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Published July, 2022
By Claudia Black
Publisher: Central Recovery Press
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A crucial tool for any professional working in the treatment field. It can be used effectively within a group orientation or with an individual participant. This toolkit contains 38 modules each with pertinent didactic reproducible handouts. There are several sessions that include the opportunity for guided imagery.

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Published April, 2022
By Resmaa Menakem
Publisher: Central Recovery Press
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New York Times bestselling author, therapist and trauma specialist Resmaa Menakem surveys the deteriorating political climate and presents an urgent call for action to save ourselves and our country. He takes readers through a step-by-step program of somatic practices addressing the growing threat of white-supremacist political violence.

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Published March, 2022
By Claudia Black
Publisher: Central Recovery Press
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Newly revised and updated, this clinical workbook is a valuable aid to mental health professionals with clients addressing serious anger issues. Anger Strategies is composed of seven sections with 42 sessions containing didactic information and reproducible handouts that can be used in a group or individual setting.

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Published March, 2022
By Tian Dayton
Publisher: Central Recovery Press
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Sociometrics offers layers of healing - many small incremental moments of healing that cumulatively help to peel back the layers of the onion, revealing ever deepening and widening aspects of both the self and the self in relation to others. It is a therapeutic role-playing developed by fin-de-siecle Viennese psychiatrist Jacob Levy Moreno.

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Published February, 2022
By Michael Scheeringa
Publisher: Central Recovery Press
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Offers a narrative of one of the first modern examples of successfully weaponizing psychological neuroscience to try to reshape society. But this book is more than a critique of social policy. It is for anyone who wants a better understanding on how groupthink and herd mentality works and improves our ability to understand scientific fact.

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Published May, 2021
By William H. Schaberg
Publisher: Central Recovery Press
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Presents the results of eleven years of in-depth research into the formative years of AA. Granted unprecedented access to the GSO archive, among others, the author reveals the inner workings of the early Fellowship, the conflicts, personalities, failures, and dispels myths of canonical texts.

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Published May, 2021
By Sanjay Gupta and Joseph D. Stern
Publisher: Central Recovery Press
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Intimately explores the impact of personal loss on physicians and the ways in which they integrate it into their professional lives, providing a blueprint for change that places compassion and empathy at the centre of the practice of medicine.

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Published February, 2021
By Nancy L. Johnston
Publisher: Central Recovery Press
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Presents an easy-to-follow method for changing the course of one's relationships. Anyone who has struggled with balancing his or her own needs and desires with those of the "other" person will benefit from these easy-to-implement suggestions. Its format combines psychoeducation, anecdotes, clinical case vignettes, and skills-building exercises.

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Published February, 2021
By Anne McTiernan
Publisher: Central Recovery Press
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The follow-up to Anne McTiernan's 2016 release Starved and differs from other physician memoirs in its themes of motherhood, mental illness, and the perspective of a female physician on how she turned adversity into a strength and set of skills.

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Published November, 2020
By Matthew O'Brien
Publisher: Central Recovery Press
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The follow-up to the bestselling Beneath the Neon, this book shares the harrowing stories of Sin City's most marginalized people, from bottoming out in homelessness to mending relationships with family and adjusting to jobs, housing, and sobriety.

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