Trauma-based & Family Psychotherapy For Angry, Anxious, Depressed, and Frustrated Families

Professional Book Reviews

 

 

2016

Protect Young Minds Organization:Good Pictures, Bad Pictures: Porn-Proofing Today’s Young Kids by Kristin Jenson and Dr. Poyner, PhD.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Christians With Depression by Michelle Pearce, PhD

Beyond Borderline by John G. Gunderson and Perry D. Hoffman

Calming Your Anxious Child by Kathleen Trainor, PsyD

The STOP Program for Women Who Abuse by David B Wexler

The Mindfulness Approach for Intense Emotions by Cedar R. Koons, MSW, LCSW

Children Who Fail At School But Succeed At Life by Marc Katz

Show Me Your scars By Lee Gutkind

 

2015

Sensorimotor Psychotherapy: Interventions for Trauma & Attachment By Pat Ogden and Janina Fisher

The Power of Others By Michael Bond

The mood repair toolkit: Proven strategies to prevent the blues from turning into depression by David Clark

Healing Moments in Psychotherapy By Daniel J. Siegel and Marion Solomon, editors

Child Temperament: New Thinking About the Boundary Between Traits & Illness By David Rettew

A Parent’s Guide to High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder, 2nd Ed. By Sally Ozonoff, Geraldine Dawson, and James C. McPartland

Charting the Course for Treating Children with Autism: A Beginner’s Guide for Therapists By Linda Kelly and Janice Plunkett D’Avignon

Parenting the Whole Child By Scott M. Shannon with Emily Heckman

Oppositional Defiant Disorders: A mother’s survival by Zenia Marsden

Is That Me Yelling? A Parent’s Guide By Rona Renner

Anxiety + Depression: Effective Treatment of the Big Two Co-Occurring Disorders By Margaret Wehrenberg

Healing From Childhood Abuse: Understanding the Effects, Taking Control to Recover By John J Lemoncelli

The Healing Power of Writing: A Therapist’s Guide to Using Journaling With Clients By Susan Borkin

Child and Adolescent Mental Health: A practical, all in one guide by Jess Shatkin

Post Romantic Stress Disorder: What to do when the honeymoon is over by John Bradshaw

Red flags: how to spot frenemies, underminers, and toxic people in your life by Wendy Patrick

Bonded to the abuser: How victims make sense of childhood abuse by Amy Baker and Mel Schneiderman

Life is Trichy: Memoir of a mental health therapist with a mental health disorder by Lindsay Muller 

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Trying to understand all of the chaos associated with the #coronavirus can feel very overwhelming.

I want to let ALL of my clients/patients who come to Anchored Child & Family Counseling or who see me for consultations know that I am taking the necessary steps to ensure that all of the families and individuals who come to the office are safe and healthy.

Please know that, in the event Anchored Child & Family Counseling is asked to alter its hours or close for the safety of all clients/patients, I will be offering tele-health (online, computer, or phone) services. Although I do not anticipate this happening any time soon, this is important to be prepared for.

I also want to assure you that if I receive any information regarding the corona virus that involves your insurance and/or your care I will let you know as soon as possible.

Although many of the new reports may appear to be or feel exaggerated, as you know keeping our eyes open and making smart decisions is essential.

Please let me know if you have questions!
Tamara

 

 

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