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Addiction Treatment & Recovery


Cost: $54
Credits: 11
8 Keys to Recovery from An Eating Disorder

by Carolyn Costin and Gwen Schubert Grabb

If you work with clients who restrict their eating, binge, purge, excessively diet or weigh themselves, exercise compulsively, or engage routinely and obsessively in any other food or weight related behaviors, this book is for you.


Cost: $55
Credits: 8
Addiction and Grace

by Gerald G. May, M.D.

The course/text looks at the processes of attachment that frequently result in addiction and examines the relationship between addiction and spiritual awareness. It considers addiction as a broader issue that involves a range of behaviors far beyond alcohol and drugs to include work, sex, performance, responsibility, and intimacy. Drawing on his experience as a psychiatrist working with the chemically dependent, May emphasizes that addiction represents an attempt to assert complete control over ones life.


Cost: $40
Credits: 5
The Addictions Recovery Workbook

by James E. Phelan

The Addictions Recovery Workbook provides a diversity of exercises clinicians can assign to facilitate healing, discussion and accountability. This workbook provides tools for overcoming the inherent barriers in the recovery process allowing the addict to advance in his or her recovery.


Cost: $44
Credits: 9
NEW! Finding Your Moral Compass: Transformative Principles to Guide You in Recovery and Life

by Craig M. Makken, MSW, LCSW, LMFT

For licensed clinical social workers, addiction professionals, marriage and family therapists, any mental health professional working with clients in recovery or clients having questions about their ability to make good choices. Clients who have pursued drugs, alcohol, workaholism, gambling, sex, shopping, eating to where their choices and actions leave the line between right and wrong blurred in the wake of such obsessive pursuits.


Cost: $50
Credits: 8
Hidden Addictions

by Marilyn Freimuth

This book is intended for the professional in the mental health fields who, whether they currently know it or not, work with persons who have or may develop addictions. Close attention is paid to the reasons why addictions often go unrecognized in psychotherapy. This book is an excellent resource for learning about structured as well as interview-based methods of addiction assessment.


Cost: $34
Credits: 7
NEW! The Mindfulness Workbook for Addiction: A Guide to Coping with the Grief, Stress, and Anger that Trigger Addictive Behaviors

by Rebecca Williams, PhD and Julie Kraft MA, LMFT

This course, based on the workbook by Rebecca Williams, Ph.D. and Julie Kraft, LMFT, presents a comprehensive approach to working with clients in recovery from addictive behaviors.


Cost: $64
Credits: 13
Motivational Interviewing in the Treatment of Psychological Problems

edited by Arkowitz, West, Miller, Rollnick, PhDs

Motivational Interviewing (MI) is increasingly being used to help people with a wide range of psychological problems. This cutting-edge volume brings together leading experts to present novel applications of MI in mental health practice. Highly practical, but grounded in theory and research, the book provides a wealth of effective strategies for helping clients resolve ambivalence and mobilize their energy, commitment, and personal resources for change.


Cost: $34
Credits: 6
Radical Recovery: 12 Recovery Myths: The Addiction Survivor’s Guide To The Twelve Steps

by Jack Kelly, CAP, NLP, LHMP

In his book, RADICAL RECOVERY: Twelve Recovery Myths – The Addiction Survivor’s Guide To The Twelve Steps, Jack Kelly, CAP, NLP, LHMP, states: 'Addiction is a game – a very old game, Russian Roulette, with new weapons: Pills, alcohol, and drugs.'


Cost: $19
Credits: 4
NEW! The Stages of Change Workbook: Practical Exercises for Personal Awareness and Change

by Dr. James E. Phelan

This workbook can be helpful to anyone undecided about change, striving to stay focused or desiring increased awareness and personal growth. The exercises can be applied to help in the recovery process of addictions and or to many of the struggles clients bring to therapeutic settings.


Cost: $60
Credits: 12
Substance Abuse and Emotion

edited by Jon D. Kassel

The psychological, physical, and spiritual damage wrought by the misuse of drugs is indisputable. However, there is a recurring debate over the causes of substance abuse that typically divides along two common assumptions: People either abuse drugs and alcohol out of sheer pleasure-seeking drives run amok or to escape or assuage aversive states of comorbid anxiety or depression.


Cost: $34
Credits: 7
NEW! Thinking Simply About Addiction: A Handbook for Recovery

by Richard S. Sandor, M.D.

In a refreshing no-nonsense manner, this insightful, practical guide pinpoints why addictions are so tenacious and how to help clients truly recover. The text uses the experiences of addicts to illuminate the core truth of addiction: It is an involuntary, automatic behavior that, once triggered, leaves the addict feeling totally powerless.


Cost: $50
Credits: 10
Treating Alcohol and Drug Problems in Psychotherapy Practice

by Dr. Arnold M. Washton and Dr. Joan E. Zweben

This book fills a key need by presenting an integrated model for dealing with substance use disorders (SUDs) in an office-based practice. Flexible, nondogmatic and practical, the text focuses on 'what works' in addressing SUDs from initial assessment through early, middle, and the later states of treatment.


Cost: $0
Credits: 1
Treating Co-Occurring Disorders

by Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration: TIP 42

This Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) identifies key elements of treatment planning and programming for co-occurring substance use (abuse or dependence) and mental disorders (COD) in substance abuse treatment. While the needs and functioning of substance abuse treatment are accentuated, the elements described have relevance for mental health clinicians and agencies that seek to coordinate mental health and substance abuse services for their clients who need both.


Cost: $60
Credits: 10
Treating Patients With Alcohol And Other Drug Problems: An Integrated Approach

Robert D. Margolis, PhD and Joan E. Zweben, PhD

This NEW:SECOND EDITION course presents an integrated approach to the treatment of alcohol and other drug (AOD) problems. This integrated approach broadens the perspectives of experienced and early career professionals alike. Practitioners from independent practice to public and private clinics will find the information beneficial.

Assertiveness Training


Cost: $44
Credits: 9
NEW! Emotional Vampires: Dealing with People Who Drain You Dry--'Revised and Expanded 2nd Edition'

by Albert J. Bernstein, PhD

Dr. Bernstein will help you and your clients see the self-serving Narcissists, hedonistic Antisocials, exhausting Paranoids, or over-the-top drama queens. He shares valuable advice, psychological perspectives, and much needed humor as he gives clinicians a range of defense strategies that will keep the blood-sucking creatures of darkness from draining them dry. This course is based on the 2nd edition (2012), of this well received book.


Cost: $44
Credits: 8
Speaking the Truth in Love: A Christian Approach to Assertiveness

by Henry Virkler, PhD

Some assertiveness books wrestle with the biblical perspective and encourage clients to be assertive but never get to the behavioral steps to take for success. This book lays out those steps while addressing the cognitive-thinking and self-talk changes, which must occur for clients who want to go from a passive lifestyle to a more assertive lifestyle.

Boundary Work


Cost: $55
Credits: 11
Boundaries in Marriage

by Henry Cloud and John Townsend

Boundaries in Marriage is a natural extension of the principles developed by Drs. Henry Cloud and John Townsend in their breakthrough text, Boundaries. However, there is no need for clinicians to read the first book prior to mastering Boundaries in Marriage.


Cost: $45
Credits: 9
Boundaries with Kids

by Henry Cloud and John Townsend

Boundaries with Kids emerged from the award-winning boundary work of Drs. Henry Cloud and John Townsend. Indeed, the same premise is the foundation for all the books: boundaries are similar to property lines, they help people figure out what belongs to them and what belongs to someone else.


Cost: $60
Credits: 12
Boundaries with Teens

by Dr. John Townsend

Dr. John Townsend draws from the principles of his best-selling book, Boundaries and incorporates new and exciting concepts from a Christian faith perspective that will help them practically guide parents in the task of parenting teenagers. The course will provide valuable tools in the therapist’s ability to help parents set healthy limits, realistic consequences, and to be loving and caring while establishing these rules.


Cost: $60
Credits: 12
Boundaries: When to Say Yes and When to Say No

by Henry Cloud and John Townsend

Boundaries is the seminal text on getting one’s life under control. Evidence of this book striking a common human chord is confirmed by sales of more than 700,000 copies and the spawning of specific issue volumes such as Boundaries in Marriage, Boundaries with Kids and Boundaries in Dating.


Cost: $44
Credits: 9
NEW! Emotional Vampires: Dealing with People Who Drain You Dry--'Revised and Expanded 2nd Edition'

by Albert J. Bernstein, PhD

Dr. Bernstein will help you and your clients see the self-serving Narcissists, hedonistic Antisocials, exhausting Paranoids, or over-the-top drama queens. He shares valuable advice, psychological perspectives, and much needed humor as he gives clinicians a range of defense strategies that will keep the blood-sucking creatures of darkness from draining them dry. This course is based on the 2nd edition (2012), of this well received book.


