New Release Books by David Hale

David Hale is the author of Therapeutic Assessment with Adults (2022), Dancing Under a Bloodless Moon (2020), Memoir of David Hale (2020), Autumn's Arrival (2019) and other 101 books.

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Therapeutic Assessment with Adults

release date: Jun 23, 2022
Therapeutic Assessment with Adults
This book is a comprehensive guide to Therapeutic Assessment (TA) with adults, showing how to collaboratively engage clients in psychological testing to help them achieve major and long-lasting change. This guide clearly lays out each step of TA with adults, including its rationale and detailed instructions on how to handle a range of clinical situations. Additionally, in part one, the authors fully describe the development of TA, its theoretical bases, and the most up-to-date research on the model. In the second part of the book, the authors describe the structure and techniques of TA, and illustrate each step with transcripts from a clinical case. Further clinical illustrations help the reader understand how to conduct a TA with different types of clients, including those from culturally diverse backgrounds. This book is essential for all clinicians, therapists and trainees working with adult clients; along with students in assessment courses.

Dancing Under a Bloodless Moon

release date: Oct 01, 2020
Dancing Under a Bloodless Moon
Introducing the reader to a cast of dogs, bears, pigs andpoets, Dancing under a Bloodless Moon moves back and forward through time and space, visiting a hill-fort in Wiltshire, as well as Glasgow, Poznan, Cape Town and the Gloucestershire countryside the poet knows well. Wry, surreal and full of speculation about what might or might not have happened at particular moments in time, many of these poems focus on animals and are rooted in rural England, while others deal with urban concerns, with the plight of the marginal, their detachment and despair.

Memoir of David Hale

release date: Apr 22, 2020
Memoir of David Hale
This is a reproduction of the original artefact. Generally these books are created from careful scans of the original. This allows us to preserve the book accurately and present it in the way the author intended. Since the original versions are generally quite old, there may occasionally be certain imperfections within these reproductions. We're happy to make these classics available again for future generations to enjoy!

Autumn's Arrival

release date: Aug 31, 2019
Autumn's Arrival
Autumn's Arrival is more than the coming of a season.It is the story of a Journey; of the power of Love and the radiant Hope of Family.

Twentieth Report of the Director of the State Museum and Science Department

The Zinc-pyrite Deposits of the Edwards District, New York

Animation Pioneer

release date: Apr 20, 2018
Animation Pioneer
The Animated Director. Like Walt Disney, David Hand started as an animator. Also like Walt Disney, he didn't stay an animator for long. Hand rose as high in the Disney studio as he could without the last name of Disney. And then he left, his life as an animation pioneer just begun.

Traveling at the Speed of Life

release date: Jun 01, 2012
Traveling at the Speed of Life
The tragedy on September 11, 2001 killed many and hurt many more. David Sylvester tried to make sense of that senseless moment by jumping on his bicycle and connecting with people. His message to the people he met across three continents was simple: "Find your bike." It translates to finding your passion and now, ten years later, after pedaling across deserts, down dirt roads and highways, and over the mountains of Africa, Asia, and North America, David spreads his inspirational message on the pages of this book. Whether relaying stories of tragedy or triumph David writes with a degree of honesty, humor and passion that will make you want to 'find your own bike' and go for a ride.

The Last Walking Stick Factory

release date: Jan 01, 2011

The High-Performance Entrepreneur

release date: Jul 21, 2008
The High-Performance Entrepreneur
What would it cost to hire a team of business coaches to personally coach you in achieving your entrepreneurial dream? Get ready to set your vision on sustaining your profitable business with some of the best and brightest business coaches who share their strategies for developing the HiPer Entrepreneur in you. Some of the entrepreneurs and business coaches you will get to know in The High-Performance Entrepreneur: 12 Essential Strategies to Supercharge Your Startup Business include: Barbara Lyngarkos, MBA, CEO, Executary, Inc. Timothy P. Maxwell, II, Founder and Owner, AFC Group, LLC. Michael B. Meek, MSM, CEO, M. B. Meek Consultants. Robert T. Uda, Founder and President, Bob Uda and Associates By consulting The High-Performance Entrepreneur: 12 Essential Strategies to Supercharge Your Startup Business, evolving your entrepreneurial dream will become a daily habit with information-packed, easy to implement strategies. Every strategy includes not only the procedures you need to implement, but also many how-to checklists and self-assessments. When you need particular hip-pocket training on a specific area, simply open to that strategy to locate the performance measures you seek. Among the performance measures are: How to hone your entrepreneurial dreams to viable business ventures. Why you need to locate your dream team through strategic networking. How a web presence will greatly enhance your expose to your target market. Not underemphasizing location, location, location. Lead, follow, or get out of the way. How supportive structures will assist in developing a solid business foundation.

