• Positive Psychology in Christian Perspective
    casebound

    Positive Psychology in Christian Perspective

    Foundations, Concepts, and Applications

    Christian Association for Psychological Studies Books

    by Charles Hackney

    Positive psychology is about fostering strength and living well—about how to do a good job at being human. Charles Hackney connects this still-new movement to foundational concepts in philosophy and Christian theology. He then explores topics such as subjective states, cognitive processes, and the roles of personality, relationships, and environment.

  • Forming Resilient Children
    paperback

    Forming Resilient Children

    The Role of Spiritual Formation for Healthy Development

    by Holly Catterton Allen
    Foreword by Catherine Stonehouse

    We can't protect children from all hardships, but we can promote healthy development that fosters resilience. In this interdisciplinary work, Holly Catterton Allen equips educators, counselors, children's ministers, and parents with ways of developing children's spirituality so they can persevere when facing trauma and thrive in challenging times.

  • Christian Meditation in Clinical Practice
    paperback

    Christian Meditation in Clinical Practice

    A Four-Step Model and Workbook for Therapists and Clients

    Christian Association for Psychological Studies Books

    by Joshua J. Knabb

    What would it look like to turn to the Christian faith to cultivate meditation practices? Presenting Christian meditation as an alternative to Buddhist-informed mindfulness, this workbook from Dr. Joshua Knabb offers a Christian-sensitive approach to meditation in clinical practice, focusing on both building theory and providing replicable practices for Christian clients and their therapists.

  • When Children Come Out
    paperback

    When Children Come Out

    A Guide for Christian Parents

    by Mark A. Yarhouse and Olya Zaporozhets

    When a child comes out as LGBTQ+, Christian parents often find themselves in unfamiliar terrain. This hopeful resource delivers research-based insights for parents and church leaders, offering stories and advice from other parents while reframing the focus from fear-based choices towards practical counsel for maintaining and deepening relationships.

  • Gender Identity and Faith
    paperback

    Gender Identity and Faith

    Clinical Postures, Tools, and Case Studies for Client-Centered Care

    Christian Association for Psychological Studies Books

    by Mark A. Yarhouse and Julia A. Sadusky

    Helping people navigate gender identity questions today is complex and often polarized work. Filled with assessments, therapeutic tools, and case studies, this practical resource from Mark Yarhouse and Julia Sadusky offers mental health professionals a client-centered, open-ended approach that makes room for gender exploration while respecting religious identity.

  • The Integration of Psychology and Christianity
    paperback

    The Integration of Psychology and Christianity

    A Domain-Based Approach

    Christian Association for Psychological Studies Books

    by William L. Hathaway and Mark A. Yarhouse
    Foreword by Stephen E. Parker

    Done properly, integration enriches our understanding of both Christianity and psychology. Through biblical and theological grounding, this expert overview takes stock of the integration project to date, provides an introduction for those who wish to come on board, highlights work yet to be done, and offers a framework to strategically organize next steps.

  • Companions in the Darkness
    paperback

    Companions in the Darkness

    Seven Saints Who Struggled with Depression and Doubt

    by Diana Gruver
    Foreword by Chuck DeGroat

    The church's relationship with depression has been fraught, and we still have a long way to go. Drawing on her own experience with depression, Diana Gruver looks back into church history and finds depression in the lives of some of our most beloved saints, telling their stories in fresh ways and offering practical wisdom both for those in the darkness and those who care for them.

  • An Impossible Marriage
    paperback

    An Impossible Marriage

    What Our Mixed-Orientation Marriage Has Taught Us About Love and the Gospel

    by Laurie Krieg and Matt Krieg

    Laurie and Matt Krieg are in a mixed-orientation marriage: Laurie is primarily attracted to women—and so is Matt. With vulnerability and wisdom, they tell the story of how they met and got married, the challenges and breakthroughs of their journey, and what they've learned about how marriage is meant to point us to the love and grace of Jesus.

  • From Burned Out to Beloved
    paperback

    From Burned Out to Beloved

    Soul Care for Wounded Healers

    by Bethany Dearborn Hiser

    As a social worker, jail chaplain, and justice advocate, Bethany Dearborn Hiser pushed herself to the brink of burnout—only to discover that she needed the very soul care she was providing to others. Tackling the effects of secondary trauma and burnout, this is a trauma-informed soul care guide for Christians working in high-stress, helping professions.

  • Enhancing Christian Life
    paperback

    Enhancing Christian Life

    How Extended Cognition Augments Religious Community

    by Brad D. Strawn and Warren S. Brown

    It's time to rethink the Christian life in light of current research on the human mind, particularly with a deeper understanding of "extended cognition." Using insights from neuroscience, psychology, and philosophy, Brad Strawn and Warren Brown argue for a vision of the Christian life as extended into interactions with a local network of believers.

Textbook Selector

An easy way to find your next textbook by field and subject: