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    Activities for Teaching Statistics and Research Methods: A Guide for Psychology Instructors

    Edited by Stowell, Jeffrey R.; Addison, William E.

    This book offers original, classroom-tested activities to teach high school and undergraduate students essential concepts in research methods and statistics.

    Copyright: 2017 | Softcover

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    Cognitive–Behavioral Therapy, Second Edition

    By Craske, Michelle G.

    This revised edition provides updated coverage of the literature that explores the theory, history, therapy process, primary change mechanisms, and empirical basis of the cognitive–behavioral therapy approach.

    Copyright: 2017 | Softcover

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    Adlerian Psychotherapy

    By Carlson, Jon; Englar-Carlson, Matt

    This book provides an introduction and overview to Alfred Adler's person-centered approach to psychotherapy. In Adler's view, all behavior has social meaning, and the socio-cultural context of a person's life is a driving influence on their mental health and life experiences.

    Copyright: 2017 | Softcover

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    Supervision Essentials for Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy

    By Prenn, Natasha C. N.; Fosha, Diana

    In this comprehensive guide, Natasha Prenn and Diana Fosha offer a model of clinical supervision that is based on the Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy approach.

    Copyright: 2017 | Softcover

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    Starting Your Career in Academic Psychology

    By Sternberg, Robert J.

    This book helps early-career academic psychologists jump-start their careers and lay a solid foundation for tenure and promotion.

    Copyright: 2017 | Softcover

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    What Psychology Majors Could (and Should) Be Doing, Second Edition: A Guide to Research Experience, Professional Skills, and Your Options After College

    By Silvia, Paul J.; Delaney, Peter F.; Marcovitch, Stuart

    This book steers undergraduate psychology majors to the experiences outside the classroom that will build their professional portfolio and show prospective employers and grad school programs that they have the desired skills for these pursuits.

    Copyright: 2017 | Softcover

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    Emotion-Focused Therapy, Revised Edition

    By Greenberg, Leslie S.

    This book provides an introduction to the theory, history, research, and practice of the emotion-centered, humanistic approach to psychotherapy.

    Copyright: 2017 | Softcover

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    Supervision Essentials for Integrative Psychotherapy

    By Norcross, John C.; Popple, Leah M.

    This book presents a form of integrative clinical supervision that is applicable to integrative and single-system psychotherapy alike.

    Copyright: 2017 | Softcover

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    Supervision Essentials for Emotion-Focused Therapy

    By Greenberg, Leslie S.; Tomescu, Liliana Ramona

    This book introduces a model of supervision that is founded on the same fundamental principles as emotion-focused therapy therapy: a safe supervisory alliance and relationship, an agreed-upon focus for each supervision session, and the identification of appropriate task markers.

    Copyright: 2017 | Softcover

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    Supervision Essentials for the Practice of Competency-Based Supervision

    By Falender, Carol A.; Shafranske, Edward P.

    This book shows readers how to identify, assess, and track the knowledge, specific skills, broad attitudes, and human values that undergird a series of professional competencies in areas such as professional values, sensitivity to individual and cultural differences, ethical and legal standards, self-care, scientific knowledge and methods, applying evidence-based practice, and more.

    September 2016 | Softcover

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