A Meeting of Minds Book
A meeting of minds - Simon Cooke
A Meeting of Minds traces the sometimes turbulent past of psychology in Australia over the past 50 years. It focuses on the profession of psychology, which has been shaped by social change and border disputes with psychiatry, counselling and psychotherapy. The book also covers the history of the Australian Psychological Society.
Out in the Antipodes: Gay and Lesbian Issues in Psychology
Out in the Antipodes is a long-awaited addition to the literature on lesbian and gay psychology. The first book in this field to specifically address Australian and New Zealand perspectives, it highlights the diversity and richness of lesbian and gay experience ‘in the antipodes’. Bringing together a diverse collection of work by respected theorists and researchers, Out in the Antipodes confronts the invisibility of lesbian and gay psychology within mainstream psychology. Containing sections on parenting, health, identity, politics and psychological practice, the book will be of interest to practitioners, academics, policy makers, activists and those just wishing to learn more.
Overcoming Panic book
Overcoming Panic - John Franklin
Based on years of research, this step-by-step program has been successfully completed by thousands of people who experience panic sufferers. The program can be done alone without professional help, or professional therapists can use it to help clients deal with panic disorder.
Training and Performance book
Training and performance - Human Performance and the Workplace series
Edited by Janice Langan-Fox & Mark A Griffin
This provides basic and advanced knowledge in training and performance issues, concepts, systems and research developments. It is suitable for undergraduate students studying organisational psychology and researchers seeking Australian findings.