Much of the available information relevant to mental health clinicians is buried in large and disjointed academic textbooks and expensive and obscure scientific journals. Consequently, it can be challenging for the clinician and student to access the most useful information related to practice. Clinical Topics in Psychology and Psychiatry includes authored and edited books that identify and distill the most relevant information for practitioners and presents the material in an easily accessible format that appeals to the psychology and psychiatry student, intern or resident, early career psychologist or psychiatrist, and the busy clinician.
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Socratic Questioning for Therapists and Counselors Learn How to Think and Intervene Like a Cognitive Behavior Therapist
Neurodevelopmental Disorders in Children and Adolescents A Guide to Evaluation and Treatment
Integrating Psychological and Pharmacological Treatments for Addictive Disorders An Evidence-Based Guide
Treating Disruptive Disorders A Guide to Psychological, Pharmacological, and Combined Therapies
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Preventing Suicide Attempts A Guide to Brief Treatments Across Clinical Settings
By Greg M. Reger
October 13, 2020
Technology and Mental Health provides mental health clinicians with expert, practical, clinical advice on the questions and considerations associated with the adoption of mental health technology tools in the computer age. Increasingly, clinicians want to use technology to provide clients support ...
By Scott H. Waltman, R. Trent Codd, III, Lynn M. McFarr, Bret A. Moore
September 09, 2020
This book presents a framework for the use of Socratic strategies in psychotherapy and counseling. The framework has been fine-tuned in multiple large-scale cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) training initiatives and is presented and demonstrated with applied case examples. The text is rich with ...
By Andrea Kohn Maikovich-Fong
May 29, 2019
Handbook of Psychosocial Interventions for Chronic Pain provides a cutting-edge and comprehensive review of interventions for chronic pain grounded in biopsychosocial frameworks. Each chapter gives readers the opportunity to solidify their knowledge of major approaches to chronic pain in an ...
By Amy Wenzel
February 22, 2019
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Beginners lays out an experiential learning program replete with exercises to guide new clinicians, as well as more experienced therapists re-specializing in CBT, through the process of systematically implementing successful CBT interventions both for themselves and...
By Christopher J. Nicholls
March 27, 2018
Neurodevelopmental Disorders in Children and Adolescents provides an innovative perspective on developmental disorders in youth, one focused on embracing and working with the "messiness" and many variables at play in child and adolescent development. The volume’s approach is aligned with the NIMH ...
By James MacKillop, George A. Kenna, Lorenzo Leggio, Lara A. Ray
July 06, 2017
Integrating Psychological and Pharmacological Treatments for Addictive Disorders distills the complex literature on addiction, offering a curated toolbox of integrated pharmacological and psychotherapeutic treatments in chapters authored by leading experts. Introductory chapters on the epidemiology...
By Thomas L. Schwartz
July 06, 2017
Practical Psychopharmacology takes the novel approach of writing at three different levels—beginning, intermediate, and advanced—to give the practicing psychopharmacologist a tailored experience. Each chapter focuses on a specific DSM-5 disorder and outlines abbreviated treatment guidelines to help...
By Kathleen A. Kendall-Tackett, Lesia M. Ruglass
March 23, 2017
Women’s Mental Health Across the Lifespan examines women’s mental health from a developmental perspective, looking at key stressors and strengths from adolescence to old age. Chapters focus in detail on specific stressors and challenges that can impact women’s mental health, such as trauma, ...
By George M. Kapalka
March 04, 2015
Treating Disruptive Disorders is a practical book for busy clinicians—psychiatrists, psychologists, mental health counselors, clinical social workers, and more—as well as students, interns, or residents in the mental health professions. It distills the most important information about combined as ...
By Craig J. Bryan
February 17, 2015
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Preventing Suicide Attempts consolidates the accumulated knowledge and efforts of leading suicide researchers, and describes how a common, cognitive behavioral model of suicide has resulted in 50% or greater reductions in suicide attempts across clinical settings. ...
By Irismar Reis de Oliveira
October 17, 2014
Trial-Based Cognitive Therapy presents a model that, although still inherently Beckian, organizes known cognitive and behavioral techniques in a step-by-step fashion in order to make cognitive therapy easier for the new therapist to learn, easier for patients to understand, and simpler to implement...
By Irismar Reis de Oliveira, Thomas Schwartz, Stephen M. Stahl
December 19, 2013
Integrating Psychotherapy and Psychopharmacology: A Handbook for Clinicians is a practical guide for the growing number of mental-health practitioners searching for information on treatments that combine psychopharmacology, psychotherapy, and psychosocial rehabilitation. Research shows that ...