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Ancient Ethics for Today's Healers
Geral Blanchard
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Drawing from both ancient wisdom traditions of the earliest shamanic healers and sacred principles of indigenous medicine people, Geral Blanchard offers best practice guidelines for contemporary psychotherapists to traverse the modern and ancient healing path. In Ancient Ethics for Today’s Healers, Blanchard embraces a deeply humane and passionate practice and challenges us to embed ourselves in indigenous thinking – what Native Americans refer to as the Original Instructions.

From the rainforests of the Amazon to the African savannas, Geral has encountered some of the most intriguing and enlightening tribal elders who will inform your mind and open your heart. Ancient Ethics for Today’s Healers will take you on a unique journey around the world in search of your guiding North Star. Learn More

Ancient Ways: Indigenous Healing Innovations for the 21st Century
Geral Blanchard
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Ancient Ways is a unique addition to the field by combining traditional indigenous wisdom with contemporary neuroscience and psychotherapeutic innovations to create a comprehensive model for psychological healing. This one-of-a-kind text emphasizes several elements that are essential to successfully resolving issues of physical, emotional, and sexual trauma. Within this framework, the author encourages the exploration of robust therapeutic growth that requires a strong spiritual component, immersion in nature, and recovery strategies that are steeped in community relationships, rituals, and ceremonies.

Drawing from sacred shamanic traditions and contemporary North American medicine, Blanchard explains how old and new healing strategies are surprisingly compatible and combine for a more powerful potentiating effect. For the therapist who desires a more reverent and meaningful counseling practice, this book offers a solid theoretical foundation for this important work. Learn More

Being a Pro: The Prosocial Model for Problem Solving (Teen Workbook)
Dr. Norbert Ralph
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This 10-module intervention builds prosocial problem-solving skills in justice system-involved adolescents aged 12 and 18. Dr. Norbert Ralph, a clinical psychologist at the San Francisco Juvenile Justice Center, targets prosocial reasoning and skills in teens, a key developmental area related to positive healthy outcomes. Grounded in developmental and brain research with adolescents, this book is written in plain, accessible language and uses relevant real-life content and exercises to engage readers.

Advantages of the Being a Pro program:

--Targets prosocial reasoning and skills in teens, a key developmental area related to positive healthy outcomes.
--Grounded in developmental and brain research with teens, and what can help them function better.
--Written in plain language accessible for young people.
--Real-life relevant content and exercises engage today’s teens.
--Workbook structure complements ongoing counseling.
--Can be used for boys and girls ages 12 to 18.
--Can be used in individual and group counseling.
--Can be used over a 10-week period, but individual exercises are written so they can be used separately.

Please take a look at the FREE supplemental materials to this book by clicking "sample download," on the left! These materials include:

--Counselor manual for using the workbook
--A Research and theory manual to provide in-depth background information
--Specially designed Pre and Post tests to assess prosocial outcomes
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Effective Intervention with Adolescents Who Have Offended Sexually
Sue Righthand, Brittany Baird, Ineke Way & Michael C. Seto
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Adolescents who have offended sexually are a diverse population, with different treatment needs. Individualized and evidence-based assessment and treatment are essential. The main goal of this book is to summarize research to highlight dynamic risk factors that are important treatment targets. This small, but information-filled book is a must-have reference.
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Group Therapy with Sexual Abusers: Engaging the Full Potential of the Group Experience
Steven P. Sawyer and Jerry L. Jennings
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This important new book is dedicated specifically to group therapy with adult sexual abusers. It provides a primer for those working with adults and offer insights into utilizing the unique power of group, building relationships and group cohesion to achieve therapeutic growth, creating sound, practical guidelines for facilitating groups in the powerful mode of “group-centered” group therapy, and offering dozens of case examples based on the authors’ many years of practice. The authors are leading experts on group therapy for sexual abusers, who present regularly at professional conferences across North America. Learn More

Healthy Families
Timothy J. Kahn
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Healthy Families is for parents of children undergoing treatment for sexual behavior problems and illegal sexual behavior. Healthy Families supports and informs parents of all children in such treatment, regardless of the workbook they are using. An extended appendix includes information specifically relating to adolescents working in the fourth edition of Pathways and for children working in the second edition of Roadmaps to Recovery. However, clinicians who engage parents in the treatment of young clients will find Health Families a valuable resource independent of the workbook being used. Learn More

It’s Perfectly Normal: Epidemic Of The 21st Century (20th Anniversary Edition)
Robie H. Harris; Illustrated by Michael Emberley
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It’s Perfectly Normal — for preteens and teens age 10 and up — provides accurate, unbiased answers to nearly every conceivable question, from conception and puberty to birth control and AIDS. Now offering a brand-new chapter focusing on safe Internet use – one of parents’ key concerns – this universally acclaimed classic is a cutting-edge resource for kids, parents, teachers, librarians, and anyone else who cares about the well-being of tweens and teens.

Alternately playful and realistic, the watercolor-and-pencil art reinforces the message that bodies come in all sizes, shapes, and colors, and that each variation is “perfectly normal.” This award winning book (ALA notable children’s book, NY Times notable book of the year, and numerous five star reviews) offers young people the information they need to make responsible decisions. Learn More

Passport to Independence: A Good Lives Workbook
Peel Behavioural Services with Robin J. Wilson
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Many treatment programs for persons who have sexually offended use a Good Lives framework that suggests that successful people are able to manage their lives in a variety of important domains. However, some of those domains can be a bit challenging for clients to fully appreciate and understand. Passport to Independence is not a treatment curriculum in and of itself. Rather, it is a collection of exercises that treatment providers and clients can use to make concepts such as “community” and “being good at work and play” clearer and easier to incorporate into clients' lives moving forward. Passport to Independence covers all of the components of life that clients in treatment need to consider to be successful.

Just released on November 27, 2017, Passport to Independence is now available! Copies are going fast, so please order soon! Learn More

Pathways: A Guided Workbook for Youth Beginning Treatment
Timothy J. Kahn
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This accessible, down-to-Earth workbook and teaching tool leads the client toward a new life as a responsible member of his or her own sexual abuse prevention and safety team, a person who will have no more victims. Pathways presents the assault cycle and relapse prevention techniques as tools for understanding and prevention. Pathways helps clients look at the maintenance behaviors that keep them cycling through anger, boredom, and other feelings that feed their cycles. Education toward appropriate behavior and basic sexuality information helps clients to redress their social deficits. Learn More

Pornography and its Place in the Assessment and Treatment of Adolescents who have Sexually Abused
David S. Prescott and Siegi Schuler
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No one thinks that exposure to pornography is a good idea for adolescents who sexually abuse, but what do we actually know from research? How should this inform our clinical practice? In this groundbreaking booklet, David Prescott addresses the research findings of this controversial topic. Taking this information, they explore the implications of this research for the assessment, treatment intervention, and the risk management of adolescents living in a sexualized culture. Most importantly, the booklet covers how the clinician can work with an adolescent in treatment to help him or her build a healthier future. Learn More

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