Books

Harvey, M.A. (2001). Listen with the Heart: Relationships and Hearing Loss.
San Diego, CA: Dawn Sign Press. 


"Inspiring as ever, Dr. Harvey is a master storyteller - weaving powerful personal and sometimes heart-wrenching stories with potent psychological insights, but without the jargon.  Cleverly and beautifully told!" 

Marylyn Howe, President
Association of Late-Deafened Adults 

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"[Dr. Harvey’s] engaging style of sharing his own thoughts, doubts, and emotions gives the lay or professional reader helpful insights into the process of psychological change.  I believe this book will be a significant contribution to psychotherapy with hearing-impaired persons." 

Roger D. Freeman, M.D., Director, Neuropsychiatry Clinic, British Columbia's Children's Hospital; Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of British Columbia; Consultant, Western Institute for the Deaf and Heard of Hearing, Vancouver, BC 

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"Dr. Harvey has examined the depths of common human experiences and applied it to those with hearing loss.  However, the material is relevant to anyone whose life touches those who can't hear well… Dr. Harvey demonstrates the incredible capacity of humans, including himself, for growth when challenged, but with the reality that sometimes total success is elusive." 

Susan Rezen, Ph.D., CCC-A
Professor of Audiology, Worcester State College
Author of Coping with Hearing Loss  

To order a copy of Listen With the Heart: Relationships and Hearing Loss, click on the link to Dawnsign Press below.  You will need to include the author names, title, ISBN: 1-58121-019-1; Item #9615B  price ($19.95) as well as shipping address, credit card number and expiration date. 

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Harvey, M.A. (1998). The Odyssey of Hearing Loss: Tales of Triumph.
San Diego, CA: Dawn Sign Press. 


"A reader with a hearing loss will find Odyssey enriching and encouraging; a hearing reader will gain a greater respect for the feelings and resiliency of those who have hearing loss. This is an excellent book for parents of anyone with a hearing loss. The message is that with honesty there can be a positive resolution - at any age..." Hearing Loss, The Journal of Self Help for Hard of Hearing People.


"In each story I read paragraphs that hit home with painful memories of what had happened to me in the past. As I finished each tale, I caught myself reflecting on how I had seen these examples in my friends and in myself and this knowledge allowed me to gain a better understanding that a loss such as ours is completely unique to each individual. Buy [this book] for yourself or buy it for someone who loves you!" ALDA News.


To order a copy of The Odyssey of Hearing Loss: Tales of Triumph, click on the link to Dawnsign Press below.  You will need to include the author names, title, ISBN: 1-58121-006-x ,  price ($23.95) as well as shipping address, credit card number and expiration date. 

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Glickman, N.S. & Harvey, M.A. (1996). Culturally Affirmative Psychotherapy with Deaf Persons. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers.


"The content and message of this important volume is one of liberation for the thousands of Deaf people who endure inappropriate or ineffective care at the hands of mental health practitioners... [This book] is a 'must have' for seasoned practitioners as well as for students and clinicians..." Robert Pollard, Ph.D. Founder, Program for Deaf Trainees, Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester School of Medicine.


"Glickman and Harvey's book has finally brought much-needed attention to the cultural differentness of the Deaf community and a more germane approach to the mental health treatment of its members." Barbara A. Brauer, Ph.D. & Allen E. Sussman, Ph.D. Community Counseling & Mental Health Clinic, Gallaudet University.


ISBN: 0-8058-1488-4 $65.00 Cloth
ISBN: 0-8058-1489-4 $32.50 Paperback
To order a copy of Culturally Affirmative Psychotherapy with Deaf Persons, click on the link to Earlbaum Publishers below.  You will need to include the author names, title, ISBN and price as well as   shipping address, credit card number and expiration date.  LEA will charge $2.50 for first book and $.50 for each additional book handling and also charge UPS charges. If you include this information, the order will be handled smoothly.


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Harvey, M.A. (1989). Psychotherapy with Deaf and Hard of Hearing Persons: A Systemic Model. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Earlbaum Associates, Publishers.


"This book is a significant contribution in the available literature regarding treatment of deaf and hard-of-hearing clients. It provides insights useful to clinicians, interpreters, educators, and others interested in people with hearing impairment."   Contemporary Psychology 

"This book is one of the few to understand the varying dynamics related to the ecology of deafness and provides important insights."   Hearing Rehabilitation Quarterly.

"Only rarely does someone from the deafness and hard-of-hearing field speak or write so impartially." Hilde Schlesinger, M.D. Founder of University of California Center on Deafness.

 

ISBN 0-8058-0204-5
Cloth edition only: $59.95/$34.50 when prepaid with credit card or check
To order a copy of Psychotherapy with Deaf and Hard -of -Hearing Persons: A Systemic Model, click on the link to Earlbaum Publishers below.  You will need to include the author names, title, ISBN and price as well as  shipping address, credit card number and expiration date.   LEA will charge $2.50 for first book and $.50 for each  additional book handling and also charge UPS charges. If you include this information, the order will be handled smoothly.


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