pain in dementia

stephen j. gibson


a high percentage of patients with dementia experience debilitating pain. untreated, it can result in mental and physical impairment; a higher frequency of neuropsychiatric symptoms such as agitation, depression, and sleep problems; and adverse events such as falls, hallucination, and even death. with the help of pain in dementia, you can learn new ways to give these patients a better quality of life! a multidisciplinary team of leading experts navigates the complex clinical challenges associated with pain among these patients. they identify the sources of pain, even in patients who have trouble communicating, and recommend the most effective pain treatment options. key features*diagnose pain using today's best methods, including self-report measures, observer ratings, psychophysical and behavioral pain analysis, and more.*avoid inappropriate use of pain medication through coverage of pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic management options, including exercise and physical therapy, psychological approaches, placebo analgesia, and palliative care.*understand the current knowledge gaps and join the search for better more

bipolar disorder in older age patients

susan w. lehmann


this book provides a comprehensive but practical understanding of the clinical approach to evaluating and caring for older people with bipolar disorder. aspects of aging that impact the diagnosis, clinical course, and management of bipolar disorder are explained; in particular, attention is drawn to the implications of comorbidities and medical complexity for the psychiatric care of older individuals with the disorder. on the other hand, similarities to treatment in younger patients are also identified. the coverage includes thorough review of current research in the field. clinical case vignettes are used throughout to highlight practical points, and each chapter includes "clinical pearls" that summarize key points for the clinician. the book closes by examining anticipated research directions and the future needs of this patient population. bipolar disorder in older age patients will be an ideal update for the practicing community or geriatric psychiatrist working with older patients with bipolar more

case studies stahls essential psychopharmacology volume 2 volume 2

stephen m. stahl


following the success of the first collection of stahl's case studies, published in 2011, we are pleased to present this completely new selection of clinical stories. designed with the distinctive user-friendly presentation readers have become accustomed to and making use of icons, questions/answers and tips, these cases address complex issues in an understandable way and with direct relevance to the everyday experience of clinicians. covering a wide-ranging and representative selection of clinical scenarios, each case is followed through the complete clinical encounter, from start to resolution, acknowledging all the complications, issues, decisions, twists and turns along the way. the book is about living through the treatments that work, the treatments that fail, and the mistakes made along the journey. this is psychiatry in real life – these are the patients from your waiting room – this book will reassure, inform and guide better clinical decision making. optional posttests with cme credit are available for a fee (waived for nei members). for more information, contact the neuroscience education more

adult personality growth in psychotherapy

mardi jon horowitz


this book will expand your therapeutic repertoire. once crises have been resolved, the clinician and patient explore what can change in order to increase the patient's capacities for balance, harmony and satisfaction. adult personality growth increases self-awareness, amplifies capacities for realistic social cognition and reduces avoidances. the outcome is the achievement of a wider range of safe emotional expression and mastery of previous traumas and losses. the three parts of this book are on identity, relationships and control of emotion. the chapters illustrate how observation, formulation and technique are linked in a continuing process of deepening understanding. vignettes give examples of what the therapist can say to help a patient, especially at difficult times in treatment. this is a cutting-edge work integrating elements from various schools of psychotherapy and studies of adult development. it links theories to pragmatic techniques and will appeal to both trainees and experienced more

stahls illustrated sleep and wake disorders

stephen m. stahl


stahl's illustrated sleep and wake disorders is a concise and highly illustrated guide to the environmental, neurobiological and genetic factors that influence sleep and wakefulness, with evidence-based guidance for the accurate diagnosis and optimal treatment of various sleep/wake disorders. all of the titles in the stahl's illustrated series are designed to be fun. concepts are illustrated by full-color images that will be familiar to all readers of stahl's essential psychopharmacology and the prescriber's guide. the visual learner will find that these books make psychopharmacology concepts easy to master, while the non-visual learner will enjoy a shortened text version of complex psychopharmacology concepts. within each book, each chapter builds on previous chapters, synthesizing information from basic biology and diagnostics to building treatment plans and dealing with complications and more

