Professional Development Rights Guide
London | 2014
ESSENTIALS FOR 2014: Welcome to the London Book Fair Professional Books Rights Guide. From the best in the industry, we bring you books that will help readers develop, refine, and master the necessary skills to become a better Architect, Culinary Professional, Counselor, and Educational Professional!
Essential topics in Professional Development for this season: 1. Architectural Skills 2. Service Management and Culinary Skills 3. Counseling and Assessment 4. Teaching Methods
Table of Contents: Architectural Skills
Service Management and Culinary Instruction
Counseling and Assessment
Teaching Methods and ADHD
Building Construction Illustrated, 5th Edition Francis D. K. Ching WHY TO BUY
The classic visual guide to the basics of building construction, now with 3D digital building model for interactive learning.
Author biography Francis D.K. Ching, an architect and Professor Emeritus at the University of Washington, recently retired after over 35 years of teaching. He is the bestselling author of numerous books on architecture and design, all published by John Wiley & Sons. His works have been translated into over 16 languages and are regarded as classics for their renowned graphic presentations.
INFORMATION ISBN13: 978-1-118-45834-1 Publication Date: March 17, 2014 Price: US$ 49.95 Pages: 480
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The reference of choice for architects, builders, designers, drafters, students, and anyone who needs to know how buildings are constructed. Illustrated throughout with clear and accurate drawings that present the state of the art in construction processes and materials. Includes for the first time digital 3-D model showing how building components are put together. Past editions have been licensed and published in eleven languages throughout the world. Archetypal drawings offer clear inspiration for designers and drafters.
About the book The materials and methods of building construction is one of the core, introductory areas in architectural and building technology education, learned by designers, technologists, and managers. Whether one is involved with residential building or commercial construction, interior architecture or structural engineering, Building Construction Illustrated will give clear answers in a beautiful presentation.
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Building Structures Illustrated: Pattersn, Systems and Designs ; Ching, Francis D.K., Barry Onouye and Douglas Zuberbuhler; 978-0-470-18785-2; $49.95; January 2009
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Building Codes Illustrated: A Guide to Understanding the 2009 International Building Code ; Ching, Francis D.K.; 978-0-470-19143-9; $55.00; November 2009 Design Drawing, Second Edition; Ching, Francis D.K. and Steven Juroszek; 978-0-470-53369-7; $60.00; December 2010 A Global History of Architecture, Second Edition; Ching, Francis D.K., Mark Jarzombek and Vikram Prakash, 978-0-470-40257-3; $95.00; December 2010 Architectural Graphics, Fifth Edition; Ching, Francis D.K.; 978-0-470-39911-8; $45.00; November2009 Interior Design Illustrated, Third Edition; Ching, Francis D.K. and Corky Bingelli; 978-1-118-09071-8; $55.00; February 2012, A Visual Dictionary of Architecture, Second Edition; Ching, Francis D.K.; 978-0-470-64885-8; $55.00; September 2011 Architecture: Form, Space and Order, Third Edition; Ching, Francis D.K., 978-0-471-75216-5; $49.95; June 2007 Building Construction Illustrated, Fourth Edition ; Ching, Francis D.K.; 978-0-470-08781-7; $49.95; March 2008
Building Information Modeling: BIM in Current and Future Practice Karen Kensek WHY TO BUY Thought leaders weigh in on the future of BIM in practice--from contracts, to simulations, to the concept of one Model--and how to get there.
Author biography Karen M. Kensek (Los Angeles, CA) is assistant professor at the University of Southern California, School of Architecture. Professor Kensek has over 25 years of experience teaching and researching computer applications for architecture. She has received two national BIM honors from the AIA TAP committee, and hosts an annual conference on Building Information Modeling at the University of Southern California.
INFORMATION ISBN13: 978-1-118-76630-9 Publication Date: July 21, 2014 Price: US$ 85.00 Pages: 432
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Industry thought-leaders explore the concept of BIM in current practice and suggest how it will transform architectural practice in the future. Companion title to our best-selling, BIM Handbook, Second Edition (Wiley, 2011, translated into Orthodox Chinese, Simplified Chinese, and Korean) Includes contributions from over 29 professionals and academics, from the world's most respected universities from around the globe. Ancillary materials include PowerPoint/Prezi presentations, lecture notes, sample questions, and a suggested course outline.
About the book Building Information Modeling (BIM) has been referred to as a disruptive force. BIM offers a novel approach to design, construction, and facility management in which a digital representation of the building process is used to facilitate the exchange and interoperability of information in digital format. It changes the way building professionals design, build, and ultimately manage a built structure. To this point, BIM has been used as a design tool, but the potential for more advanced use and integration into professional practice is forthcoming. Karen Kensek has gathered over 29 international thought-leaders and brought them together to discuss how BIM would look in the future. This book captures the thinking of professors from well-known universities such as Stanford University, Yale, Texas A&M, and professionals from Autodesk, Gehry Technologies, and NBBJ on how BIM is used now and how it can be used in future practice. Positioned to be the companion book to our BIM Handbook, 2e (9780470541371), this book covers topics such as:
Architectural Programming in BIM Integrating
BIM seamlessly into education and practice
Simulation and Analysis
The concept of one Model
Street Design: The Secret to Great Cities and Towns Victor Dover and John Massengale WHY TO BUY Written by two accomplished architects and urban designers, this is a user-friendly street design manual for urban designers, planners, architects and engineers showing both how to design new streets and enhance existing ones.
Victor Dover is cofounder of Dover Kohl & Partners Town Planning based in Coral ISBN13: 978-1-118-06670-6 Gables, Florida, a design practice focused on restoring healthy neighborhoods as the Publication Date: December 20, basis for sound communities and regions. A charter member of the Congress for the 2013 New Urbanism (CNU), he is CNU's national chair. Dover was also instrumental in Price: US$ 85.00 establishing the CNU Florida Chapter, the Form-Based Codes Institute, the National Pages: 448 Charrette Institute, and the LEED for Neighborhood Development standards. In 2010, Dover and his partner Joseph Kohl were awarded the John Nolen Medal for Contributions to Urbanism. John Massengale is a New York-based architect and urbanist whose practice is focused on classical buildings and traditional towns and cities. Massengale is a charter member of the Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) and serves as the chair of CNU New York. With Robert A.M. Stern, he coauthored New York 1900: Metropolitan Architecture and Urbanism 1890-1915.
