Open Leaves Books
Counselling and Mental Health
Open Leaves Books has a reputation throughout Australia as the premier bookseller in the areas of counselling and mental health.
With over 30 years experience in these areas, our titles range broadly across
five subject areas:
- Children and Adolescents - including Bullying, AD/HD and Mindfulness
- Counselling and Mental Health - including Addictions and Expressive Arts
- Human Relations - including Anger Management and Personal Relationships
- Loss and Grief - including Loss of a Baby, Grief Counselling and Suicide
- Stress and Trauma - including Anxiety, Depression and Self Harm
Please take the time to browse through our wonderful collection of counselling
and mental health books!
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THIS WEEK'S HIGHLIGHTS
We are pleased to announce that we are the bookseller at the upcoming seminars in May with Dr John Arden. The Delphi Centre is conducting these seminars in Melbourne and Brisbane only. Brain Based Trauma Therapy: Integrating Neuroscience and Psychotherapy synthesizes neuroscience, evidence-based treatment, psychotherapy research and attachment theory into a hybrid therapeutic model. The training concentrates on new ways of looking at the therapeutic process, enabling therapists to move beyond the traditional theoretical school approach.
Dr Arden is the author of several books - all available on our website - including a new book entitled Brain2Brain, due to be published this month.
For more information go to the website: www.delphicentre.com.au
The 2015 RANZCP Congress is being held this year at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre from May 3-7. We are pleased to be the bookseller at this important event. The theme, Measurers + Thinkers: Psychiatry as Science and Art, focuses on the advances in scientific understanding in the psychiatry field, balanced against the individual experiences of human beings who are the patients and partners in care.
Keynote speakers include Professor Jeffrey Braithwaite and Dr Cordelia Fine from Australia; Professor Carol Brayne from the UK; and Professor Read Montague from the USA.
For more information visit the website: www.ranzcp2015.com
(Elvin) Semrad taught us that most human suffering is related to love and loss and that the job of therapists is to help people 'acknowledge, experience and bear' the reality of life - with all its pleasures and heartbreak. 'The greatest sources of our suffering are the lies we tell ourselves,' he'd say, urging us to be honest with ourselves about every facet of our experience. He often said that people can never get better without knowing what they know and feeling what they feel.
Bessel van der Kolk, The Body Keeps the Score
Bessel van der Kolk begins his tour of the eastern states in Brisbane on March 16. For more information visit the workshop website: www.byronclinic.com
For more upcoming conferences and workshops, please visit the CONFERENCES page of our website.
RECENT NEW BOOKS
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