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Addiction & Recovery
 
Overeaters Anonymous® (2014).  Abstinence, Second Edition: Members of Overeaters Anonymous Share Their Experience, Strength and Hope.  
 
Carnes, Patrick (2001).  Out of the shadows: Understanding sexual addiction. Hazelden: Center City, MN.
 
Carnes, Patrick, Delmonico, David L., & Griffin, Elizabeth (2001).  On the shadows of the net:  Breaking free of compulsive online sexual behavior. Hazelden: Center City, MN.
 
Kurtz, E. & Ketcham, K. (1997). The spirituality of imperfection: Storytelling and the search for meaning.  Bantam: NY.
 
Margolis, Robert D. & Zweben, Joan E. (2011).  Treating patients with alcohol and other drug problems: An integrated approach (2nd Edition). American Psychological Association: Washington, D.C.
 
Olitsky, K.M. Copans, S. A. (2009). Twelve Jewish steps to recovery: A personal guide to turnign from alcolosjm and otehr addictions--drugs, food, gambling, sex.  Jewish Lights Publishing: Woodstock, VA.
 
Overeaters Anonymous® (2014).  Abstinence, Second Edition: Members of Overeaters Anonymous Share Their Experience, Strength and Hope.  Overeaters Anonymous, Inc.: Rio Rancho, NM.
 
Overeaters Anonymous® (2001).  Overeaters anonymous, second edition.  Overeaters Anonymous, Inc.: Rio Rancho, NM.
 
Overeaters Anonymous® (2011).  The 12 steps and 12 traditions of Overeaters Anonymous®. Overeaters Anonymous, Inc.: Rio Rancho, NM.
  
Narcotics Anonymous (2008).  Narcotics Anonymous®.  NA World Services: Chatsworth, CA
 
Narcotics Anonymous (1993). NA: It works how and why. NA World Services: Chatsworth, CA
 
Sex Addicts Anonymous (2013).  Sex Addicts Anonymous® [Green Book]: From shame to grace.  ISO: Houston, TX.
 
Weiss, R. (2013). Sex addiction 101: A basic guide to healing from sex, porn, and love addiction. Telemachus Press,: USA .
 
Anger Issues/ Anger Management
 
Cullen, M. & Freeman-Longo, R. E. (2001).  Men & anger: Understanding and managing your anger.  NEARI Press: Holyoke, MA.
 
Lynch, John R. (2004). When anger scares you: How to overcome your fear of conflict & express anger in healthy ways. New Harbringer, Inc.: Oakland, CA.  
 
Potter-Efron, R. T. (2005).  Handbook of anger management:  Individual, couple, family, and group approaches. Haworth Press, Inc.: NY.
 
Petracek, Laura (2004).  The anger workbook for women: How to keep your anger from undermining your self-esteem, your emotional balance, and your relationships. New Harbringer: Oakland, CA.
 
Sonkin, Daniel J. & Durphy, M. (1997).  Learning to live without violence: A handbook for men. Volcano Press: CA.
 
Tavris, C. (1989).  Anger: The misunderstood emotion.  Simon & Schuster: NY.
 
Anxiety and Mood Disorders
 
Antony, M. & Swinson, R. (2008). The shyness & social anxiety workbook. New Harbinger Press: Oakland, CA.
 
Basco, Monica R. (2006). The bipolar workbook: Tools for controlling your mood swings, Guilford: NY.
 
Brown,Brené (2013). Daring greatly: How the courage to be vulnerable transforms the way we live, love, parent and lead. Gotham Books (Penguin Books): NY. 
 
Brown,Brené (2010). The gifts of imperfection:  Let go of who you think you are supposed to be and embrace who you are.  Hazeldon: MN.
 
Brown,Brené (2007).  I thought it was just me (but it isn't); The journey from, 'What will people think? to ' I am enough.'  Gotham Books (Penguin Books): NY. 
 
Carbonell, David (2004). Panic attacks workbook: A guided program for beating the panic trick. Ulysses Press: Berkeley, CA.
 
Carnagie, Dale (1936). How to win friends and influence people.  Simon & Schuster: NY.
 
Foa, E. B. & Wilson, R. (2001).  Stop obsessing! How to overcome your obsessions and compulsions.  Bantam Books: NY.
 
Hope, Debra A., Heimberg, Richard G., Juster, Harlan R. & Turk, Cynthia L. (2000).  Managing social anxiety, A cognitive-behavioral approach: Client workbook. Oxford University Press: New York.
 