Cost: $49
Credits: 10
The Emotionally Abusive Relationship

by Beverly Engel

In this breakthrough book, Beverly Engel, one of the world’s leading experts on the subject of 'emotional abuse' defines what it is and what to do about it. The text will help clinicians identify emotional abuse and how to find the roots of the behavior.


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
Ethics Desk Reference for Psychologists

by Jeffrey Barnett, PsyD and W. Brad Johnson, PhD

The Ethics Desk Reference for Psychologists is an easy-to-use pocket guide that aids psychologists in identifying and avoiding ethical dilemmas. Barnett and Johnson provide a jargon-free summary of each section of the APA Ethics Code, note common dilemmas and conflicts that are associated with each section, and offer practical suggestions for preventing conflict and for promoting positive practice.


Cost: $59
Credits: 15
Reading the Room: Group Dynamics for Coaches and Leaders

by David Kantor, PhD

This course aims to enrich psychologists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, mental health professionals, addiction professionals, consultants, coaches and serious leaders in the understanding of communication within their teams through the use of structural dynamics theory.


Cost: $44
Credits: 8
Speaking the Truth in Love: A Christian Approach to Assertiveness

by Henry Virkler, PhD

Some assertiveness books wrestle with the biblical perspective and encourage clients to be assertive but never get to the behavioral steps to take for success. This book lays out those steps while addressing the cognitive-thinking and self-talk changes, which must occur for clients who want to go from a passive lifestyle to a more assertive lifestyle.

Bullying


Cost: $14
Credits: 3
The Bully Vaccine

by Jennifer Hancock

The Bully Vaccine is a book that takes an operant conditioning approach to the problem of bullying. It explores not only how to use operant conditioning to essentially train bullies to stop, but also provides detailed information on what resources victims of bullying can access as they learn how to get a bully to stop and leave them alone.

Clinical Disorders and Treatment


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
NEW! 76 Typical Therapy Mistakes: A Workbook for Psychotherapists

by Gerald Schoenewolf, Ph.D.

76 TYPICAL THERAPY MISTAKES is a workbook for psychotherapists of all types, providing them with an instructive as well as entertaining way to avoid the common pitfalls of practicing psychotherapy. It is based on actual research on the typical mistakes therapists have made through the years.


Cost: $54
Credits: 11
8 Keys to Recovery from An Eating Disorder

by Carolyn Costin and Gwen Schubert Grabb

If you work with clients who restrict their eating, binge, purge, excessively diet or weigh themselves, exercise compulsively, or engage routinely and obsessively in any other food or weight related behaviors, this book is for you.


Cost: $54
Credits: 11
ACT Made Simple: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

by Russ Harris, MD

ACT Made Simple is a practical and entertaining primer, ideal for ACT newcomers and experienced ACT professionals alike. The text offers clear explanations of the six ACT processes and a set of real-world tips and solutions for rapidly implementing them in your practice. This book gives clinicians everything they need to start using ACT with their clients for positive results.


Cost: $59
Credits: 15
The Bipolar Disorder Survival Guide: What You and Your Family Need to Know

by David J. Miklowitz, Ph.D.

This is the SECOND EDITION (NEW): of Dr. Miklowitz's popular and professionally acclaimed primer on diagnosing and treating Bipolar Disorders. This edition updates the clician on current diagnostic techniques, how to lay the foundation for effective treatment, the efficacy of medications and psychotherapy, relapse prevention and practical strategies for staying well. This edition has added a chapter exclusively focused on the female experience, and treatment for a Bipolar Disorder.


Cost: $55
Credits: 9
Breaking Through Depression

by Donald P. Hall

This book uses models of body, mind, and spirit to describe the problem of depression and what can be done to overcome it. The ‘brain’ models are constructed of cellular structures and chemical networks. The ‘mind’ models are built on a foundation of three basic emotional needs.


Cost: $49
Credits: 10
The Emotionally Abusive Relationship

by Beverly Engel

In this breakthrough book, Beverly Engel, one of the world’s leading experts on the subject of 'emotional abuse' defines what it is and what to do about it. The text will help clinicians identify emotional abuse and how to find the roots of the behavior.


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
Fear of the Abyss: Healing the Wounds of Shame & Perfectionism

by Dr. Aleta Edwards

This book offers healing for a wounded core by providing specific guidance to those with the core issues of perfectionism and shame, regardless of which issues or diagnoses are on the surface, helping them to let go of that which is defensive or inauthentic. People like these fear facing emotional wounds, and develop personality traits to defend against them.


Cost: $60
Credits: 12
Getting Over OCD: A 10-Step Workbook for Taking Back Your Life

by Jonathan S. Abramowitz, PhD

Clinicians will find the 10 step treatment program presented in this book invaluable in the diagnosis and treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorders (OCD). This well researched, proven approach has helped many move beyond the anxiety that was keeping them stuck. In addition to clinicians, clients will benefit from reading and completing the numerous and helpful exercises.


Cost: $64
Credits: 14
The Heart & Soul of Change

by Duncan, Hubble, Miller, and Wampold

The Second Edition of The Heart & Soul of Change: Delivering What Works in Therapy, analyzes the most recent research on what works in therapeutic practice and provides practical guidance on how a therapist can accurately “deliver what works in therapy.” This edition has the same pragmatic focus as the first edition but with a larger breadth of coverage and new chapters on both youth psychotherapy and substance abuse treatment.


Cost: $34
Credits: 6
The Hopeful Brain: Relational Repair for Disconnected Children and Youth

by Meredith White-McMahon, Ed.D and Paul W Baker, Ph.D

The Hopeful Brain: Relational Repair for Disconnected Children and Youth teaches brain-based strategies that are practical, effective and supportive of youth. The authors provide a common-sense look at modern neuroscience and its application to positive youth development, psychology and educational support.


Cost: $34
Credits: 7
NEW! The Mindfulness Workbook for Addiction: A Guide to Coping with the Grief, Stress, and Anger that Trigger Addictive Behaviors

by Rebecca Williams, PhD and Julie Kraft MA, LMFT

This course, based on the workbook by Rebecca Williams, Ph.D. and Julie Kraft, LMFT, presents a comprehensive approach to working with clients in recovery from addictive behaviors.


Cost: $64
Credits: 13
Motivational Interviewing in the Treatment of Psychological Problems

edited by Arkowitz, West, Miller, Rollnick, PhDs

Motivational Interviewing (MI) is increasingly being used to help people with a wide range of psychological problems. This cutting-edge volume brings together leading experts to present novel applications of MI in mental health practice. Highly practical, but grounded in theory and research, the book provides a wealth of effective strategies for helping clients resolve ambivalence and mobilize their energy, commitment, and personal resources for change.


Cost: $50
Credits: 10
Overcoming Bipolar Disorder

by Bauer, Kilbourne, Greenwald, Ludman, and McBride

Overcoming Bipolar Disorder is a self-guided workbook clinicians will want to master, reference, and recommend to their clients with bipolar disorders to assist them living well in spite of the symptoms.


Cost: $49
Credits: 10
Spiritual Diversity in Social Work Practice: The Heart of Helping

Edward R. Canda, Ph.D. and Leola Dyrud Furman, Ph.D.

In this well-received second edition Edward R. Canda and Leola Dyrud Furman, update and build on their highly regarded initial offering. Again, they provide scientific and heartfelt information that will be helpful to social workers and other clinicians interested in the ethical application of Spirituality and people helping.


Cost: $60
Credits: 12
Substance Abuse and Emotion

edited by Jon D. Kassel

The psychological, physical, and spiritual damage wrought by the misuse of drugs is indisputable. However, there is a recurring debate over the causes of substance abuse that typically divides along two common assumptions: People either abuse drugs and alcohol out of sheer pleasure-seeking drives run amok or to escape or assuage aversive states of comorbid anxiety or depression.

Eating Disorders


Cost: $54
Credits: 11
8 Keys to Recovery from An Eating Disorder

by Carolyn Costin and Gwen Schubert Grabb

If you work with clients who restrict their eating, binge, purge, excessively diet or weigh themselves, exercise compulsively, or engage routinely and obsessively in any other food or weight related behaviors, this book is for you.


Cost: $19
Credits: 4
NEW! The Stages of Change Workbook: Practical Exercises for Personal Awareness and Change

by Dr. James E. Phelan

This workbook can be helpful to anyone undecided about change, striving to stay focused or desiring increased awareness and personal growth. The exercises can be applied to help in the recovery process of addictions and or to many of the struggles clients bring to therapeutic settings.

