Treating the Neurotic Patient in Brief Psychotherapy. (editor
Brief psychotherapy, with its emphasis on defining and maintaining the focus, close monitoring , interpretation, and disolving of the transference, activity, clarity, specificity, immediacy, and interpreting upward becomes applicable to a widening variety of presenting problems. This practical book offers therapists expertise to conduct brief therapy with the healthier, more intact patient. Principles of brief therapy are especially useful when working with time-limited, managed care cases as well.
Being and Loving. From the start of life, all of us strive to achieve two goals: intimacy with another person (the basis of loving) and discovery and expression of our own identity. This book speaks to the question, "How can I be in a close relationship and still be me?" This popular little gem has been unavailable for some time. It is now available in a new, updated edition. (2005)
Little Big Girl (a picture story book for children)
Mary Ellen feels proud that she is old enough to dress and feed herself and eagerly anticipates becoming more independent. She is afraid, however, that if she grows up too much her parents will no longer shower her with the affection she has always known.
Psychology for Living (With G.A.Forehand et al. A high school
This book explains how psychologists work and presents some of the facts and principles about human behavior that have been discovered. It helps students apply these facts and principles to improve their understanding of human behavior and of themselves.
Dealing With Resistance in Psychotherapy
This book is written for the professional psychotherapist who may be puzzled as to why work with a particular patient or client is going nowhere. It brings to the therapist's attention a wide variety of these resistances, these defenses, so that they can be addressed and resolved.