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An easy-to-use manual for architects, urban planners, urban designers, engineers, and landscape architects. Shows examples of excellent streets and explains the elements that make them work well. It will show why they are successful and how they were designed and created. The book will offer step-by-step instruction that will teach readers how to design new streets and improve existing streets. It will focus more on common design challenges in streets. It will also be more literal and accessible in its imagery in contrast to, for example, Jacobs/Great Streets. In particular, Street Design will look at strategies for shaping space in the public right-of-way through correct building height to street width ratios, terminated vistas, landscaping, and street geometry.
About the topic Today, there is a push--and an increasingly well-funded push--to remake urban and suburban streets to better serve long-neglected pedestrians, cyclists, and transit patrons. The change reflects cultural shifts toward healthier, more sustainable and more engaging cities, marking a growing desire among planners and community leaders for a better balance between mobility (moving around) and place-making (creating places where people want to be). But despite all the activity--''road diets,'' traffic calming, ''complete streets'' projects, ''context-sensitive solutions,'' ''safe routes to schools''--street designs today are often poor or just plain bad. Most of the projects lack crucial parts of the street design puzzle that make streets great and memorable.
Green Building Illustrated Francis D. K. Ching, Ian Shapiro WHY TO BUY
Essential introduction to sustainable building design and construction.
Francis D.K. Ching, an architect and Professor Emeritus at the University of Washington, ISBN13: 978-1-118-56237-6 recently retired after over 35 years of teaching. He is the bestselling author of Publication Date: March 31, 2014 numerous books on architecture and design, all published by John Wiley & Sons. His Price: US$ 49.95 works have been translated into over 16 languages and are regarded as classics for Pages: 288 their renowned graphic presentations. Ian Shapiro is the founder/owner/president of Taitem Engineering, a 30-person consulting firm which he started in 1989, based in Ithaca, NY. He has been a visiting lecturer at Cornell University, Tompkins-Cortland Community College, and Syracuse University. He holds an undergraduate degree from McGill University, Montreal, Canada, and an M.S. from Columbia University, New York, both in mechanical engineering.
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Brand new title by Francis D.K. Ching, and the first in the Ching library to cover sustainable design Illustrated throughout with Ching's signature graphics to clearly explain the technical complexities of green design Provides a framework and detailed strategies to design buildings which are substantively green Approaches design "from the outside in,” first emphasizing community, then site design, and finally building shape, near-building features, outer envelope, unheated spaces, inner envelope, finishes, lighting, and heating Provides an in-depth technical exploration in an accessible style, targeting a wide audience Addresses all forms of construction: residential, commercial, and institutional, including both low-rise and high-rise, and for all climates
About the book Sustainable design and building finally gets the Ching treatment with Green Building Illustrated. Using Francis D.K. Ching's signature graphic presentation and Ian Shapiro's subject matter expertise, the theory and practices of the complexities of green building are made clear and understandable. From the outside to the inside of a building, all aspects of sustainability are covered, providing a framework and detailed strategies to design buildings which are substantively green. Beginning with an introduction explaining why we need to build green, the theory behind it, current rating systems and the new directions in the industry, Green Building Illustrated then provides a comprehensive look at: • • • • • • • • • •
Importance of community and site selection Passive design using building shape and near-building features Towards net zero energy through outer envelope and inner envelope design, the importance of unheated spaces and zoning/compartmentalization, and lighting and plug loads. Water conservation Ventilation and indoor air quality Active heating and cooling Minimum-impact materials Operation, maintenance, and quality control Affordability and life cycle analysis Importance of nature and beauty in green architecture
The Interior Design Productivity Toolbox: Checklists and Best Practices to Manage Your Workflow Phyllis Harbinger WHY TO BUY A toolkit for interior designers that streamlines workflow, promotes best practices, and increases project accountability--including online access to digital checklists and budgeting grids.
Author biography Phyllis Harbinger, ASID, CID (Cortland Manor, NY) is an experienced interior design principal and firm owner of Design Concepts/ Interiors LLC.
INFORMATION ISBN13: 978-1-118-68043-8 Publication Date: September 1, 2014 Price: US$ 65.00 Pages: 304
Provides interior designers with comprehensive yet concise workflow tools that will help them to streamline their design practice and increase accountability among all members of the design team
Explains best practices that should be followed during initial client meetings, design surveys, drawing creation, specification, and renovation
Photographs and sample design drawings offer a visual reference of what to do, and what not to do
Detailed design checklists highlight common trouble spots and provide designers with reminders to avoid design pitfalls
Includes information on drawing and specifying for both residential and light commercial interiors
Online electronic checklists can be customized and used by designers to track the various phases of their projects
About the book In the course of their work, practicing interior designers often find themselves juggling different phases of different projects at any given time. Often it's a struggle to keep track of the various moving parts of projects and communicate details among various members of a firm or design team. The Interior Design Project Management Toolkit offers a workflow system that can be easily implemented into a design practice. At the heart of this book is a series of checklists designed to track the various steps within each phase of the design process, from initial client meetings and surveys to design drawings and specifications to renovations and installations. Electronic versions of the checklists can be customized and used in actual design projects, allowing designers to approach each of their projects in a more standardized way. A companion electronic budgeting tool ties in to the checklists and helps designers monitor their expenses and billable hours. Additional content includes explanations of how to implement these checklists into a professional workflow, engaging discussions of best practices (and reminders about what not to do), and drawings and photos intended to visually illustrate common troublespots and pitfalls. The workflow presented in this book can be used by designers working at any scale. It can help a solo practitioner to work more efficiently, it can be used to standardize project management among members of small- to medium-sized firms, and it can be used by seasoned design principals and firm owners to help train and guide junior members of their team.
