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  • Social Psychology and Social Change in Nigeria

    A Systematic Evaluation of Government Social Policies and Programs by

    Governments in the developing nations of Africa invest much of their countries’ scarce resources in social and economic development programs, often without much evaluation of the programs or any knowledge of the potential outcomes. Social Psychology ...


  • Song Over Silence

    A Story About Finding My Voice While Healing Child Incest Abuse by

    In this gripping, unflinching, and ultimately hopeful memoir, author Jill Dyann Bittle shares her harrowing journey of recovery from incest abuse at the hands of her paternal grandfather. She brings light to a dark topic that is often shrouded in ...


  • Be a Change Agent

    Leadership in a Time of Exponential Change by

    Are you painfully aware of the mismatch between outdated approaches and our rapidly evolving world? Dr. Dele Ola looks unflinchingly at the problem of resisting change and offers a wealth of expert guidance on how to embrace positive growth and ...


  • Hometown Asylum

    A History and Memoir of Institutional Care by

    Starting in 1911, and for many years, the Alberta Hospital Ponoka, or AHP, was the largest and highest-population psychiatric institution in the Western Canadian Province of Alberta. It was also located on the outskirts of Jack Martin’s hometown, ...


  • The Collaborative Path

    6 Steps for Better Communication, Problem-Solving, and Decision-Making by

    This book presents a simple six step model that anyone can incorporate anywhere for better communication, problem-solving and decision-making. This ground-breaking approach promises to reduce tension and conflict wherever it’s employed. The ...


  • The Rational Emotive Train

    by

    A helpful and inspiring guidebook that provides key strategies for a cognitive path toward improving self-esteem and managing emotions. Filled with useful tips and tools to resolve stress, emotional turmoil, and issues with relationships, The ...


  • A Therapist's Guide To Treating Bipolar Disorder With Hypnosis

    An Introduction to Environmental Stress-Targeted Therapy by

    A new and effective psychotherapeutic treatment for persons affected by Bipolar I and Bipolar II Disorder is now available for therapists to put into practice. Clinical Hypnotherapist Meera Duncan has developed Environmental Stress-Targeted Therapy ...


  • The Addiction Recovery Handbook

    Understanding Addiction and Culture and Creating a Prosperous Human Spirit by

    What Richard Clark presents in The Addiction Recovery Handbook: Understanding Addiction and Culture is long overdue. Since 1939, Bill Wilson’s important and influential books, Alcoholics Anonymous and AA’s Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, have ...


  • Launching Solo

    The First Year of Single People’s Retirement by

    Contrary to simplistic portrayals of either blissful relaxation or bewildered depression, adjusting to retirement is every bit as complex and ambiguous as life’s other transitions. In Launching Solo, six retirees describe what actually happened ...


  • Psychiatry Declining

    Myths, Neuroscience and the Loss of Self by

    People suffering from mental illnesses are among the most vulnerable of our society’s unfortunates. They deserve our support and care. While the clinical care they receive from front-line psychiatrists and other clinicians is generally good in the ...