Ethics


Cost: $0
Credits: 1
Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct

by American Psychological Association

The material for this course is The American Psychological Association's (APA) Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct (hereinafter referred to as the Ethics Code). It is viewable on the APA web site and it consists of an Introduction, a Preamble, five General Principals, and specific Ethical Standards.


Cost: $0
Credits: 1
Ethics Course: (NBCC) Code of Ethics

by National Board for Certified Counselors

The material for this course is the Code of Ethics of the National Board for Certified Counselors. This course most aligns with a course on ethics for those certifiable by the NBCC, however any clinician will find a review of these ethical guidelines and standards beneficial.


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
Ethics Desk Reference for Counselors

by Jeffrey Barnett, PsyD and W. Brad Johnson, PhD

This desk reference will help counselors interpret and apply the ACA Code of Ethics in order to prevent and resolve ethical dilemmas. In parts I and II, Drs. Barnett and Johnson explore the Standards and Codes as well as providing a detailed model for ethical decision making.


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
Ethics Desk Reference for Psychologists

by Jeffrey Barnett, PsyD and W. Brad Johnson, PhD

The Ethics Desk Reference for Psychologists is an easy-to-use pocket guide that aids psychologists in identifying and avoiding ethical dilemmas. Barnett and Johnson provide a jargon-free summary of each section of the APA Ethics Code, note common dilemmas and conflicts that are associated with each section, and offer practical suggestions for preventing conflict and for promoting positive practice.


Cost: $54
Credits: 9
Practicing Feminist Ethics in Psychology

edited by Mary M. Brabeck, PhD

Practicing Feminist Ethics in Psychology is an excellent collection of well-written chapters that draw on women's experience in expanding the conversation on ethics and psychology. The authors model a style of thinking and practicing that focuses on the empowerment of women and girls, while avoiding false universals.


Cost: $30
Credits: 6
What Therapists Don't Talk About and Why

by Kenneth S. Pope, PhD, ABPP and Janet L. Sonne, PhD and Beverly Greene, PhD, ABPP

This book explores the problems, dilemmas, double-binds and provocations that take place between therapists and their patients. The authors approach the content with humor and wisdom, challenging professionals to explore the real impact their values, assumptions, and personal interests have upon their clients.

Grieving and Existential Issues


Cost: $60
Credits: 12
Denial of Death

by Ernest Becker, PhD

Ernest Becker received the Pulitzer Prize for this work in 1974, two months after his death from colon cancer at age 49. The book expresses Becker’s view of humankind's evolution of thought. His work is built upon Otto Rank and Norman Brown's understanding of death and of Freud's psychoanalytical theory.


Cost: $50
Credits: 7
Living a Life That Matters

by Rabbi Harold Kushner

Rabbi Kushner's book, Living A Life that Matters, underlines the struggles of living in two worlds. He defines the outer world of performance, achievement, commerce and work as a world where there are more losers than winners.


Cost: $60
Credits: 9
Making Loss Matter: Creating Meaning in Difficult Times

by Rabbi David Wolpe

Rabbi Wolpe shares the wisdom of ancient stories, great philosophers, poets and rabbis as he addresses the pain and suffering that loss produces. He focuses on the question of how rather than why. How can people create meaning in difficult times?


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
NEW! The Reality Slap: Finding Peace and Fulfillment When Life Hurts

by Russ Harris, MD

Whatever form your reality slap takes, one thing’s for sure—it hurts! And most of us don’t deal with the pain very well. The Reality slap offers a four-part path for healing from crises based on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. In these pages, clinicians will learn how to help others.


Cost: $65
Credits: 13
Spiritual Resources in Family Therapy

edited by Froma Walsh, PhD

Spiritual Resources in Family Therapy provides a treasury of resources to the clinician. Various experts, in their unique perspectives, address the beliefs and the practices that are deeply personal and the means within various communities of faith where they are experienced. The course is on the 1st edition (1999), paperback printing 2003.


Cost: $50
Credits: 8
What Really Matters: Living a Moral Life Amidst Uncertainty

by Dr. Arthur Kleinman

Arthur Kleinman explores the narratives of individuals as a backdrop for his observations on how adversity affects morality and self-identity. Kleinman offers in this book a groundbreaking approach to ethics; examining personal identity and moral choices in the context of disturbing realities.


Cost: $50
Credits: 6
When Bad Things Happen To Good People

by Rabbi Kushner

Rabbi Kushner explores the difficulties of affirming faith in the midst of life's tragedies. His views embrace helpful insights to the process of grieving. Clinicians will find his questions resonating with the issues underlining all loss, as well as the question of God in the light of pain and personal loss.

Integration of Spirituality & Psychotherapy


Cost: $35
Credits: 6
Anger Control Parenting

by Vivian Lamphear, PhD and Sherry Marlar

Anger Control Parenting (ACP) combines parent anger control and child behavior management training in one easy to learn package.


Cost: $45
Credits: 9
Anger: Handling a Powerful Emotion in a Healthy Way

by Gary Chapman, PhD

Writing from a Christian therapy perspective, Gary Chapman, PhD, offers helpful insights into why people get angry, what can be done about it and how to help others with their anger.


Cost: $55
Credits: 9
Breaking Through Depression

by Donald P. Hall

This book uses models of body, mind, and spirit to describe the problem of depression and what can be done to overcome it. The ‘brain’ models are constructed of cellular structures and chemical networks. The ‘mind’ models are built on a foundation of three basic emotional needs.


Cost: $45
Credits: 7
Christian Therapist's Notebook

by Philip J. Henry, PhD, Lori Marie Figueroa, MS, David R. Miller, PhD

This is an excellent source for innovative strategies connecting the everyday world of clients with Christian principles and Scripture. This creative, time-saving guide assists therapists in helping clients achieve therapy goals through professionally sound exercises while maintaining a positive, supportive connection with Christian beliefs.


Cost: $40
Credits: 5
Competent Christian Counseling: Introduction & Foundations

Dr. Timothy Clinton and Dr. George Ohlschlager

SECTION ONE: Includes Parts I & II, (Chapters 1-7). We have chosen to present Competent Christian Counseling in three separate sections to help manage the course content and sharpen the focus as you review the text. This section covers the Introduction, Spiritual, Biological and Psychosocial Foundations of Christian Counseling.


Cost: $50
Credits: 7
Competent Christian Counseling: Relationship, Process & Practice

Dr. Timothy Clinton and Dr. George Ohlschlager

SECTION TWO: Includes Parts III & IV, (Chapters 8-16). We have chosen to present Competent Christian Counseling in three separate sections to help manage the course content and sharpen the focus as you review the text. This section covers the Counseling Relationship, Ethics, and the Process and Practice of Christian Counseling.


Cost: $75
Credits: 11
Competent Christian Counseling: Research, Modalities & Supervision

Dr. Timothy Clinton and Dr. George Ohlschlager

SECTION THREE: Includes Parts V & VI, (Chapters 17-33). We have chosen to present Competent Christian Counseling in three separate sections to help manage the course content and sharpen the focus as you review the text. This section covers the major counseling modalities; marriage therapy,group work...


Cost: $45
Credits: 8
Door of Hope: Recovery from Sexual Abuse

by Jan Frank

Through this popular therapeutic book, Jan Frank, encourages victims of abuse to face the reality of what took place in their lives and the aftershocks that continue to take a toll. Then, implementing a Christian therapeutic approach, she walks them through the steps, and the stories of healing.


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
Fear of the Abyss: Healing the Wounds of Shame & Perfectionism

by Dr. Aleta Edwards

This book offers healing for a wounded core by providing specific guidance to those with the core issues of perfectionism and shame, regardless of which issues or diagnoses are on the surface, helping them to let go of that which is defensive or inauthentic. People like these fear facing emotional wounds, and develop personality traits to defend against them.


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
NEW! The Five Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts

by Gary Chapman, PhD

Writing from a Christian therapeutic perspective, Gary Chapman, PhD, addresses fundamental communication issues which will help clinicians providing marital, family and relationship counseling. In this easy to read, bestseller, he effectively proposes that people speak five different love languages.


Cost: $55
Credits: 11
Integrating Spirituality Into Treatment: Resources for Practitioners

edited by William R. Miller

This APA published text is an excellent reference for clinicians seeking ideas on the synthesis of spirituality and therapy. CE participants will review a thorough history of the relationship between spirituality and mental health.


Cost: $44
Credits: 9
1-2-3 Magic for Christian Parents

by Thomas Phelan, PhD, and Chris Webb, MS, MA

Clinicians working with parents desiring a Christian approach to parenting will find this book instrumental in parenting and family therapy. This 2nd edition of the award-winning 1-2-3 Magic for Christian Parents program addresses the difficult task of child discipline with humor, biblical insight, and proven experience. Complete with relevant Bible verses, explanations, and exercises, this program offers a foolproof method of disciplining children ages two through 12 without arguing, yelling, or spanking.