the self in understanding and treating psychological disorders

michael c. kyrios


this must-have reference is a unique exploration of how the individual notion of 'self' and related constructs, such as early schemas and attachment styles, impact on psychopathology, psychotherapy processes and treatment outcomes for psychological disorders across dsm-5, such as depression, bipolar and schizophrenia spectrum disorders, anxiety and trauma, eating disorders, obsessive-compulsive and related disorders, autism, personality disorders, gender identity disorder, dementia and somatic problems such as chronic fatigue syndrome. it discusses the role of the concept of self in a wide range of existing theoretical and treatment frameworks, and relates these to real-life clinical issues and treatment implications. emphasizing the importance of integrating an awareness of self constructs into evidence-based conceptual models, it offers alternative practical intervention techniques, suggesting a new way forward in advancing our understanding of psychological disorders and their more

psychotherapy for immigrant youth 2016

sita patel


this book provides an in-depth, practical, and cutting-edge summary of psychotherapy for immigrant children and adolescents. this text integrates practical therapeutic methods with current empirical knowledge on the unique life stressors and mental health concerns of immigrant youth, proving essential for all who seek to address the psychological needs of this vulnerable and under-served population. specific chapters are devoted to trauma, refugees and forced displacement, cognitive-behavioral therapy, psychopharmacological issues, school-based treatment, family. each chapter includes specific cultural concerns and treatment techniques for immigrant groups from various regions of the world. in-depth case examples illustrate case formulation, how and when to use specific techniques, challenges faced in the treatment of immigrant youth, and responses to common obstacles. with detailed theory and practice guidelines, psychotherapy for immigrant youth is a vital resource for psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, and other more

mindfulness based cognitive therapy 2016 innovative applications

stuart j. eisendrath


this book brings together a cutting-edge selection of the most current applications of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (mbct), giving clinicians as well as researchers a concise guide to current and future directions. each chapter begins with in illustrative case study to give readers an example of how mbct would be used in the clinical setting, followed by an overview of the condition, the theoretical rationale for using mbct, modifications of mbct for that disorder, evidence for mbct use. chapters also discuss practical considerations of mbct, including patient selection, home practice, group size, format, and facilitator training. written by some of the world's leading physicians using mbct, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy: innovative applications is of great value to psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and more

comprehensive guide to post traumatic stress disorders 2016

colin r. martin


this is an all-embracing reference that offers analyses and discussions of contemporary issues in the field of ptsd. the book brings together scientific material from leading experts in the field relating to a wide range of important current topics across disciplines. these include the early identification of ptsd and subsequent treatment, to social and behavioral studies, to biochemical, molecular and genetic research. with more than 125 chapters organized in 12 major sections, this is the most complete single resource on more

clinicians guide to adult adhd comorbidities 2017 case studies

joseph sadek


the diagnosis and management of adhd co-occurring with other disorders such as anxiety, depression and personality disorders remain major challenges for clinicians treating all age groups. this book guides clinicians through each step in the diagnosis and management of the comorbidities of adult adhd on the basis of essential case studies describing psychiatric disorders that frequently occur with adhd. each case includes a diagnosis section and management section and is accompanied by questions and answers concerning the most important aspects in diagnosing and managing both adhd and the comorbid disorders. drawn from actual clinical encounters, the case studies also feature ample current and valid more

an experiential approach to psychopathology 2016 what is it like to suffer from mental disorders

giovanni stanghellini


this book introduces the reader to a clear and consistent method for in-depth exploration of subjective psychopathological experiences with the aim of helping to restore the ability within psychiatry and clinical psychology to draw qualitative distinctions between mental symptoms that are only apparently similar, thereby promoting a more precise characterization of experiential phenotypes. a wide range of mental disorders are considered in the book, each portrayed by a distinguished clinician. each chapter begins with the description of a paradigmatic case study in order to introduce the reader directly to the patient's lived world. the first-person perspective of the patient is the principal focus of attention. the essential, defining features of each psychopathological phenomenon and the meaning that the patient attaches to it are carefully analyzed in order to "make sense" of the patient's apparently nonsensical experiences. in the second part of each chapter, the case study is discussed within the context of relevant literature and a detailed picture of the state of the art concerning the psychopathological understanding of the phenomenon at issue is provided.
an experiential approach to psychopathology, and the method it proposes, may be considered the result of convergence of classic phenomenological psychopathological concepts and updated clinical insights into patients' lived experiences. it endorses three key principles: subjective phenomena are the quintessential feature of mental disorders; their qualitative study is mandatory; phenomenology has developed a rigorous method to grasp "what it is like" to be a person experiencing psychopathological phenomena. while the book is highly relevant for expert clinical phenomenologists, it is written in a way that will be readily understandable for trainees and young more

