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The Journey Of The Heroic Parent

Author : Brad M. Reedy
ISBN : 9781682450024
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Raising a child struggling with mental health issues, addiction, depression, suicidal thoughts, eating disorders or even just teen angst can be frightening and confusing. When all you've done is not enough, when your child seems lost and you feel inept and impotent, Dr Reedy can help you take the necessary steps to find your child, not with cursory cures or snappy solutions, but rather by effecting positive change in your own behaviour.

The Parental Tool Box

Author : Dayna Guido
ISBN : 9781732121829
Genre : Family & Relationships
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The Parental Tool Box contains the largest array of practical strategies and skills assembled in one book for parents and clinicians. The latest research in attachment theory, neurobiology, and evidence-based therapeutic strategies and interventions are integrated into three major sections: The Power of Words, Relationships, & Change and Personal Development. The content of the chapters teaches ways to avoid power struggles by creating a family environment of mutual respect. The comprehensiveness of The Parental Tool Box makes it an ideal ongoing resource which helps parents effectively deal with any problematic behavior. Written in a strength-based and practical manner, each chapter includes Home Improvement Projects to practice the skills introduced. Each tool is examined through The Three Rs: Reframe, Replace, and Rewire. This breakthrough perspective reframes attitudes, replaces undesirable habits, and rewires the biochemistry/neurology to make lasting changes. The Parental Tool Box is written by two professionals who have each had over 40 years in the field and have practiced all of these tools in real time with both typical and highly challenging youth and families. It contains a vast library of verbal strategies, clear and concise social skills, and relational exercises presented in easy to master formats. Written in a descriptive and specific manner for all parents to understand; it is both a skills manual and a comprehensive parenting resource.

Freedom From Family Dysfunction

Author : Kenneth Perlmutter
ISBN : 9781538121955
Genre : Psychology
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The headlines ring with stories of opioid addiction and overdose. Parents complain about their children’s screen addiction, law enforcement decries the flood of fentanyl, scores of Americans overdose and die daily, and teen alcohol poisoning and marijuana-induced psychosis rates continue to rise. Disabling depression and anxiety are diagnosed at alarming rates in families across the country. Now, more than ever, families struggle to live with, care for, and protect their family members suffering with addiction or mental illness. Kenneth Perlmutter, a California psychologist with 30-plus years in the field, has written Freedom from Family Dysfunction specifically for family members who love someone battling addiction or mental illness who want to break the cycles of codependency and relapse plaguing their dysfunctional systems. The combination of compelling vignettes, lively dialogues, and step-by-step instructions makes this guidebook an indispensable tool for the parents, partners, adult children, and the clinicians who treat them, to heal the powerlessness, pain, and impossibility of life with someone they’ve been trying to help, sometimes for decades. Perlmutter takes a systemic and inter-generational view, combining current knowledge with his deep personal experience of addiction and family dysfunction to guide readers toward understanding their systems, their positions in them, and the forces that keep things stuck. “Stress-Induced Impaired Coping (SIIC)” is the term he’s coined to describe his ground-breaking model of family system pathology and recovery. He invites families to see themselves not as dysfunctional, but as wounded, as they work toward connection, closeness, and the restoration of systemic mental wellness and sustainability. Best of all, the method works regardless of whether the one identified as “the problem” makes changes or not. Family members who take up Perlmutter’s method will: · ​create closeness by pursuing connection over being right · reject “tough love" · learn to communicate authentically and to set boundaries confidently and fairly · rebuild trust, authenticity and equality in family relationships · reduce chaos, anxiety and distress in the mind and in the home · shift the entire family system itself toward wellness

The Definitive Guide To Addiction Interventions

Author : Louise Stanger
ISBN : 9780429866609
Genre : Psychology
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Written for a broad audience of medical and behavioral healthcare professionals, The Definitive Guide to Addiction Interventions: A Collective Strategy introduces clinicians to best practices in addiction interventions and bridges the gap between the theory and practice of successful intervention. Synthesizing decades of fieldwork, Louise Stanger explores the framework for successful invitations to change, what they look like in action, and how to adjust approach by population, and Lee Weber serves as editor. The authors summarize and compare intervention models in use today and explain the use of family mapping and individual portraiture as clinical tools. The text also teaches clinicians to troubleshoot common situations as they help move clients toward positive life decisions. Practical, ready-to-use clinical tools follow the text in downloadable worksheet form.

