Innovations in Psychology Series

  • The Emotional Nature of Qualitative Research

    Edited by Kathleen Gilbert

    This book focuses on the place sand purpose of emotions in the research process, and explores the appropriate boundaries. Designed to explore how to manage the emotional content of research, the text service as a supplemental to qualitative research method courses, and is an excellent reference for…

    Hardback – 2000-09-27
    CRC Press
    Innovations in Psychology Series

  • EMDR and Psychotherapy Integration

    Theoretical and Clinical Suggestions with Focus on Traumatic Stress

    By Howard Lipke

    Initially regarded as one of the most peculiar methods of psychotherapy ever devised, EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) was introduced to psychotherapists 11 years ago when Dr. Francine Shapiro reported demonstrable rapidly effective treatment results. An early endorsement by the…

    Hardback – 1999-11-23
    CRC Press
    Innovations in Psychology Series

  • Poetry Therapy

    Interface of the Arts and Psychology

    By Nicholas Mazza

    Building on the American Psychological Association tradition of the arts and psychology, this book addresses the therapeutic aspects and clinical use of metaphor, narrative, journal writing, storytelling, bibliotherapy, poetry, and the related arts. Based on clinical theory and romantic philosophy…

    Hardback – 1999-07-28
    CRC Press
    Innovations in Psychology Series

  • Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR)

    By Gerald D. French, Chrys J. Harris

    Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR) explores a powerful regressive, repetitive, desensitization procedure becoming known in the therapeutic community as an extremely effective tool for use in the rapid resolution of virtually all trauma-related conditions. Replete with case histories and accounts of…

    Hardback – 1998-08-24
    CRC Press
    Innovations in Psychology Series

  • Burnout in Families

    The Systemic Costs of Caring

    By Charles R. Figley

    Sleeplessness, depression, anxiety... these are common symptoms of the burnout that often accompanies living with a loved one who has experienced some kind of traumatic stress. It's well known that the loss of a child, a life-threatening injury, sexual assault or combat experience can affect the…

    Hardback – 1997-12-28
    CRC Press
    Innovations in Psychology Series