1st Edition

Psychopathology in the Workplace
Recognition and Adaptation





ISBN 9781138996915
Published August 1, 2016 by Routledge
380 Pages - 4 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This text provides students and professionals with the knowledge they need to treat work-related psychopathology and contribute to this new and growing aspect of clinical practice.

Table of Contents

Preface. Part I. Overview
1. Introduction
Jay C. Thomas
2. Overview of Models of Psychopathology
Thomas A. Widiger
3. Stress, Working Conditions, and Worklife Events
Jay Thomas and Mandy Davies
4. Assessment of Psychopathology
Nadia E. Stellrecht, Thomas E. Joiner, Jr., Andrea B. Burns, Natalie Sachs-Ericsson and Jeremy W. Pettit

Part II. Categories of Dysfunction
5. Dual Diagnosis
Seth A. Brown and Melanie E. Bennett
6. Substance Abuse
Marilyn Strada and Brad Donohue
7. Anxiety
John P. Forsyth, Megan M. Kelly, Tiffany Fusé, and Maria Karekla
8. Acute and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
Elisa Bolton, Dana R. Holohan, Lynda A. King, and Daniel W. King
9. Depression
Terry Michael McClanahan and David Antonuccio
10. Personality Disorders
Thomas R. Lynch and Leslie E. Horton
11. Schizophrenia
Kim T. Mueser and Susan R. McGurk
12. Eating Disorders
Drew A. Anderson, Jennifer D. Lundgren, and Rachel G. Morier
13. Learning Disabilities and Attention Deficits in the Workplace
Benson Schaeffer
14. Traumatic Brain Injury
Charles J. Golden and Zarabeth L. Golden
15. Social Skill Deficits
Eileen Gambrill
16. Marital and Family Problems
Gary R. Birchler, William Fals-Stewart, and Kristen G. Anderson

Part III. Environmental and Managerial Interventions
17. Workplace Accommodations for Psychopathology
Leah Toney Podratz and Lois E. Tetrick
18. Motivating and Leading Dysfunctional Employees
Jon Frew
19. Violence at Work: Causes and Prevention
Gerald W. Lewis
20. Promoting Mental Health in the Workplace
Claire Stewart, Tony Ward, and Mayumi Purvis
21. Employee Assistance Program Strategies
Doug G. McClure

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Reviews

"People come to the work place with certain predispositions and how they are treated can make them better or worse and can even cause mental problems in those who did not previously have them. Thomas & Hersen's new edited book Psychopathology in the Workplace, identifies many types of psychological problems that managers and psychologists alike can benefit from learning about. Easy to understand and with a minimum of professional jargon, Psychopathology in the Workplace is an excellent introduction to the field of the clinical psychology of work. Managers and psychologists alike will find much that is of value here.
." -- Rodney L. Lowman, PhD, Author, Counseling and Psychotherapy of Work Dysfunctions and Editor, Handbook of Organizational Consulting Psychology Systemwide Dean & Professor, California School of Organizational Studies