Becoming an Architect, 3rd Edition Lee W. Waldrep WHY TO BUY Best-selling guide to embarking on a career as an architect, with new profiles from emerging professionals!
Lee W. Waldrep, Ph.D. (Champaign, IL), Assistant Director in the School of Architecture ISBN13: 978-1-118-61213-2 at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Waldrep served Associate Executive Publication Date: June 17, 2014 Director of the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) and as Associate Price: US$ 44.95 Dean in the School of Architecture, Planning, & Preservation at the University of Pages: 352 Maryland. Waldrep has almost twenty years of experience in the fields of architecture and career development. Waldrep has lectured and presented on the topics of careers and architecture extensively around the country. Waldrep launched ARCHCareers.org in 2000, and maintains a blog archcareer.blogspot.com which discusses the process of becoming an architect. He is a contributor to AIA's Architect's Handbook of Professional Practice, 15th Edition.
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Written by Lee W. Waldrep, a nationally recognized on architecture career development and the voice behind ARCHCareers.org and archcareers.blogspot.com Revised to include the complete path to becoming an architect--from college through higher education, through internship and licensure Over 51 new profiles and interviews from emerging and established professionals Includes coverage of current challenges in the profession--how to gain experience while in school, changes to IPD, and ARE and licensing issues
About the book Becoming an Architect is a highly visual career guide for those who are considering, or embarking upon, a career in architecture. The book provides an overview of the profession, educational requirements, design specialties, the job search, registration requirements, and the many directions in which a career in architecture can go. Included are in-depth profiles with architects of varying backgrounds and specialties.
The Architecture Student's Handbook of Professional Practice 14e; AIA; 978-0-470-08869-2; $115.00; October 2008 Architectural Practice 101, 2e; Pressman; 978-0-471-68366-7; $80.00; March 2006 The Survival Guide to Architectural Internship and Career Development; 978-0-471-69263-8; $60.00; February 2006 Becoming a Construction Manager; McKeon; 978-0-470-87421-9; $39.95; February 2012
Service Management and Culinary Instruction
Remarkable Banquet Service Ezra Eichelberger and The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) WHY TO BUY The catering and events market is expanding rapidly, and quality service is an absolute necessity for success in the event planning industry. When a client decides to host an event, be it a wedding, bar mitzvah, or awards gala, high-quality service and management can make or break the guests' experience. This book will provide catering and event professionals and students alike with straightforward advice on all aspects of successful banquet service.
Ezra Eichelberger is a Certified Hospitality Educator (CHE) and professor of hospitality ISBN13: 978-1-118-41203-9 and service management at The Culinary Institute of America. He teaches students the Publication Date: March 3, 2014 history, theory, and practice of the service skills critical to providing great customer Price: US$ 34.95 service for restaurants and banquets, as well as the art of menu development. Prior to Pages: 200 his 20-plus-year teaching career, Mr. Eichelberger worked as the general manager/maître d'hôtel at Andiamo!, dining room manager/maître d'hôtel at Greene Street Café, and general manager at 65 Irving Place. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in communications from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, IL. Founded in 1946, The Culinary Institute of America (CIA ) is an independent, not-for-profit college offering bachelor's and associate degrees in culinary arts and baking and pastry arts, as well as certificate programs in culinary arts and wine and beverage studies. A network of more than 45,000 alumni has helped the CIA earn its reputation as the world's premier culinary college. The CIA, which also offers course for professionals and food enthusiasts, as well as consulting services for the foodservice and hospitality industry, has campuses in Hyde Park, New York; St. Helena, California; San Antonio, Texas; and Singapore.
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This text covers everything from food and beverage service skills, such as setting up a buffet, pouring wine, and clearing tables, to managing staff and coordinating with vendors such as florists, wedding planners, and DJs. Throughout, more than 100 photos and 40 illustrations illustrate key service points such as buffet set-up, proper plate handling, and synchronized service techniques, as well as guidelines for handling specific events including business luncheons, fund-raising events, bar and bat mitzvahs, weddings, and wine-tasting dinners. With a focus on banquet service, a professional, highly trained staff requires specialized skills for the service. Strategies for planning, organizing, and executing a remarkable banquet are discussed. Style of service, sequence of service, and skills of service are reviewed and reinforced by an Instructor's Manual and PowerPoint Slides.
About the book The catering and events market is expanding rapidly, making superior service an absolute necessity for distinction and successful branding in the event planning industry. Remarkable Banquet Service provides catering and event professionals with straightforward advice on all aspects of exemplary banquet service. This resource covers everything from food and beverage service skills--such as setting up a buffet, butler service, tray service, pouring wine, and clearing tables--to managing staff and coordinating with vendors such as florists, wedding planners, and musicians. Throughout, key service points are illustrated, such as buffet setup, proper plate handling, and synchronized service techniques, as well as guidelines for handling specific events, including business luncheons, fund-raising events, bar and bat mitzvahs, weddings, and wine-tasting dinners. Step-by-step techniques are accompanied by 100 photos, 40 illustrations, and 10 reproductions of menus, taking all the guesswork out of organizing and managing remarkable--and profitable--banquets and events.
Service Management and Culinary Instruction
Cooking for Special Diets Katherine Polenz and The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) WHY TO BUY The increasing prevalence of food allergies and dietary restrictions can make it difficult -- or even impossible -- for many people to enjoy their favorite foods. Many books deal with a single food issue within the home, but what about professional chefs who want to address this growing marketplace need? Cooking for Special Diets will be an indispensable resource for professional chefs who want to include alternative products in their repertoire in order to expand their markets and address common customer concerns.