Another Way Home

Author : John Thorndike
ISBN : 0140265708
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Soon after the birth of their son, Janir, John Thorndike's wife began a terrifying and dangerous drift into schizophrenia. Realizing that the only way to protect Janir was to take him away from his mother, Thorndike found his way through the pratfalls of child rearing alone. All who have experienced the wrench of mental illness in the family will recognize their own journey in Thorndike's heartfelt and heroic story of fatherhood.

Journey Back From Vietnam

Author : Wayne Purinton
ISBN : 9781936782062
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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When Wayne Purinton was 19, feeling it was his patriotic duty, he decided to volunteer for service to his country. Soon after, Wayne-a gentle, innocent farm boy from Kansas who had never shot at anything bigger than a pheasant-was flung into the jungles of Vietnam and told to track down and kill the enemies of his country. The horrors he experienced-shooting Viet Cong until it became a dehumanizing, almost casual affair, watching his peers gunned down around him-pervaded, and after his return, he didn't speak of Vietnam again even to those closest to him.

Video Sourcebook

Author : Thomson Gale
ISBN : 1414400993
Genre : Performing Arts
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From classroom aids to corporate training programs, technical resources to self-help guides, children's features to documentaries, theatrical releases to straight-to-video movies, The Video Source Book continues its comprehensive coverage of the wide universe of video offerings with more than 130,000 complete program listings, encompassing more than 160,000 videos. All listings are arranged alphabetically by title. Each entry provides a description of the program and information on obtaining the title. Six indexes -- alternate title, subject, credits, awards, special formats and program distributors -- help speed research.

The Heroic Struggle

Author : Joseph Isaac Schneersohn
ISBN : STANFORD:36105028628969
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Recounts the 1927 arrest and imprisonment of the sixth Habad-Lubavitcher Rebbe, Yosef Yitzhak Schneersohn, by Soviet authorities, based mainly on his autobiographical notes and supplemented by other sources. Relates how Schneersohn remained steadfast in observing religious practices during 19 days in Leningrad's Spalerno prison. Protest within the country and abroad apparently saved his life and succeeded in getting his sentence changed to ten years imprisonment in the North and then to three years internal exile in Kostroma. This, too, was commuted and he was allowed to emigrate to Riga. Relates his efforts to support an underground network of traditional Jewish education in a hostile environment and to encourage observant Jews in many parts of the USSR. The account stresses persecution from the Yevsektsia (Jewish section) of the Communist Party more than from the party itself, and the resistance of Schneersohn as a leader and inspirer of traditional Judaism in the face of opposition from without and within.

Walking Home To Rosie Lee

Author : A. LaFaye
ISBN : 9781935955153
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Young Gabe's is a story of heartache and jubilation. He's a child slave freed after the Civil War. He sets off to reunite himself with his mother who was sold before the war's end. "Come morning, the folks take to the road again, singing songs, telling stories, and dream-talking of the lives they're gonna live in freedom. And I follow, keeping my eyes open for my mama. Days pass into weeks, and one gray evening as Mr. Dark laid down his coat, I see a woman with a yellow scarf 'round her neck as bright as a star. I run up to grab her hand, saying, Mama?" Gabe's odyssey in search of his mother has an epic American quality, and Keith Shepherd's illustrations—influenced deeply by the narrative work of Thomas Hart Benton—fervently portray the struggle in Gabe's heroic quest. Selected as a 2012 Skipping Stones Honor Book and for the 2012 IRA Teacher's Choices Reading List. A. LaFaye hopes Walking Home to Rosie Lee will honor all those African American families who struggled to reunite at the end of the Civil War and will pay her respects to those who banded together through the long struggle for freedom. She is the author of the Scott O'Dell Award-winning novel Worth and lives in Tennessee with her daughter Adia. Keith Shepherd is a painter, graphic designer, and educator working out of Kansas City, MO. His painting "Sunday Best" is part of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum's permanent collection. He describes his work as being "motivated by family, religion, history, and music."

Just The Way You Want Me

Author : Nora Eisenberg
ISBN : 0967952085
Genre : Fiction
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After deciding to let her boyfriend sweep her away to Guatemala, Betsy learns that after all these years her father, who was often in trouble with the law because of his labor activism, may not be dead.

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