Genre : Psychology
Editor : Research Press
Release : 2002
ISBN-13 : 0878224386
Hardcover : 329 Pages

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This practical handbook is designed for counselors, social workers, and psychologists in schools and mental health settings. It offers over 100 creative activities and effective interventions for individual counseling with children and adolescents (ages 6-18). The activities include stories, songs, games, worksheets, role plays, and other strategies that address problems, such as anger, anxiety/worry, depression, underachievement, procrastination, perfectionism, self-downing, and acting out. The interventions, which are based on the principles of rational emotive behavior therapy, can be used for helping students with normal developmental issues as well as for helping those with more serious emotional or behavioral problems. Vernon provides strategies for establishing a therapeutic relationship with students who are sometimes apprehensive or opposed to counseling. Several case studies are included to help illustrate the counseling techniques and interventions. The book also includes a chapter on working with parents and teachers. An accompanying CD of all the reproducible forms and student handouts is included with the book.

Arguing With God by Anson Laytner

Genre : Religion
Editor : Jason Aronson
Release : 1990
ISBN-13 : 0876688172
Hardcover : 314 Pages

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This book details Judaism's tradition of calling God to task over human suffering and injustice.

Baby With The Bathwater by Christopher Durang

Genre : Drama
Editor : Dramatists Play Service Inc
Release : 1984
ISBN-13 : 0822200848
Hardcover : 62 Pages

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THE STORY: As the play begins Helen and John gaze proudly at their new offspring, a bit disappointed that it doesn't speak English and too polite to check its sex. So they decide that the child is a girl and name it Daisy--which leads to all manner

Genre : Education
Editor : Guilford Press
Release : 2000-03-11
ISBN-13 : 1572305371
Hardcover : 303 Pages

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Successful collaboration between teachers and parents can greatly enhance children's educational growth and development. This clearly written book provides teachers with the knowledge and skills needed to conduct effective conferences with parents of children with disabilities. Readers gain a solid understanding of the challenges that families face as a consequence of childhood disability; how family dynamics and roles are affected; and issues that are likely to arise in meetings with school professionals. Reviewing the basic elements of parent-teacher conferencing, Seligman highlights ways to establish rapport with families, develop strong listening and responding skills, and engage parents who may feel anxious, frustrated, or angry. Also addressed are the specific requirements of the legally mandated Individualized Educational Program conference. Enhancing the book's utility are numerous concrete examples and sample parent-teacher dialogues, as well as role-play scenarios and exercises to build conferencing skills. The Appendix describes a range of disability-related referral sources and publications suitable for recommendation to parents.

My Years With General Motors by Alfred Pritchard Sloan

Genre : Business & Economics
Editor : Broadway Business
Release : 1990
ISBN-13 : 9780385042352
Hardcover : 472 Pages

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My Years with General Motors became an instant bestseller when it was first published in 1963. It has since been used as a manual for managers, offering personal glimpses into the practice of the "discipline of management" by the man who perfected it. This is the story no other businessman could tell--a distillation of half a century of intimate leadership experience with a giant industry and an inside look at dramatic events and creative business management. Only a handful of business books have reached the status of a classic, having withstood the test of over fifty years' time. Even today, Bill Gates praises My Years with General Motors as the best book to read on business, and Business Week has named it the number one choice for its "bookshelf of indispensable reading."

Genre : Education
Editor : Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Release : 2003
ISBN-13 : 1853029734
Hardcover : 288 Pages

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The authors bring together the relevant theory for social workers, nurses, teachers and others working with people with learning disabilities. Using jargon-free explanations and case examples, they present the information needed to inform good practice.

With Other Eyes by Lisa Bloom

Genre : Social Science
Editor : U of Minnesota Press
Release : 1999
ISBN-13 : 0816632227
Hardcover : 268 Pages

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With Other Eyes demonstrates how feminist, postcolonial, and antiracist concerns can successfully be incorporated into the study of art.

Working With Spoken Discourse by Deborah Cameron

Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
Editor : SAGE
Release : 2001-05-25
ISBN-13 : 0761957731
Hardcover : 206 Pages

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Working with Spoken Discourse provides a comprehensive account of the expanding multidisciplinary field of discourse analysis. Combining theory and practice it covers a wide range of material in a lively and accessible style. It discusses current approaches, concepts and debates in the field of spoken discourse and provides a grounding in the practical techniques of discourse analysis and how to apply them to real data.

With Axe And Bible by Lucille H. Campey

Genre : History
Editor : Dundurn
Release : 2007-05-31
ISBN-13 : 9781897045220
Hardcover : 206 Pages

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Lucille H. Campey traces the progress of Scottish colonization and its ramifications for New Brunswicks early development. This book is a must for genealogists.

Genre : Psychology
Editor : Melbourne University Publish
Release : 2002
ISBN-13 : 0522849911
Hardcover : 228 Pages

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This is an impressive work: carefully structured, researched and written . . . a refreshingly lucid account that is both intellectually stimulating and professionally helpful.-Janet McCalman Addicts are generally regarded with either pity or grave disapproval. But is being addicted to something necessarily bad? These attitudes are explicit both in contemporary medical literature and in popular, self-help texts. We categorise addiction as unnatural, diseased and self-destructive. We demonise pleasure and desire, and view the addict as physically and morally damaged. Helen Keane's thought-provoking text examines these assumptions in a new light. In asserting that the 'wrongness' of addiction is not fixed or indeed obvious, she presents a refreshing challenge to more conventional accounts of addiction. She also investigates the notion that people can be addicted to eating, love and sex, just as they are to drugs and alcohol. What's Wrong with Addiction? shows that most of our ideas about addiction take certain ideals of health and normality for granted. It exposes strains in our society's oppositions between health and disease, between the natural and the artificial, between order and disorder, and between self and other.