Conflict Management Skills Workbook
Dr. John J. Liptak and Ester A. Leutenberg
The self-assessments, exercises, and journaling activities in this book will take participants through a unique negotiations model. This model helps participants learn about their beliefs surrounding conflict, identify their preferred style for managing conflict, examine active listening skills, identify the situations that trigger conflict, and recognize their negotiation style for what they want and need.
Ethical Decision Making in Therapy
Edited by Elizabeth J. Rave and Carolyn C. Larsen
This volume offers an innovative feminist model that acknowledges the importance of affect in ethical decision-making. Case scenarios raise ethical dilemmas typical of everyday practice and experienced feminist therapists explain how they might respond.
Helping Kids Make Wise Choices and Reduce Risky Behavior
Terri Akin * Gerry Dunne * Dianne Schilling
This book is based on the belief that making wise choices is a teachable, learnable process and that developing the skill of wise choice-making automatically reduces risky behavior.