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Radical Psychology

by Don Coyhis, David D. Moore, Mathew A. Poteet & Susan O. Gelberg et al. Lexington Books (September 15, 2018)

Radical Psychology discusses psychological factors that shape multicultural competency and social justice effectiveness, such as implicit and explicit biases, difficulties in accurate self-assessment of cultural...


Psychotherapy for a Democratic Mind

by Israel W. Charny & Douglas Sprenkle Lexington Books (January 19, 2018)

Psychotherapy for a Democratic Mind proposes that the optimal goal of psychotherapy lies in cultivating a free mind with integrity that will not seek to do major harm to one’s life or to the lives of others....


Violent Offenders and their Victims: Restorative Justice through Mediation

by Chad C. Breckenridge Lexington Books (December 20, 2017)

Violent Offenders and Their Victims is a holistic and human exploration of the nature of violence and its genesis. Chad C. Breckenridge provides a complete psychoanalytic, child developmental, and neurobehavioral...


Biblical Psychotherapy

by Paul Cantz, Kalman J. Kaplan & Thomas H. Jobe Lexington Books (November 29, 2017)

Biblical Psychotherapy, Kalman J. Kaplan and Paul Cantz offer a new approach to suicide prevention based on biblical narratives that is designed to overcome the suicidogenic patterns in Greek and Roman stories...


How Culture Runs the Brain

by Jay Evans Harris Lexington Books (July 31, 2017)

Freud was right: mind and brain evolved together, adapting progressively to cultural change; responding regressively to wars, genocides, and forced migrations. Freud traced innate conflicts between pleasure...


A Three-Factor Model of Couples Therapy: Projective Identification, Couple Object Relations, and Omnipotent Control

by Robert Mendelsohn Lexington Books (August 07, 2017)

In A Three-Factor Model of Couples Therapy the author presents a new schema of psychodynamic couples therapy that includes a three-factor model for understanding and treating couples. These three factors are:...


A Democratic Mind

by Israel W. Charny & Allen Frances Lexington Books (July 25, 2017)

A Democratic Mind uses a lens of a “Democratic Mind” to see mental disorders as well as relationship disorders as akin and deriving from the same kind of “fascist thinking” that makes for terrifying...


Women in Philosophical Counseling

by Peter Raabe, Luisa de Paula, Rayda Guzmán González & Luisa Sesino et al. Lexington Books (April 23, 2015)

With contributions from eighteen professional women counselors from twelve different countries, this book is the first to provide an overview of new-born philosophical practices from an entirely female perspective....