Cost: $45
Credits: 8
On The Road To Freedom: A Tool Kit for Christian Counselors

by Dr. Colleen M. Stortvedt

On the Road to Freedom: A Tool Kit for Christian Counselors…will help clinicians working from a Christian perspective to improve their mastery of respected Christian-clinical approaches. Colleen Stortvedt effectively presents methods, tools and strategies for the successful treatment of conflicted relationships, depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, impulse control.


Cost: $50
Credits: 8
Soul Talk

Larry Crabb, PhD

Dr. Larry Crabb proposes a counseling model to help clinicians connect more deeply with others. Tired of superficial communication, Crabb developed the SoulTalk approach, to connect therapists with the deepest struggles, desires and dreams of other’s. He cleverly lays out the SoulTalk model via a five step dance lesson.


Cost: $44
Credits: 8
Speaking the Truth in Love: A Christian Approach to Assertiveness

by Henry Virkler, PhD

Some assertiveness books wrestle with the biblical perspective and encourage clients to be assertive but never get to the behavioral steps to take for success. This book lays out those steps while addressing the cognitive-thinking and self-talk changes, which must occur for clients who want to go from a passive lifestyle to a more assertive lifestyle.


Cost: $30
Credits: 4
Spiritual Assessment: Handbook for Helping Professionals

David R. Hodge

Spiritual Assessment is a handbook that outlines five assessment tools that can be used to conduct spiritual assessments. David R. Hodge addresses the pressing need for clinicians to be able to conduct research based spiritual assessments by offering a “how to” in this concise, practical book.


Cost: $49
Credits: 10
Spiritual Diversity in Social Work Practice: The Heart of Helping

Edward R. Canda, Ph.D. and Leola Dyrud Furman, Ph.D.

In this well-received second edition Edward R. Canda and Leola Dyrud Furman, update and build on their highly regarded initial offering. Again, they provide scientific and heartfelt information that will be helpful to social workers and other clinicians interested in the ethical application of Spirituality and people helping.


Cost: $50
Credits: 9
A Spiritual Strategy for Counseling and Psychotherapy

by P. Scott Richards, PhD, Allen E. Bergin, PhD

Clinicians interested in the integration of spirituality and psychotherapy will find the second edition of A Spiritual Strategy For Counseling and Psychotherapy most helpful as it presents a purposeful theoretical framework, spirituality assessment strategies and therapeutic interventions.


Cost: $34
Credits: 7
NEW! Thinking Simply About Addiction: A Handbook for Recovery

by Richard S. Sandor, M.D.

In a refreshing no-nonsense manner, this insightful, practical guide pinpoints why addictions are so tenacious and how to help clients truly recover. The text uses the experiences of addicts to illuminate the core truth of addiction: It is an involuntary, automatic behavior that, once triggered, leaves the addict feeling totally powerless.


Cost: $50
Credits: 7
To Be Told: Know Your Story, Shape Your Future

by Dan Allender, PhD

In ‘To Be Told: Know Your Story, Shape Your Future’, Dr. Dan Allender shows people how to read the stories of their lives. This text will help them understand the meaning God has written into the details of who they are.


Cost: $50
Credits: 6
When All You've Ever Wanted Isn't Enough

by Rabbi Harold Kushner

The book of Ecclesiastes is the backdrop for Rabbi Kushner's exploration of the topic, 'What really gives meaning to life'? Solomon looks into this timeless question by exploring the paths of selfishness and self-interest, the pursuits of pleasure, success and wealth.

Leadership Training and Development


Cost: $59
Credits: 15
Reading the Room: Group Dynamics for Coaches and Leaders

by David Kantor, PhD

This course aims to enrich psychologists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, mental health professionals, addiction professionals, consultants, coaches and serious leaders in the understanding of communication within their teams through the use of structural dynamics theory.

Life Coaching


Cost: $44
Credits: 9
NEW! Finding Your Moral Compass: Transformative Principles to Guide You in Recovery and Life

by Craig M. Makken, MSW, LCSW, LMFT

For licensed clinical social workers, addiction professionals, marriage and family therapists, any mental health professional working with clients in recovery or clients having questions about their ability to make good choices. Clients who have pursued drugs, alcohol, workaholism, gambling, sex, shopping, eating to where their choices and actions leave the line between right and wrong blurred in the wake of such obsessive pursuits.


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
NEW! Prevention Psychology: Enhancing Personal and Social Well-Being

by John L. Romano, PhD

This book takes a multidisciplinary approach that is relevant to students, professionals, practitioners, and researchers across different disciplines including psychology, health sciences, education, social work, and public policy. The newly approved American Psychological Association Guidelines for Prevention in Psychology are incorporated into the book.


Cost: $59
Credits: 15
Reading the Room: Group Dynamics for Coaches and Leaders

by David Kantor, PhD

This course aims to enrich psychologists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, mental health professionals, addiction professionals, consultants, coaches and serious leaders in the understanding of communication within their teams through the use of structural dynamics theory.


Cost: $19
Credits: 4
NEW! The Stages of Change Workbook: Practical Exercises for Personal Awareness and Change

by Dr. James E. Phelan

This workbook can be helpful to anyone undecided about change, striving to stay focused or desiring increased awareness and personal growth. The exercises can be applied to help in the recovery process of addictions and or to many of the struggles clients bring to therapeutic settings.


Cost: $44
Credits: 11
NEW! What You Can Change and What You Can’t: The Complete Guide to Successful Self-Improvement

by Martin E.P. Seligman

Martin Seligman has analyzed respected scientific research on treatments for alcoholism, anxiety, weight loss, anger, depression, and a range of phobias and obsessions to discover what is the most effective way to address each condition. He candidly describes what does not work, and pinpoints the techniques and therapies that do work best for each condition.

Marriage and Family & Relationships


Cost: $55
Credits: 11
Boundaries in Marriage

by Henry Cloud and John Townsend

Boundaries in Marriage is a natural extension of the principles developed by Drs. Henry Cloud and John Townsend in their breakthrough text, Boundaries. However, there is no need for clinicians to read the first book prior to mastering Boundaries in Marriage.


Cost: $50
Credits: 8
Couple Power Therapy

by Peter L. Sheras, PhD, ABPP and Phyllis R. Koch-Sheras, PhD

Drs. Peter Sheras and Phyllis Koch-Sheras introduce the Couple Power Therapy model, an exciting new approach in which partners co-create a unified vision for their relationship. They use a series of sequential tasks to teach the partners how to transcend their individual identities to nurture the each other.


Cost: $50
Credits: 7
The DNA of Relationships

Dr. Gary Smalley, Michael Smalley, and Robert Paul

In this book, relationship expert Gary Smalley shows how people are designed for relationships: with others, with themselves, and with God. It’s part of a person's relational DNA. When those relationships are balanced and healthy, life is good. But too often people live with broken, strained relationships, and the pain can be unbearable.


Cost: $44
Credits: 9
NEW! Emotional Vampires: Dealing with People Who Drain You Dry--'Revised and Expanded 2nd Edition'

by Albert J. Bernstein, PhD

Dr. Bernstein will help you and your clients see the self-serving Narcissists, hedonistic Antisocials, exhausting Paranoids, or over-the-top drama queens. He shares valuable advice, psychological perspectives, and much needed humor as he gives clinicians a range of defense strategies that will keep the blood-sucking creatures of darkness from draining them dry. This course is based on the 2nd edition (2012), of this well received book.


Cost: $49
Credits: 10
The Emotionally Abusive Relationship

by Beverly Engel

In this breakthrough book, Beverly Engel, one of the world’s leading experts on the subject of 'emotional abuse' defines what it is and what to do about it. The text will help clinicians identify emotional abuse and how to find the roots of the behavior.


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
The Family Coach Method: Raising Good, Kind, Ethical Kids (in a Complicated World)

by Dr. Lynne Kenney

The Family Coach Method is a friendly, illustrated how-to manual of strategies, tips, real-life stories and solid support, structured for quick reference. Filled with age-appropriate sample conversations and problem solving scenarios, the book guides a family to a place of mutual respect, shared values and strengths: a winning team.


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
NEW! The Five Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts

by Gary Chapman, PhD

Writing from a Christian therapeutic perspective, Gary Chapman, PhD, addresses fundamental communication issues which will help clinicians providing marital, family and relationship counseling. In this easy to read, bestseller, he effectively proposes that people speak five different love languages.


Cost: $40
Credits: 5
The Intimate Mystery

by Dan B. Allender and Tremper Longman III

The Intimate Mystery, Creating Strength and Beauty in Your Marriage by Dan B. Allender and Tremper Longman III, takes a deeper look at the heart of marriage. The book presents a refreshing context for relational transformation.


