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Published July, 2022
By Brooke N. Petersen
Publisher: Lexington Books
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Through the rich stories of eight participants, the author explores the psychological, spiritual, and ritual dimensions of religious trauma among queer people and offers key recommendations for congregations and pastoral caregivers that seek to welcome those who have experienced religious trauma.

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Published July, 2022
By Lisa J. Cohen
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Lisa J. Cohen introduces an integrative model of divergent treatments for personality pathology. Implications for assessment, diagnosis and treatment are discussed and illustrated with case examples.

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Published June, 2022
By Kristen Smith
Publisher: Lexington Books
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In Medical Tourism & Inequity in India, Kristen Smith explores the role of private hospitals in India in the global healthcare service supply chain. Smith examines the medical tourism industry, the commodification of the Indian healthcare system, and the local populations facing critical health issues.

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Sexual and Reproductive Justice: From the Margins to the Centre offers new insights and perspectives to discussions on sexual and reproductive justice.

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Published June, 2022
By Alyson Quinn
Publisher: Lexington Books
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The second edition of Experiential Unity Theory and Model: Treating Trauma in Therapy addresses the current concerns dominating the field of group therapy and individual counseling and promotes a healing milieu whereby clients can address the core of their problems and heal fully.

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This edited collection focuses on how the COVID-19 pandemic and responses to the pandemic have impacted human communication and the communication discipline as a whole. Contributors represent a diverse range of sub-disciplines within the communication field.

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Published April, 2022
By Catherine Young and Wendy Packman
Publisher: Lexington Books
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In The Wounded Attorney, authors Young and Packman explore how mental health issues appear in the legal profession by examining attorney disbarment records and arguing for a therapeutic approach to attorney discipline that destigmatizes mental health issues.

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This volume provides different perspectives regarding the impact of COVID-19 on students collectively and college teaching and learning. Topics include COVID-19 implications on student wellness and stress management, online learning, graduate teach assistants, emerging, technology, faculty-student relationships, student learning, and more.

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Published February, 2022
By Damian Janus and Barbara Gastol
Publisher: Lexington Books
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