"With her brilliant and elegant editing, Jo Ann was truly inspirational. She was just like a co-author."
--Marilyn Wedge, author of A Disease Called Childhood
Charlotte Bunch, Study Guide to accompany film "Passionate Politics."
Patricia Cliff, The Art of Selling Real Estate.
"A must read..." --Barbara Corcoran
Gayatri Devi, A Calm Brain.
"A welcome alternative approach to overtaxing our brains and then reaching for the pill bottle." --Kirkus
Richard Gelles, The Third Lie.
"A very original, unorthodox analysis of what ails us and how we might regain our economic, social, and political health." --Amitai Etzioni
Paul Hokemeyer, The Gilded Couch: Tales of a Park Avenue Psychotherapist.
Sarnia Hoyt, Margaret and Mady: A Daughter's Search for a Mother's Love--A Memoir.
Ellyn Kaschak, Sight Unseen: Gender and Race Through Blind Eyes.
"Part psychology, part ethnographic research, but all heart, this book is a must read for anyone interested in people's lives." --Lillian Comas-Diaz, Ph.D
Howard Liddle, Family Therapy for Substance Abuse and Delinquency.
Connie A. Lofgreen, The Storm of Sex Addiction.
"Filled with practical advice, hope, and compassion." --Mary Pipher
Robert Madigan, How Memory Works--and How to Make It Work for You.
"A very readable, accessible owner's manual." --Catherine Fritz, Ph.D
John G. Miller, Changing Roles for a New Psychotherapy.
"I love this no-nonsense, easy-to-understand book." --Cloe Madanes
National Association for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression (NARSAD), series of trade books on mental disorders.
Douglas Powell, The Aging Intellect.
"An important new book... offers helpful, specific, evidence-based recommendations." --Paul Efthim, Ph.D
University of Pennsylvania, School of Public Policy, series of public policy briefs.
Marilyn Wedge, A Disease Called Childhood: Why ADHD Became an American Epidemic.
"A very readable analysis of the hoax that American psychiatry and Big Pharma have perpetrated for the past 40 years." --Stuart A. Kirk, UCLA