Bad Boys: Sexual Addiction or Entitlement? explores the difference between the outrageous sexual behavior of some
noted powerful politicians and celebrities and the desperate behavior and treatment of sexual addicts.
Six Types of Sexual Addiction: Interview with Douglas Weiss, PhD describes six different types of sexual addictions
and provides tools that can be used for assessment and treatment.
Strength-Based Mental Health Counseling for Children with ADHD presents an integrative model of Adlerian play therapy
and adventure-based counseling (ABC) that extends beyond traditional talk therapy, fosters a strength-based perspective,
and is action-oriented and dynamic.
Bipolar: A Review of Evidence-Based Therapeutic Interventions for Bipolar Disorder examines psychoeducational
interventions along with three evidence-based interventions that address the complexity of bipolar disorder.
Differential Diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder from Bipolar Disorder discusses strategies for the differential
diagnosis of borderline personlaity disorder from bipolar disorder.
Therapistís Guide to Brief Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is designed for mental health practitioners
who want to establish a solid foundation of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) skills.
Interviewing Children describes childrenís developmental stages and age-appropriate interviewing techniques
that can be used in child custody evaluations and in assessing a childís safety and well-being.
Understanding Children's Art examines the use of art to encourage traumatized and bereaved children
to tell the story of
the events they have experienced.
Bereavement among African Americans and Latino/a Americans examines cultural issues related to assessment
and intervention and suggests questions for health providers to ask that show respect for a familyís cultural heritage.
Depression and Suicide
Suicide Crisis Intervention Model with 25 Practical Strategies for Implementation contains 25 practical,
hands-on strategies for counselors to assist in their interactions with suicidal clients.
Ethics and Risk Management: E-mail Communication - Issues for Mental Health Counselors looks at e-mail
communication between counselor and client with special attention to challenges that counselors face
in communicating by e-mail.
Ethics and Risk Management: Licensing Board Adjudications/Sanctions and Gifts from Clients describes
licensing board adjudications and sanctions and illustrates ways to decline gifts or tips from clients.
Ethics and Risk Management: Social Media and the Internet includes interviews with two experts who discuss
some of the ethical and legal challenges that confront clinicians using the Internet and social media.
Ethics: Confidentiality discusses ethical guidelines pertaining to privacy and confidentiality
and recommends specific ways to manage patient confidentially that protect the client from disclosure.
Ethics: Spiritual Issues in Clinical Practice focuses on ethical questions that arise out of the incorporation
of spirituality into a clinical practice.
Attachment Issues in Foster Children discusses the effects of early loss in a childís life and describes
how to use drawings and stories in assessing the attachment status of a child.
Grandparents Raising Grandchildren focuses on the phenomenon of grandparents
raising grandchildren from an attachment perspective.
Issues in Foster Care: Overview of Attachment Theory provides an overview of attachment theory.
Psychotherapy with Traumatized Foster Children identifies ways in which the therapist can help the caretaker
develop empathy for and invest in the child.
Grief and Loss
Grief: A Narrative-Constructivist Approach identifies techniques that can be used to help clients complete
unfinished business with persons who have died.
Grief: Parent Loss in Childhood and Adolescence describes the mourning process for children and teens
who have lost a parent and discusses the therapistís role in the grieving process.
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and Related Disorders: A Comprehensive Survey presents a comprehensive survey
on obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and obsessive-compulsive related disorders (OCRDs) and their clinical
management via literature review, critical analysis and synthesis.
Chronic Pain: Biological Understanding and Treatment Suggestions reviews evidence-based counseling
approaches for working with clients who are in pain.
Clinical Excellence: Interview with Scott Miller, PhD outlines steps that therapists can take to determine
their level of performance, develop a plan of deliberate practice to improve outcomes, and set specific target
behaviors the therapist wants to change.
Key Elements in Couples Therapy with Veterans with Combat-Related Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
describes the effects of PTSD on intimate relationships and ways to implement effective interventions with couples.
PTSD #1: Differential Diagnosis - Interview with Hugh F. Johnston, MD discusses the DSM-IV-TR criteria and
distinguishing symptoms used to diagnose PTSD.
PTSD #9: Posttraumatic Growth - Interview with Bill O'Hanlon, MS, LMFT presents alternative perspectives on the development
of trauma-related disorders and offers three specific actions that can promote posttraumatic growth and success.
Supervision: Clinical Supervision - Principles and Practice outlines principles of clinical supervision and guidelines
for supervisors, addresses such issues as cultural competence, ethics, and documentation, and provides information
on various methods of monitoring and observing clinical performance.