Katherine Polenz, a professor of culinary arts at The Culinary Institute of America in Hyde ISBN13: 978-1-118-13775-8 Park, N.Y., currently teaches Cuisines of the Americas in the college's degree programs. Publication Date: March 17, 2014 In her more than two decades at the CIA, Polenz has taught a variety of culinary arts Price: US$ 70.00 courses to students pursuing associate and bachelor's degrees. Through the CIA's Pages: 384 Continuing Education Department, she has also taught cooking courses in Mexico and Brazil. Polenz's career includes extensive experience as an executive chef and chef/owner of commercial establishments that focus on healthy dining. She currently operates The Pampered Palate, an off-premises catering company serving the Hudson Valley and environs and specializing in nutritious food preparation. Founded in 1946, The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) is an independent, not-for-profit college offering bachelor's and associate degrees in culinary arts and baking and pastry arts, as well as certificate programs in culinary arts and wine and beverage studies. A network of more than 45,000 alumni has helped the CIA earn its reputation as the world's premier culinary college. The CIA, which also offers courses for professionals and food enthusiasts, as well as consulting services for the foodservice and hospitality industry, has campuses in Hyde Park, N.Y.; St. Helena, Calif.; San Antonio, Texas; and Singapore. Features • • •
More than 225 recipes, organized by appetizers, soups, salads, entrées, side dishes, breads, and desserts Coverage includes creating meals for customers with food allergies as well as dietary restrictions related to heart disease, hypertension, high cholesterol, and cancer Provides the skills and techniques needed to address special diets while providing healthy, wholesome meals for consumers or guests.
About the book Today, consumers are turning to special diets for health improvement, avoiding food allergies, and dealing with issues such as diabetes and celiac disease. In light of these challenges, it is essential for professional chefs to learn the skills and techniques in order to address these concerns and provide healthy, wholesome meals for their customers or guests. Cooking for Special Diets is the first book in the market that teaches culinary students and professional chefs how to widen the scope of their offerings, and create flavorful recipes to meet all types of dietary needs. The book explains a wide range of dietary challenges that chefs should be aware of, including celiac disease, diabetes, high blood pressure and cholesterol, kosher diets, food allergies and more. Introductory chapters cover general nutrition information, healthy ingredients, and substitutions. Subsequent chapters provide recipes for a wide range of dietary restrictions such as vegetarian, vegan and low-fat meals to delectable entries that are gluten-, lactose-, or sugar-free. Cooking for Special Diets provides chefs with an arsenal of recipes that are healthy, versatile, and always delicious.
Service Management and Culinary Instruction
Street Foods Hinnerk von Bargen and The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) WHY TO BUY Sausage and pepper sandwiches at an Italian street fair. Fish tacos from a beach-front truck. Spicy Asian noodles slurped by a roadside stand. Sugar-dusted fried dough at a July Fourth carnival. Few foods are as widely beloved or as evocative of local culture and tradition as street foods. This book will be the first complete guide to the street foods of the world, and will cover the history and cultural significance of a broad range of street foods, as well as flavor principles, cooking techniques, and recipes. As the category-defining work on the subject, Street Foods will be the only book to teach professional chefs and culinary students how to bring the flavors of beloved street foods from around the world into their professional kitchens -- in all of their forms.
Hinnerk von Bargen is an associate professor of culinary arts at The Culinary Institute of ISBN13: 978-0-470-92864-6 America (CIA), San Antonio. Since joining the CIA faculty in 1999, Chef von Bargen has Publication Date: October 6, 2014 been teaching various culinary arts courses in the associate degree program and Price: US$ 70.00 continuing education for culinary professionals at the college’s campus in Hyde Park, NY Pages: 368 and San Antonio, TX. A Certified Hospitality Educator (CHE), Chef von Bargen holds a Master Chef certificate from the Hotel School in Hamburg, Germany. He completed two apprenticeships in his native Germany before beginning his professional career, which has included chef positions in hotels and restaurants in Germany, South Africa, and China. Founded in 1946, The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) is an independent, not-for-profit college offering bachelor's and associate degrees in culinary arts and baking and pastry arts, as well as certificate programs in Latin cuisines and wine and beverage studies. A network of more than 44,000 alumni has helped the CIA earn its reputation as the world's premier culinary college. The CIA, which also offers course for professionals and food enthusiasts, as well as consulting services for the foodservice and hospitality industry, has campuses in Hyde Park, New York; St. Helena, California; San Antonio, Texas; and Singapore.
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From kebab stands and noodle vendors to trendy dessert trucks, global street foods are one of the hottest trends in the culinary world today. The bold flavors and international influences of these quick bites are increasingly moving beyond street carts and into the kitchens of even the finest dining establishments. This book will explore a medley of global cuisines, cultures, and cooking techniques, combining the history of quintessential local street foods from around the world with recipes for these transportable treats. Street Food will include recipes for on-the-go items, all divided into categories including bowl foods, foods on a stick, finger foods, stuffed foods, sandwiches, and more.
About the book Street food describes snacks or whole meals prepared and sold from a non-permanent structure, mainly for immediate consumption. Trucks or carts, small booths in public places, or floating markets are the most common venues. Quickly served on sticks, in bowls, on plates, or wrapped in flatbread, lettuce, or paper, street food is inexpensive, convenient, and portable, ideal for a mobile, on-the-go lifestyle or for a quick economical meal. Street food is based on local, seasonal, fresh, and minimally processed ingredients. Many street food stands represent the local cuisine with its most common ingredients. It is seen as a true and authentic reflection of a culture and its cuisine. A successful native vendor selling chicken and beef satays from his mobile grill in Kuala Lumpur has had his whole career and life to perfect and personalize it. On the other hand, there are many street food favorites with little relation to the culinary classics of the locale. Introduced by the media, travelers, or migrants, these specialties have secured a definite place in the hearts and stomachs of the people. 9
Service Management and Culinary Instruction
Modern Buffet Presentation Carol Murphy Clyne, Vincent Clyne, and The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) WHY TO BUY Modern Buffet Presentation will focus on the art of buffet and banquet entertaining, including guidance on design concepts and featuring tantalizing recipes, plating guidance, and garnishing guidelines. Practical concerns for the professional and the student are thoroughly addressed, from training staff to building menus that feature action stations (omelets made to order) and creation stations (sushi bars) to help navigate the possibilities and serve large numbers creatively. Nearly 200 recipes and more than 100 photographs provide inspiration and ideas to professionals and students taking a buffet presentation class, moving them beyond fish and chicken. Author biography
ISBN13: 978-0-470-58784-3 Carol Murphy Clyne and Vincent Clyne launched PAIRINGS palate + plate in Cranford, Publication Date: April 28, 2014 N.J. in 2010. Their restaurant concept is based on constantly evolving seasonal recipes Price: US$ 70.00 featured in the globally inspired, contemporary American dinner menu; the on-site Pages: 384 buffet menu; and their cooking classes. The couple also owned a personal catering company for 20 years. Carol holds ProChef Level II Certification from The Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, and Vincent, a Certified Wine Professional credential from the CIA in Napa Valley. Vincent was also awarded the Signorello Vineyards Food Writing Scholarship to the Symposium for Professional Food Writers at The Greenbrier in West Virginia. Carol is currently a visiting instructor for the food enthusiasts programs at the CIA.