treatment of generalized anxiety disorder therapist guides and patient manual

gavin andrews


generalized anxiety disorder (gad) is characterised by excessive anxiety and worry about everyday concerns such as work, family, relationships, finances, health, and safety. the worry is difficult to control; it lasts months and years rather than hours or days, and is accompanied by a variety of additional symptoms including restlessness, irritability, fatigue, muscle tension, and difficulties concentrating and sleeping. the worry and anxiety in gad is distressing and disabling. people who worry in a maladaptive way benefit from good, proactive treatment, and that is the focus of this book. it begins by tracing the history of gad. it then looks at the effectiveness of pharmacological and psychological treatments and favours the latter. in chapter 4, contemporary models of gad are listed and new developments in cognitive behaviour therapy (cbt) are explored. this chapter may be particularly applicable to the difficult-to-get-better patient. a clinician's guide to treatment is then presented which covers assessment, formulation, and the beneficial and problematic steps in cbt.
finally there is a patients' treatment manual that can be used as a curriculum for individual or group therapy, or it can be copied and provided to patients to work though on their own. 'treatment of generalized anxiety disorder' is a short, accessible, and practical guide for any therapist who has to deal with this debilitating more

mentalization based treatment for personality disorders a practical guide

anthony bateman


mentalizing – the ability to understand oneself and others by inferring mental states that lie behind overt behaviour – develops within the context of attachment relationships. it is crucial to self-regulation and constructive, intimate relationships, both of which are impaired in personality disorders because of sensitivity to losing mentalizing at times of anxiety and attachment stress. loss of mentalizing leads to interpersonal and social problems, emotional variability, impulsivity, self-destructive behaviours, and violence. this practical guide on mentalization-based treatment (mbt) of personality disorders outlines the mentalizing model of borderline and antisocial personality disorders and how it translates into clinical treatment.
the book, divided into four parts – the mentalizing framework, basic mentalizing practice, mentalizing and groups, and mentalizing systems – covers the aims and structure of treatment, outlines how patients are introduced to the mentalizing model so that their personality disorder makes sense to them, explains why certain interventions are recommended and others are discouraged, and systematically describes the process of treatment in both group and individual therapy to support more stable mentalizing. people with personality disorders commonly have comorbid mental health problems, such as depression and eating disorders, which complicate clinical treatment. therefore, the book advises the clinician on how to manage comorbidity in treatment. in addition, mentalizing problems in families and social systems, for example, schools and mental health services are also covered. a families and carers training and support guide is provided as families and others are often neglected during the treatment of people with personality disorder. the book is a valuable guide for all mental health workers on how to effectively treat personality more

the healing virtues character ethics in psychotherapy

associate professor of philosophy duff waring


the healing virtues explores the intersection of psychotherapy and virtue ethics – with an emphasis on the patient's role within a healing process. it considers how the common ground between the therapeutic process and the cultivation of virtues can inform the efforts of both therapist and patient. the ethics of psychotherapy revolve partly around what therapists should or should not do as well as the sort of person that therapists should be: e.g., empathic, prudent, compassionate, respectful, and trustworthy. contemporary practitioners have argued for therapist virtues that are relevant to assisting the patient's efforts in a healing process. but the ethics of a therapeutic dialogue can also revolve around the sort of person the patient should be. within this book, duff r. waring argues that there is a case for patient virtues that are relevant to dealing with the problems in living that arise in psychotherapy, e.g., honesty, courage, humility, perseverance. the central idea is that treatment may need to build virtues while it ameliorates problems. hence, the patient's work in psychotherapy can both challenge character strengths and result in their further development.
the book is unique in bringing the topic of virtue ethics to the psychotherapeutic encounter, and will be of interest to psychotherapists, philosophers, and more

coercion in community mental health care international perspectives

jorun rugkasa


the use of coercion is one of the defining issues of mental health care. since the earliest attempts to contain and treat the mentally ill, power imbalances have been evident and a cause of controversy. there has always been a delicate balance between respecting autonomy and ensuring that those who most need treatment and support are provided with it. coercion in community mental health care: international perspectives is an essential guide to the current coercive practices worldwide, both those founded in law and those 'informal' processes whose coerciveness remains contested. it does so from a variety of perspectives, drawing on diverse disciplines such as history, law, sociology, anthropology and medicine to provide a comprehensive summary of the current debates in the field. edited by leading researchers in the field, coercion in community mental health care: international perspectives provides a unique discussion of this prominent issue in mental health.
divided into five sections covering origins and extent, evidence, experiences, context and international perspectives this is ideal for mental health practitioners, social scientists, ethicists and legal professionals wishing to expand their knowledge of the subject more