Cost: $49
Credits: 12
NEW! The Lost Art of Listening: How Learning to Listen Can Improve Relationships (2nd Edition)

by Michael P. Nichols, PhD

This thoughtful, witty, and empathic book has helped over 100,000 readers break through conflicts and transform their personal and professional relationships. Becoming a better listener is not a one way street, you will learn how to make yourself heard when you have something important to say.


Cost: $44
Credits: 9
1-2-3 Magic for Christian Parents

by Thomas Phelan, PhD, and Chris Webb, MS, MA

Clinicians working with parents desiring a Christian approach to parenting will find this book instrumental in parenting and family therapy. This 2nd edition of the award-winning 1-2-3 Magic for Christian Parents program addresses the difficult task of child discipline with humor, biblical insight, and proven experience. Complete with relevant Bible verses, explanations, and exercises, this program offers a foolproof method of disciplining children ages two through 12 without arguing, yelling, or spanking.


Cost: $65
Credits: 10
The New Rules of Marriage

by Terrence Real

Terrence Real helps couples negotiate more mutuality in their relationships with the principles of 'Relationship Empowerment', which embodies a 21st century worldview. Real's premise is that both men and women have tried to establish a mutual relationship using old models of power and roles. The book is full of practical insight as well as tools to help your clients gain their voice as they each seek intimacy.


Cost: $59
Credits: 15
Reading the Room: Group Dynamics for Coaches and Leaders

by David Kantor, PhD

This course aims to enrich psychologists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, mental health professionals, addiction professionals, consultants, coaches and serious leaders in the understanding of communication within their teams through the use of structural dynamics theory.


Cost: $44
Credits: 8
Speaking the Truth in Love: A Christian Approach to Assertiveness

by Henry Virkler, PhD

Some assertiveness books wrestle with the biblical perspective and encourage clients to be assertive but never get to the behavioral steps to take for success. This book lays out those steps while addressing the cognitive-thinking and self-talk changes, which must occur for clients who want to go from a passive lifestyle to a more assertive lifestyle.

Medical Errors


Cost: $50
Credits: 6
To Err Is Human: Building a Safer Health System

Edited by Linda T. Kohn, Janet M. Corrigan, and Molla S. Donaldson

This Institute of Medicine book sets forth a agenda with for reducing medical errors and improving patient safety through the design of a safer health system.'The problem is not bad people in health care...it is that good people are working in systems that need to be made safer.'Comprehensive and straightforward, this book offers a clear prescription for raising quality patient care.

New Editions


Cost: $59
Credits: 15
The Bipolar Disorder Survival Guide: What You and Your Family Need to Know

by David J. Miklowitz, Ph.D.

This is the SECOND EDITION (NEW): of Dr. Miklowitz's popular and professionally acclaimed primer on diagnosing and treating Bipolar Disorders. This edition updates the clician on current diagnostic techniques, how to lay the foundation for effective treatment, the efficacy of medications and psychotherapy, relapse prevention and practical strategies for staying well. This edition has added a chapter exclusively focused on the female experience, and treatment for a Bipolar Disorder.


Cost: $60
Credits: 10
Treating Patients With Alcohol And Other Drug Problems: An Integrated Approach

Robert D. Margolis, PhD and Joan E. Zweben, PhD

This NEW:SECOND EDITION course presents an integrated approach to the treatment of alcohol and other drug (AOD) problems. This integrated approach broadens the perspectives of experienced and early career professionals alike. Practitioners from independent practice to public and private clinics will find the information beneficial.

New Treatment Approaches


Cost: $54
Credits: 11
ACT Made Simple: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

by Russ Harris, MD

ACT Made Simple is a practical and entertaining primer, ideal for ACT newcomers and experienced ACT professionals alike. The text offers clear explanations of the six ACT processes and a set of real-world tips and solutions for rapidly implementing them in your practice. This book gives clinicians everything they need to start using ACT with their clients for positive results.


Cost: $44
Credits: 12
Evidence-Based Practice in Clinical Social Work

by James W. Drisko, PhD and Melissa D. Grady, PhD

The case examples reveal how important clinical knowledge and expertise are, to doing EBP well. It also points out how client preference and common resource limitations shape and limit EBP. This text walks clinicians through the kinds of materials, terminology and analyses found in high quality systematic reviews e.g., Cochrane Collaboration and Campbell Collaboration systematic reviews.


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
NEW! The Reality Slap: Finding Peace and Fulfillment When Life Hurts

by Russ Harris, MD

Whatever form your reality slap takes, one thing’s for sure—it hurts! And most of us don’t deal with the pain very well. The Reality slap offers a four-part path for healing from crises based on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. In these pages, clinicians will learn how to help others.

Parenting


Cost: $35
Credits: 6
Anger Control Parenting

by Vivian Lamphear, PhD and Sherry Marlar

Anger Control Parenting (ACP) combines parent anger control and child behavior management training in one easy to learn package.


Cost: $45
Credits: 9
Boundaries with Kids

by Henry Cloud and John Townsend

Boundaries with Kids emerged from the award-winning boundary work of Drs. Henry Cloud and John Townsend. Indeed, the same premise is the foundation for all the books: boundaries are similar to property lines, they help people figure out what belongs to them and what belongs to someone else.


Cost: $60
Credits: 12
Boundaries with Teens

by Dr. John Townsend

Dr. John Townsend draws from the principles of his best-selling book, Boundaries and incorporates new and exciting concepts from a Christian faith perspective that will help them practically guide parents in the task of parenting teenagers. The course will provide valuable tools in the therapist’s ability to help parents set healthy limits, realistic consequences, and to be loving and caring while establishing these rules.


Cost: $14
Credits: 3
The Bully Vaccine

by Jennifer Hancock

The Bully Vaccine is a book that takes an operant conditioning approach to the problem of bullying. It explores not only how to use operant conditioning to essentially train bullies to stop, but also provides detailed information on what resources victims of bullying can access as they learn how to get a bully to stop and leave them alone.


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
The Family Coach Method: Raising Good, Kind, Ethical Kids (in a Complicated World)

by Dr. Lynne Kenney

The Family Coach Method is a friendly, illustrated how-to manual of strategies, tips, real-life stories and solid support, structured for quick reference. Filled with age-appropriate sample conversations and problem solving scenarios, the book guides a family to a place of mutual respect, shared values and strengths: a winning team.


Cost: $34
Credits: 6
The Hopeful Brain: Relational Repair for Disconnected Children and Youth

by Meredith White-McMahon, Ed.D and Paul W Baker, Ph.D

The Hopeful Brain: Relational Repair for Disconnected Children and Youth teaches brain-based strategies that are practical, effective and supportive of youth. The authors provide a common-sense look at modern neuroscience and its application to positive youth development, psychology and educational support.


Cost: $44
Credits: 9
1-2-3 Magic for Christian Parents

by Thomas Phelan, PhD, and Chris Webb, MS, MA

Clinicians working with parents desiring a Christian approach to parenting will find this book instrumental in parenting and family therapy. This 2nd edition of the award-winning 1-2-3 Magic for Christian Parents program addresses the difficult task of child discipline with humor, biblical insight, and proven experience. Complete with relevant Bible verses, explanations, and exercises, this program offers a foolproof method of disciplining children ages two through 12 without arguing, yelling, or spanking.


Cost: $55
Credits: 11
The Optimistic Child

by Dr. Martin E.P. Seligman

In the Optimistic Child, Dr. Martin E.P. Seligman offers parents, teachers and coaches a well-validated program to prevent depression in children. In a thirty-year study, Seligman and his colleagues discovered the link between pessimism--dwelling on the most catastrophic cause of any setback-and depression


Cost: $44
Credits: 8
Speaking the Truth in Love: A Christian Approach to Assertiveness

by Henry Virkler, PhD

Some assertiveness books wrestle with the biblical perspective and encourage clients to be assertive but never get to the behavioral steps to take for success. This book lays out those steps while addressing the cognitive-thinking and self-talk changes, which must occur for clients who want to go from a passive lifestyle to a more assertive lifestyle.

Courses in this topic are available for immediate download. Adobe Acrobat or Acrobat Reader are required to view. Google Chrome also includes a built-in reader.

PDF Courses


Cost: $0
Credits: 1
Ethics Course: (NBCC) Code of Ethics

by National Board for Certified Counselors

The material for this course is the Code of Ethics of the National Board for Certified Counselors. This course most aligns with a course on ethics for those certifiable by the NBCC, however any clinician will find a review of these ethical guidelines and standards beneficial.


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
Fear of the Abyss: Healing the Wounds of Shame & Perfectionism

by Dr. Aleta Edwards

This book offers healing for a wounded core by providing specific guidance to those with the core issues of perfectionism and shame, regardless of which issues or diagnoses are on the surface, helping them to let go of that which is defensive or inauthentic. People like these fear facing emotional wounds, and develop personality traits to defend against them.


