Books: Self-help, bibliotherapy and book prescription

Here are references relating to different types of therapeutic interventions we can offer and different types of mental health issues, developmental disorders and other presenting problems.
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Books: Self-help, bibliotherapy and book prescription

Post by maven » Sat Dec 22, 2007 12:56 am

Books that are recommended for self-help or are used in bibliotherapy or book prescription schemes, as recommended by clinpsy members
Each book is linked to Amazon, so you can buy it or get more information by clicking on the title.

Bibliotherapy and Book Prescription

Davies, W. (2000). Overcoming Anger and Irritability

O’ Neil, H. (2006). Managing Anger

Treasure, J. (1997). Breaking Free from Anorexia Nervosa: A Survival Guide for Families, Friends and Sufferers

Kennerly, H. (1997). Overcoming Anxiety

Dickson, A. (1982). A Woman in Your Own Right: Assertiveness and You

McNeill Taylor, L. (2000). Living with Loss

Cooper, P. (1995). Bulimia Nervosa and Binge-Eating: A Guide to Recovery

Fairburn, C. (1995). Overcoming Binge Eating

Gilbert, P. (2000). Overcoming Depression

Greenberger, D., & Padesky ,C (1995). Mind over Mood

Burns, D. (2000). The Feeling Good Handbook

Blaszczynski, A.(1998). Overcoming Compulsive Gambling

Dryden W., & Gordon, J. (1994). How to Cope When the Going Gets Tough

Lindenfield, G. (2000). Emotional Confidence: Simple Steps to Managing Your Feelings

Head Injury
Powell, T. (2004). Head Injury: A Practical Guide

Health Anxiety
Zgourides, G. (2002). Stop Worrying About Your Health!

Bipolar Disorder
Scott, J. (2001). Overcoming Mood Swings

Obsessions and Compulsions
Tallis, F. (1992). Understanding Obsessions and Compulsions (Overcoming Common Problems)

Silove, D. (1997). Overcoming Panic

Ingham, C. (2000). Panic Attacks: What They Are, Why They Happen and What You Can Do About Them

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Herbert C., & Wetmore, A. (1999). Overcoming Traumatic Stress (Self-help)

Self Esteem
Fenell, M. (1999). Overcoming Low Self-esteem: Self-help Guide Using Cognitive Behavioural Techniques

Burns, D. (2000). The Feeling Good Handbook

Field, L. (2001). Self Esteem for Women: A Practical Guide to Love, Intimacy and Success

Burns, D. (2000). 10 Days to Great Self-esteem: 10 Easy Steps to Brighten Your Moods and Discovering the Joy in Everyday Living

Survivors of sexual Abuse
Ainscough, C., & Toon, K. (2000). Breaking Free: Help for Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse

Bass, E., & Davis, L. (2003). Beginning to Heal (Revised Edition): A First Book for Men and Women Who Were Sexually Abused as Children

Bass E., & Davis, L. (2002). The Courage to Heal: A Guide for Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse

Social Anxiety
Butler, G. (2001). Overcoming Social Anxiety and Shyness: A Self-Help Guide Using Cognitive Behavioral Techniques

Davis, M., Eschelman E. R., & Mackay, M. (2001). The Relaxation and Stress Reduction Workbook

Looker,T., & Gregson, O. (2003). Teach Yourself Managing Stress (Teach Yourself Health & Well-being)

Tallis, F. (1990). How to Stop Worrying

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