primer on autism spectrum disorder

christopher j mcdougle


the primer on autism spectrum disorder provides a quick yet comprehensive overview of clinically-relevant topics related to autism spectrum disorder (asd) for the medical or mental health student, trainee, or recent graduate who seeks efficient learning. chapters are designed to give an overview of a topic area in real time while on a rotation; while studying for professional board examinations in primary care, pediatrics, neurology or psychiatry; or even during preparation for a presentation or discussion scheduled to occur the next day. the sections include background and diagnostic assessment, etiology, treatment, and other care delivery services and perspectives, with each chapter written by an internationally recognized expert in the field. the chapters on diagnosis and treatment are written from a practical "how to" perspective. those on etiology are written with the clinician in mind. these clinically-focused chapters include one or more vignettes that present simulated patient cases designed to highlight teaching points related to each chapter's content area.
the book ends with a chapter written by family members of individuals with asd and another written by an adult with asd that illustrate the human impact these disorders have on day-to-day lives, hopes, and dreams. at the end of each chapter, "key points" for summarizing the intended take home messages of each author/authors are more

clinical assessment and diagnosis in social work practice

jacqueline corcoran


in clinical assessment and diagnosis in social work practice, seasoned practitioner-scholars jacqueline corcoran and joseph walsh provide an in-depth exploration of fourteen major mental disorders that social workers commonly see in practice, including anxiety disorders, depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia. they skillfully integrate several perspectives in order to help practitioners meet the challenges they will face in client assessment, and present a risk and resilience framework that helps social workers understand environmental influences on the emergence of mental disorders and the strengths that clients already possess. the authors also catalog the latest evidence-based assessment instruments and treatments for each disorder so that social workers can intervene efficiently and effectively, using the best resources available. students and practitioners alike will appreciate the wealth of case examples, evidence-based assessment instruments, treatment plans, and new social diversity sections that make this an essential guide to the assessment and diagnostic processes in social work more

attention deficit hyperactivity disorder adult outcome and its predictors

lily hechtman


the book provides a comprehensive summary of the best known and most highly respected well-controlled long-term prospective follow-up studies in adhd. these studies followed children with adhd and matched controls into young adulthood (mean age 20-25 years) and middle-age (mean age 41 years). they explore a wide variety of outcome areas, e.g. education, occupation, emotional and psychiatric functioning, substance use and abuse, sexual behavior, as well as legal problems. one chapter focuses particularly on the outcome of girls with adhd. outcome areas explored are thus comprehensive and clinically very relevant. the book also explores the possible predictors of adult outcome. a whole chapter is devoted to treatment (medication and psychosocial) as a predictor of outcome. in addition to treatment, predictors explored include characteristics of the child (e.g., iq, severity of initial adhd symptoms, initial comorbidity characteristics of the family, e.g., socioeconomic status, single parenthood, parental pathology, and family functioning. in a summary chapter, the impact and importance of these various predictors in different outcome areas, e.g. education, occupation, emotional/social functioning, antisocial behavior, substance use and abuse and risky sexual and driving behaviors are explored.
in summary, the book provides a comprehensive view of the prognosis, e.g., long-term outcome of adhd and key factors which can influence this outcome. professionals and the general public will thus get a clear view of what can happen to children with adhd as they proceed through adolescence and adulthood and address important prognostic and predictive factors in their treatment approaches to ensure better long-term outcome in patients with more

the principles and practice of narrative medicine

rita charon


narrative medicine is a fresh discipline of health care that helps patients and health professionals to tell and listen to the complex and unique stories of illness. the principles and practice of narrative medicine expresses the collective experience and discoveries of the originators of the field. arising at columbia university in 2000 from roots in the humanities and patient-centered care, narrative medicine draws patients, doctors, nurses, therapists, and health activists together to re-imagine a health care based on trust and trustworthiness, humility, and mutual recognition. over a decade of education and research has crystallized the goals and methods of narrative medicine, leading to increasingly powerful means to improve the care that patients receive. the methods described in this book harness creativity and insight to help the professionals in being with patients, not just to diagnose and treat them but to bear witness to what they undergo.
narrative medicine training in literary theory, philosophy, narrative ethics, and the creative arts increases clinicians' capacity to perceive the turmoil and suffering borne by patients and to help them to cohere or endure the chaos of illness. narrative medicine has achieved an international reputation and reach. many health care settings adopt methods of narrative medicine in teaching and practice. through the master of science in narrative medicine graduate program and health professions school curricula at columbia university, more and more clinicians and scholars have obtained the rigorous training necessary to practice and teach narrative medicine. this text is offered to all who seek the opportunity for disciplined training in narrative medicine. by clearly articulating our principles and practice, this book provides the standards of the field for those who want to join us in seeking authenticity, recognition, affiliation, and justice in a narrative health more

