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  1. Life, Psychotherapy and Death

    Life, Psychotherapy and Death

    The End of Our Exploring

    Ann Orbach

    In this rich and humane book Ann Orbach explores, from the point of view of a psychotherapist, the subject of death in all its manifestations. Her intention is to look at death and what it means to us, as a means of coming to terms with the inevitable, and helping others to do so. Learn More
    1999, 200pp
  2. Rediscovering Groups

    Rediscovering Groups

    A Psychoanalyst's Journey Beyond Individual Psychology

    Marshall Edelson and David N. Berg

    Edelson and Berg use stories to present, reflect on and learn from experience. The authors deplore the tendency to rely on individual psychology for understanding problems in groups or organizations and so, emphasizing the psychopathology of individuals, to blame them for what is going on. Learn More
    1999, 416pp
  3. Foundations and Applications of Group Psychotherapy

    Foundations and Applications of Group Psychotherapy

    A Sphere of Influence

    Mark F Ettin

    The author focuses on how to provide effective individual treatment within psychoeducational and psychotherapeutic groups, and examines the structural properties of such groups as organizational entities in their own right. The book is divided into two main parts, covering foundations and applications. Learn More
    1999, 454pp
  4. Working with Sex Offenders in Prisons and through Release to the Community

    Working with Sex Offenders in Prisons and through Release to the Community

    A Handbook

    Alec Spencer

    This book looks at a wide range of issues and problems relating to the management of sexual offenders in prisons and their reintegration into the community. Issues involved in the setting up of programmes, the creation of the right environment, and the support and training of staff, are universally applicable. Learn More
    1999, Paperback / softback, 8.98in x 5.98in / 228mm x 152mm, 256pp, £26.99
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-767-3
    1999, Ebook, ePUB, 256pp, £26.99
    ISBN: 978-1-84642-906-4
  5. The Forgotten Mourners

    The Forgotten Mourners

    Guidelines for Working with Bereaved Children Second Edition

    Sister Margaret Pennells and Susan C Smith

    Children have long been the "forgotten mourners". This new and revised edition raises awareness of the sensitive issues involved for bereaved children, highlighting their needs and their emotional and behavioural responses when a bereavement occurs. Learn More
    1999, 112pp
  6. Key Ideas in Psychology

    Key Ideas in Psychology

    Ian Stuart-Hamilton

    This accessible book has a simple aim - to tell people what psychology is about. It presents a review of the key areas of the subject as it is traditionally taught, and provides the reader with an introduction to important concepts and findings within each of these. The reader should be able at least to make sense of most psychological topics. Learn More
    1999, Paperback / softback, 9.21in x 6.10in / 234mm x 155mm, 336pp, £25.00
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-359-0
    1999, Ebook, ePUB, 336pp, £25.00
    ISBN: 978-1-84642-702-2
  7. Children, Bereavement and Trauma

    Children, Bereavement and Trauma

    Nurturing Resilience

    Paul Barnard, Ian Morland and Julie Nagy

    The recognition of children's natural resilience as fundamental to their ability to cope with trauma is central to this book. Deriving from the authors' experience of working with bereaved children, the book promotes the idea of healthy coping, and explores ways in which children and their families can be enabled to do this. Learn More
    1999, Paperback / softback, 9.17in x 6.10in / 233mm x 155mm, 160pp, £18.99
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-785-7
    1999, Ebook, PDF, 160pp, £18.99
    ISBN: 978-1-84642-170-9
  8. The Essential Groupworker

    The Essential Groupworker

    Teaching and Learning Creative Groupwork

    Mark Doel and Catherine Sawdon

    Focusing on how groupwork can be learnt and taught, the authors of this accessible book consider what is essential in effective work with groups. They develop a practice model which is applicable to a wide range of approaches and actively promotes anti-oppressive groupwork. It has been extensively trialled and refined in a social services agency. Learn More
    1999, Paperback / softback, 8.94in x 5.98in / 227mm x 152mm, 288pp, £19.99
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-823-6
    1999, Ebook, PDF, 288pp, £19.99
    ISBN: 978-0-85700-122-1
  9. Violence

    Violence

    Reflections on Our Deadliest Epidemic

    James Gilligan

    He focuses on how feelings of shame cause violent and vengeful behaviour, argues that conventional punitive legal and penal systems which are based on notions of justice and retribution perpetuate violent behaviour. This ground-breaking book is a read for everyone touched by violence, all those who are working to prevent it and its consequences. Learn More
    1999, 320pp
  10. Suicidal Behaviour

    Suicidal Behaviour

    The Search for Psychic Economy

    Jürgen Kind

    Looking at the problem of suicide and suicidal behaviour from a psychoanalytical perspective, Kind analyses the various motivations for such impulses and the therapist's countertransference reactions to a suicidal patient. Therapeutic strategies for dealing with threatened or actual suicide are evaluated within the clinical context. Learn More
    1999, 240pp

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