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The Millon Inventories
A Practitioner's Guide to Personalized Clinical Assessment



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ISBN 9781593856748
Published May 28, 2008 by Guilford Press
732 Pages

 
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Book Description

Now in a substantially revised and expanded second edition, this important work thoroughly details the full range of clinical assessment tools developed by Theodore Millon and his associates. Presented is the most current, authoritative overview of the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory (MCMI), as well as comprehensive information on widely used instruments for such specific populations as adolescents, preadolescents, medical patients, and college students. With a heightened focus on clinical practice, the second edition offers explicit guidance for linking assessment to individualized, evidence-based treatment planning and intervention. Many of the chapters are entirely new, reflecting significant research advances and the development of new inventories.

Table of Contents

I. Introduction

1. The Rationale for Personalized Assessment in Clinical Practice, Caryl Bloom and Theodore Millon

2. Relating Personalized Assessment to Personalized Psychotherapy, Theodore Millon, Alyssa Boice, and Katherine Sinsabaugh

II. A Guide to the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory (MCMI)

3. Scientific Grounding and Validation of the MCMI, Theodore Millon and Carrie M. Millon

4. Guidelines for the Contemporary Interpretation of the MCMI-III, Edward D. Rossini and James P. Choca

5. A Brief Illustrative MCMI Case Study, Caryl Bloom and Theodore Millon

6. The MCMI-III and MACI Grossman Facet Scales, Seth D. Grossman

7. Clinical Integration of the MCMI and the Rorschach Comprehensive System, Darwin Dorr

8. Studies Relating the MCMI and the MMPI, Michael H. Antoni

9. Using the Millon Inventories in Forensic Psychology, Frank J. Dyer

10. Using the MCMI in Correctional Settings, John W. Stoner

11. Using the MCMI-III in Neuropsychological Evaluations, Sally L. Kolitz Russell and Elbert W. Russell

12. MCMI Applications in Alcohol and Drug Dependence, Robert C. McMahon and Stephanie E, Diamond

13. Personological Assessment and Treatment of Older Adults, Lee Hyer, Victor Molinari, Whitney L. Mills, and Catherine Yeager

14. Using the MCMI in General Treatment Planning, Jeffrey J. Magnavita

15. Using the MCMI in Treating Couples, A.Rodney Nurse and Mark Stanton

16. The Adaptation of the MCMI-III in Two Non-English Speaking Countries: State of the Art of the Dutch Language Version, Gina M. P. Rossi, Hedwig V. Sloore, and Jan J. L. Derksen

17. Experiences in Translating and Validating the MCMI in Denmark, Erik Simonsen and Ask Elkit

18. On the Dimensional Theory, Empirical Support, and Structural Character of the MCMI-III, Stephen Strack and Theodore Millon

III. A Guide to Associated Millon Clinical Inventories

19. Using the Millon Behavioral Medicine Diagnostic (MBMD), Michael H. Antoni, Carrie M. Millon, and Theodore Millon

20. Using the Millon Adolescent Clinical Inventory (MACI) and Its Facet Subscales, Joseph T. McCann

21. A Brief Illustrative MACI Case Study, Caryl Bloom

22. Development and Validation of the Millon Pre-Adolescent Clinical Inventory (M-PACI), John Kamp and Robert F. Tringone

23. Using the Millon College Counseling Inventory (MCCI) in Student Services, Stephen Strack

24. Using the Millon–Grossman Personality Domains Checklist (MG-PDC) To Integrate Diverse Clinical Data, Seth D. Grossman, Robert F. Tringone, and Theodore Millon

IV. A Guide to Associated Millon Personality Inventories

25. Using the Personality Adjective Check List (PACL) to Gauge Normal Personality Styles, Stephen Strack

26. The Millon Index of Personality Styles Revised (MIPS Revised): Assessing the Dimensions of Normal Personality, Lawrence G. Weiss

27. A Brief MIPS Revised Case Study, Caryl Bloom

V. Epilogue

28. Future of the Millon Inventories and Their Scientific Base, Theodore Millon and Caryl Bloom

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Biography

Theodore Millon, PhD, DSc, until his death in 2014, was Dean and Scientific Director of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Personology and Psychopathology. He was Founding Editor of the Journal of Personality Disorders and inaugural president of the International Society for the Study of Personality Disorders. Dr. Millon held full professorial appointments at Harvard Medical School, the University of Illinois, and the University of Miami. A prolific author, he wrote or edited more than 30 books on theory, assessment, and therapy, as well as more than 200 articles and book chapters, and developed the widely used Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory (MCMI). He was a recipient of the Gold Medal for Life Achievement in the Application of Psychology from the American Psychological Foundation, which annually presents the Theodore Millon Award in Personality Psychology in his honor.

 

Caryl Bloom, PhD, has served as Assistant Dean of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Personology and Psychopathology and is currently Senior Consultant. She has taught at several graduate psychology programs in California, where she is currently on the faculty at Argosy University. A specialist in family assessment and couple therapy, Dr. Bloom has been in active clinical practice for over 20 years. Currently engaged in research studies on couple compatibility and medical diagnostic studies by nurses and medical paraprofessionals, she has contributed important ideas to the furthering of health assessment.

Reviews

"This second edition presents the current thinking of leading experts on the Millon inventories into a 'mega-handbook' for the busy practitioner. In one volume, it provides both an introduction to the inventories and a comprehensive summary of the latest research and practice. Anyone who uses the Millon inventories, from the novice to the experienced practitioner, will want to keep this book close at hand."--Jack O'Regan, PhD, ABPP, Dean, College of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences, Argosy University

"More than a presentation of the Millon inventories, this book develops an overarching model of case conceptualization. The model extends from the small details of client presentation to an integrated guide on how best to develop treatment interventions. It is a welcome addition to the field that will be an informative guide for everyone from graduate students seeking to increase their depth of test-related knowledge to seasoned professionals who want to provide more integrated case conceptualizations."--Gary Groth-Marnat, PhD, ABPP, Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology, Pacifica Graduate Institute

"In this era of reductionist approaches to mental illness, how refreshing it is to find a research-based and comprehensive volume still committed to the treatment of the whole person. Its rich assembly of chapters demonstrates how Millon’s wide battery of inventories can achieve a personalized evaluation that responds to the unique characteristics and concerns of each client in a variety of clinical and applied settings. This book should prove an invaluable resource to clinicians and to instructors who seek to train students in a holistic and personality-based approach to assessment and psychotherapy."--Jefferson A. Singer, PhD, Dean of the College and Faulk Foundation Professor of Psychology, Connecticut College

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This substantial volume updates research findings and clinical applications of the Millon inventories....A major strength of the inventories is that resulting profiles are individualized and personalized for each patient. Detailed case studies are described throughout....Clinicians and personality theorists interested in the definition and treatment of complex personality disorders will find this volume an important resource.
--Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 4/20/2008