Faculty Authors

Shafranske's book

Dr. Edward Shafranske
Professor of Psychology

Clinical Supervision: A Competency-Based Approach
Co-author Dr. Carol Falendar
American Psychological Association, 2004

The book is a comprehensive, up-to-date scholarly resource for training and supervising mental health practitioners.

Caesar's book

Dr. Vance Caesar
Visiting Faculty, Education

Uncommon Career Success
Vance Caesar Group, 2004

This collection of easy-to-read chapters offers practical tips on achieving career success within the context of creating life success. Dr. Caesar writes that often, when we get to the finish line called success, we simply do not feel successful enough. We feel an emptiness as we work harder, achieve more, and do all the things we should do to succeed. This book is about achieving uncommon career success—having a career that creates the life you want.

Cozolino's book

Dr. Louis Cozolino
Professor of Psychology

The Making of a Therapist
W.W. Norton and Company, Inc., 2004

Dr. Cozolino guides beginning therapists and graduate stu-dents through the complexities of clinical training. He candidly shares his own misgivings, insecurities, and fallibilities to help students accept their strengths and weaknesses—pointing out that "despite the growing influence of hard science in our field, psychotherapy remains a human and imperfect art."

Shafranske's second book

Dr. Edward Shafranske
Professor of Psychology

Spiritually Oriented Psychotherapy
Co-editor Dr. Len Sperry
American Psychological Association, 2004

This is the first book to critically and coherently survey how spirituality can be incorporated into a range of psychotherapeutic approaches.

Fisher's book

Dr. Mercedes Fisher
Associate Professor of Education

Designing Courses and Teaching on the Web: A How-To Guide to Proven Innovative Strategies
Scarecrow Education Press, 2004

Dr. Fisher presents succinct and understandable guidelines for creating and teaching courses and for adapting an existing curriculum to the distinctive au-dience and specialized delivery methods of online education. She describes steps for creating a Web-based course, offering concrete recommendations for graphic design and checklists of best practices in student support, content development, technical issues, and course management.

Fisher's second book

Dr. Mercedes Fisher
Associate Professor of Education

Amazing Social Studies Activities: Participatory Learning Models
Co-authors Bonita Coleman and Jessica Neuhauser
Scarecrow Education Press, 2004

As teachers consider the best approaches to engage students as well as meet school standards in instruction, Fisher's book offers hundreds of classroom-tested activities that build learner support and interest in social studies content that are quick and low cost to implement.

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