Cost: $15
Credits: 3
Improve Your Therapeutic Effectiveness

by Barry Duncan, PhD

Barry Duncan's work is considered a 'must read' for serious minded clinicians seeking to grow in their ability to help others. These four articles reveal the basic tenets in his groundbreaking work in 'how we can become better therapists'.


Cost: $0
Credits: 1
Treating Co-Occurring Disorders

by Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration: TIP 42

This Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) identifies key elements of treatment planning and programming for co-occurring substance use (abuse or dependence) and mental disorders (COD) in substance abuse treatment. While the needs and functioning of substance abuse treatment are accentuated, the elements described have relevance for mental health clinicians and agencies that seek to coordinate mental health and substance abuse services for their clients who need both.

Personal Growth


Cost: $54
Credits: 11
ACT Made Simple: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

by Russ Harris, MD

ACT Made Simple is a practical and entertaining primer, ideal for ACT newcomers and experienced ACT professionals alike. The text offers clear explanations of the six ACT processes and a set of real-world tips and solutions for rapidly implementing them in your practice. This book gives clinicians everything they need to start using ACT with their clients for positive results.


Cost: $45
Credits: 9
Anger: Handling a Powerful Emotion in a Healthy Way

by Gary Chapman, PhD

Writing from a Christian therapy perspective, Gary Chapman, PhD, offers helpful insights into why people get angry, what can be done about it and how to help others with their anger.


Cost: $60
Credits: 12
Bold Love

by Dr. Dan Allender and Dr. Tremper Longman III

In Bold Love, Dr. Dan Allender and Dr. Tremper Longman III present a fresh perspective on genuine Christian love; defining it as aggressive, unrelenting and passionate. Rather than helping people merely 'get along' with others at the expense of integrity, the authors introduce the possibility of making a significant, life-changing impact on family, friends, co-workers and even enemies.


Cost: $44
Credits: 9
NEW! Emotional Vampires: Dealing with People Who Drain You Dry--'Revised and Expanded 2nd Edition'

by Albert J. Bernstein, PhD

Dr. Bernstein will help you and your clients see the self-serving Narcissists, hedonistic Antisocials, exhausting Paranoids, or over-the-top drama queens. He shares valuable advice, psychological perspectives, and much needed humor as he gives clinicians a range of defense strategies that will keep the blood-sucking creatures of darkness from draining them dry. This course is based on the 2nd edition (2012), of this well received book.


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
Fear of the Abyss: Healing the Wounds of Shame & Perfectionism

by Dr. Aleta Edwards

This book offers healing for a wounded core by providing specific guidance to those with the core issues of perfectionism and shame, regardless of which issues or diagnoses are on the surface, helping them to let go of that which is defensive or inauthentic. People like these fear facing emotional wounds, and develop personality traits to defend against them.


Cost: $44
Credits: 9
NEW! Finding Your Moral Compass: Transformative Principles to Guide You in Recovery and Life

by Craig M. Makken, MSW, LCSW, LMFT

For licensed clinical social workers, addiction professionals, marriage and family therapists, any mental health professional working with clients in recovery or clients having questions about their ability to make good choices. Clients who have pursued drugs, alcohol, workaholism, gambling, sex, shopping, eating to where their choices and actions leave the line between right and wrong blurred in the wake of such obsessive pursuits.


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
NEW! The Five Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts

by Gary Chapman, PhD

Writing from a Christian therapeutic perspective, Gary Chapman, PhD, addresses fundamental communication issues which will help clinicians providing marital, family and relationship counseling. In this easy to read, bestseller, he effectively proposes that people speak five different love languages.


Cost: $50
Credits: 8
Healing Path

by Dan B. Allender, Ph.D.

Dan Allender says that doubt, despair, and disappointment are not only a reality of daily life, they are also the tools God uses to grow faith, hope, and love. If people run from what they fear they actually rob themselves of the joy God intends for them to experience. The Healing Path is about the road that leads to health as people face the pain in their lives.


Cost: $49
Credits: 12
NEW! The Lost Art of Listening: How Learning to Listen Can Improve Relationships (2nd Edition)

by Michael P. Nichols, PhD

This thoughtful, witty, and empathic book has helped over 100,000 readers break through conflicts and transform their personal and professional relationships. Becoming a better listener is not a one way street, you will learn how to make yourself heard when you have something important to say.


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
NEW! Prevention Psychology: Enhancing Personal and Social Well-Being

by John L. Romano, PhD

This book takes a multidisciplinary approach that is relevant to students, professionals, practitioners, and researchers across different disciplines including psychology, health sciences, education, social work, and public policy. The newly approved American Psychological Association Guidelines for Prevention in Psychology are incorporated into the book.


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
NEW! The Reality Slap: Finding Peace and Fulfillment When Life Hurts

by Russ Harris, MD

Whatever form your reality slap takes, one thing’s for sure—it hurts! And most of us don’t deal with the pain very well. The Reality slap offers a four-part path for healing from crises based on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. In these pages, clinicians will learn how to help others.


Cost: $19
Credits: 4
NEW! The Stages of Change Workbook: Practical Exercises for Personal Awareness and Change

by Dr. James E. Phelan

This workbook can be helpful to anyone undecided about change, striving to stay focused or desiring increased awareness and personal growth. The exercises can be applied to help in the recovery process of addictions and or to many of the struggles clients bring to therapeutic settings.


Cost: $44
Credits: 11
NEW! What You Can Change and What You Can’t: The Complete Guide to Successful Self-Improvement

by Martin E.P. Seligman

Martin Seligman has analyzed respected scientific research on treatments for alcoholism, anxiety, weight loss, anger, depression, and a range of phobias and obsessions to discover what is the most effective way to address each condition. He candidly describes what does not work, and pinpoints the techniques and therapies that do work best for each condition.

Positive Psychology


Cost: $60
Credits: 10
Authentic Happiness

by Martin E. P. Seligman

The course, Authentic Happiness, by Martin Seligman equips clinicians with the tools to develop nurturing sets of strengths, competencies, and virtues in people; such as future-mindedness, hope, interpersonal skills, courage,the capacity for 'flow,' faith, and developing a work ethic.


Cost: $60
Credits: 15
Creating a Life of Meaning and Compassion

by Robert W. Firestone, PhD, Lisa A. Firestone, PhD, Joyce Catlett, MA

The course offers a compilation of mature therapeutic insights that are valuable in achieving a better way of living. It describes a unique experiment in applied psychology where a group of individuals overcame a wide range of defensive behaviors and transformed their lives.


Cost: $44
Credits: 9
NEW! Finding Your Moral Compass: Transformative Principles to Guide You in Recovery and Life

by Craig M. Makken, MSW, LCSW, LMFT

For licensed clinical social workers, addiction professionals, marriage and family therapists, any mental health professional working with clients in recovery or clients having questions about their ability to make good choices. Clients who have pursued drugs, alcohol, workaholism, gambling, sex, shopping, eating to where their choices and actions leave the line between right and wrong blurred in the wake of such obsessive pursuits.


Cost: $65
Credits: 13
Flourish: A New Understanding of Well-being

by Martin E.P. Seligman

'This Book Will Help You Flourish', promises Martin Seligman at the start of this new text, his first book in 10 years and the first to introduce his dynamic new concept of 'Well-Being'. In the genre of Positive Psychology this book is about ‘raising the bar’ for the human condition.


Cost: $65
Credits: 13
Flourishing: Positive Psychology and the Life Well-Lived

Edited by Corey L. M. Keyes and Jonathan Haidt

Based on the first Summit of Positive Psychology, this book puts flesh on the emerging field of positive psychology. The text turns from psychology's pre-occupation with mental illness to mental health. Unapologetically scholars discuss 'the good life' or flourishing.


Cost: $50
Credits: 9
Learned Optimism

by Martin E.P. Seligman, PhD

In this groundbreaking bestseller, Martin Seligman, PhD, shows how to chart a new approach to living with 'flexible optimism'. Dr. Seligman outlines in this text the easy to follow techniques that have helped thousands of people rise above the pessimism and the depression that accompanies negative thoughts and build a life of rewards and lasting happiness.


Cost: $55
Credits: 11
The Optimistic Child

by Dr. Martin E.P. Seligman

In the Optimistic Child, Dr. Martin E.P. Seligman offers parents, teachers and coaches a well-validated program to prevent depression in children. In a thirty-year study, Seligman and his colleagues discovered the link between pessimism--dwelling on the most catastrophic cause of any setback-and depression


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
NEW! Prevention Psychology: Enhancing Personal and Social Well-Being

by John L. Romano, PhD

This book takes a multidisciplinary approach that is relevant to students, professionals, practitioners, and researchers across different disciplines including psychology, health sciences, education, social work, and public policy. The newly approved American Psychological Association Guidelines for Prevention in Psychology are incorporated into the book.


