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This is Caversham Booksellers nineteenth monthly e-newsletter. Each month, we will let you know about happenings at the store and some of the many conferences where we set up book tables, as well as some new titles we hope you'll be interested in. Thanks for subscribing!

Table of Contents
1.  Greetings from Neil
2.  News and Announcements
3.  Hot Off The Press!
4.  Neil's review of After The War
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A coffee percolator. The boiling water is continually cycled through the coffee grounds. We have been busy but we are now getting busier. Someone turned the heat up on our percolator? We are the coffee? The books are the grounds and we are the water? I've never used a percolator. Can one turn up the heat? Let's say we've had chili simmering on the stove and, now, come April, someone sauntered by and turned up the heat to a BOIL! We are attending a number of conferences in April and it will be busy. Holy moly it's good to see you folks. 
Check out the list of titles that are featured in our 2018 Catalogue!

Leading Edge Seminars presents:
Temple Grandin
Next Steps:  Transitioning to Independence

A Two-Day ASD Conference
May 3rd-4th @ Jane Mallet Theatre
News and Announcements

1. No April fool's for us.

Enough with the tricks and the lies! We care about you. I, personally, am too clumsy to pull off a practical joke anyway. Welcome to April. . .my un-ridiculed lovelies.

2. April Events:

    48th ATPPP Scientific Session: Andrea Celenza with Christine Dunbar - April 7th @ TPS&I
Launch of Brent Willock's Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Passion - April 12th @ Caversham Booksellers    
Creative Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Interventions for Children with Anxiety: Liana Lowenstein - April 13th @SickKids Centre for Community Mental Health
Academy for Lifelong Learning - The Healthy Brain: How Diet and Supplements Can Help Optimize Brain Power at Any Age with Dr Aileen Burford-Mason, PhD - April 18th @ Innis Town Hall
Art of Medicine Speaker Series - The Power of Empathy with Brian Goldman - April 18th @U of T Medical Sciences Building
Leading Edge Seminars - CBT Intensive Part 1 w/ Martin Antony @ Multi-Faith Centre
Working with Violent, Suicidal, and Self-Destructive Adolescents w/ Matthew D. Selekman - April 20th @SickKids Centre for Community Mental Health
TPS&i 27th Annual Day in Psychoanalysis -Death, Immortality and Unconscious Fantasy w/ Arlene Kramer Richards & Arnold D. Richards - April 21 @ Hart House
Leading Edge Seminars - Calming the Emotional Storm w/ Sheri Van Dijk -  April 23 @ Multi-Faith Centre
Helping Behaviourally Challenged Kids w/ Ross Greene April 26&27 @SickKids Centre for Community Mental Health
IASP Annual Conference - Needed Relationships and Psychoanalytic Healing: A  Holistic Relational Perspective on the Therapeutic Process w/ Steven Stern - April 28th @ George Ignatieff Theatre
Dalton and Associates Annual Quality Assurance Meeting - April 28 @ RBG, Burlington
Emotion, Love, Power, and Forgiveness in Couples Therapy w/ Les Greenberg - April 30 @ SickKids Centre for Community Mental Health
Ontario Association of Family Mediation - May 1&2
Leading Edge Seminars - Next Steps: Transitioning to Independence w/ Temple Grandin - May 3&4 @ St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts

3. Caversham's featured section:

Here we have Philosophy of Mind. It doubles a bit as a catch-all philosophy section but its birth name is, indeed, Philosophy of Mind. It is located north of the middle of the west wall. Have you purchased the book you came for and are looking for the perfect second title to balance out your walk home? Check out our Philosophy of Mind section. It'll greatly increase your hamster's middle distance endurance.

Hot Off The Press!
Lots of new arrivals this month! Here is just a sample but please click here to view a (long) list of highlights.

Resilient: How to Grow an Unshakable Core of Calm, Strength, and Happiness
by Rick Hanson with Forrest Hanson

The culmination of New York Times bestselling author and respected psychologist Rick Hanson's work, this is a scientifically grounded program for developing the 12 inner strengths for being resilient no matter what life throws at you.
In this succinct guide to lasting happiness, Dr. Hanson has distilled 40 years of clinical work and teaching into the tools that actually work. Each of these 12 tools grows a key inner strength for resilience, allowing you to enter a positive cycle in which resilience creates a sense of well-being, which creates even more resilience, and so on. 

