Working With Parents of
A Practitioner’s Guide
Timothy A. Cavell
This book discusses respon-
sive parent therapy, which is designed for fami-
lies with aggressive school-age children. 2000.
Book: 267 pages • Exam: 50 items
EXAM ITEM# 1080061 $135
BOOK ITEM# 431631A $21.95
Heart and Mind
The Practice of
Edited by Robert Allan and Jeffrey Fisher
This second edition distills this research, providing chapters by the world’s foremost authorities on the major psychosocial risk factors
linked with heart disease, including depression,
social isolation and anger, as well as several
emerging factors, such as Type D (distressed)
personality, anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder, and vital exhaustion. 2011.
Book: 524 pages • Exam: 80 items
Clinical Essentials of Pain
Robert J. Gatchel
This book lays out an empiri-
cally documented program
for treating patients experiencing acute and
chronic pain, two common symptoms in mod-
ern society. 2005.
Book: 299 page • Exam: 64 items
EXAM ITEM# 1080098 $105
BOOK ITEM# 4317053 $39.95
Relationships With Medical
Nancy Breen Ruddy, Dorothy A. Borresen, and
William B. Gunn, Jr.
The Collaborative Psychotherapist provides
step-by-step guidance on how psychotherapists
can work with their medical colleagues on a
routine basis. 2008.
Book: 266 pages • Exam: 50 items