODy AwARENESS & ImAgINATION

The CD includes exercises in body sensing, positive visualization, and guided fantasies that will enhance body awareness and make deep relaxation easily achievable.

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The Relaxation & Stress Reduction Audio Series

APPlIED RElAxATION TRAININg

This audio program offers a set of in-the-moment techniques your clients can use to relax in the face of daily stressors; while working at a desk, in a crowd, or anywhere else they develop tension during the day.

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Soothing Guided Meditations for Deep Relaxation Anytime, Anywhere

Just about every day brings some kind of stress into your client's lives, but it also offers a new opportunity to treat themselves to the benefits of a calm mind, relaxed body, and refreshed spirit. The audio programs on this two-CD set offer short, simple practices that promote deep, lasting, and restorative relaxation. Each program is set to soothing compositions.

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