Therapy@JenniferEHarris.com
Jennifer E. Harris, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Individuals, Couples, and Families

Crisis
 
1.800.SUICIDE/1.800.784.2433
 
Crisis Clinic 206-461-3222 / 866.427.4747www.crisisclinic.org
 
24 hour crisis line 425-746-1940 or 1-800-827-8840
 
Veterans in Crisis www.VeteransCrisisLine.net      800-273-8255 and Press 1
 
Teen Peer Counseling   www.hopeline.com
 
Seattle Crisis Resource Directory  www.scn.org/crisis/counseling.html
 
Eastside Addiction Professionals  www.eastsideaddictionprofessionals.com

Domestic Abuse Women's Network  www.dawnonline.org  
 
Eastside Domestic Violencewww.edvp.org 
 
Parenting Resources

Books

How to be an Adult in Relationships, David Richo

Ourselves and Our Children,  Boston Women’s Health Book Collective; Random House

Children: The Challenge, Rudolf Dreikurs MD and Vicki Soltz.   0-452-26655-6

The Magic Years, Selma Fraiberg; Scribner’s.

Between Parent and Child, Haim Ginott; Avon.

Between Parent and Teenager, Haim Ginott; Avon.

PET in Action, Thoman Gordon; Wyden.

Positive Discipline, Jane Nelsen. [and the Positive Discipline (PD) line, like PD for Teenagers, PD for Preschoolers, et cetera.]

Siblings without Rivalry, A. Faber and E. Mazlish, 0-393-02441-5

Parenting for the Inside Out, Siegel and Hartzell, 1-58542-209-6

The Developing Mind, D. Siegel MD, 1-57230-453-7

Calming the Family Storm, G.D. McKay PhD and S.A. Maybell PhD, 1-886230-56-0

How to Talk so Kids Will Listen & Listen so Kids Can Talk, A. Faber and E. Mazlish; Rawson, Wade.

Raising Respectful Kids in a Rude World, McKay, McKay, Eckstein, and Maybell, 0-7615-2811-3

Raising Self-Reliant Children in a Self-Indulgent World, Glenn and Nelsen, 0-7615-1128-8

Community Agencies (therapy, classes, groups, community involvement)

Youth Eastside Services: Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond, www.youtheastsideservices.org, 425-747-4937

Family Services, Bellevue and throughout the Sound,  www.family-services.org, 425-453-7890

Online Resources:
 
http://www.childhaven.org/new/

http://www.familyworksinc.com/

http://www.myelectronicmd.com/step2.php

http://www.pbs.org/wholechild/abc/index.html

http://www.med.umich.edu/1libr/yourchild/topics.htm

www.activeparenting.com



Couple Resources

Books 

How to be an Adult in Relationships, David Richo

Love, Honor, and Negotiate, Betty Carter MSW and Joan K. Peters, 0-671-89624-5

The Fragile Bond, Augustus Napier, PhD, Harper Perennial, 1998, 0-06-091598-6

Partnering, Hal Stone PhD and Sidra Stone PhD, New World Library, 2000

The 7 Principles for Making a Marriage Work, John Gottman, PhD, 0-609-80579-7

Passionate Marriage, David Schnarch, PhD, Fitzhenry and Whiteside LTD, 1997

Reconcilable Differences, A. Christensen PhD and N.S. Jacobson Phd, 1-57230-261-5

Extraordinary Relationships: A new way of thinking about human interactions, Roberta Gilbert, 0-471-34690-X

The Hard Questions: 100 questions to ask before you say “I do,” Susan Piver, 1-58542-004-2

Websites

www.couples-place.com

www.passionatemarriage.com

www.learningplaceonline.com/relationships

www.gottman.com

Women and Girls’ Resources

Books

How to be an Adult in Relationships, David Richo

Fasting Girls: The history of anorexia nervosa, Joan J. Brumberg

Reviving Ophelia: Saving the selves of adolescent girls, Mary Pipher

The Complexities of Women, Kenney, Brot, Moe, and Dahl

How Long Does it Hurt?: A guide to recovering from incest and sexual abuse for teenagers, their friends, and their families, Mather and Debye  

