The Art of Being

Renowned social psychologist Erich Fromm outlines a guide to well-being in the modern ageThough laptops, smartphones, and TVs have in many ways made life more convenient, they have also disconnected us from the real world. Days are spent going from screen to machine, machine to screen. In The Art of Being, renowned humanist philosopher and […]

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Losing a Parent to Suicide

The suicide of a parent has life-long consequences; few more traumatic scenarios exist, and counselors often struggle for ways to help clients deal with its effects. Few understand the pain and life-altering effects of these tragedies better than children who have experienced the suicide of a parent. Despite this, there are few texts that incorporate […]

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Freedom from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Nearly six million Americans suffer from the symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder, which can manifest itself in many ways: paralyzing fear of contamination; unmanageable “checking” rituals; excessive concern with order, symmetry, and counting; and others. Freedom from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder provides Dr. Jonathan Grayson’s revolutionary and compassionate program for finally breaking the cycle of overwhelming fear and endless […]

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I Don’t Have to Make Everything All Better

In their weekly radio show and in their popular workshops, Gary and Joy Lundberg have already helped thousands of people and their families to communicate more effectively. Now, the Lundbergs address an all too common dilemma that arises when others expect you to solve their problems for them, showing readers how they can shed the […]

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The Professional Counselor as Administrator

A largely undiscussed problem exists in the counseling community. Each year many excellent professional counselors with little or no administrative preparation or leadership experience are asked to assume administrative roles in schools, colleges and universities, state and federal government offices, community agencies, and foundations. The purpose of this book is to lighten their challenge by […]

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The Grown-Up’s Guide to Teenage Humans

Nautilus Gold Award Winner: Parenting & Family A practical guide to understanding teens from bestselling author and global youth advocate Josh Shipp. In 2015, Harvard researchers found that every child who does well in the face of adversity has had at least one stable and committed relationship with a supportive adult. But Josh Shipp didn’t […]

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Identity Crisis

Identity Crisis – Finding Your Functional Identity in Christ Alone (7,600 words) – “Many of the people we counsel live inside a black hole of self-will, misery, and confusion. They need God to break in on their shadowland from which sin has erased the light of the personal and living God” – David Powlison Do […]

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Feeling Loved

Do your connections with friends, family, or romantic partners leave you feeling empty, dissatisfied, or out of sync? What you may be missing is the close bond that’s only experienced with people who make us feel secure and valued—the experience of feeling loved. Feeling Loved reframes the way we view love and connection and provides […]

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Oracle

Oracle: The Art of Intuitive Counseling is a practical guide for all those who are interested in oraculating, divination, and fortune-telling. This is a how-to, hands-on manual with a plethora of information and methodology useful to beginners and experts alike. Easy to read, witty, and resourceful, this book covers histories; practices; and theological, psychological, and […]

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