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
NEW! The Reality Slap: Finding Peace and Fulfillment When Life Hurts

by Russ Harris, MD

Whatever form your reality slap takes, one thing’s for sure—it hurts! And most of us don’t deal with the pain very well. The Reality slap offers a four-part path for healing from crises based on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. In these pages, clinicians will learn how to help others.


Cost: $45
Credits: 8
The Strengths Perspective in Social Work Practice (Fifth Edition)

by Dennis Saleebey

The fifth edition of The Strengths Perspective in Social Work Practice continues the endeavor to expand the conceptual, clinical, and practical elements of the strengths perspective. It is an outstanding collection of articles explaining the strengths-based philosophy, demonstrating how it works, and providing practical tools for its application. Each chapter is written by a respected individual(s) in the field providing a balanced approach to a social work practice that explores the strengths and assets of clients. An extensive and wide range of ideas and populations are covered in this text. The Strengths Perspective in Social Work Practice is intended for Licensed Clinical Social Workers at all levels of career experience.


Cost: $44
Credits: 11
NEW! What You Can Change and What You Can’t: The Complete Guide to Successful Self-Improvement

by Martin E.P. Seligman

Martin Seligman has analyzed respected scientific research on treatments for alcoholism, anxiety, weight loss, anger, depression, and a range of phobias and obsessions to discover what is the most effective way to address each condition. He candidly describes what does not work, and pinpoints the techniques and therapies that do work best for each condition.

Professional Development


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
NEW! 76 Typical Therapy Mistakes: A Workbook for Psychotherapists

by Gerald Schoenewolf, Ph.D.

76 TYPICAL THERAPY MISTAKES is a workbook for psychotherapists of all types, providing them with an instructive as well as entertaining way to avoid the common pitfalls of practicing psychotherapy. It is based on actual research on the typical mistakes therapists have made through the years.


Cost: $54
Credits: 11
ACT Made Simple: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

by Russ Harris, MD

ACT Made Simple is a practical and entertaining primer, ideal for ACT newcomers and experienced ACT professionals alike. The text offers clear explanations of the six ACT processes and a set of real-world tips and solutions for rapidly implementing them in your practice. This book gives clinicians everything they need to start using ACT with their clients for positive results.


Cost: $50
Credits: 6
Caring for Ourselves

by Ellen K. Baker

Ellen K. Baker guides the reader through waters all helping professionals must navigate in preserving their own well-being and in fortifying themselves from the unrelenting tides of stress unique to mental health practitioners.


Cost: $44
Credits: 12
Evidence-Based Practice in Clinical Social Work

by James W. Drisko, PhD and Melissa D. Grady, PhD

The case examples reveal how important clinical knowledge and expertise are, to doing EBP well. It also points out how client preference and common resource limitations shape and limit EBP. This text walks clinicians through the kinds of materials, terminology and analyses found in high quality systematic reviews e.g., Cochrane Collaboration and Campbell Collaboration systematic reviews.


Cost: $50
Credits: 10
The Gift of Therapy

by Irvin Yalom, M.D.

The Gift of Therapy is Irvin Yalom's gift to the future generations of psychotherapists. Yalom's brand of spirituality is found in his wisdom, authenticity, honesty and his existential view of life. The American Psychiatric Association awarded him the 2000 Oscar Pfister prize for important contributions to religion and psychiatry.


Cost: $64
Credits: 14
The Heart & Soul of Change

by Duncan, Hubble, Miller, and Wampold

The Second Edition of The Heart & Soul of Change: Delivering What Works in Therapy, analyzes the most recent research on what works in therapeutic practice and provides practical guidance on how a therapist can accurately “deliver what works in therapy.” This edition has the same pragmatic focus as the first edition but with a larger breadth of coverage and new chapters on both youth psychotherapy and substance abuse treatment.


Cost: $15
Credits: 3
Improve Your Therapeutic Effectiveness

by Barry Duncan, PhD

Barry Duncan's work is considered a 'must read' for serious minded clinicians seeking to grow in their ability to help others. These four articles reveal the basic tenets in his groundbreaking work in 'how we can become better therapists'.


Cost: $55
Credits: 11
Integrating Spirituality Into Treatment: Resources for Practitioners

edited by William R. Miller

This APA published text is an excellent reference for clinicians seeking ideas on the synthesis of spirituality and therapy. CE participants will review a thorough history of the relationship between spirituality and mental health.


Cost: $50
Credits: 6
Letters to a Young Therapist

by Mary Pipher PhD

This book provides an ideal course for clinicians who are interested in sharpening their people caring skills. Despite the title, the insights will be truly helpful to therapists of all ages and experience. Dr. Mary Pipher is an excellent supervisor that provides for the newer, as well as the more experienced therapist, a bag of wisdom to share with their clients.


Cost: $49
Credits: 12
NEW! The Lost Art of Listening: How Learning to Listen Can Improve Relationships (2nd Edition)

by Michael P. Nichols, PhD

This thoughtful, witty, and empathic book has helped over 100,000 readers break through conflicts and transform their personal and professional relationships. Becoming a better listener is not a one way street, you will learn how to make yourself heard when you have something important to say.


Cost: $55
Credits: 8
On Becoming a Better Therapist

by Barry L. Duncan

For many therapists, tracking and making sense of the latest developments in psychotherapy can feel overwhelming. How can you achieve better results, more often, with a wider variety of clients? In short: How can you become a better therapist?


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
NEW! Prevention Psychology: Enhancing Personal and Social Well-Being

by John L. Romano, PhD

This book takes a multidisciplinary approach that is relevant to students, professionals, practitioners, and researchers across different disciplines including psychology, health sciences, education, social work, and public policy. The newly approved American Psychological Association Guidelines for Prevention in Psychology are incorporated into the book.


Cost: $59
Credits: 15
Reading the Room: Group Dynamics for Coaches and Leaders

by David Kantor, PhD

This course aims to enrich psychologists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, mental health professionals, addiction professionals, consultants, coaches and serious leaders in the understanding of communication within their teams through the use of structural dynamics theory.


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
NEW! The Reality Slap: Finding Peace and Fulfillment When Life Hurts

by Russ Harris, MD

Whatever form your reality slap takes, one thing’s for sure—it hurts! And most of us don’t deal with the pain very well. The Reality slap offers a four-part path for healing from crises based on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. In these pages, clinicians will learn how to help others.


Cost: $44
Credits: 8
Speaking the Truth in Love: A Christian Approach to Assertiveness

by Henry Virkler, PhD

Some assertiveness books wrestle with the biblical perspective and encourage clients to be assertive but never get to the behavioral steps to take for success. This book lays out those steps while addressing the cognitive-thinking and self-talk changes, which must occur for clients who want to go from a passive lifestyle to a more assertive lifestyle.


Cost: $60
Credits: 10
Virtue and Psychology: Pursuing Excellence in Ordinary Practices

by Blaine J Fowers, Ph.D.

Virtue and Psychology offers a fresh and groundbreaking understanding of how psychologists can help people to flourish as human beings by cultivating their best selves. Virtues are character strengths—such as generosity, loyalty, and courage—that make it possible for individuals and relationships to flourish. The virtue perspective provides a deeper, richer account of many psychological topics than current theory is able to generate and can significantly enrich wide areas of current theory and practice.


Cost: $60
Credits: 12
Wounded Heart: Hope for Adult Victims of Childhood Sexual Abuse

by Dan Allender

The Wounded Heart is a book that visits the painful realities of sexual abuse with intellectual accuracy, spiritual integrity and compassion. Writing from a Christian evangelical perspective, Allender explains in detail the processes of seduction, vulnerability, injury and healing.

Psychotherapy


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
NEW! 76 Typical Therapy Mistakes: A Workbook for Psychotherapists

by Gerald Schoenewolf, Ph.D.

76 TYPICAL THERAPY MISTAKES is a workbook for psychotherapists of all types, providing them with an instructive as well as entertaining way to avoid the common pitfalls of practicing psychotherapy. It is based on actual research on the typical mistakes therapists have made through the years.


Cost: $54
Credits: 11
ACT Made Simple: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

by Russ Harris, MD

ACT Made Simple is a practical and entertaining primer, ideal for ACT newcomers and experienced ACT professionals alike. The text offers clear explanations of the six ACT processes and a set of real-world tips and solutions for rapidly implementing them in your practice. This book gives clinicians everything they need to start using ACT with their clients for positive results.


