From Science to Clinical Practice
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This authoritative text gives students and practicing psychotherapists a rich understanding of the connections between psychopathology research and clinical practice. Chapters thoroughly describe the etiology, DSM-5 classification, symptoms and clinical features, course, epidemiology, and associated comorbidities of prevalent psychological disorders. What sets this tightly edited volume apart are insightful discussions of how current empirical findings can inform assessment, case formulation, the therapeutic relationship, and intervention strategies (regardless of theoretical orientation). Each chapter is written collaboratively by leading psychopathology and psychotherapy researchers.
Table of Contents
2. Depression, Joelle LeMoult, Louis G. Castonguay, Jutta Joormann, and Andrew McAleavey
3. Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Michelle G. Newman, Paul F. Crits-Christoph, and Lauren E. Szkodny
4. Panic Disorder and Phobias, Bethany A. Teachman, Marvin R. Goldfried, and Elise M. Clerkin
5. Obsessive–Compulsive Disorder, Jonathan S. Abramowitz and Lynne Siqueland
6. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Richard A. Bryant and Terence M. Keane
7. Eating Disorders, Deborah R. Glasofer, Evelyn Attia, and Kathleen M. Pike
8. Substance Use Disorders, Robert O. Pihl and Sherry H. Stewart
9. Personality Disorders, Jeffrey J. Magnavita, Abigail D. Powers, Jacques P. Barber, and Thomas F. Oltmanns
10. Bipolar Disorder, Sheri L. Johnson, Allison J. Applebaum, and Michael W. Otto
11. The Positive Symptoms of Schizophrenia, Craig Steel and Til Wykes
12. The Negative Symptoms of Schizophrenia, Ann M. Kring and David A. Smith
13. Marital and Relational Discord, David A. Sbarra and Mark A. Whisman
14. Psychopathology Research and Clinical Interventions: Broad Conclusions and General Recommendations, Louis G. Castonguay and Thomas F. Oltmanns
Thomas F. Oltmanns, PhD, is the Edgar James Swift Professor of Psychology in Arts and Sciences and Professor of Psychiatry at Washington University in St. Louis, where he is also Director of Clinical Training in Psychology. A past president of the Society for Research in Psychopathology and the Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology, Dr. Oltmanns is a recipient of the Toy Caldwell-Colbert Award for Distinguished Educator in Clinical Psychology from the Society of Clinical Psychology, Division 12 of the APA. His current research focuses on the trajectory and impact of personality disorders in middle-aged and older adults. His publications include the textbook Abnormal Psychology (coauthored with Robert E. Emery)
"At last, a book that sets out to integrate the science and practice of clinical psychology and actually succeeds! Castonguay and Oltmanns have epitomized the integration of research and practice in their distinguished careers, and this compelling book demonstrates the value of doing so. It distills the essence of clinical psychology as a scientific enterprise."--Peter E. Nathan, PhD, The University of Iowa Foundation Professor of Psychology Emeritus, University of Iowa
"This is a bold and long overdue volume that belongs on the bookshelf of every graduate student, clinician, and researcher interested in the contemporary relation between clinical science and practice. Castonguay and Oltmanns have brought together a stellar group of contributors. A significant strength of this book is its breadth. It goes beyond simple DSM symptom-based descriptions of various forms of psychopathology to review basic research on 'non-symptom' characteristics of disorders--such as social and occupational functioning, emotion dysregulation, and the cultural context in which the aberrant behaviors occur--and to discuss implications for evidence-based prevention and treatment."--Ian H. Gotlib, PhD, David Starr Jordan Professor, Department of Psychology, Stanford University
"Castonguay and Oltmanns have assembled an all-star cast of contributing authors. The book is unique in its thoughtful integration--in each and every chapter--of research on etiology and treatment. The editors achieve their goal of combining breadth with insightful scholarship. This book is a valuable addition to the libraries of professionals, students, and researchers interested in any aspect of psychopathology."--Howard Berenbaum, PhD, Department of Psychology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
"An excellent text for any course on psychopathology, especially those focused on the integration of science and practice. The editors and contributing authors do a masterful job of describing recent advances in our understanding of the nature, course, epidemiology, etiology, and treatment of disorders. Chapters include cutting-edge discussions of biological, cognitive, emotional, interpersonal, and developmental factors, as well as overviews of revised classifications in DSM-5. There is something here for everyone, whether student or advanced practitioner."--Leslie S. Greenberg, PhD, Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus, Department of Psychology, York University, Canada
"I have used Psychopathology in my graduate-level psychopathology seminar for the past three years. The text provides a broad, evidence-based introduction to the subject that is appropriate for graduate students ready to begin independent research. The chapters are comprehensive, clear, and concise. I am confident that this text gives my students necessary background to understand the sophisticated original articles that we also read in the course."--David Cicero, PhD, Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Hawaii at Manoa