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  1. You Can Change How You Feel

    Gerald Kranzler

    Resource / OCT 2018

    Men are disturbed not by things, but by the views which they take of them.

    -Epictetus



    Do you often feel stuck up to your axle in problems? Do you feel anxious,... read more »
  2. War and Moral Injury

    Robert Emmet Meagher, Douglas A. Pryer

    Cascade / APR 2018

    All royalties from the sale of this book are being donated to Warfighter Advance, http://www.warfighteradvance.org



    Moral Injury has been called the “signature... read more »
  3. Voices

    Patrice Carolyn Forrester

    Resource / OCT 2016

    Finding the courage to give voice to stories of trauma, oppression, and internal shame is often difficult, but also is the first step to healing and freedom. This collection of documentary poems... read more »
  4. Toward a Christian Clinical Psychology

    Louis Hoffman

    Wipf and Stock / OCT 2015

  5. Time, Love, and Licorice

    David H. Rosen, MD

    Wipf and Stock / JUL 2015

    The attic is a wondrous place. It is a place to fix things: Dad's workshop is there, and Henry's special corner, which hides his secret supply of building blocks. When his soldier father comes back... read more »
  6. The Wisdom of Wildflowers

    Heather Robbins

    Resource / OCT 2016

    Heather Robbins lived twenty-five years on a cattle ranch on the Canada prairies, and spent many hours outside walking through fields and pastures, hills and valleys. She found beauty and... read more »
  7. The Truth about False Memory Syndrome

    James G. Friesen

    Wipf and Stock / AUG 2019

    When psychologists began hearing adults tell harrowing tales of childhood abuse, some dismissed the stories as false. Other therapists, however, recognized that the hidden memories might indicate... read more »
  8. The Resourceful Self

    Donald Capps

    Cascade / OCT 2014

    Erik Erikson, best known for his life-cycle theory and concept of the identity crisis, proposed that we are comprised of a number of selves. In several earlier books, including At Home in the... read more »
  9. The Psychology of Habit according to William Ockham

    Oswald Fuchs

    Wipf and Stock / APR 2016

    "The facts concerning habit are a commonplace of our every-day existence. All our ordinary actions, like walking, eating, speaking, and the others, are attributable, in part at least, to acquired... read more »
  10. The Impact of Watching Violent Television Programs on Secondary School Children in Tanzania

    Watson Lupogo Masiba

    Resource / JUN 2016

    Violent television programs are highly preferred by children. They stimulate their emotions and increase curiosity about violence-related issues. This means that watching violent television... read more »

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