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Treatment of Childhood Disorders : Evidence-Based Practice in Christian Perspective. by Hall, Sarah E.; Flanagan, Kelly S.;
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Dedication Page -- Contents -- Introduction -- Part One: Foundations -- 1 Developmental Psychopathology and Evidence-Based Practice -- 2 A Christian Approach to Treating Children and Adolescents -- Part Two: Internalizing Disorders -- 3 Depression and Bipolar Disorders -- 4 Anxiety Disorders -- 5 Posttraumatic Stress Disorder -- Part Three: Externalizing Disorders -- 6 Disruptive Behavior Disorders -- 7 Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder -- Part Four: Other Disorders in Childhood and Adolescence -- 8 Autism Spectrum Disorder -- 9 Eating Disorders -- 10 Going Beyond the Literature: Gender Dysphoria -- Conclusion -- References -- Subject Index -- Scripture Index -- Also Available -- Praise for Treatment of Childhood Disorders -- About the Authors -- More Titles from InterVarsity Press.Caring for the mental health of children and their families is complex and challenging--and meaningful. Considering a variety of disorders commonly diagnosed in children and adolescents, this unique textbook presents a research-based Christian integration perspective for treating these disorders that combines biblical, theological, and psychological understanding.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Christianity and Developmental Psychopathology [electronic resource] : Foundations and Approaches by Flanagan, Kelly S.; Hall, Sarah E.;
Cover; Title Page; Dedication/Copyright; Contents; Introduction; 1 Overview of Developmental Psychopathology and Integrative Themes; 2 Temperament; 3 Emotion Regulation; 4 The Parent-Child Relationship; 5 The Marital and Parental Dyad; 6 Peer Relationships; 7 Prevention and the Promotion of Thriving; 8 Intervention: Applying a Developmental Psychopathology Framework ; 9 Psychodynamic and Attachment-Based Approaches to Treatment; 10 Behavioral Approaches to Treatment; 11 Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches to Treatment; 12 Family Systems Approaches to TreatmentAppendix A: Case Formulation WorksheetAppendix B: Developmental Trajectory Map; Appendix C: Select Examples of Evidence-Based Treatments; References ; Subject Index; About the Editors; CAPS; More Titles from InterVarsity Press
Subjects: Electronic books.; Child psychopathology; Psychotherapy -- Religious aspects.;
© 2014., InterVarsity Press,
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The last mountain [videorecording] / by Haney, William M.drtauspro(SAGE)1752733; Rhodes, Peter.ausflm(SAGE)1932989; Bingham, Clara.pro(SAGE)1890949; Grunebaum, Eric.pro(SAGE)2014201; Disney, Tim.pro(SAGE)2028329; Johnson, Sarah E.(Producer)pro(SAGE)2051921; Rockwood, Tim.pro; Ragazzi, Claudio.cmp(SAGE)1958705; Risius, Jerry.cng(SAGE)2059917; McCarthy, Stephen(Cinematographer)(SAGE)1995587; Hotchner, Tim.cng(SAGE)2066403; Sadler, William,1950-nrt(SAGE)1958557; Kennedy, Robert Francis,1954-ive(SAGE)1659193; Gunnoe, Maria.ive(SAGE)2018244; Webb, Bo.ive(SAGE)2025492; Wiley, Ed.ive(SAGE)1573222; Hall-Massey, Jennifer.ive(SAGE)2043721; Solid Ground Films.; Uncommon Productions.(SAGE)2012613; Docurama (Firm)(SAGE)1931800; New Video Group.(SAGE)1949044;
DVD, NTSC; Dolby digital stereo.Narrator, William Sadler ; features: Robert Kennedy Jr., Maria Gunnoe, Bo Webb, Ed Wiley and Jennifer Hall-Massey.Edited by Peter Rhodes ; original music by Claudio Ragazzi ; principal cinematographers, Jerry Risius, Stephen McCarthy, Tim Hotchner.Rating: PG; some thematic material and brief language.The fight for the last great mountain in America's Appalachian heartland pits the mining giant that wants to explode it to extract the coal within, against the community fighting to preserve the mountain and build a wind farm on its ridges instead. Robert Kennedy Jr. joins the fight to preserve the mountain.
