Additional Therapist Resources

This page lists resources for therapists in areas other than relationships and sexuality. I read a lot of therapy-related books; these are ones I think are exceptional. For now, I list only the titles and authors, along with links to Amazon so you can get information about the contents. Later, I’ll write a brief description of each book. I receive no compensation for these recommendations.

EXCEPTIONAL THERAPY-RELATED BOOKS

Becoming Attached by Robert Karen (1998).

Cognitive Behavioral Treatment of Insomnia by Michael L. Perlis, et al. (2005).

Doing Dialectical Behavior Therapy by Kelly Koerner (2012).

Effective Techniques for Dealing with Highly Resistant Clients by Clifton W. Mitchell (2005).

The Emperor’s New Drugs: Exploding the Antidepressant Myth by Irving Kirsch (2010).

Interpersonal Process in Therapy, Fifth Edition by Edward Teyber (2005). [There’s a sixth and seventh edition; I don’t know how they compare.]

Leaving It at the Office: A Guide to Psychotherapist Self-Care by John C. Norcross and James D. Guy (2007).

Motivational Interviewing, Third Edition by William R. Miller and Stephen Rollnick (2013).

Navigating the Insurance Maze: The Therapist’s Complete Guide to Working With Insurance — And Whether You Should, Sixth Edition by Barbara Griswold (2015).

Persuasion and Healing, Third Edition by Jerome D. Frank and Julia B. Frank (1991).

Relational Concepts in Psychoanalysis by Stephen A. Mitchell (1988).

Social Constructionism, Third Edition by Vivien Burr (2015).

What Every Therapist Needs to Know About Anxiety Disorders by Martin N. Seif and Sally Winston (2014).