“Books have been a resource for me since the age of ten. I read voraciously the works of Freud, Harry Stack Sullivan, Karen Horney, and Jung. They helped me understand myself and others from a different perspective. I read some books for information and some for comfort, such as books of poetry. Henry Van Dyke and Henry Longfellow were my favorite poets. I read for entertainment the books of Gene Stratton-Porter, Albert Terhune, Mother West Wind Stories, and Nancy Drew. These books became like old friends. They ultimately led me to my career in life.”
- The 5 Love Languages of Children. Gary Chapman and Ross Campbell
- Why Me? Why Mine? Clear Thinking About Suffering. Paul Andrus.
- Attachment in Psychotherapy. David J Wallin.
- Love Is Letting Go Of Fear. Gerold Jampolsky,M.D.
- Learning To Love Yourself. Sharon Wegscheider- Cruse.
- Making Friends. A Guide to Getting Along With People. Andrew Matthews.
- Healing The Child Within. Charles Whitfield.
- Leaves Falling Gently. Susan Bauer-Wu. Ph.D.
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Raymond Flannery., Jr., Ph.D
- . Dancing With Fear. Paul Foxman, Ph.D.
- Elements of Crisis Intervention. James Greenstone and Sharon Levilon.
- Grief: Normal, Complicated, Traumatic. Linda J. Schupp, Ph.D.
- The Anger Control Workbook. Matthew McKay, Ph.D and Peter Rogers,Ph.D.
- Panic Attack Workbook. David Carbonell, Ph.D.
- The Feeling Good Handbook. David Burns,M.D.
- Coping With Trauma: A Guide to Self-understanding. Jon G. Allen, Ph.D.
- How Can I Help Her? A Handbook for Partners of Women Sexually Abused as Children. Joan Spear, LSCSW.
- Childhood Sexual Abuse: A Survivor’s Guide For Men. Suzanne Rice And Russell Forrest.
- Enjoy Life: Healing With Happiness. Lynn D. Johnson,Ph.D.
- Life is Goodbye. Life is Hello. Alla Bozarth-Campbell, Ph.D.
- The Book of Stress Survival. Alix Kirsta.
- Managing Your Anxiety. Christopher J. McCullough, Ph.D and Robert Woodsmann.