Self-Help Books & Resources

Perfect Parenting  & Other Myths (Frank Main)
Risking (Dr. David Viscott)
Man's Search for Meaning (Dr. Viktor Frankl)
Living, Loving, Learning (Dr. Leo Buscaglia)
Loving Each Other (same)
Iron John (Robert Bly)
The Couples Companion (Dr. Harville Hendrix)
Healing the Shame that Binds You (John Bradshaw)
The Dance of Fear (Dr. Harriet Lerner)

As a therapist, counseling resources such as self-help books are key to my work. From modeling self-help in individual sessions to help with parenting, couples work in enhancing your relationship and marriage, I use a number of different self-help tools to best help. These tools are wonderful in working one-on-one, with couples, a child and the family.  Here are some other resources, links you can go to and learn more about these important issues:

Addictions and Recovery
Alcoholics Anonymous
Codependents Anonymous  A fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships

Anxiety Disorders

National Center for PTSD

Child Abuse and Domestic Violence
Childhelp USA  Dedicated to meeting the physical, emotional, and educational needs of abused and neglected children. Nice parenting resource.

Other important Topics

Attention Deficit Disorder Association
Asperger's Syndrome and Disorder  How to recognize, cope and deal with Asperger's in a child.

Stuart Kaplowitz  (909) 576-3889
Marriage & Family Therapist
12540 10th St, Chino

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