Levenkron, S. (1998).  Cutting: Understanding and overcoming self-mutilation.  WW Norton: NY.
 
Markway, B. G., Carmin, C. N. Pollard, C. A., & Flynn, T. (1992). Dying of embarrassment: Help for social anxiety & phobia. New Harbinger, Inc., Oakland: CA.
 
McKay, M & Fanning, P. (2011).  Self-esteem: A proven program of cognitive techniques for assessing, improving, and maintaining your self-esteem (3rd Edition).  New Harbringer: CA.
 
Miller, A. (1997).  The drama of the gifted child: The search for the true self.  Harper Collins: NY.
 
Sapolsky, Robert M. (2004). Why zebras don't get ulcers: The acclaimed guide to stress, stress-related diseases, and coping.  Owl Boooks/Henry Holt & Company: New York.
 
Steketee, G. (2008). Overcoming obsessive-compulsive disorder client manual: A behavioral and cognitive protocol for the treatment of OCD.  New Harbinger Publications: CA.
 
 
Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
 
Barkley, Russell A. & Benton, Christine M.  (2010). Taking charge of adult ADHD. Guilford Press, New York
 
Monastra, V. (2004).  Parenting children with ADHD: 10 lessons that medicine cannot teach.  APA Press: NY.
 
Sarkis, Stehanie M. (2008). Making the grade with A+DD: A student's guide to succeeding in college with Attention Deficit Disorder, New Harbinger Publications, Inc.: Oakland, CA.
 
Tuckman, Ari (2009). More attention, less deficit:  Success strategies for adults with ADHD. Specialty Press Inc: Plantation, FL.
 
Bullying
 
Fried, SuEllen & Fried, Paula (1996). Bullies & victims: Helping your child through the schoolyard battlefield.  Evans and Company, Inc: New York.
 
Fried, SuEllen & Fried, Paula (2003). Bullies, targets, & witnesses: Helping children break the pain chain.   Evans and Company, Inc: New York.
 
Fried, SuEllen & Sosland, Blanche (2009). Banishing bullying behavior: Transforming the culture of pain, rage, and revenge. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.: Lanham, MD.
 
 
Eating Disorders
 
Johnston, Anita (1996). Eating by the light of the moon: How women can transform their relationships with food through myths, metaphors, & storytelling. Gurze Books: Carlsbad, CA.
 
Overeaters Anonymous® (2014).  Abstinence, Second Edition: Members of Overeaters Anonymous Share Their Experience, Strength and Hope.  Overeaters Anonymous, Inc.: Rio Rancho, NM.
 
Overeaters Anonymous® (2001).  Overeaters anonymous, second edition.  Overeaters Anonymous, Inc.: Rio Rancho, NM.
 
Overeaters Anonymous® (2011).  The 12 steps and 12 traditions of Overeaters Anonymous®. Overeaters Anonymous, Inc.: Rio Rancho, NM.
 
Schaefer, J. & Rutledge, T. (2004). Life without Ed: How one woman declared independence from her eating disorder and how you can too.    McGraw Hill: New York.  
 
 
Education
 
Barnett, Lincoln (1948).  The universe and Dr. Einstein.  Bantam: New York.
 
Davis, Phillip & Hersh, Rueben (1981).  The mathematical experience.  Houghton Mifflin Company: Boston.
 
 
Grief & Loss
  
Kushner, Harold (1981).  When bad things happen to good people .Anchor Books: United States.
 
Marriage, Family, & Relationships
 
Ahrons, Constance (1994).  The good divorce. Harper Collins: New York.
 
Ahrons, Constance (2004).  We're still family: What grown children have to say about their parent's divorce. Harper Collins: New York.
 
Chapman,G. (2010).  The five love languages: The secret to love that lasts. Northfield Publishing: Chicago, IL.
 
Coontz, Stephanie (2005).  Marriage, a history: How love conquered marriage.  Penguin Books, New York.
 
Johnson, Sue (2008). Hold me tight: Seven conversations for a lifetime of love. Little, Brown and Company: New York.
 
Schnarch, David (2009).  Intimacy & desire: Awaken the passion in your relationship. Beaufort Books: New York.
 
Solomon, Marion (1994). Lean on me: The power of positive dependency in relationships. Simon & Schuster: New York.
 
Snyder, Douglas K., Baucom, Donald H. & Gordon, Kristina C. (2007).  Getting past the affair: A program to help you cope, heal, and move on--together or apart.  Guildford Press: New York.
 
