The following are resources that we and our clients have found helpful. Many of the books can be ordered easily by clicking on the cover photograph.
Couples and Relationships
Dr. Sue Johnson, 2008. An excellent introduction to Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy.
Dr. Sue Johnson, 2013. The latest scientific research on how and why we love.
www.iceeft.com – The official website for Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy. Contains links to the scientific research on the efficacy of this therapy. University of Ottawa, Canada.
www.Gottman.com – The Gottman Institute is a great source of scientifically validated methods for improving your relationship.
Dr. John M. Gottman and Nan Silver, 1999.
Dr. John M. Gottman, 2002.
by Brene Brown, 2012.
Daniel Siegel, M.D., 2012.
Dr. Fred Luskin, 2003.www.learningtoforgive.com
Robert D. Enright, Ph.D., 2001.
Healing from an Affair
Dr. Janis Abrams Spring and Michael Spring, 2012.
Shirley P. Glass, PhD with Jean Coppock Staeheli, 2003.
Douglas K. Snyder, Ph.D., Donald H. Baucom, Ph.D., and Kristina Koop Gordon, Ph.D., 2007.
Linda J. MacDonald, MS, LMFT, 2010.
Patrick Carnes, Ph.D., 3rd Edition, 2001.
Patrick Carnes, Ph.D.; David L. Delmonico, Ph.D.; Elizabeth Griffin, M.A.; and Joseph M. Moriarty, 2nd Edition, 2007.
Prostate Cancer Support
www.UsToo.org – A wealth of information on all aspects of prostate cancer. This site is the host of the PCAI – prostate cancer and intimacy listserve. A very valuable resource.
www.Twccaz.org – Arizona Wellness Community. In Phoenix. A great source of support for individuals with any form of cancer. All services are free.
Ralph and Barbara Alterowitz, 2004.
Virginia and Keith Laken, 2002.
Paul H. Lange, MD with Christine Adamec, 2003.
John P. Mulhall, MD, 2008. Provides detailed, practical information by the director of the Sexual and Reproductive Medicine Program, Division of Urology, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
By Lori Wilk Wife of Prostate Cancer Survivor.
by Jeffrey Albaugh (Author), PhD (Author), APRN (Author), CUCNS (Author)
Depression, Anxiety, and other Mental Health Concerns
www.nimh.nih.gov – National Institute of Mental Health homepage, from which you can search for the topic of interest (depression, anxiety, panic attacks, etc.). This is a major clearinghouse of excellent information.
www.medscape.com – A good source for scholarly information. Registration is required, but free.
www.webMD.com – A generally reliable but less regulated site for physical and mental health.
Dennis Greenberger and Christine Padesky, 1995. A practical introduction to cognitive behavioral therapy that you can use in conjunction with therapy and many people have used on their own.
Edward Hallowell. 1995. How to understand and manage adult ADD.
Daniel G. Amen, M.D., 1999.
Daniel G. Amen, M.D., 2008.
Edmund J. Bourne 4th Edition, 2005.
Elaine N. Aron, 1999.
Jon Kabat-Zinn, 2005.
Russ Harris, 2008
Margaret A. Caudill, MD, PhD, MPH, 3rd Edition, 2009. Packed with important information and practical tips, by a pioneer in the holistic management of persistent pain.
Marsha M. Linehan, Ph.D., 1993.
Randi Kreger with James Paul Shirley, 2012.
Daniel J. Siegel, MD, 2010.
24-Hour Crisis Line. Helpful for a Mental Health Crisis anytime of the day or night, for anyone in Maricopa County, Arizona. 602-222-9444 (or, toll free, 1-800-631-1314).
24-Hour Hotline to find a domestic violence shelter. 602-263-8900 (or, toll free, 1-800-799-7739).
Community Information & Referral, 602-263-8856.
Emotional & Social Intelligence
Daniel Goleman, 2006.
Daniel Goleman, 2007.
by Brene Brown, 2010.
Robert Bly, 1990.
Robert Moore and Douglas Gillette, 1990.
Warren Farrell, Ph.D., 1993.
Bernie Zilbergeld, Ph.D., 1999.
5th Edition. Dr. Thomas W. Phelan, 2014.
2nd Edition. Dr. Thomas W. Phelan, 1998.
Daniel Siegel, MD, and Mary Hartzell, 2003.
by Brene Brown, 2013.
Revised Edition. Cynthia Kuhn, Ph.D., Scott Swartzwelder, Ph.D., Wilkie Wilson, Ph.D. ( Duke University Medical Center), Updated 4th Edition, 2014. An excellent source for the facts about drugs, without exaggeration or embellishment. It was written for college students and is suitable for ages 14 and above.
11th Edition, Jean Kinney and Gwen Leaton, 2014.
National Alcohol & Drug Abuse Hotline –1- 800-662-HELP.
George E. Vaillant, MD, 2002.
Zalman Schachter-Shalomi and Ronald S. Miller, 1995.
City of Phoenix Senior Services – 602-262-7379
24-hour help line for the Maricopa County office of the Area Agency on Aging – 602-264-4357. A central clearing house for resources for elders.
Other Links of Interest
Online articles about EFT
Dr. Sue Johnson’s 2-page summary of her book, Hold Me Tight: www.psychologytoday.com/articles/200812/hold-me-tight.
Videos about EFT and the power of emotions.
Brene Brown on the healing power of vulnerability and shame: www.ted.com/talks/brene_brown_on_vulnerability and www.ted.com/talks/brene_brown_listening_to_shame
Dr. Sue Johnson illustrates the first steps of the Emotionally Focused Therapy process: https://psychotherapy.net/video/emotionally-focused-couples-therapy
Dr. Sue Johnson talks about how the new science of love helps us create, nurture and protect our most precious relationships: http://www.holdmetight.net/video.php
To give us feedback on these or other resources, call 480-990-9128 (Sandy) or 602-538-9094 (Douglas).