As Nicholas reveals the intricacies of his amazing long life, Brett discovers not only the origins of every facet of the much beloved Santa Claus myth, but also that, when confronted with the miraculous, faith is the only rational choice left.
Gerrold Smith, a desperate father turned terrorist now facing triple life sentences, is only focused on doing time. But when his former hostage turned partner in crime, Melissa Cooper, offers to break him out of prison, events spiral rapidly out of control.
On the run toward Florida, the last-known location of Detective Bryce Rogan–a man who holds the key to bringing down the child-sex trafficking ring Gerrold’s reign of terror inadvertently exposed–Gerrold and Mel discover both the depths of their passion for one another as well as the lengths each will go to survive and bring to justice the corrupt power-brokers who helped ruin their lives.
But is it the find of the century, or a costly fraud?
As he flees with Isabel, Kaufman’s beguiling sister, Dr. Munro finds himself pursued by relentless mercenaries intent on seizing this incalculable treasure for themselves. Through some of Christianity’s most revered historical sites, he and Isabel must race to unravel the clues and find the autographs before they fall into the wrong hands.
[This book has] many useful insights for other therapists... make a copy of the competency checklist: if we all scored highly and consistently, there would be no need for talk of "national registration" ' - "The Therapist
In this volume the authors develop the cognitive-behavioural counselling approach by offering newer conceptualizations of many common client problems. It is suggested that effective interventions will often need to take account of early maladaptive interpretations of situations and of the presence of personality disorders.
The specifics of tackling problems as diverse as surviving in a family with a personality disordered member and post-traumatic stress disorder are elaborated, and recent developments in the counselling of clients with anxiety and depression are also incorporated. Hitherto neglected issues such as the use of groups and the assessment of counsellor competence are also highlighted.
He is soon captured by the caliph’s forces and is given a choice: convert or die. Horrified by the murderous oppression of women and religious minorities, Peter engineers his escape and begins a resistance movement.
Can Peter convince the citizens of this besieged city to reclaim their rightful inheritance? Or will the leaders of the new religion hold greater sway?
In this book, Michael J. Scott provides a practical and concise guide for therapists using CBT with a range of disorders including:depression panic disorder and agoraphobia post-traumatic stress disorder generalised anxiety disorder obsessive compulsive disorder social phobia.
Simply Effective CBT is illustrated throughout with transcripts of sessions which serve as models for putting theory into practice. It provides the therapist with sufficient understanding of the cognitive theory of a disorder, enabling them to tailor the protocols provided to the needs of the individual. The appendices include a CBT Pocketbook - to guide treatment and assessment for each disorder - making it essential reading for all professionals using CBT.