Subjects: Documentary films.; Nonfiction films.; Feature films.; Feature films; Coal mines and mining; Mountaintop removal mining; Restoration ecology; Massey Energy (Firm);
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Supporting e-learning : a guide for library and information managers / by Melling, Maxine(SAGE)1978569;
Managed learning environments : strategy, planning and implementation / Sarah Porter -- Process and partnerships / Oleg Liber -- Change management / Robert Hunter, Stephen Clarke and Michele Shoebridge -- Support in the use of new media / Frank Moretti -- Just one piece of the jigsaw : e-literacy in the wider perspective / Peter Stubley -- Collection management / Frances Hall and Jill Lambert.Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subjects: Internet in education; Computer-assisted instruction; Academic libraries;
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Women of War, Women of Woe : Joshua and Judges through the Eyes of Nineteenth-Century Female Biblical Interpreters. by Taylor, Marion Ann(DLC)1852314; de Groot, Christiana.; Taylor, Marion Ann(DLC)1852314;
Contents -- Preface -- Introduction -- 1. Rahab -- Sarah Ewing: A Sanitized Rahab -- Susanna Haswell Rowson: Is Lying Always Wrong? -- Sarah Hale: Redeeming Rahab -- Cecil Frances (Fanny) Alexander: From Scarlet Thread to Blood Drops -- Charlotte Maria Tucker (A.L.O.E.): The Sign of the Cord -- Etty Woosnam: True Conversion -- Leigh Norval: Daring to Be Different -- Josephine Elizabeth Butler: The Saving Shelter of the Home -- Elizabeth Cady Stanton: The Question of Motives -- 2. Achsah, Caleb's Daughter -- Lydia: Achsah Spiritually Considered -- Grace Aguilar: Achsah and the Age of Chivalry -- Charlotte Maria Tucker: The Hebrew Daughter's Prayer -- Elizabeth Cady Stanton: Assertiveness Training -- Marianne Farningham: Giving Good Gifts -- 3. Deborah -- Grace Aguilar: Superwoman -- Clara Balfour: Redefining Femininity -- Barbara Kellison: Helpmeet and Head -- Julia McNair Wright: Knowledge Is Power -- Harriet Beecher Stowe: An Inspired Poet -- Elizabeth Baxter: An Imperfect, But Useful Woman -- Clara B. Neyman: Genius Knows No Sex -- 4. Jael -- Sarah Ewing Hall: Jael's Masculine Resolution and Cruelty -- Mary Cornwallis: Using the Only Means in Her Power -- Eliza R. Stansbury Steele: A Mother's Love -- Eliza Smith: The Worst Woman Ever -- Emily Owen: Jael: A Heroine? -- Constance de Rothschild and Annie de Rothschild: A True Hebrew Woman at Heart -- Harriet Beecher Stowe: The Tiger, Tracked, Snared, and Caught -- Elizabeth Jane Whately: God's Executioner -- Etty Woosnam: Unsexing Jael and Fighting Demon Drink -- Anne Mercier: Deborah Was Wrong about Jael -- M.G.: Nailing Sin to the Cross -- Elizabeth Cady Stanton: Cold--Blooded Fiend -- 5. Jephthah's Daughter -- Caroline Howard Gilman: Obedient unto Death -- Sarah Ewing Hall: A Child Protests: A Mother Listens -- Mary Anne Schimmelpenninck: It's All about Translation.Susanna Rowson: The American Dream Sacrificed -- Eliza R. Stansbury Steele: Maid of Gilead, Fare Thee Well -- Adelia C. Graves: Her Life Bought Our Freedom -- Rose Terry Cooke: Cursed Above All Women -- Cecil Frances Alexander: Saintly Sacrifice -- Leigh Norval: Like Father, Like Daughter -- Elizabeth Cady Stanton: A Woman in the "No--Name Series" -- Louisa Southworth: Only a Girl -- 6. Manoah's Wife -- Grace Aguilar: Concealing Your Superiority -- Mary Elizabeth Beck: Drink Milk Not Beer -- Edith M. Dewhurst: Nameless But Known -- M.G.: Saintly Mothers -- Clara B. Neyman: Demythologizing the Angel -- Elizabeth Cady Stanton: Mrs. Manoah Doe -- 7. Delilah -- Mary Cornwallis: A Cautionary Tale -- Sarah Hale: Samson the Traitor -- Harriet Beecher Stowe: Delilah the Destroyer or the Bad Power of a Bad Woman -- Ella Wheeler Wilcox: The Road to Sweet Hell -- Clara B. Neyman: The Double Standard -- 8. The Levite's Concubine -- Mary Cornwallis: Abused to Death -- Josephine Butler: The Weak and Prostrate Figure Lying at Our Door -- Josephine Butler: Cold Dead Hands upon Our Threshold -- Bibliography -- Index of Names and Subjects -- Index of Scripture.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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DragonWorld [electronic resource] : Amazing dragons, advice and inspiration from the artists of deviantART by Wissman, Pamela.; Laichas, Sarah.; Laichas, Sarah.;
