• Alcoholics Anonymous
  • - Center for on-line addictions
  • Pathways to Recovery, Al-Anon's steps, Traditions and Concepts, Al-Anon Family Groups (1997)


  • Brain Storm: The Power and Purpose of the Teenage Brain by Daniel Siegel
  • Stop the Roller Coaster, by Sue Blaney
  • Yes Your Teen is Crazy, by Michael Bradley


  • :  Panic
  •  Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook, Edmund Bourne, (2000) New Harbinger Publications


  • The Happiness Trap, by Russ Harris
  • The Dance of Anger, Harriet Lerner (1997) Harper and Row
  • The Anger Workbook, Mark Cosgrove (1988) Word Publishing


  • Why am I still depressed, Recognizing and managing the ups and downs of Bipolar II and Soft Bipolar Disorder.  Jim Phelps (2006) McGraw Hill
  • Madness, A Bipolar Life, Autobiography of Marya Hornbacher (2008) Houghton Mifflin Company


  • : Type in depression to go to specific link
  • Mind Over Mood, Change the Way You Feel by Changing the Way You Think. ​ Dennis Greenberger and Christine Padesky, (1995) The Guilford Press
  • The Depression Answer Book, Wes Burgess, (2009) Source Books
  • The Depression Solution Workbook, Jacqueline Cororan, (2009) Raincoast Books


  • EMDR Essentials, A Guide for Clients and Therapists, Barb Maiberger (2009) W.W. Norton and Co.
  • Tapping In, A Guide to Activating your Healing Resources through Bilateral Stimulation, Laurel Parnell, (2008) Sounds True, Inc.




  • The OCD Workbook, Bruce Hyman and Cherry Pedrick, (2005) New Harbinger Publications


  • The Wisdom of the Enneagram, the complete guide to psychological and spiritual growth for the nine personality types.  Don Riso, Russ Hudson (1999) Bantam Books
  • The Enneagram Institute
  • Free personality tests 
  • Please Understand Me, Character and Temperament Types, David Keirsey, Marilyn Bates, (1984) Prometheus Book Co.


  • Hold Me Tight and Love Sense, by Sue Johnson
  • Fighting for your Marriage, by Howard Markman, Scott Stanley and Susan Blumberg


  • Trust after Trauma, a guide to relationships for survivors and those who love them.  Aphrodite Matsakis (1998) Raincoast Books
  • I Can't Get Over It, a handbook for trauma survivors. Aphrodite Matsakis (1996) Raincoast Books
  • Waking the Tiger and An Unspoken Voice, by Peter Levine
  • The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel Van der Kolk


  • A General Theory of Love. Thomas Lewis et al (2000), Vintage Books
  • Growing Up Again: Parenting Ourselves, Parenting Our Children. Jean Clarke, Connie Dawson, (1998) Hazelden
  • Codependent No More: How to Stop Controlling Others and Start Caring for Yourself. Melody Beattie, (1986) Hazelden
  • Reinventing Your Life, Jeffrey Young and Janet Klosko, (1993) Penguin Books
  • Daring Greatly, Brene Brown


    Sometimes it helps to get a head start by looking up information on questions you may have. I have included the following web sites and literature should you want some direction in doing some of your own research. I have listed resources that have been helpful to me, to associates or to clients, but I do not agree with everything that is contained in these resources. As you explore, please use your own discernment about what may be helpful. I encourage you to bring any questions or thoughts you may gain from various sources into our sessions.

​Kathy Narum RN LPC