The following books are written by Brian Lennon and available as paperbacks and as Kindle ebooks from Amazon. (Note that residents of the European Union can obtain these books easily from Amazon.de (Germany) and this site can display in English.
“The Practice of Reality Therapy: Learning to Counsel with Choice Theory Psychology” is intended as a guide for those learning about Reality Therapy or those who wish to deepen their understanding. It contains many exercises and samples of counselling sessions. Over 400 pages.
“The Practice of Choice Theory Psychology: Specific Counselling Applications” moves the focus to a range of areas such as bullying, interpersonal conflict, paradoxical effort, school refusal, loss, responsibility. Over 400 pages.
A Choice Theory Psychology Guide to Anger: An approach to anger that recognises both the valid role it can play in human life and the unwelcome effects when anger becomes rage. The author is careful to acknowledge the very real causes of anger and prefers not to treat anger simply as a bad habit. Part of the Choice Theory in Action Series edited by Brian Lennon.
A Choice Theory Psychology Guide to Stress: Offers a fresh approach to stress and focuses on what you can do for yourself to manage this condition. The author views stress as a clear signal that things are not going well in a person’s life. Consequently the emphasis is on heeding the signal and investigating the possible causes of the stress, instead of simply addressing the symptoms. Part of the Choice Theory in Action Series edited by Brian Lennon.
Study by Choice: This Book will teach students the techniques that lead to efficient and effective study encouraging them to use ideas from the way we learn our first language, popular songs and even advertising jingles. The author explains his LAST system (Link, Absorb, Summarise, Test) for ensuring good learning and offers advice on a range of issues relating to how we study.
“L-Notes” is a book presenting a series of topics of special interest to guidance counsellors and teachers.