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Legacy of the Heart
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Legacy of the Heart
Muller, Wayne
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In this inspiring book, Wayne Muller draws on eighteen years of work with adult children of troubled families to show how hard-won wisdom born of hurt can become a powerful source of strength and peace. He teaches us how to recognize and transform the damaging effects of childhood wounds and rediscover our natural vitality, creativity, and joy.


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The Psychotherapist's Guide to Psychopharmacology (2nd Edition)
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The Psychotherapist's Guide to Psychopharmacology (2nd Edition)
Gitlin, Michael J.
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In the first accessible psychopharmacology text written specifically for psychotherapists. Gitlin explains when to refer patients for consultation about possible medication, how to better treat patients already on medication, and how to work collaboratively with psychopharmacologists. He reviews the criteria for selecting among treatment options and the likely course and side effects of each, and provides case histories to illustrate subtleties in diagnosis. The book also lists all medications by generic and trade names, the side effects and dosage range for each.


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The Young Adolescent: Clinical Studies
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The Young Adolescent: Clinical Studies
Blos, Peter
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Through his extensive clnical experience with adolescents Dr. Blos has come to consider the early years of adolescence the most crucial ones because they lay the foundation for later adolescent development. Fixations in the early phases of adolescence give rise to deviant developments which the two case studies of this volume richly illustrate. Susan and Ben were both successfully treated, and these insightful analyses of their treatment form a major contribution to psychoanalytic theory and practice.


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