The following works are still in circulation but some are rather ancient. One, however, Rats and Stats, is rather recent and used at the graduate level in research classes
This book is a quantitative evaluation of the largest incest treatment facility in the United States. It considers whether it is possible to rehabilitate the familial dysfunction through long term therapy where incest has occurred, published by Charles C. Thomas Publishers 1979.
Rats and Stats is a user-friendly, fun-filled guide to research methods. Topics covered include types of research, experimental design, cookbook statistics, correlational research, preparation of research articles, writing proposals, etc. This is a text written for my graduate classes at Santa Clara University. Available in paperback only.
An ancient overview of the field of counseling
psychology, still available at Amazon.com