Cover; Contents; Introduction; aaronpocock: Aaron Pocock; AlviaAlcedo: Julia Chubarova; Amisgaudi: Nicolas Alejandro Peña; B1nd1: Emmy Cicierega; Badhead-Gadroon: Ashley Hall; chuckwadey: Chuck Wadey; cooley: Ginger Cooley; drakhenliche: Isabelle L. Davis; dustsplat: John Staub; eduardmirica: Eduard Mirica; EJ-Su: E.J. Su; el-grimlock: Mauricio Herrera; entdroid: Victoria Maderna; Flying-Fox: Kaitlin Reid; Genethoq: Jim Pavelec; Grafik: Tiago da Silva; grzanka: Katarzyna Marcinkowska; imaginism: Bobby Chiu; imaginism: Kei Acedera; jengslizer: Thanaphan Dechboon; Kaek: Carlos EulefiKaiserFlames: Alyssa T. Daviskerembeyit: Kerem Beyit; Kezrek: K. ""Kez"" Laczin; klar: Sarah Jaffe; kunkka: Kenrick Lim; melora: Alice Duke; missmonster: Melita Curphy; Mparker: Michelle Parker; neondrargon: Jessica Peffer; onikaizer: Juan Calle; psycho-kitty: Stefanie Morin; puimun: Stephanie Pui-Mun Law; purpleglovez: Collette J. Ellis; Rin-Rin-Rin: Corinne Aiello; RobbVision: Robb Mommaerts; SADCAT: Sarah Anne Davis; sandara: Sandara Tang; Schur: Lina Karpova; Smirtouille: Amélie Hutt; Tyrus88: Daniel Lunkkvist; unholy-scribe: Jon Grimes; ursulav: Ursula VernonVampirePrincess007: Natalia Ponce GutiérrezVegas Mike: Adam Vehige; Vermin-Star: Freya Horn; Vixie87: Hedvig Haggman-Sund; wocstudios: William O'Connor; zilowar: Kelsey Lakowske; Contributors; Index; Copyright<h2>A tribute to dragonkind</h2><h4>120 dragons with advice and inspiration from 49 international artists</h4> From fire-breathing to friendly, dragons pretty much rule the fantasy world. Dedicated to the coolest of mythological beasts, <i>DragonWorld</i> is a showcase of some of today's best, most imaginative dragon art. Some stick to the popular notion of what a dragon is, while others offer more unexpected interpretations. Behind this fiercely creative work is a diverse group of young international artists who have developed loyal fan followings on the popular online showcase, deviantART.co
Subjects: Electronic books.; Art; Dragons in art; Drawing;
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Telling Moments : Autobiographical Lesbian Short Stories. by Hall, Lynda K.;
Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: Re-Membering Her: A-Mazing Space of Lesbian Writings / Lynda Hall -- Our Loves -- Swallowing Fireflies/Tragando Luciérnagas / Gloria E. Anzaldúa -- Tenderness / Marie-Claire Blais -- Dance Hall Road / Marion Douglas -- Choose: A Biomythography / Jewelle Gomez -- Swimming with Sharks / Karla Jay -- Private Lessons / Lesléa Newman -- Farewell to Concubines / Vivien Ng -- Love Quartet / Sima Rabinowitz -- Our Mothers -- The Dead Mothers Club / Donna Allegra -- Dostoyevsky Would Have Liked That / Anna Livia -- Violin Lessons / Janet Mason -- Swimming at Midnight / Jess Wells -- Our Children -- Someone's Deciding / Nancy Abrams -- Easter Weekend / Minnie Bruce Pratt -- Our Lives: Bodies, Work, Travel, et al. -- Gone Fishing / Mary Cappello -- Rooms / Maya Chowdhry -- Précis / Rini Das -- The Sanctuary of Hands / Emma Donoghue -- The House with Nobody in It / Valerie Miner -- Mad Dog in Chelsea / Barbara Bryce Morris -- Leaving Her / Ruthann Robson -- My First Wedding / Sarah Schulman -- Gosh Dirt / Peggy Shaw -- Out Takes in Cuba / Carmelita Tropicana -- Bionotes.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Autobiographies; Lesbians -- Biography.; Lesbians' writings;
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The Grimké Sisters from South Carolina : Pioneers for Women's Rights and Abolition. by Lerner, Gerda.;
Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Note on Usage -- Introduction -- THE GRIMKÉ SISTERS FROM SOUTH CAROLINA -- Appendix 1 Printed Speeches of Angelina Grimké Weld -- Speech before the Legislative Committee of the Massachusetts Legislature, February 21, 1838 -- Speech in Pennsylvania Hall, May 16, 1838 -- Speech to the National Convention of the Woman's Loyal National League, May 14, 1863 -- Address to the Soldiers of Our Second Revolution -- Appendix 2 Manuscript Essays of Sarah Moore Grimké -- Sisters of Charity -- A Problem of Ascription -- Marriage -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- Q -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W -- Y.A landmark work of women's history originally published in 1967, Gerda Lerner's best-selling biography of Sarah and Angelina Grimke explores the lives and ideas of the only southern women to become antislavery agents in the North and pioneers for women's rights. This revised and expanded edition includes two new primary documents and an additional essay by Lerner. In a revised introduction Lerner reinterprets her own work nearly forty years later and gives new recognition to the major significance of Sarah Grimke's feminist writings.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Antislavery movements -- United States -- History -- 19th century.; Feminists -- South Carolina -- Biography.; Grimké, Angelina Emily, -- 1805-1879.; Grimké, Sarah Moore, -- 1792-1873.; Sisters -- South Carolina -- Biography.; Women abolitionists -- South Carolina -- Biography.; Women''s rights -- United States -- History -- 19th century.;
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Sustainable Water : Challenges and Solutions from California. by Lassiter, Allison.;
Cover -- Sustainable Water -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Contributors -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- 1. Adapting California's Water Sector to a Changing Climate -- 2. The Water-Energy-Climate Nexus in California -- 3. California's Flawed Surface Water Rights -- 4. The Reasonable Use Doctrine in California Water Law and Policy -- 5. Urban Water Demand and Pricing in a Changing Climate -- 6. Coping with Delta Floods and Protecting California's Water Supply in a Regional Flood Management System -- 7. Portfolio Approaches to Reduce Costs and Improve Reliability of Water Supplies -- 8. The Challenge of Sustainable Groundwater Management in California -- 9. People, Resources, and Policy in Integrated Water Resource Management -- 10. The History of Water Reuse in California -- 11. Water Justice in California's Central Valley -- 12. The Incendiary Mix of Salmon and Water in Mediterranean-Climate California -- 13. Adaptive Management in Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Relicensing -- 14. Emerging Cultural Waterscapes in California Cities Connect Rain to Taps and Drains to Gardens -- 15. California's Water Footprint Is Too Big for Its Pipes -- Afterword -- Index.Water scarcity, urban population growth, and deteriorating infrastructure are impacting water security around the globe. Struggling with the most significant drought in its recorded history, California faces all of these challenges to secure reliable water supplies for the future. The unfolding story of California water includes warnings and solutions for any region seeking to manage water among the pressures of a dynamic society and environment. Written by leading policy makers, lawyers, economists, hydrologists, ecologists, engineers, and planners, Sustainable Water reaches across disciplines to address problems and solutions for the sustainable use of water in urban areas. The solutions and ideas put forward in this book integrate water management strategies to increase resilience in a changing world. Contributors: John T. Andrew, Carolina Balazs, Celeste Cant#65533;, Juliet Christian-Smith, Matthew Deitch, Caitlin Dyckman, Howard Foster, Julian Fulton, Peter Gleick, Brian E. Gray, Ellen Hanak, Maurice Hall, Michael Hanemann, Sasha Harris-Lovett, Matthew Heberger, G. Mathias Kondolf, Jay Lund, Damian Park, Kristen Podolak, John Radke, Isha Ray, David Sedlak, Fraser Shilling, Daniel Wendell, Robert Wilkinson, Cleo Woelfle-Erskine, Sarah Yarnell.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Encyclopedia of Arkansas Music [electronic resource]. by Welky, Ali.; Keckhaver, Mike.;