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Modern Buffet Presentation promises to elevate the buffet and banquet experience to the same level of creativity and memorability as smaller batch cuisine. Buffet Presentation will be the only title on the market to focus on the art of buffet and banquet entertaining including tantalizing recipes, guidance on plating, garnishing, and arranging, and design concepts and visual appeal. Practical concerns are thoroughly addressed, from price points to on-site catering, training staff, sanitation, and organization. Guides to menu planning, including Action Stations (omelets made to order) and Creation Stations (sushi bars) help professionals navigate the many possibilities in serving large numbers creatively. Full-color photography will inspire professionals to move the buffet experience far beyond fish or chicken to food that dazzles the eye and excites the palate.
About the book The ability to plan and execute a successful buffet is an essential skill for professionals in the restaurant industry and in the rapidly growing field of catering and special events. Written by a team of expert caterers with over 50 years combined experience in professional cooking, catering, and teaching, Modern Buffet Presentation will include details on every aspect of planning, designing, and executing a banquet in any setting and for any occasion. The book will include guidance on everything from menu planning, pricing, and essential buffet equipment to arranging food, action stations, training staff, and client communication. Full-color photography will illustrate successful buffet setups, platter arrangements, centerpieces and displays, while sidebars will provide practical advice and real-world examples.
Counseling and Assessment
Essentials of WPPSI-IV Assessment Susan Engi Raiford and Diane L. Coalson WHY TO BUY Quickly acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to expertly administer, score, and interpret the WPPSI--IV
Susan Engi Raiford, PhD, and Diane L. Coalson, PhD, are the research directors for the ISBN13: 978-1-118-38062-8 WPPSI—IV as well as numerous other Wechsler intelligence scales that have published Publication Date: June 16, 2014 over the past decade. As the research directors, they are responsible for Price: US$ 48.95 conceptualizing, designing, and implementing all aspects of scale development, Pages: 320 including writing the published manuals. They have authored a number of book chapters, journal articles, and other scholarly publications on the Wechsler intelligence scales and have provided numerous conference presentations and training sessions.
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Provides step-by-step guidelines to administering, scoring, and interpreting the latest edition of the Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence®. Common errors and complex aspects of administration and scoring are highlighted so users can be sure to avoid them. Includes illustrative case studies based on data collected during the scale's standardization, which helps users administer and interpret results expertly. Handy Essentials series format with Rapid Reference, Caution, and Don't Forget boxes, Test Yourself questions, bullet points, icons, and other reader-friendly design elements.
About the book In Essentials of WPPSI-IV Assessment, Susie Engi Raiford and Diane Coalson--the WPPSI-IV research directors--offer an insider's perspective on the scale's conceptualization, development, administration, and scoring. New Behind the Scenes boxes provide unprecedented insight into the new subtests and the test development process. Anyone who assesses young children is familiar with the inherent challenges of obtaining accurate and adequate test data for this challenging population. The authors, who have rich clinical as well as research experience, apply an interpretive approach that is flexible to the real constraints and challenges that practitioners encounter when testing younger children. The approach describes performance in both normative and intrapersonal contexts and facilitates interpretive case formulations from multiple theoretical and clinical perspectives. In addition to coverage of the published composite scores, several additional composite scores aimed at facilitating WPPSI-IV interpretation from a variety of theoretical approaches are supplied; these extra composite scores are especially valuable in those situations where the published comparison scores may not be available or appropriate for a specific child. The companion CD-ROM automates the basic interpretive approach using software that automates derivation and analysis of these newly developed scores. The CD-ROM also supplies tools to enhance WPSSI-IV administration and report writing.
Related titles Essentials of WPPSI-III Assessment; Elizabeth Lichtenberg; 978-0-471-33059-2; $38.95; October 2003, $38.95 Essentials of WIAT-III and KTEA-II Assessment; Elizabeth O. Lichtenberger, Kristina C. Breaux; 978-0-470-55169-1
Counseling and Assessment
Handbook of Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders, 4th Edition (2 Vol. Set) Fred R. Volkmar, Rhea Paul, Sally J. Rogers, Davis and Kevin A. Pelphrey WHY TO BUY Now in a fully updated Fourth Edition, the Handbook of Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders is the most influential reference work in the field of autism and pervasive developmental disorders.
Fred R. Volkmar, M.D. is Irving B. Harris Professor of Child Psychiatry, Pediatrics, and ISBN13: 978-1-118-14068-0 Psychology at the Yale Child Study Center where he directs the autism research ISBN10: 1-118-14068-0 program. He is an associate editor of the Journal of Autism and the American Journal Publication Date: March 24, 2014 of Psychiatry. He is the author of several hundred scientific papers and chapters as well Price: US$ 300.00 as a number of books, including A Practical Guide to Autism: What Every Parent, Teacher and Family Members Needs to Know (Wiley, 2009, translated into Hungarian and Italian). Rhea Paul, Ph.D., CCC-SLP SLP is Professor and Director of the Communication Disorders section in the Developmental Disabilities Clinic at the Yale Child Study Center. She holds a joint appointment at SCSU, where she is Professor of Communication Disorders. Sally J. Rogers, Ph.D., UC Davis M.I.N.D. Institute. Her clinical interests include early intervention for children with autism and social skills groups for autistic adults. She serves on the editorial board of many publications, including the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. Kevin A. Pelphrey, Ph.D., is the Harris Associate Professor of Child Psychiatry and director of the Child Neuroscience Laboratory at the Yale Child Study Center.
