First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Part I. An Introduction to Chaotic Systems. An Introduction to Chaos and Nonlinear Dynamics. Chaos and the Clinician. Part II. Chaos Theory and Clinical Orientations. Chaos Theory and Psychoanalysis. Chaos, Energy and Analytical Psychology. Cognitive Theory and Chaotic Processes. Systems, Theory, and Chaos Dynamics. Humanistic/Existential Perspectives and Chaos. Part III. Chaos Theory Application in Clinical Research and Practice. Dynamics of Substance Abuse: Implications of Chaos Theory for Clinical Research Implications of Chaos Theory for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse. Dynamical Family Systems and Therapeutic Intervention. The Lost World of Psychopharmacology: A Return to Psychology's Jurassic Park. Creative Consciousness Process. Chaos, Complexity and Psychophysiology. Organizational Chaos. Part IV. Special Clinical Issues and Chaos Theory. Chaos and Cross-Culturalism. Non-linear Research Methodology. Chaos Theory and the Future of Psychotherapy; Conclusions and Questions. Author Index and Subject Index