Recommended Psychology Books

These are recommended psychology books, from self-help to textbooks. I do not necessarily agree with every single sentence in each of these books, but overall I believe they offer valuable information and resources.

AA Not the Only Way: Your One Stop Resource Guide to 12-Step Alternatives (2nd Ed., 2010) - This is an ebook available in several formats, e.g., for Amazon Kindle, Apple iBooks (iPad, iPhone), Barnes & Noble (Nook), Kobo, Oyster, Scribd, and more. Here is the publisher's description:

"Responds to the growing demand from recovery experts, court rulings, problem drinkers & drug addicts for a global resource directory of alternative treatments. You can find a multitude of self-help groups, a variety of alternatives to help with your substance abuse, what works and what doesn't, how to choose your treatment and a complete directory of professionals & programs who offer these options."

See also my educational website, PTSDexams.net, for info on C&P exams with U.S. military veterans. (No ads. No affiliate links. No sales pitches.)

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