Table of Contents; About the Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture; Preface; Musical Map of Arkansas; Introduction; Blues / R&B; Classical / Opera; Country; Folk; Gospel / Contemporary Christian; Jazz; Rock; Rockabilly; Allison, Luther; Altheimer, Joshua; Arkansas Entertainers Hall of Fame; Arkansas Folk Festival; Arkansas Symphony Orchestra; Ashley, Hugh; Bartlett, E. M.; Bazooka; Beatles-Stopover; Bell, Al; Bennett, Al; Black Oak Arkansas; Boston, Gretha; Britt, Elton; Brockwell Gospel Music School; Broonzy, "Big Bill"; Brown, Jim Ed; Browns, The; Brumley, Albert E.; Buchanan, RoyBurgess, SonnyCaldwell, Sarah; Campbell, Glen; Cash, Johnny; Cate Brothers Band; Cotton, Carolina; Cramer, Floyd; Davis, CeDell; DeMent, Iris; Diamond State Chorus; Dorough, Bob; Dr. Smith's Champion Hoss Hair Pullers; Driftwood, Jimmy; Dunn, Ronnie; Dusenbury, Emma; E&M Recording Company and My Records; Evanescence; Evans, Dale; Fairchild, Barbara; Falco, Tav; "Fayetteville Polka"; Felts, Narvel; Fiddlin' Bob Larkan & His Music Makers; Frizzell, "Lefty"; Garage Bands; Gilbert, Ollie; Glosson, Lonnie; Green, Al; Hartford Music Company and Institute; Hawkins, Dale; Hawkins, Ronnie; Hays, LeeHelm, LevonHendricks, Barbara; Hensley, Violet Brumley; Hibbler, Al; Hicks, Dan; Holyfield, Wayland; Horton, Zilphia; Hot Springs Music Festival; Howlin' Wolf; Jeffress/Phillips Music Company; John, "Little Willie"; Jones, Willa Saunders; Joplin, Scott; Jordan, Louis; KAAY; King, Albert; King Biscuit Blues Festival; King Biscuit Time; King of Clubs; Klipsch Audio Technologies; LaBeef, Sleepy; Lawrence, Marjorie; Lawrence, Tracy; Leavy, Calvin "Slim"; Lewis, Mary; Living Sacrifice; Lockwood, Robert, Jr.; Mangrum, "Jim Dandy"; Marshall, Fred; Martin, Roberta; McBeth, FrancisMcFerrin, Robert, Sr.Melody Boys Quartet; Montana, Patsy; Moondog; Moorman, Charlotte; Mosley, "Snub"; Nancarrow, Conlon; Ne-Yo; Nighthawk, Robert; Norful, Smokie; Norris, Walter; Official State Musical Instrument; Official State Songs; Old Folks' Singing; Opera in the Ozarks at Inspiration Point; Oslin, K. T; Palmer, Robert; Paris, Twila; Parler, Mary Celestia; Payne, "Sunshine" Sonny; Point of Grace; Pointer, Anita; Porter, Art, Jr.; Porter, Art, Sr.; Porter, Jim, Jr.; Presley, Luther; Price, Florence; Rackensack Folklore Society; Raney, Wayne; Raye, Collin; Rich, Charlie; Riddle, AlmedaRiley, Billy LeeRiverfest Arts and Music Festival; Robinson Center Music Hall; Rock 'n' Roll Highway 67; "The Rock Island Line"; Rolling Stones-Arrest; Rush, Bobby; Rwake; Sanders, Pharoah; Seals, "Son"; Shelton, Louie; Shibley, "Arkie"; Stackhouse, Houston; "The State of Arkansaw"; Steve's Show; Still, William Grant; Sundown to Sunup Gospel Sing; Sykes, Roosevelt "The Honeydripper"; Talbot, John Michael; Taylor, Johnnie; Tharpe, "Sister Rosetta"; Top of the Rock Chorus; Trent, Alphonso "Phonnie"; Trout Fishing in America; Twitty, Conway; Tyler, T. Texas; Vaden Records; Vapors, TheWakely, Jimmy<div>Ali Welky and Mike Keckhaver are both on the staff of the <i>Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture (EOA)</i>. Welky, who lives in Conway with her husband and two children, is the assistant editor of the EOA and is a lifelong lover of words and music. Keckhaver, whose talents as media editor for the EOA are outstripped only by his musical talent and knowledge, lives in Little Rock.</div>
Subjects: Electronic books.; Music -- Arkansas -- Encyclopedias.; Music -- Arkansas -- History and criticism.;
© 2013., University of Arkansas Press,
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