Promoting improved services for troubled youth

since 1982

Library Contents

Library contents include:

Goldstein Memorial Library

Arnold P. Goldstein (1933-2002)

"Your shoe still leaves deep footprints, footprints that say by your death the world has had less love, less laughter, bridges unbuilt, hurts unsoothed, less joy, less humanity. Such loss is our lesson and your legacy."​

- Author Arnold P. Goldstiein
The Shoes of Maidanek, 1992

The Institute is home to the Arnold P. Goldstein Memorial Library featuring more than 3,500 specialty titles from the personal collection of the internationally recognized expert on non-violent conflict resolution and author of more than 50 books including the Skillstreaming series. The library is open to the public for research and meetings.

Personal Collection Donations
Sheldon Braaten
Featuring a variety of psychology and special education materials from 1960s to the present including Vol. 1, No. 1 to date of Journal of Applied Behavioral Analysis
Arnold Goldstein
Featuring all of the Goldstein-authored books and books that led to the development of the Skillstreaming series
John Johnson
Featuring historical documents including original court documents from Peter Mills, et al v. Board of Education of the District of Columbia, et al. (1971)
Michael Wilson
Variety of mental health titles
James Ysseldyke
Featuring LD assessment materials
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