by Brian P. Daly, Steven M. Silverstein, Ronald T. Brown
The new updated edition of this popular text on assessing and treating of adults with ADHDThe new edition of this popular text incorporates the latest research on assessment and treatment practices for adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The presentation of symptoms may diff…
A Positive Psychology Program
by Tayyab Rashid, Jane Gillham, Afroze Anjum
Help clients to build resilience to deal with different challenging phases in life with this color-illustrated, evidence-based 14-module program that is informed by positive psychology and cognitive behavior therapy.
by Tayyab Rashid, Jane Gillham, Ruth Louden, Afroze Anjum
Use this positive psychology program to learn how to use your strengths to build resilience so you can deal with different challenging phases in life. The 14 modules are clearly structured and full of resources and tips.
The handbook for the groundbreaking, evidence-based Mindfulness-Based Strengths Practice (MBSP) program has been fully revised and expanded to integrate the latest research findings and practice developments.
Using Films to Understand Psychopathology
by Danny Wedding
The new edition of this acclaimed book examining how psychopathology is portrayed in films has been updated to include the latest films and new topics. Includes downloadable material for teachers and discussion groups.
by Brian P. Daly, Aimee K. Hildenbrand, Shannon G. Litke, Ronald T. Brown
This updated new edition of this popular text integrates the latest research and practices to give practitioners concise and readable guidance on the assessment and effective treatment of children and adolescents with ADHD.
Using proven mindfulness techniques in combination with developing your character strengths, this workbook provides you with strategies to help you build your happiness and manage your stress at the same time.
This updated volume continues to be a welcome resource for any psychologist or student wanting to foresee, prevent, and professionally manage, in an ethically responsible way, the moral challenges that arise in their daily work.