READING LIST


1)   Burns, D., 1989, The Feeling Good Handbook. New York: W. Morrow.
2)   Styron, W., 1990, Darkness Made Visible. New York: Random House.
3)   Gold, Mark S., 1987, Good News About Depression. New York: Bantam Books
4)   Viscott, D., 1977, The Language of Feelings. New York: Pocket Books

                              BIPOLAR DISORDER

5) Miklowitz, D., 2002, Bipolar Disorder, A Survivors Guide. New York: Guilford
6) McManamy, J., 2006, Living Well with Depression and Bipolar Disorder; What
   your doctor doesn’t tell you that you need to know. Harper Collins Publishers: New
   York: Harper Collins Publishers.
7) Rosenfeld, N., Gaucett, J., & Golden, B., 2007. New Hope for People with Bipolar
   Disorder: Your Friendly, Authoritative Guide to the Latest Traditional and
   Complimentary Solutions. (includes Chapter 12: Living with People with Bipolar
   Disorder). New York: Three Rivers Press.


8) Edmund, B, Ph.D., 1995, The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook. Oakland: New
    Harbinger Publications (includes Chapter Six: Coping with Panic Attacks)
9) McKay, M., Davis, M., Fanning, P. Ph.D., 1981, Thoughts and Feelings. The Art of
    Cognitive Stress Intervention. Oakland: New Harbinger Publications (Chapter
    3:Combating Distorted Thinking; 15 Styles of Cognitive Distortions)
10) Williams, M.B., & Poijula, S., 2002, The PTSD Workbook: Simple, Effective
    Techniques for Overcoming Traumatic Stress Symptoms. New Harbinger
11) Baer, L., 1991, 2000, Getting Control: Overcoming Your Obsessions and
    Compulsions. Plume Publisher.
12) Hyman, B., and Pedrick, C. (2005). The OCD Workbook: Your Guide to
    Breaking Free from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Oakland. New Harbinger


13) Kolf, J. 2001. When Will I Stop Hurting? Dealing with a Recent Death. MI. Baker
14) Brown, R. 1999. Surviving the Loss of a Loved One: Living Through Grief.
15) Grollman, E 1995. Living When a Loved One Has Died. Beacon Press.
16) Standacher, C., 1985, Beyond Grief: A Guide for Recovering from the Death of a
    Loved One. Oakland, GA: New Harbinger Publications
17) Friedman, J., 1993, The Grief Recovery Handbook. Harper Perennial Publisher.
18) Bloomfield, Colgrove & McWilliams. 2000. How to Survive the Loss of a Love.
    Prelude Press..
19) Prend, A., 1997, Transcending Loss: Understanding the Lifelong Impact of Grief
    and How to Make it Meaningful. New York: Berkley Books


20) Sells, S. 2001, Parenting Your Out-of-Control Teenager: 7 Steps to Reinstating
    Authority and Reclaiming Love. New York: St. Martin's Press
21) Glasser, H. and Easley, J. 1998/2008. Transforming The Difficult Child: The
    Nurtured Heart Approach. Tuscon. Glasser & Easley.

                    Adult Children of Alcoholic Parents (ACA)

22) Woititz, J. 1990. Adult Children of Alcoholics. Deerfield Beach. Health
    Communications, Inc.
23) Black, C. 2002. It Will Never Happen To Me. Bainbridge Island. MAC

                      Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

24) Hallowell, E., and Ratey, J. (1995) Driven to Distraction: Recognizing and
    Coping with Attention Deficit Disorder from Childhood Through Adulthood.
    New York. Touchstone.
25) ADHD Warehouse Catelogue (

24) Harley, W. 2002. 5 Steps to Romantic Love: A Workbook for Readers of Love
    Busters, His, Needs, Her Needs. Grand Rapids. Revell Books.
26) Hendrix, H & Hunt, H. 2003. Getting the Love You Want Workbook: The New
Couples’ Study Guide. New York. Atria Books.

                                Children’s Readings

27).Mathews, B. 2006. What to Do When You Worry Too Much: A Did’s Guide to
Overcoming Anxiety. Washington, DC. Magination Press
28). Mills, J. 2003. Gentle Willow: A Story for Children About Dying. Washington,
DC. Magination Press.
29). Galvin M. and Weber M. 2007. Clouds and Clocks: A Story for Children Who
Soil. Washington, DC Magination Press.

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