Viorst, Judith (2003). Grown-up marriage: What we know, wish we had known and still need to know about being married. Free Press/Simon & Schuster: New York.
 
Wallerstein, Judith S. & Kelly, Joan B. (1979).  Surviving the break-up: The book that revolutionized America's thinking about children and divorce. Basic Books: New York.  
 
Wolf, Anthony E. (1998). Why did you have to get a divorce? And when can I get a hamsterr: A guide to parenting through divorce. Farrar, Strauss, & Giroux: New York.
 
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
 
Foa, E. B. & Wilson, R. (2001). Stop obsessing! How to overcome your obsessions and compulsions. Bantam Books: NY.
 
Schwartz, Jeffrey M. & Beyette Beverly (1996). Brain lock: Free yourself from obsessive-compulsive behavior. Regan Books, New York.
 
Steketee, G. (2008). Overcoming obsessive-compulsive disorder client manual: A behavioral and cognitive protocol for the treatment of OCD. New Harbinger Publications: CA.
 
Parenting
 
Dreikus, Rudolf & Stoltz, V. (1964) .   Children: The challenge.   E.P. Dutton: New York.
 
Barkley, Russell A. & Robin Arthur L. (200 ).  Your defiant teen: 10 steps to resolve conflict and rebuild your relationship. Guilford Press: New York.
 
Siegel, D. J. & Hartzell, M. (2004).  Parenting from the inside out: How a deeper self-understanding can help you raise children who thrive.  Penguin Books: New York. 
 
Wolf, Anthony E. (2002).  Get out of my life, but could you first drive me and Cheryl to the mall?" A parent's guide to the new teenager.  Farrar, Strauss, Giroux: New York.
  
 
Sexual Minorities: Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning
 
Berzon, B. (Ed.) (2001). Positively gay: New approaches to gay & lesbian life (3rd Edition). Celestial Arts: Berkely, CA.
 
Burr, Kenneth S. (2009). Coming out, coming home: Making room for gay spirituality in therapy, Routledge: New York
 
 
Spirituality, Philosophy & Psychology
 
Choron, Pema (1991).  The wisdom of no escape and the path of loving kindness.  Shambhala: Boston.
 
Heschel, Abraham J. (1951). The sabbath.  Farrar, Strauss, and Giroux: New York.
 
Kopp, Sheldon (1978).  An end to innocence: Facing life without illusions.  Bantam Books, New York.
 
Kopp, Sheldon (1976).  If you meet the Buddha on the road, Kill him!:  The pilgrimage of psychotherapy patients.  Bantam Books, New York.
 
Kurtz, E. & Ketcham, K. (1997). The spirituality of imperfection: Storytelling and the search for meaning.  Bantam: NY.
 
Kushner, Harold S. (2001).  Living a life that matters.  Anchor Books/Random House, New York.
 
Kushner, Harold S. (2006).  Overcoming life's disappointments: Learning from Moses how to cope with frustration.  Anchor Books/Random House, New York.
 
Martel, Y. (2001). Life of Pi. Harcourt, Inc.: NY.
 
Nouwen, Henri J. M. (1975).   Reaching out: The three movements of the spititual life.  Doubleday Books, New York. 
 
Olitsky, K.M. Copans, S. A. (2009). Twelve Jewish steps to recovery: A personal guide to turnign from alcolosjm and otehr addictions--drugs, food, gambling, sex.  Jewish Lights Publishing: Woodstock, VA.
 
Systems-CenteredTM Therapy
 
Agazarian, Y. (1997).  Systems-centered therapy for groups.  Karnac: London.
 
Agazarian, Yvonne M. & Gannt, Susan P. (2000).  Autobiography of a theory: Developing a theory of living human systems and its systems-centered practice. Jessica Kingsley Publishers: London.
 
Benjamin, B., Yeager, A, & Simon A. (2012). Conversation transformation: Recognize and overcome the 6 most destructive communication patterns. McGraw Hill: NY. 
 
Gantt, S. & Agazarian, Y. (Ed.) (2006).  SCT in clinical practice.  WingSpan Press: Livermore, CA.
 
 




This practice is considered a "Safe Space" affirming and supporting individuals and families of all races, cultures, religions, and sexual orientations.

 
Dr. Frontman is a National Health Service Psychologist.
A National Health Service Psychologist is a licensed psychologist who is certified to be fully & comprehensively trained to independently practice in his state to provide prevention, evaluation, assessment & treatment services.

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