Fighting Invisible Tigers, Hipp

Stick up for Yourself!, Kaufman, Raphael, and Espeland

When Grownups Drive you Crazy, Eda LeShan, 0-02-756340-5

All Grown Up and No Place to Go, Elkind

The Dance of Anger: A woman’s guide to changing the patterns of intimate relationships, Harriet Lerner, PhD, 
0-06-074104-X  [Please see other Harriet Lerner books, such as The Mother Dance and The Dance of Fear]

Do it Yourself Happiness, Lee Schnebly Med, 1-55561-012-9

Community Agencies (therapy, classes, groups, community involvement)

Youth Eastside Services: Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmondwww.youtheastsideservices.org, 425-747-4937

Family Services, Bellevue and throughout the Sound,  www.family-services.org, 425-453-7890

Websites

Power of Hope: Youth Empowerment http://www.powerofhope.org

Bridges for Kids http://www.bridges4kids.org

Men and Boys’ Resources

Books

How to be an Adult in Relationships, David Richo

I Don’t Want to Talk About It: Overcoming the secret legacy of male depression, Terrance Real, 0-684-83539-8

Do it Yourself Happiness, Lee Schnebly Med, 1-55561-012-9

How Long Does it Hurt?: A guide to recovering from incest and sexual abuse for teenagers, their friends, and their families, Mather and Debye  

Fighting Invisible Tigers, Hipp

Stick up for Yourself!, Kaufman, Raphael, and Espeland

When Grownups Drive you Crazy, Eda LeShan, 0-02-756340-5

All Grown Up and No Place to Go, Elkind

Real Boys, William Pollack

Community Agencies (therapy, classes, groups, community involvement)

Youth Eastside Services: Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmondwww.youtheastsideservices.org, 425-747-4937

Family Services, Bellevue and throughout the Soundwww.family-services.org, 425-453-7890

Adults

Books

How to be an Adult in Relationships, David Richo

I Don’t Want to Talk About It: Overcoming the secret legacy of male depression, Terrance Real, 0-684-83539-8

The Sociopath Next Door, Martha Stout, PhD, 0-7679-1582-8

Children of the Self-Absorbed: A grownup’s guide to getting over narcissistic parents, Nina W. Brown

An Adult Child’s Guide to What’s “Normal,” J. Friel and L. Friel, 1-55874-090-2

Waking the Tiger, Peter Levine

The Wizard of Oz and Other Narcissists: Coping with the one-way relationship in work, love, and family, Eleanor D. Payson, MSW, 0-9720728-3-7

If You Had Controlling Parents: How to make peace with your past and take your place in the world, Dan Neuharth, PhD, 0-06-092932-4

I’m Okay You’re My Parents: How to overcome guilt, let go of anger, and create a relationship that works, Dale Atkins, PhD, 0-8050-7353-1

The Dance of Anger: A woman’s guide to changing the patterns of intimate relationships, Harriet Lerner, PhD, 0-06-074104-X  [Please see other Harriet Lerner books, such as The Mother Dance and The Dance of Fear]

Do it Yourself Happiness, Lee Schnebly Med, 1-55561-012-9

Community Agencies (therapy, classes, groups, community involvement)

Family Services, Bellevue and throughout the Sound,www.family-services.org, 425-453-7890

Community Psychiatric Clinic, Bellevue and throughout the Soundwww.cpcwa.org, 425 454-3021

Referrals for Service
 
 
Leslie Johannes, Bellevue, 425-452-9767
 
Sarah Davison, Redmond, 425-442-2100
 
Karen Romine, Bellevue, 206-595-1302
 
American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy 
 
Washington Association of Marriage and Family Therapy 
 
Puget Sound Adlerian Society
 
Eastside Addiction Professionals
 
Psychology Today
 
Premera/Blue Cross
 
Positive Discipline Association  
www.posdis.org

Program for Early Parent Support (PEPS)
www.pepsgroup.org/about/contact.htm

Puget Sound Adlerian Society  (Parent Education)
www.psasadler.org
11711 SE 8th Street, Suite 315, Bellevue, WA 98005                             Phone 425-688-3943                                             Therapy@JenniferEHarris.com
Jennifer E. Harris, LMFT            11711 SE 8th Street, Suite 315            Bellevue, WA 98005