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Outcomes in adults with autism spectrum disorders Language and communication in autism Motor control and motor learning processes of autism spectrum disorders Genetics of autism spectrum disorders Screening for autism in young children Interventions for infants and toddlers at risk for autism spectrum disorder
About the Book The number of reported cases of autism increased dramatically in the 1990s and early 2000s. This increase is largely attributed to changes in diagnostic practices, referral patterns, availability of services, age at diagnosis, and public awareness, though unidentified environmental risk factors cannot be ruled out. The available evidence does not rule out the possibility that autism's true prevalence has increased; a real increase would suggest directing more attention and funding toward changing environmental factors instead of continuing to focus on genetics. All children with ASD demonstrate deficits in 1) social interaction, 2) verbal and nonverbal communication, and 3) repetitive behaviors or interests. Volume One: Diagnosis, Development, and Brain Mechanisms includes the newest, most authoritative information on the neurological origins, diagnostic methods, developmental aspects of, and theoretical perspectives on pervasive developmental disorders. Volume Two: Assessment, Interventions, and Policy contains the latest information on assessment, interventions, and policy ramifications surrounding pervasive developmental disorders.
Counseling and Assessment
Collaborative Helping: A Strengths Framework for Home-Based Services William C. Madsen WHY TO BUY Effecitve helping requires a collaborative stance and the ability to quickly create therapeutic relationships with clients and families. Collaborative Helping provides a clear map for supporting and sustaining mental health professionals working in the current environment of supportive services in a home-based environment.
William Madsen, Ph.D. is an international trainer and consultant around collaborative ISBN13: 978-1-118-56763-0 approaches to helping families and the development of institutional structures and Publication Date: May 5, 2014 organizational cultures that support more respectful and responsive professional Price: US$ 40.00 interactions with families Pages: 240 Kevin Gillespie, MHSA, RN. is the Executive Director of Integrated Services and the founding director of Blue Sky Alliance of Appalachian Ohio. Mr. Gillespie has over 30 years experience combining direct service, system development and administration throughout the Appalachian Ohio region.
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Provides a clear map for dealing with the complex and often ambiguous situations encountered by people working in supportive services Draws best practices from a range of disciplines but applies them in very practical and concrete ways Includes advice for dealing with reluctant and difficult clients Dovetails with move toward Recovery, Integrated Care, and home health care Contains advice and strategies for working with individuals and families, as well as applying collaborative helping to supervision and organizational change
About the book Collaborative Helping outlines a principle-based practice framework for helping efforts across many different contexts. While applicable to all helping efforts, it is particularly designed for helpers working in home and community based settings. Drawing from numerous interviews with frontline helpers and people seeking help, the book uses these stories to introduce and illustrate core ideas and practices. It highlights new ways of approaching the work and helps us re-think previous conceptualizations of problems and strengths. It examines some of the common dilemmas of working with and advocating for the people we serve in home and community based settings and includes concrete suggestions for building institutional structures and organizational cultures that support Collaborative Helping. The book begins with stories of helping that highlight the importance of core concepts and context of the book. It presents a number of useful concepts that can reorient behavioral services and outlines a principle-based practice framework to help workers stay grounded and focused in the inevitable ambiguity and complexity of this environment. Madsen & Gillespie explore specific ways to organize helping efforts around a shared, forward-thinking vision that anticipates obstacles and draws on existing and potential supports in order to develop a collaborative plan of action with families. They explore ways to address problems in a non-blaming, non-shaming manner and expand upon strengths-based work to move into much richer conversations about strengths in the context of people's intentions and purposes, values and beliefs, hopes and dreams and commitments in life. Madsen & Gillespie also discuss the power of inquiry as a crucial helping skill. Collaborative Helping highlights ways to build and draw on families' natural networks and communities. It shows how to collaborate with traditionally trained professionals across systems and how to involve people's natural networks and communities in helping endeavors. Finally, it explores ways to sustain collaborative work, promote systems change, and build institutional supports for a different approach to helping through specific supervisory, management, and organizational practices. 13
Counseling and Assessment
On Being a Master Therapist: Practicing What You Preach Jeffrey A. Kottler and Jon Carlson WHY TO BUY Picking up where the best-selling On Being a Therapist leaves off, best-selling authors and master therapists Jeffrey A. Kottler and Jon Carlson explore what it takes to move from competency to mastery. Using a highly personal, revelatory, and compelling style, Kottler and Carlson combine what we know about luminaries in the field, what the research tells us, and what their own experiences have taught them about being a master therapist. Author biography Jeffrey A. Kottler, Ph.D., has written over 80 books about a wide range of subjects during the past 35 years. Some of his most highly regarded works include: On Being a Therapist, The Imperfect Therapist, Compassionate Therapy, Finding Your Way as a Counselor, and Making Changes Last. Jeffrey is professor of counseling at California State University, Fullerton. Jon Carlson, Psy.D., Ed.D., is Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Counseling at Governors State University, University Park, Illinois and a Psychologist with the Wellness Clinic in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. In addition to serving as the long-time Editor of The Family Journal, Jon is the author of 60 books in the areas of family therapy, marital enrichment, consultation, and Adlerian psychology.
INFORMATION ISBN13: 978-1-118-22581-3 Publication Date: July 14, 2014 Price: US$ 30.00 Pages: 240
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Same honest, personal, accessible, readable as the best-selling On Being a Therapist Full of compelling and painfully honest first-person stories from the authors Based on empirical research as well as interviews with more than a hundred master therapists Moves beyond "competency" and "minimal standards" to embrace the advanced skills of innovation, creativity, humbleness, and continual learning that underlie mastery of the profession Discusses such hot-button issues as being disliked by clients, cultural misunderstandings, and ethical issues with humor, candor, and honesty.
