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Fredrike P. Bannink
Handbook of Positive Supervision
for Supervisors, Facilitators, and Peer Groups
2015, xii + 204 pp.
An essential reference and tool-kit for treating trauma survivors – now
updated and even more comprehensive.
Jonathan S. Abramowitz, Ryan J. Jacoby
Disorder in Adults
Advances in Psychotherapy–
Evidence-Based Practice, Vol. 31
2015, viii + 108 pp.
Rachel P. Winograd, Kenneth J. Sher
Binge Drinking and Alcohol Misuse
Among College Students
and Young Adults
Advances in Psychotherapy–
Evidence-Based Practice, Vol. 32
2015, vi + 92 pp.
This clearly written, practical handbook describes an innovative and
successful approach to individual, group, and peer supervision that is suitable for use in any environment (clinical, corporate, educational, health,
governmental, community): positive supervision.
Sample pages at
Ric M. Procyshyn, Kalyna Z.
Bezchlibnyk-Butler, J. Joel Jeffries (Eds.)
Clinical Handbook of
21st ed. coming May 2015, iv + 400 pp. +
50 pp. of printable PDF patient information
sheets, spiral-bound, large format
ISBN 978-0-88937-474-4, US $98.00
The classic reference to psychotropic medications, with substantial revisions
and updates: packed with new and expanded comparison charts, the latest
drugs, a new chapter on pharmacogenomics, and a new section with NbN
(Neuroscience-based Nomenclature) classification of psychotropics!
Anna B. Baranowsky, J. Eric Gentry
Tools for Stabilization and Recovery
2015, xii + 204 pp.,
How much more likely optimistic people are
to be in “ideal cardiovascular health” than
pessimistic people are, according to a new study
in the journal Health Behavior and Policy Review.
The number of U.S.
teens who died of
suicide by firearm
in 2013, according
to a Brady Center
to Prevent Gun
Violence analysis of fatal injury data from the
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
That’s the highest number of teen suicides by
firearm since 2001, according to the report.
How much more Medicaid, Medicare and
private insurers pay to treat patients with
chronic medical and co-morbid mental health/
substance use disorder conditions compared
with patients without the co-morbid conditions,
according to an analysis by the National
Council for Behavioral Health.
The percentage of Americans who believe
that mental health and addiction in the United
States is a “serious problem” and requires
“significant” or “radical” changes, according
to a public opinion poll commissioned by the
Kennedy Center for Mental Health Policy and
Research at the Morehouse University School
By the numbers