Things We Haven't Said: Sexual Violence Survivors Speak Out
Edited by Erin Moulton

Things We Haven’t Said is a powerful collection of poems, essays, letters, vignettes and interviews written by a diverse group of impressive adults who survived sexual violence as children and adolescents. [. . .]this anthology is a valuable resource of hope, grit and honest conversation that will help teens tackle the topic of sexual violence, upend stigma and maintain hope for a better future.

Transgender Mental Health
by Eric Yarbrough

Relevant for a range of mental health professionals, including psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse practitioners, psychologists, social workers, family therapists, and school counselors, Transgender Mental Health is a simple yet thorough primer on the complex topic of gender diversity.

Minding Emotions
by Elliot Jurist

Mentalization—the effort to make sense of our own and others' actions, behavior, and internal states—is something we all do. And it is a capacity that all psychotherapies aim to improve: the better we are at mentalizing, the more resilient and flexible we tend to be. This concise, engaging book offers a brief overview of mentalization in psychotherapy, focusing on how to help patients understand and reflect on their emotional experiences.

The Mental Health Clinician's Workbook
by James Morrison

Renowned diagnostician and bestselling author James Morrison (DSM-5 Made Easy and other works) invites the reader to interview and evaluate 26 patients who present with a wide spectrum of presenting complaints and ultimate diagnoses.

Handbook of Personality Disorders
Edited by John Livesley and Roseann Larstone 

The leading reference on personality disorders and their treatment, this authoritative work is now significantly revised with 80% new content reflecting important advances in the field. 

Evidence-Based Psychotherapy: The State of the Science and Practice
Edited by Daniel David, Steven Jay Lynn, and Guy Montgomery

A Comprehensive, Systematic Evaluation of Treatment Effectiveness for Major Psychological Disorders

An Intelligent Career: Taking Ownership of Your Work and Your Life
by Michael B. Arthur, Svetlana N. Khapova, and, Julia Richardson

Written by three career experts, An Intelligent Career is a playbook for the modern knowledge worker, providing a complete guide that will allow workers to take a composite, dynamic view of a life's work in the 21st century.

Depression as a Systemic Illness
Edited by James Strain and Michael Blumenfield 

    
Depression as a Systemic Illness emphasizes the need for the primary care physician to be the first agent to care for "garden variety" depressive disorders and the need to alter medical school and residency training to accommodate the development of the necessary skills, knowledge and attitudes to fulfill this goal. Its unique approach and presentation of depression makes it a key resource for clinicians within the fields of both psychiatry and primary care medicine.
Book Review

After the War: Surviving PTSD and Changing Mental Health Culture by Stephane Grenier

So we will not be in Alliston, Ontario on April 17th and 18th for the Grounding Trauma conference. Stéphane Grenier will be there and you may want to be as well. Grenier has written an exceptional book in After the War. A personal memoir of time spent in multiple war zones; this book serves as a window into horrific events and their effects on Grenier and those around him.
            Grenier takes the reader through the very upsetting bureaucracy of The United Nations, the Canadian Government, and the Canadian Military. He also provides an illuminating, and articulate, play by play of his own PTSD, accompanied by informed and accessible explanations throughout. The fulcrum, for me, came while reading his explanation of how one's moral compass is effected by extremely intense moments. He suggests it is like taking a magnet to that compass and, effectively, "shaking the very foundation of how it works and pulling" the individual "in all directions". One is taken on the journey as we experience Grenier's struggle for his own re-calibration. The moving narrative serves to increase any empathy present in the reader and, impressively, to cultivate a path toward empathy should the reader be reluctant to acquire any. I loved this book. You may as well.

Click here for a list of titles related to this book as well as to the Grounding Trauma conference!

Here we have Joe and Veronika's cats. Diego on the left and Buddy on the right. These are lovely boys indeed. Just like their humans. Their humans are lovely as well.
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