“There is unity in my university teaching, my research, my practice, and the self-help book series.“
Dr. Gerald Young is an Associate Professor of Psychology, practicing psychologist, researcher, editor, and author. With more than 15 years experience as a clinical psychologist, Dr. Young has helped numerous clients through rehabilitation and counselling. Also, many of Dr. Young’s reports have been presented to court. He is the author of several professional books on psychological injury and law and on child development. Dr. Young also has written a fun alphabet book for children.
As an educator, Dr. Young is affiliated with York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where he teaches courses on Rehabilitation Psychology, and on Abnormal Child, Adolescent, Adult, and Advanced Development.
|The first volume in the book series presents in a straightforward manner essays introducing psychology and how to live life more happily and effectively.Read More…|
|The second volume is on destressing. This volume marks the beginning of the major use of therapeutic figures.Read More…|
|The third volume of the book series deals with negative emotions, such as worry and sadness, and specific emotional problems, such as drinking or dealing with pain.Read More…|
|The fourth volume in the book series is about improving the quality of our daily living.Read More…|
|This fifth volume presents two-dimensional artistic line drawings intended to relax and inspire.Read More…|
|Book six of the book series represents its crowning achievement. It consists of excerpts of the best material, especially from books III, IV, and V of the first five books in the series.Read More…|
|Book seven presents workbook exercises that have the reader review and reflect on the contents of Books III, IV, and V of the book series.Read More…|
|The last volume of the book series presents inspirational sayings for living, loving, and learning.Read More…|
|From A for Alligators and Aardvarks all the way to Z for Zebra The Alpaca And Alpha Alphabet Book introduces preschoolers and young children to the alphabet in an easy-to-read, fun-filled way.Read More…|