About the book Although the authors have consulted hundreds of sources, research studies, and books by esteemed writers and scholars who have investigated facets of mastery in the practice of therapy, Kottler and Carlson have adopted a more informal, narrative tone in this book, one that allows them to speak informally and frankly about counseling and psychotherapy. The authors talk about some of the taboos, secrets, and forbidden aspects of the profession. For example Chapter 2 sets the stage for what follows by reviewing what we mostly know is true about excellence in the practice of therapy. In the chapters that are sequenced afterwards they cover some of the important facets of mastery including the practice of deep compassion and caring (Chapter 3), a set of sophisticated interpersonal skills (Chapter 4), remaining fully present in therapeutic encounters (Chapter 5), demonstrating a high level of domain and subdomain specific knowledge (Chapter 6), being clear-headed and honest with clients (Chapter 7), as well as with oneself in acknowledging mistakes (Chapter 8) and processing feedback (Chapter 9), and modeling the qualities we would most like our own clients to develop.
Counseling and Assessment
Clinical Supervision: Activities for Increasing Competence and Self-Awareness Roy A. Bean, Sean D. Davis, and Maureen P. Davey WHY TO BUY A diverse range of tried and tested activities and best practices that help supervisors and the mental health students and professionals they supervise develop self-awareness and competence, the therapist attributes that have been proven to have the greatest effect on positive client outcomes.
Author biography Roy A. Bean, PhD, LMFT, is an Associate Professor and Program Director in the Marriage and Family Therapy Program at Brigham Young University. He also maintains a private practice where he sees children and families. He is the author of more than 30 peer reviewed articles and book chapters.
INFORMATION ISBN13: 978-1-118-63752-4 Publication Date: May 12, 2014 Price: US$ 50.00 Pages: 360
Sean D. Davis, PhD, LFMT, is an Associate Professor and Site Director for the Marriage and Family Therapy Program at Alliant International University. He is on the editorial board for the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy. He also maintains a private practice in marriage and family therapy. Maureen P. Davey, PhD, LMFT, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Couple and Family Therapy at Drexel University. The author of more than 40 peer reviewed articles and book chapters, Davey also maintains a private practice where she sees individuals, couples, and families. Features • • • • • •
More than 40 tried-and-true activities and best practices Only book to focus on helping therapists develop greater self-awareness, positive attributes, and competence Activities and exercises can be used in multiple settings, including graduate classes, continuing education classes, personal professional development, supervision, and training Focuses on the mental health profession only, but pulls from a number of disciplines within mental health Activities take numerous forms such as research exercises, reflection activities, journaling, self-evaluation projects, and many more Each activity includes a rationale, instructions, example, measuring progress, and additional resources
About the book The contributing authors are drawn from a variety of disciplines within mental health, including marriage and family therapy, counseling psychology, counselor education, social work, nursing, human development, education, etc. The activities will be organized into two sections--core clinical competence and awareness and Diversity Focused Competence and Awareness. The chapters help mental health professionals develop integral skills that are difficult to observe such as overcoming personal biases, perspective taking, developing empathy, and cultivating intuition.
Teaching Methods and ADHD
Smart But Stuck: Emotions in Teens and Adults with ADHD Thomas E. Brown WHY TO BUY Offers compelling stories of adolescents and adults suffering from ADHD, illustrating the many facets of the condition as well as the range of strategies and treatments individuals can use to get "unstuck" and move on productively with their lives. From an internationally known authority on attention disorders, this book is the first to explain and illustrate the crucial role of emotions in the daily functioning of those living with ADHD. Author biography
Thomas E. Brown, Ph.D., (Hamden, CT) is a clinical psychologist, Assistant Clinical ISBN13: 978-1-118-27928-1 Professor of Psychiatry at Yale University School of Medicine, and Associate Director of Publication Date: March 31, 2014 the Yale Clinic for Attention and Related Disorders. His award-winning book Attention Price: US$ 24.95 Deficit Disorder: The Unfocused Mind in Children and Adults (Yale University Press, Pages: 288 2005) has been published in seven languages. He developed the Brown Attention Deficit Disorder Scales, has published articles in professional journals, and edited a textbook, ADHD Comorbidities: Handbook of ADHD Complications in Children and Adults (American Psychiatric Press, 2009). To learn more, go to www.drthomasebrown.com.
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EXPERT AUTHOR: Brown co-leads the Yale Clinic of Attention and Related Disorders, has authored a best-selling book on ADHD, and has been invited to present on this topic in 43 countries in the past decade. A NEW VIEW OF ADHD: Offers readers the latest thinking on the disorder--"ADHD 3.0." This is the first book on the market to address the crucial role of emotions in the daily functioning of those with ADHD. AUTHOR PLATFORM: Brown speaks to thousands of individuals each year on the topic of attention disorders, blogs for PsychologyToday.com, and writes articles for ADHD-related publications like ADDitude and Attention magazine. COMPELLING STORIES: The book features 15 engaging stories of adolescents and adults struggling with ADHD, illustrating the many ways this disorder manifests itself as well as the specific strategies that were effective in helping these individuals to live happier, more productive lives. INTERNATIONAL POTENTIAL: Brown's first book was translated into Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Turkish, and Japanese.
About the book Smart But Stuck offers a series of true stories about intelligent, capable teens and adults who have gotten "stuck" at school, work, and/or in social relationships because of their ADHD. These moving and sometimes surprising case histories illustrate the many facets of the disorder and detail the range of strategies and treatments those with ADHD can use to get "unstuck" and move on productively with their lives. Dr. Thomas Brown, an internationally recognized authority on attention problems, highlights the often unrecognized role that emotions play in this complex disorder. As Brown shows, those with ADHD don't only struggle with controlling negative emotions like anger; because they have a hard time controlling positive emotions about certain interests and activities, it's hard for those with ADHD to shift gears and pay attention to immediate needs and responsibilities. Brown explains why even very bright people with ADHD get stuck--and why the smarter the individual, the less likely they'll get the help they need. He demonstrates why many with ADHD can have laser-like focus on some tasks while finding it difficult to concentrate on others. Above all, Brown details the path that those with ADHD can take to move on toward a more rewarding and productive life.
