2nd Edition

The Handbook of Clinical Adult Psychology



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ISBN 9780415072168
Published July 28, 1994 by Routledge
840 Pages

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Book Description

The Handbook of Clinical Adult Psychology offers the most comprehensive, authoritative and practical guide for clinical psychologists in practice and in training. Building upon the reputation of the first edition this completely revised and updated edition will rapidly establish itself as the only textbook that clinical psychologists need or want.

Table of Contents

S.J.E. Lindsay, University of London; G.E. Powell, University of Surrey; P. de Silva, University of London; V. Rippere, University of London; B. Bradley, University of Cambridge; S.H. Spence, University of Brisbane; I.S. Bennun, University of Exeter; D.R. Hemsley, University of London; A.J. Chalkley, Bath Mental Health Care Trust, Bath; M. Gossop, Bethlem Royal and Maudsley Hospitals; R.T. Woods, University College London, University of London; A. Lavender, South-East Thames Regional Health Authority F.N. Watts, Medical Research Council Applied Psychology Unit Cambridge; R. Edelmann, University of Surrey; J. Wardle University of London; C. Bundy, University College North Wales; M. Jahanshahi, University of London; S. Pearce, University College London, University of London; P.H. Richardson, G.E. Powell, B. Wilson, Medical Research Council Applied Psychology Unit, Cambridge; K. Howells, L.R.C. Haward, S. Morley, University of Leeds; B. Everitt, University of London; A. Canavan, Institut an der Heinrich-Heine-Universitat, Dusseldorf; J.Mays, University College London, University of London; G. Gudjonsson, University of London; C. Dooley, Long Grove Hospital, Epsom
Areas Covered: Obsessions and Compulsions, Depression, Fears and Anxiety, Sexual Dysfunction, Social Behaviour in Adults, Marital Dysfunction, Schizophenia, Problems related to Sexual Variation, Major Addictions, Problems in the Elderly, Rehabilitation, Disorders of Eating and Weight, Cardiovascular and Respiratory Disorders, Disorders of Sleep, Chronic Pain, Neurological Problems, Forensic Problems, Methodology for Investigation, Professional Issues

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Reviews of first edition

`This book has earned its place on the shelves of behavior therapists.' - Journal of Behavioural Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry

`This book is a splendid achievement ... Its comprehensiveness, practical guidance and level of scholarship (a rare combination of attributes) will make it essential reading for most postgraduate clinical psychology trainees. It will also serve as a most valuable resource for qualified clinical psychologists and for those teaching specialist, first degree courses in abnormal psychology.' - Clinical Psychology Forum

`Most clinical psychologists would want to have it constantly at hand. If you are confronted with a client and the presenting problem is not one you know much about then this book will almost certainly tell you how to assess the problem and also what psychological treatments have been successful.' - Lancet

`A very valuable work which should be bought by all departments of clinical psychology and psychiatry.' - Behavioural Psychotherapy

`An excellent starting point for those wishing to familiarise themselves quickly with a particular apect of behavioural work. It would also be an invaluable reference book for more experienced practitioners and for those in training.' - British Medical Journal

Reviews of the second edition:

`For experienced practitioners it will be reassuring. For clinical trainees and assistant psychologists it will be invaluable as a source of genuinely expert knowledge.' - Behaviour Research and Therapy