Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Summer reading

Summer is coming. For many it's already here, but for me it started yesterday when I handed in my final paper. I woke up this morning to an NPR story on Starbucks. I think I will need to go there this morning to celebrate.

So this summer I have decided to try and walk to work as much as possible (considering gas prices!). I want to work out more regularly. I also want to read books. I also woke up this morning thinking of all the books I want to read this summer. Maybe I will blog about them.

Summer reading list from school. This does not include all the books I want to read this summer. I went to the library and brought home two novels. I miss fiction!
  • Balsam, Rosemary, Becoming a psychotherapist
  • Basch, Michael, Doing psychotherapy
  • Bruch, Hilda, Learning psychotherapy
  • Kotin, Joel, Getting started: an introduction to dynamic psychotherapy
  • Kottler, Jeffrey, On becoming a therapist
  • Storr, Anthony, The art of psychotherapy
  • Axline, Virginia, DIBS in search of self, New York: Ballantine Books, 1964.
  • Green, Joanne, I never promised you a rose garden
  • Cooper-White, Pamela, Shared wisdom: Use of the self in pastoral counseling, Minneapolis: Fortress, 2004.
  • Dittes, James, Pastoral counseling the basics
  • Doehring, Carrie, The practice of pastoral care: a postmodern approach, Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 2006.
  • Kornfeld, Margaret, Cultivating wholeness, New York: Continuum, 2004.
  • Ross, Alistair, Counselling skills for church and faith community workers, Maidenhead: Open University Press, 2003.


Zuzu said...

might i suggest, "there's a mouse about the house" and "the day the ardvarks came to school" - zu

titration said...

zu I think those books are preferable! :) Maybe I should commit to one month only reading children's books.