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The Mozart Effect Tapping the Power of Music to Heal the Body, Strengthen  the Mind and Unlock the Creative Spirit
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The Mozart Effect Tapping the Power of Music to Heal the Body, Strengthen the Mind and Unlock the Creative Spirit

By Dan Campbell

Avon Books. As New in Very Good dust jacket; Dust jacket edges are curling.. 1997. Stated First Edition. Hardcover. 0380974185 . 9.30 x 1.10 x 6.25 in; 332 pages; Although not a music therapy textbook, The Mozart Effect is a good introduction to music therapy. Dan Campbell illustrates the effects of music on the psyche and in healing. .

$5.00

Real Boys Rescuing Our Sons from the Myths of Boyhood
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Real Boys Rescuing Our Sons from the Myths of Boyhood

By William Pollack, Ph. D

Owl Books. Very Good with no dust jacket; Gently read. Covers lifting slightly.. 1999. Paperback. 0805061835 . Trade PB; 1.40 x 8.30 x5.50; 475 pages; This book is the result of Dr. Bill Pollock's long standing research at Harvard University called Listening to Boy's Voices. In the first part of the book, Dr. Pollock tackles the myths about boys, how boys are cauhgt between expectations of masculine behavior on the one hand and of sensitivity on another. The second part of the book gives solutions to how parents, teachers and significant adults might relate to boys differently so that they can grow and mature. He points out how fathers might honor the action oriented nature of boys in the relationship as opposed to the talking nature of girls. He po ints out that boys long to be listened to as well and how to reach the sad boy in the bad boy. This is a must read for parents, teachers and anyone who deals with boys. .

$4.00

Understanding Men's Passages Discovering the New Map of Men's Lives
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Understanding Men's Passages Discovering the New Map of Men's Lives

By Gail Sheehy

Random House. As New. 1998. Stated First Edition. Hardcover. 0679452737 . 1.0 x 9.10 x 6.10; Gail Sheehy, author of Passages, writes about men's issues as they go through adulthood in he different roles that they play. .

$5.00

Ghandi's Truth On the Origins of Militant Nonviolence

By Erik H. Erikson

W. W. Norton & Company, Inc. Good in Fair dust jacket; DJ has some soiled spots. Pages are foxing. . Tight binding.. 1969. Hardcover. B001217Z0OA . 1.75 x 8.45 x 5.75; 476 pages; Renowned psychoanalyst studies Mhatma Ghandi and his ideology of militant nonviolence and applies psychoanalytic techniques in the telling of the story. This book is out of print. .

$50.00

Molecules of Emotion The Science Behind Mind-Body Medicine
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Molecules of Emotion The Science Behind Mind-Body Medicine

By Candace Pert, Ph. D

Touchstone Publishers. Good with no dust jacket; Pages are foxing.. 1999. Paperback. 0684846349 . Trade PB; 0.93 x 8.42 x 5.54; 368 pages; This landmark book arising from the author's research provides the reader with a different and inspiring look into the relationship of mind and body and empowers change in the way one views the self and the world. .

$8.00