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First Edition. A guide for parents on good mental health for children, by one of the pioneers of cognitive-behavioral therapy. According to Wikipedia, in 1982, Ellis (1913–2007) was ranked the second most influential psychotherapist in a survey of psychologists. First edition (with no indication of later printings). A very good.....
First Edition. The "father of cognitive therapy" looks at destructive behaviors. First edition (with a numberline ending in 1). Near fine in a near fine dust jacket. Inscribed by Beck to the mystery writer and therapist Mark Schorr, "To Mark, regards, Aaron Beck." Books signed by Beck are uncommon.
First Edition. 275 pages. First edition (first printing). The covers are a bit splayed and there is a glue stain on the inside front cover (a binding flaw), thus very good in a near fine jacket. This copy is inscribed to the evolutionist and science writer Stephen Jay Gould.
First Edition. xii, 618 pages. A collection of essays, including "Fying Saucers: A Modern Myth of Things Seen in the Sky" (pp. 307–436); a previously unpublished manuscript from 1922, "The Love Problems of a Student"; and "The Undiscovered Self (Present and Future)" First edition (first printing, with no later printings noted).....
First Edition. 189 pages; 8 leaves of black-and-white plates. 7-1/2 by 11 inches. The Chilean surrealist's dissertation for his law degree. Perhaps suiting an avant-garde poet-lawyer, in this work he explores madness and society. In this wide-ranging essay, he identifies madness as one of three phenomena that affect life, along.....