This is Caversham Booksellers twenty-first 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.  Robin Feldman's review of "Bridge Over the River Why"
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Look, below, at the store back during building renovations many moons ago!

Hello there. June has arrived and we are very happy to send out its newsletter. It is Tuesday, the fifth, today. We try to send the newsletter out on the first Monday of every month. So far we have not succeeded frequently enough to confidently claim that we actually do that. This month we (almost) nailed it! 
            Temple Grandin was awesome when we sold books at her Leading Edge event early last month. Karl and Vivian were representing us at that one and they were very busy. Frown upside down style busy. I had the great privilege of showcasing many of our gorgeous titles when TICP presented Ken Corbett not 24 hours after Karl and Vivian had put their heads down for some well earned rest. We wrapped up month number five with the lovely folks at Mindful Society, the Sue Johnson Externship, and the Louisa Jewell, David Goldbloom, and Vincent Lam edition of MDPAC.
            June kicks into high gear for the first few weeks but simmers down leading up to Canada day. The heat is on outside. We have had some hot days here in the big smoke. While I strolled to work this morning it started pouring cool rain! Refreshing indeed. Then it was hot again. They had hail in Moose Jaw. I wish you all a splendid summer. You guys are cool. Take care out there my lovelies.
Check out the list of titles that are featured in our 2018 Catalogue!

News and Announcements
1. What kind of trouble will I get in if I have TWO featured sections this month? Let's find out. We have a new section: Cannabis! It seems to be growing. It is located in between our Social work and our Socio-Political sections. Near the front of the store on the west side.


2. June Events:

3. Caversham's featured section:

The Trauma section! Here you find both professional and self-help books on Trauma. Darn tootin'. Our trauma section sits on the west side of the store, across from a rack of spiral bound books, nearing the back of the sales floor.

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.

Experiencing Compassion-Focused Therapy from the Inside Out: A Self-Practice/Self-Reflection Workbook for Therapists 
Russell L. Kolts, Tobyn Bell, James Bennett-Levy, and Chris Irons

For therapists wishing to build their skills in compassion-focused therapy (CFT), this powerful workbook presents a unique evidence-based training approach. 

Neuropsychology of Cognitive Decline: A Developmental Approach to Assessment and Intervention
Holly A. Tuokko and Colette M. Smart

Presenting best practices for assessment and intervention with older adults experiencing cognitive decline, this book draws on cutting-edge research and extensive clinical experience. 

Penis Envy and Other Bad Feelings: The Emotional Costs of Everyday Life
Mari Ruti

Mari Ruti combines theoretical reflection, cultural critique, feminist politics, and personal experience to analyze the prevalence of bad feelings in contemporary everyday life. 


Observational Measurement of Behavior, Second Edition
P.W. Barber

Psychedelic Revolutionaries recounts the history of hallucino­genic-drug research in Saskatchewan, Canada, and the roles played by Humphry Osmond, Abram Hoffer, and Duncan Blewett. 

Contextual Schema Therapy: An Integrative Approach to Personality Disorders, Emotional Dysregulation, and Interpersonal Functioning
Eckhard Roediger, Bruce A. Stevens, and Robert Brockman

This important book offers a clear and practical road map for putting the schema mode model into practice, improving clients' interpersonal functioning, and integrates the latest advances in contextual behavioral psychology.

Touching the Infinite: A New Perspective on the Buddha's Four Foundations of Mindfulness
Rodney Smith

A prominent Insight Meditation teacher explores the profound implications of the traditional Buddhist teaching on the four areas to which mindfulness is applied as a means to liberation.

The Worry Workbook for Kids: Helping Children to Overcome Anxiety and the Fear of Uncertainty
Muniya S. Khanna and Deborah Roth Ledley

Bring fun and adventure back into your child’s life. InThe Worry Workbook for Kids, two respected psychologists offer fun, action-based activities grounded in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to help your child move past fears of uncertainty, set and accomplish goals, and, most importantly, enjoy being a kid.

The Ten Types of Human: A New Understanding of Who We Are and Who We Can Be
Dexter Dias

This book will introduce you to ten people. In a way, you already know them. Only you don’t – not really. In a sense, they are you. Only they’re not entirely. They inform and shape the most important decisions in your life. But you’re almost certainly unaware of their intervention. They are the Ten Types of Human. Who are they? What are they for? How did they get into your head?
Book Review

Bridge Over The River Why by David and Deborah Cooper

I recommend this touching, compassionate, and, relevant book to grieving parents and anyone whose life has been touched by suicide.  In sharing their journey through tragic grief towards hope and meaning; I am reminded of the Japanese " Kintsugi"(or Kintsukuroi, which means “golden repair”): the Japanese art of fixing broken pottery. Beautiful seams of gold glint in the cracks of ceramic ware. This repair method emphasizes its fractures and breaks instead of hiding, or disguising, them. Kintsugi makes the repaired piece even more beautiful than the original, revitalizing it with new life. Hope and comfort for bereaved parents.  

Robin Feldman MA  ATR BCATR
Art Therapist and counsellor
Here is a picture of our pink cart. This is where boxes of books go when they first come into the store. I would like to ride around the store on this cart but that violates my safety first mantra. The pink cart is an important member of the Caversham family.
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