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$124 Book & Test
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The Practice of Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy

Susan M. Johnson, Ed.D., 2004. 361 pages

Presents theory and techniques for shaping a distressed couple's emotional experience into a more secure attachment.  Explains the underlying theory of how change occurs, and provides details regarding methods and tasks for each of the model's nine steps.  More info....

12 Hours
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$111 Book & Test
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Solution Focused Group Therapy: Ideas for Groups in Private Practice, Schools, Agencies, and Treatment Programs

Linda Metcalf, Ph.D., 1998.  242 pages

Explains the objectives, characteristics, and practical application of the Solution Focused Group Therapy model.  Includes specific instructions, exercises, and examples for applying this model to a variety of presenting problems.  More info.....

12 Hours
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$139 Test Only

Mindfulness and Psychotherapy

Christopher Germer, Ph.D., Ronald Siegal, Psy.D., and Paul Fulton, Ed.D., (Eds.), 2005. 333 pages.

Introduces Mindfulness and acceptance as techniques for enhancing therapist skills and clinical outcomes.  Presents models for general clinical application and specific disorders.  More info....


18 Hours
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$156 Book & Test
$116 Test Only

Handbook of Anger Management:  Individual, Couple, Family, and Group Approaches

Ronald T. Potter-Efron, MSW, Ph.D., 2005. 279 pages.

Provides concepts and tools for assessing anger and constructing clinical interventions. Discusses how the characteristics of anger and aggression affect treatment approaches in diverse populations. More info...

15 Hours
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$158 Book & Test
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Mindfulness and the Therapeutic Relationship

Steven F. Hick, PhD., RSW and Thomas Bien, Ph.D.,  (Eds.), 2008. 240 pages.

Focuses on how Mindfulness practice can help therapists improve clinical outcomes by cultivating empathy, listening skills, and ability to cope with stressful events.   More info....

14 Hours
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$94 Book & Test
$70 Test Only

Emphasizing the Interpersonal in Psychotherapy: Families and Groups in the Era of Cost Containment

Claude Villeneuve, M.D., 2001. 149 pages.

Compares various psycho-therapeutic approaches to a model of psychotherapy based on a larger interpersonal scheme, as it applies to families and groups. More info....

8 Hours
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$133 Book & Test
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Cognitive-Behavioral Group Therapy for Specific Problems and Populations

John R. White, Ph.D., and Arthur Freeman, Ed.D. (Eds.), 2000. 404 pages.

Part 1. For Specific Problems

Presents the concepts, terms, and processes of the time-limited Cognitive-Behavioral Group Therapy model. Describes the practical application of techniques to specific clinical diagnoses.  More info.... 


12 Hours
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$110 Book & Test
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Cognitive-Behavioral Group Therapy for Specific Problems and Populations

John R. White, Ph.D., and Arthur Freeman, Ed.D. (Eds.), 2000. 404 pages.

Part 2. For Specific Populations or Settings

Describes the practical application of the time-limited Cognitive-Behavioral Group Therapy model to specific populations, such as older adults, parents, and Latinos. Reviews the concepts, terms, and processes of the model. More info....

8 Hours
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$130 Book & Test
$108 Test Only

Pathways to Change: Brief Therapy with Difficult Adolescents

Mathew D. Selekman, LCSW, MSW, 2005. 287 pages.

Conveys innovative and practical ways for conducting Solution-Oriented Brief Family Therapy with difficult adolescents and their families. Emphasizes how to build relationships, design therapeutic questions and experiments, be flexible in choosing therapeutic strategies, and improvise when necessary. More info....

14 Hours
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Solution-Focused Therapy with Children: Harnessing Family Strengths for Systemic Change

Mathew D. Selekman, LCSW, MSW, 1997. 232 pages.

Explains how to expand the basic Solution-Focused Brief Therapy model to increase flexibility and options when working with challenging children and their families. This approach stresses matching task design to stages of child development, and incorporates family play and art therapy tasks. More info....

8 Hours
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$117 Book & Test
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Breaking Through to Teens: A New Psychotherapy for the New Adolescence

Ron Taffel, Ph.D., 2005. 292 pages.

Provides contextual insight into 21st Century teenagers' lives, and offers practical strategies for helping teens change attitudes and behaviors. Imparts techniques for uncovering the roots of teens' problems and tapping into relevant resources for resolution. More info....

12 Hours
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$97 Book& Test
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Treating Explosive Kids: The Collaborative Problem Solving Approach

Ross W. Green Ph.D., and J. Stuart Ablon, Ph.D., 2006. 246 pages.

Lays out practical strategies for helping parents and other caregivers successfully handle severe conflicts with kids. Clinicians learn how to identify cognitive factors leading to explosive behavior and teach skills for remediating deficits and handling strife.  More Info...

8 Hours
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$93 Book & Test
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Handbook of the Clinical Treatment of Infidelity

Fred Peircy, Ph.D., Katherine Hertlein, Ph.D., and Joseph Wetchler, Ph.D., (Eds.). 2005. 219 pages.

Examines treatment issues related to infidelity, such as impact on relationships and psychological effects. Marriages and dating relationships are addressed, as well as affairs, internet liaisons, gay lifestyles, and extra-dyadic relationships. Explains clinical strategies for a variety of treatment models.  More Info...

6 Hours
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$83 Book & Test
$61 Test Only

Handbook of Remotivation Therapy

Jean Dyer, Ph.D., and Michael Stotts, CAS. 2005. 170 pages.

Presents a practical model for working in both groups and individual sessions to prevent and restore losses of emotional and cognitive functioning. Delineates basic steps and therapeutic principals, with examples for different populations and settings.  More info....




7 Hours
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$110 Book & Test
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Group Work and Aging:  Issues in Practice, Research, and Education

Robert Salmon, DSW, and Roberta Graziano, DSW. (Eds.), 2004. 269 pages.

Addresses how special needs and issues of older adults influence participation in social group work. Provides examples in a variety of contexts.  More info....


9 Hours
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$159 Book & Test
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Treating Survivors of Childhood Abuse

Marylene Cloitre, Ph.D., Lisa Cohen, Ph.D., Karestan Koenen, Ph.D., 2006. 316 pages.

Provides a treatment program for adult survivors of childhood abuse. Teaches emotional regulation and interpersonal skills normally developed during childhood. Addresses trauma related disturbances such as post truamatic stress disorder, depression, dissociation, anger, shame, and loss.    More info....

16 Hours
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$129 Book & Test
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Attachment in Group Psychotherapy

Cheri Marmarosh, Ph.D., Rayna Markin, Ph.D., and Eric Spiegel, Ph.D., 2013. 249 pages.

Explains how attachment styles, delineated by the dimension model of attachment, influence the group therapy process. Reviews theory and empirical research on attachment and group psychotherapy and relates attachment theory to different group therapy approaches. More info....

12 Hours
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