Psychology, Mental Health
Depression, Mania, and Psychosis as My Path to Wholeness and Well-Being
by Paul Rubin
Mental health issues are a large part of and embedded in our society, and yet it is continually stigmatized. Furthermore, this stigma can create and reinforce mental health issues in itself. In Depression, Mania, and Psychosis as My Path to ...
The Power of Connection
How to process emotion in turbulent times. by Bea Mackay
In life, there are many things we cannot control, leaving us feeling powerless and defeated. However, what you can control is how you deal with your emotions. In The Power of Connection, psychologist Dr. Bea Mackay explores mental health by teaching ...
Fumes and Fine Dust
Working Under Chemical Assault: Neurological Effects by Vilma Vitanza
In a sense this book wrote itself. Excerpts from journals written over nineteen years of workplace exposure to chemicals depict the images and struggles within a gradually deteriorating brain that had once been completely functional. The author's ...
Being A Teen Is Easy...Said No One Ever!
overcoming challenge by Bella Hachey
It’s hard to take help when it’s offered to you—trusting someone just off their word isn't the easiest of things. When Bella Hachey was a teenager, she struggled with bullying, anxiety, OCD, depression, panic attacks, and seizures. At the time, ...
Secrets of Psychotherapy
An Insider's Report by Stuart A Ross
The Secrets of Psychotherapy Insider’s Report Includes: • Insider secrets as stepping stones on a therapeutic journey • A visual map of the primary targets of common psychotherapies • Exercises to sample therapeutic skills and experiences • The ...
The Addiction Recovery Handbook
Understanding Addiction and Culture and Creating a Prosperous Human Spirit by Richard W. Clark
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 ...
The Compassionate Supervisor
by Tracy Miles
Right now more than ever before, in the aftermath of COVID health care workers need support. The Compassionate Supervisor advocates for a different type of leadership for front line workers, particularly those working in mental health. The book ...
One Meltdown at a Time by Jeremy Tolmie, Dave Ray and Joel Mark Harris
“I was tired of feeling this way. I was tired of everything, and I just wanted it to end . . . What would happen if I lit the entire place on fire? What if I just stayed perfectly still and did nothing?” Kicking ASSpergers is the triumphant memoir ...
Learning to Be a Parent With a Mental Health Disorder by Jason Adams
“In many ways, this book is the resource I wish I had had.” How do you make time for therapy while raising kids? How do you tell the difference between healthy parental instincts and OCD symptoms? How does OCD affect parenting, and what can be ...
Africans Making Canada Home by Chifuka M Chundu
Imagine walking one-thousand kilometres to cross the border from war-torn South Sudan into Ethiopia, eventually seeking asylum in Canada. Or moving from Ghana to Quebec as a child, not speaking English or French, and being one of the few Black ...