interpersonal psychotherapy for posttraumatic stress disorder

john c. markowitz


posttraumatic stress disorder (ptsd) is a prevalent, debilitating public health problem. cognitive behavioral therapies (cbts), and specifically exposure-based therapy, have long dominated ptsd treatment. empirically supported treatments-prolonged exposure (pe), cognitive processing therapy, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (emdr), and virtual reality therapy-all have relied upon the "fear extinction model" of exposing patients to reminders of their trauma until they grow accustomed to and extinguish the fear. while exposure-based treatments work, they (like all treatments) have their limits. many patients refuse to undergo them or drop out of treatment prematurely; others may actually worsen in such treatment; and still others simply do not benefit from them. interpersonal psychotherapy for posttraumatic stress disorder describes a novel approach that has the potential to transform the psychological treatment of ptsd. drawing on exciting new clinical research findings, this book provides a new, less threatening treatment option for the many patients and therapists who find exposure-based treatments grueling.
interpersonal psychotherapy (ipt) for ptsd was tested in a randomized controlled trial that compared three psychotherapies. dr. markowitz and his group found that ipt was essentially just as effective as exposure-based prolonged exposure. ipt had higher response rates and lower dropout rates than did pe, particularly for patients who were also suffering from major depression. these novel findings suggest that patients need not undergo exposure to recover from ptsd. interpersonal psychotherapy for posttraumatic stress disorder describes an exciting alternative therapy for ptsd, details the results of the study, and provides an ipt treatment manual for more

complementary and alternative medicine for ptsd

david m. benedek


the number of individuals diagnosed with posttraumatic stress disorder has increased in the past decade, not only in the military and veteran population but within the civilian population as well. traditional treatments such as pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy have provided less-than-ideal results proving to be less effective when used alone to treat the disorder. complementary and alternative medicine for ptsd supplements these traditional treatments, using new and effective techniques to fill the therapeutic void. the alternative therapies covered include acceptance and commitment therapy, acupuncture, alternative pharmacology, canine assistive therapy, family focused interventions, internet and computer-based therapy, meditation techniques, mobile applications, recreational therapy, resilience training, transracial magnetic stimulation, virtual reality exposure therapy, and yoga. each chapter delivers the most up-to-date understanding of neurobiology, best practices, and key points for clinicians and patients considering inclusion of these treatments in patient care.
col david benedek and ltc gary wynn offer insight into the future of complementary and alternative medicine, shining a light onto how these techniques fit into clinical practice to create the most beneficial treatments for the patient. this book is both an essential resource and practical guide to everyday clinical interactions. it is a necessary addition to the medical library for students and senior clinicians more

basic notes in psychopharmacology

michael i. levi


now in its fourth edition, "basic notes in psychopharmacology" is a concise summary, in the form of notes, which gives the reader a quick and easy-to-use overview of the subject. this greatly expanded volume now covers all the major classes of drugs, and for each individual drug the principle mode of action, indications and adverse effects are provided. in addition, it now includes 35 peer-reviewed clinical vignettes, focussing on psychopharmacological treatments which play a major part in management. as a short and practical guide, it will be invaluable for junior hospital psychiatrists, general practitioners and medical students. others, including psychiatric nurses, psychiatric social workers, psychiatric occupational therapists and clinical psychologists, will also find it extremely more

an advanced lifespan odyssey for counseling professionals

bradley t. erford


written specifically for counselors-in-training, this practical new text features an engaging writing style with real-life cases and applications. an advanced lifespan odyssey for counseling professionals, 1st edition, covers the typical lifespan topics, but with a focus on developmental issues you'll encounter as a counseling professional — and the strategies and techniques to deal with them. case studies and discussions of current issues anchor the material in the real world. reflections from parents and current counselors further enhance the text's applied emphasis, giving you ideas for how to integrate the theories and other information into real-life practice. this is a book you'll want to keep on hand long after you leave the more