Teaching Methods and ADHD
Multiple Pathways to the Student Brain: Energizing and Enhancing Instruction Janet Zadina WHY TO BUY An award-winning researcher and former classroom teacher explains how the brain works in educator-friendly language, and demonstrates how to apply this knowledge to improve teaching and learning.
JANET N. ZADINA, Ph.D., (Indian Shores, FL) is an Assistant Professor in the Department ISBN13: 978-1-118-56761-6 of Neurology, Tulane University School of Medicine. After 20 years of teaching at the Publication Date: June 23, 2014 high school and college level, Zadina completed her Ph.D. in Education. Her Price: US$ 27.95 award-winning doctoral research was on the neuro-anatomy of dyslexia, in which she Pages: 288 studied MRI brain scans and measured regions in the brain related to language to search for neuroanatomical risk factors for dyslexia. She gives over 30 national and international invited addresses annually and presents keynotes at conferences for diverse audiences.
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High-need topic: Recent years have seen an increased demand for information on how to apply brain research to the classroom. Increasing attendance at conferences like Learning & the Brain, and sales of books on the topic, evidence this trend. Author platform/promotion: Zadina is a recognized expert in this field and keeps an active speaking schedule. In the next year she has scheduled some 35 speaking engagements, reaching more than 7,000 educators. She'll also market the book through her email newsletter, which reaches 8,000 subscribers. Uniquely qualified author: Most books in this area are written by educators who have no research experience (resulting in overly simplistic or even incorrect information) or by researchers who've never taught in the classroom (leading to books with no practical application). As a neuroscience researcher, former teacher, and winner of the Society of Neuroscience's 2011 Science Educator Award for her work training educators in brain processes, Zadina is exceptionally well qualified to author on this topic.
About the book This book, from a neuroscience researcher and former classroom teacher, helps educators steer clear of "neuro-myths" and explains in teacher-friendly language how the brain learns. Award-winning researcher and presenter Janet Zadina explains the multiple pathways to the brain--not just Visual, Auditory, and Kinesthetic (which all fall under Sensory-Motor), but also the Language, Reward/Survival, Social, Emotional, Memory/Attention, and Frontal Lobe pathways. While there has been a proliferation of books and workshops that aim to translate brain science into classroom practice, teachers are rarely shown how to implement the information they learn. Zadina offers three crucial components that allow teachers to create brain-compatible classrooms: • • •
What: A basic understanding of the brain with information they can use with their students, including a description of multiple pathways in the brain involved in learning; Why: The reasoning behind why the information should be considered when designing lessons; and most importantly: How: General strategies to help teachers utilize this information to energize and enhance learning.
This book bridges the gap between neuroscience and classroom instruction for teachers. 17
Teaching Methods and ADHD
Teach Like a Champion 2.0: Techniques that Put Students on the Path to College Doug Lemov WHY TO BUY A completely new version of the book that took the education community by storm.
Doug Lemov’s highly influential book, Teach Like a Champion, is based on his study ISBN13: 978-1-118-90185-4 of top teachers. He uses what he learned watching thousands of classes and videos of Publication Date: October 27, classes taught by teachers with incredible results, and he put everything he thought he 2014 saw them doing through the "Monday test." If he felt it wasn't something you (or he) Price: US$ 29.95 could do at 8.25am on Monday morning, it was out. Doug trains educators as part of Pages: 336 his work at Uncommon Schools, the nonprofit school management organization he helped found. He is also the author, with Erica Woolway and Katie Yezzi, of Practice Perfect: 42 Rules for Getting Better at Getting Better, an engaging book on the importance of practice. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Hamilton College, a Master of Arts from Indiana University, and an MBA from the Harvard Business School.
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Revision of a global bestseller, Teach Like a Champion (Wiley, 2010). The original book has sold over 800,000 units in 4 years, and was translated into Arabic, Orthodox Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Dutch, Bahasa Indonesian, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish The book will include totally new, rich video clips to show champion educators in action.
About the book A complete update on the powerful and practical set of Teach Like a Champion techniques. Teach Like a Champion is widely known as a "teaching bible." This international bestseller is filled with effective teaching techniques to help teachers, especially those in their first few years, become champions in the classroom. New to this edition:
All new video, over 50 clips, showing real teachers demonstrating the techniques in their classrooms. New sample lesson plans. A new prioritization that addresses: what techniques are most important AND a guide to what a school or teacher should do first.
Once the reader learns the ins and outs of the techniques, and after watching the accompanying clips, author Doug Lemov encourages educators to make these techniques their own--and to participate in the champion community on teachlikeachampion.com.
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Teach Like a Champion; 9780470550472; $29.95; March 2010 The Teach Like a Champion Field Guide; 1118116828; $32.95; December 2011 Practice Perfect; 111821658X; $26.95; September 2012
Complete List of Titles, February - August, 2014
Title Building Construction Illustrated, 5th Edition Building Information Modeling: BIM in Current and Future Practice Green Building Illustrated Street Design Becoming an Architect 3e Essentials of WPPSI-IV Assessment Essentials of ADHD Assessment for Children and Adolescents Remarkable Banquet Service Masquerading Symptons Cooking For Special Diets Street Food Modern Buffet Presentation Handbook of Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Fourth Edition SET Trust Matters 2e Teaching with Heart Multiple Pathways to the Student Brain Rocketship The Art Teacher's Survival Guide for Secondary Schools: Grades 712, 2nd Edition The Measures of Effective Teaching TLAC 2.0 (w/DVD) The Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuation: An Easy-to-Use Guide with Clear Rules, Real-World Examples, and Reproducible Quizzes, 11th Edition Collaborative Helping: A Strengths Framework for Home-Based Services The Interior Design Productivity Toolbox: Checklists and Best Practices to Manage Your Workflow Smart But Stuck Clinical Supervision Activities On Being a Master Therapist Clinician's Guide to Self-Renewal: Essential Advice from the Field
Hospitality, Travel & Tourism Clinical Psychology Cooking
Cooking Developmental Psychology
Health & Behaviorial Clinical Psychology
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Psychotherapy & Counseling Psychotherapy & Counseling Psychotherapy & Counseling
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