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The Theory and Practice of Group Psychotherapy

Hailed by Jerome Frank as "the best book that exists on the subject, today and for the foreseeable future," Irvin D. Yalom's The Theory and Practice of Group Psychotherapy has long been the standard text in its field. Indeed, in earlier survey reported in the American Journal of Psychiatry, it was cited as on of the ten most influential psychiatry publications of that decade.


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The Trauma of War

The Trauma of War: Stress and Recovery of Vietnam Veterans is a unique psychiatric source book. This volume provides a scientific account of the psychological ravages of the war in Vietnam on the men and women who served there, but throughout the book reverberates the troubled voices of these veterans-and the sensitive voices of the mental health professionals who have been directly affected by their work with these veterans.

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Tormenting Thoughts and Secret Rituals: The Hidden Epidemic of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Howard Hughes had it. So did historical figures Martin Luther and Ignatius of Loyola. They all suffered from obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) as do over five million Americans who need to know that there is now hope and help.

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Truth From Darkness

An exhibition of works by artists with mental illness. "Truth from Darkness" is foremost an art exhibit. Not only have the artists created pieces for the show, but the biographies and comments originate exclusively from them. Who better to discuss the inter-relationship of their work, their illness and their lives?

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Turbo Max

There is one thing that Rick wants this summer, a Turbo Max remote control car. When his parents buy him a diary instead, Rick knows it's going to be a long summer.

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Twists and Turns

This narrative is a reflection of the author's courage, perseverance, and love that vitalized her family's struggle to survive the havoc of mental illness. The writing does not convey the sense of real emotion, the tears and joys and yes, the faith that helped (the author) through difficult times.

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Understanding Depression

When Understanding Depression was first published over ten years ago, it quickly became a trusted guide for the millions of Americans suffering from depression. Now the long-awaited revised and expanded second edition of this definitive and readable book is available to a new generation of those struggling with depression and their families.

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What You Must Think of Me

A professor of clinical psychiatry and a woman whose life has been adversely impacted by social anxiety disorder provide a unique view of the condition and its treatment in this slim volume.

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When Do I Get to Come Home?

This marvelous book is a once-source guide for families affected by mental illness. This book offers direction on how to cope with a stricken family member. Exact information about services needed -- costs for mental illness services -- how to get money to cover these costs.

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Where are the Cocoa Puffs?

Where Are the Cocoa Puffs? is a coming of age story. It provides an authentic look at a teenager, her family, and friends who struggle to come to terms with the onset of her mental illness and to find a balance between hope and acceptance. Read it for its own sake. Read it to learn. It speaks to many truths. -- Michael J. Fitzpatrick, MSW Executive Director, NAMI National

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