a brief orientation to counseling professional identity history and standards

edward s. neukrug


a brief orientation to counseling provides the unique knowledge and skills you need as you begin your journey toward building an identity as a professional counselor. neukrug clearly and concisely addresses 13 critical areas related to professional orientation and ethical practice that will form the foundation for your success in practice. along the way, he provides real-world advice, vignettes to reflect upon, experiential activities, and case studies that will help you prepare for a career in the helping more

casebook in abnormal psychology

timothy brown


using cases from the authors' files or from case files of other working clinicians, casebook in abnormal psychology portrays the rich and arresting nature of disorders manifested in real people. cases illustrate every major dsm-5 category, followed by a therapy outcome section that tells the "rest of the story" of what happened to these clients. using an integrative approach, the authors emphasize the multiple causes of disorders and incorporate developmental and cultural issues in each case. complex cases are presented without a diagnosis, so students can come up with a diagnosis on their own. this fifth edition has been fully updated to present the advances in scientific knowledge and revisions to the definitions of psychological disorders found in the latest edition of the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (dsm-5).show more

culture and psychology

david matsumoto; linda juang
>culture and psychology, 6th edition illustrates how and why culture influences mental processes and behaviors in humans, and is relevant for anyone interacting with people from different cultures. incorporating current research that highlights the relationship between culture and psychology, the authors use a cross-cultural framework that gives students the tools necessary for evaluating many psychological processes and principles from a cultural perspective. in addition, the text encourages students to question traditionally held beliefs and theories and their relevance to different cultural groups today, and to apply what they learn to their own lives.

ecg essentials of electrocardiography

cathy dubeansky soto


ecg: essentials of electrocardiography is designed to help you understand the fundamental knowledge and skills necessary to successfully perform an ecg. its concise yet comprehensive coverage includes instruction on the anatomy of the heart, electrophysiology of the heart, and ecg basics. to prepare you for completing ecgs in the field, this student-friendly text presents a combination of introductory cardiovascular anatomy, relationships of other body systems to heart health, need-to-know legal and ethical considerations, patient assessment techniques, instructions on how to complete and document ecgs, and basic interpretation of the ecg tracing. "call-outs" point out material you should memorize, while "quick checks" help you test your comprehension as your progress through the text. in addition, thorough coverage of objectives you must master to qualify to sit for the national healthcareer association's (nha) ekg technician certification exam are included more

fundamental statistics for the behavioral sciences

david howell


fundamental statistics for the behavioral sciences focuses on providing the context of statistics in behavioral research, while emphasizing the importance of looking at data before jumping into a test. this practical approach provides students with an understanding of the logic behind the statistics, so they understand why and how certain methods are used — rather than simply carry out techniques by rote. students move beyond number crunching to discover the meaning of statistical results and appreciate how the statistical test to be employed relates to the research questions posed by an experiment. written in an informal style, the text includes an abundance of real data and research studies that provide a real-life perspective and help students learn and understand concepts. in alignment with current trends in statistics in the behavioral sciences, the text emphasizes effect sizes and meta-analysis, and integrates frequent demonstrations of computer analyses through spss and more

essentials of understanding abnormal behavior

derald wing sue


this brief text offers a balanced, clear introduction to abnormal psychology and features the same sociocultural focus, multicultural emphasis, topical coverage, and engaging style of its parent text in a condensed, reader-friendly format. fully updated to reflect the dsm-5, this edition continues to feature the multipath model of mental disorders, which visually and conceptually examines possible causes of the variety of mental disorders discussed in the text. throughout the book, a focus on resilience highlights prevention and recovery from the symptoms of mental illness. the authors present material in a lively and engaging manner, incorporating a wealth of visuals and connecting topics to real-world case studies, current events, and issues of particular importance and relevance to today's college more

interpersonal process in therapy an integrative model

edward teyber; faith holmes mcclure
>interpersonal process in therapy: an integrative model, 7th edition strongly focuses on the therapist-client relationship, offering students practical guidelines for how to understand and intervene with clients from the initial intake through termination. compelling to read and discuss — and immediately helpful with clients — the text brings together core clinical concepts and research as well as the interpersonal/relational elements from various theoretical approaches, and clearly explains how to use the therapeutic relationship to effect change. the authors help alleviate beginning therapists’ concerns about making “mistakes,” teach therapists how to work with their own countertransference issues, and empower new therapists to be themselves in their counseling relationships. featuring new case examples, updated references and research, and extended clinical vignettes, the seventh edition of this clinically authentic text brings the reader “in the room” with the therapist.