Cost: $45
Credits: 9
Anger: Handling a Powerful Emotion in a Healthy Way

by Gary Chapman, PhD

Writing from a Christian therapy perspective, Gary Chapman, PhD, offers helpful insights into why people get angry, what can be done about it and how to help others with their anger.


Cost: $14
Credits: 3
The Bully Vaccine

by Jennifer Hancock

The Bully Vaccine is a book that takes an operant conditioning approach to the problem of bullying. It explores not only how to use operant conditioning to essentially train bullies to stop, but also provides detailed information on what resources victims of bullying can access as they learn how to get a bully to stop and leave them alone.


Cost: $44
Credits: 9
NEW! Emotional Vampires: Dealing with People Who Drain You Dry--'Revised and Expanded 2nd Edition'

by Albert J. Bernstein, PhD

Dr. Bernstein will help you and your clients see the self-serving Narcissists, hedonistic Antisocials, exhausting Paranoids, or over-the-top drama queens. He shares valuable advice, psychological perspectives, and much needed humor as he gives clinicians a range of defense strategies that will keep the blood-sucking creatures of darkness from draining them dry. This course is based on the 2nd edition (2012), of this well received book.


Cost: $44
Credits: 12
Evidence-Based Practice in Clinical Social Work

by James W. Drisko, PhD and Melissa D. Grady, PhD

The case examples reveal how important clinical knowledge and expertise are, to doing EBP well. It also points out how client preference and common resource limitations shape and limit EBP. This text walks clinicians through the kinds of materials, terminology and analyses found in high quality systematic reviews e.g., Cochrane Collaboration and Campbell Collaboration systematic reviews.


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
Fear of the Abyss: Healing the Wounds of Shame & Perfectionism

by Dr. Aleta Edwards

This book offers healing for a wounded core by providing specific guidance to those with the core issues of perfectionism and shame, regardless of which issues or diagnoses are on the surface, helping them to let go of that which is defensive or inauthentic. People like these fear facing emotional wounds, and develop personality traits to defend against them.


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
NEW! The Five Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts

by Gary Chapman, PhD

Writing from a Christian therapeutic perspective, Gary Chapman, PhD, addresses fundamental communication issues which will help clinicians providing marital, family and relationship counseling. In this easy to read, bestseller, he effectively proposes that people speak five different love languages.


Cost: $64
Credits: 14
The Heart & Soul of Change

by Duncan, Hubble, Miller, and Wampold

The Second Edition of The Heart & Soul of Change: Delivering What Works in Therapy, analyzes the most recent research on what works in therapeutic practice and provides practical guidance on how a therapist can accurately “deliver what works in therapy.” This edition has the same pragmatic focus as the first edition but with a larger breadth of coverage and new chapters on both youth psychotherapy and substance abuse treatment.


Cost: $34
Credits: 6
The Hopeful Brain: Relational Repair for Disconnected Children and Youth

by Meredith White-McMahon, Ed.D and Paul W Baker, Ph.D

The Hopeful Brain: Relational Repair for Disconnected Children and Youth teaches brain-based strategies that are practical, effective and supportive of youth. The authors provide a common-sense look at modern neuroscience and its application to positive youth development, psychology and educational support.


Cost: $15
Credits: 3
Improve Your Therapeutic Effectiveness

by Barry Duncan, PhD

Barry Duncan's work is considered a 'must read' for serious minded clinicians seeking to grow in their ability to help others. These four articles reveal the basic tenets in his groundbreaking work in 'how we can become better therapists'.


Cost: $49
Credits: 12
NEW! The Lost Art of Listening: How Learning to Listen Can Improve Relationships (2nd Edition)

by Michael P. Nichols, PhD

This thoughtful, witty, and empathic book has helped over 100,000 readers break through conflicts and transform their personal and professional relationships. Becoming a better listener is not a one way street, you will learn how to make yourself heard when you have something important to say.


Cost: $35
Credits: 5
Money and Psychotherapy: A Guide for Mental Health Professionals

by Richard Trachtman, PhD

This course discusses the money taboo, what it is and how it has resulted in a dearth of teaching, writing and supervision regarding the relationship of money to intrapsychic and interpersonal development and adaptation, as well as inhibiting individual clients and clinicians from addressing money related concerns.


Cost: $64
Credits: 13
Motivational Interviewing in the Treatment of Psychological Problems

edited by Arkowitz, West, Miller, Rollnick, PhDs

Motivational Interviewing (MI) is increasingly being used to help people with a wide range of psychological problems. This cutting-edge volume brings together leading experts to present novel applications of MI in mental health practice. Highly practical, but grounded in theory and research, the book provides a wealth of effective strategies for helping clients resolve ambivalence and mobilize their energy, commitment, and personal resources for change.


Cost: $39
Credits: 8
NEW! Prevention Psychology: Enhancing Personal and Social Well-Being

by John L. Romano, PhD

This book takes a multidisciplinary approach that is relevant to students, professionals, practitioners, and researchers across different disciplines including psychology, health sciences, education, social work, and public policy. The newly approved American Psychological Association Guidelines for Prevention in Psychology are incorporated into the book.


Cost: $49
Credits: 10
Spiritual Diversity in Social Work Practice: The Heart of Helping

Edward R. Canda, Ph.D. and Leola Dyrud Furman, Ph.D.

In this well-received second edition Edward R. Canda and Leola Dyrud Furman, update and build on their highly regarded initial offering. Again, they provide scientific and heartfelt information that will be helpful to social workers and other clinicians interested in the ethical application of Spirituality and people helping.

Relationship Issues


Cost: $44
Credits: 9
NEW! Emotional Vampires: Dealing with People Who Drain You Dry--'Revised and Expanded 2nd Edition'

by Albert J. Bernstein, PhD

Dr. Bernstein will help you and your clients see the self-serving Narcissists, hedonistic Antisocials, exhausting Paranoids, or over-the-top drama queens. He shares valuable advice, psychological perspectives, and much needed humor as he gives clinicians a range of defense strategies that will keep the blood-sucking creatures of darkness from draining them dry. This course is based on the 2nd edition (2012), of this well received book.

Social Worker Focus


Cost: $44
Credits: 12
Evidence-Based Practice in Clinical Social Work

by James W. Drisko, PhD and Melissa D. Grady, PhD

The case examples reveal how important clinical knowledge and expertise are, to doing EBP well. It also points out how client preference and common resource limitations shape and limit EBP. This text walks clinicians through the kinds of materials, terminology and analyses found in high quality systematic reviews e.g., Cochrane Collaboration and Campbell Collaboration systematic reviews.


Cost: $44
Credits: 9
NEW! Finding Your Moral Compass: Transformative Principles to Guide You in Recovery and Life

by Craig M. Makken, MSW, LCSW, LMFT

For licensed clinical social workers, addiction professionals, marriage and family therapists, any mental health professional working with clients in recovery or clients having questions about their ability to make good choices. Clients who have pursued drugs, alcohol, workaholism, gambling, sex, shopping, eating to where their choices and actions leave the line between right and wrong blurred in the wake of such obsessive pursuits.


Cost: $60
Credits: 7
Healing from Family Rifts

by Mark Sichel

The pain of losing a family member to an irreconcilable rift can be devastating. Mark Sichel’s Healing from Family Rifts will help clinicians guide others to finding peace and recovering from the isolation of family exile through his proven, ten-step healing program.


Cost: $49
Credits: 10
Spiritual Diversity in Social Work Practice: The Heart of Helping

Edward R. Canda, Ph.D. and Leola Dyrud Furman, Ph.D.

In this well-received second edition Edward R. Canda and Leola Dyrud Furman, update and build on their highly regarded initial offering. Again, they provide scientific and heartfelt information that will be helpful to social workers and other clinicians interested in the ethical application of Spirituality and people helping.


Cost: $65
Credits: 13
Spiritual Resources in Family Therapy

edited by Froma Walsh, PhD

Spiritual Resources in Family Therapy provides a treasury of resources to the clinician. Various experts, in their unique perspectives, address the beliefs and the practices that are deeply personal and the means within various communities of faith where they are experienced. The course is on the 1st edition (1999), paperback printing 2003.


Cost: $45
Credits: 8
The Strengths Perspective in Social Work Practice (Fifth Edition)

by Dennis Saleebey

The fifth edition of The Strengths Perspective in Social Work Practice continues the endeavor to expand the conceptual, clinical, and practical elements of the strengths perspective. It is an outstanding collection of articles explaining the strengths-based philosophy, demonstrating how it works, and providing practical tools for its application. Each chapter is written by a respected individual(s) in the field providing a balanced approach to a social work practice that explores the strengths and assets of clients. An extensive and wide range of ideas and populations are covered in this text. The Strengths Perspective in Social Work Practice is intended for Licensed Clinical Social Workers at all levels of career experience.