The Artist who Loved Boats

release date: Jan 01, 2006
The Artist who Loved Boats
Percy 'Powder' Thurburn's life was an enigma. Well educated and wealthy he ran away to sea as a boy. It is likely that his friendship with the celebrated marine artist Arthur Briscoe sealed his love of painting, while his knowledge of ships and the sea provided his main subject. This book tells the story of his remarkable life.

Dip-moveout by Fourier Transform

release date: Jan 01, 1983

Adventures in Hunting with Knight and Hale

release date: Apr 19, 2021

Leave of Absence

release date: Mar 17, 2019
Leave of Absence
Leave of Absence is the compelling, romantic story of Lauren Richards, a young government accountant whose safe, orderly, frustrating life is unexpectedly diverted onto a new path of self-realization. After surviving a random act of violence, Lauren abandons familiar routines in order to stay ahead of her attacker, who is still at large. To complicate matters, the news media is trying to penetrate Law Enforcement's news blackout and reveal the identity of "the unnamed victim" (Lauren) which would only put her in greater danger. An unlikely mentor leads Lauren into unfamiliar territory, where she must rediscover her own strengths in order to help solve others' problems. Using spot-on characterization and snappy dialogue, the author breathes life into a motley supporting cast, including Lauren's effervescent best friend Kat Randall, as well as Lauren's own alter-ego: a catty "Inner Voice" that privately declares things Lauren never could out loud. Each new encounter nudges Lauren farther toward understanding her true purpose. In the span of what should have been just a regular work week, Lauren develops a radical new vision for her future.You will experience every emotion right along with our protagonist: sexy intimacy with her new-found soul mate, clever manipulation of a short-tempered Irish barkeep, the thrilling showdown with her attacker, and the warmly satisfying conclusion after she returns from this unplanned Leave of Absence.Special note: The author has pledged twenty-five percent of his proceeds from this book to Wake Forest (NC) Presbyterian Church, with his deepest appreciation.

American Alligators: Integrative Wildlife Models to Explore the Developmental Origins of Health and Disease in the Environment

release date: Jan 01, 2019
American Alligators: Integrative Wildlife Models to Explore the Developmental Origins of Health and Disease in the Environment
The last century of human development has been characterized by the widespread release of chemical contaminants into the environment, many of which can interfere with the endocrine system. Consistent with the "developmental origins of health and disease" model, embryos are highly sensitive to these endocrine disrupting contaminants (EDCs), and exposures are associated with numerous disease pathologies in adulthood. Despite this, the mechanisms linking developmental EDC exposures to future disease states are not well understood, nor are the consequences of long-term, chronic exposures. Herein, we employ a wildlife model of endocrine disruption, the American alligator, to explore both of these questions. As long-lived predatory species, alligators may receive multi-decadal exposures to contaminants that bioaccumulate/magnify. Leveraging this utility, we use the alligator to explore effects of a toxic EDC, dioxin, in the offspring of exposed individuals inhabiting a historically contaminated system. Using a molecular biomarker of exposure, CYP1A2, we identify contemporary effects of dioxins in embryos, suggesting that offspring of exposed individuals remain susceptible to effects of exposures. We then directly quantify dioxins in alligator egg yolk in this contaminated system and uncover their continued presence decades after initial release. Next, we investigate mechanisms underlying the developmental origins of altered ovarian function, using a population exposed to high levels of organochlorine pesticides (OCPs). Embryos exposed through yolk and raised under lab settings display persistent suppression of fertility-related genes ESR2, AMH, and AHRs, all of which can be recapitulated in reference animals exposed to estradiol prior to gonadal differentiation. These patterns are characteristic of broader changes in the ovary, as non-targeted approaches reveal over 75% of ovarian genes are affected by developmental OCP exposures, the majority of which are recapitulated in estradiol-exposed reference animals. These changes co-occur with altered ovarian follicle profiles, suggesting that OCPs act as estrogens to disrupt follicle development and program future ovarian function, and that the timing of exposures determines future outcomes. Collectively, this work highlights the utility of the alligator as an integrative model to study the effects and mechanisms of development contaminant exposures under environmentally relevant settings.
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