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  1. Essential Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

    NEW  Essential Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: An Acquired Art provides an essential, accessible grounding in current psychodynamic theory and practice for a wide range of readers. For trainees, it offers a very useful toolset to help them make the transition from purely theoretical training to the uncharted territory of clinical practice.

  2. Working with Children and Adolescents in Residential Care

    NEW   Working with Children and Adolescents in Residential Care: A Strengths-Based Approach is written for professionals who work with children and youth in out of home placements, be they social services workers, child welfare or family court workers, educators, or mental health professionals in general.

  3. Frances Tustin Today

    Just Published  Frances Tustin Today explores some of the ways and means by which Tustin’s work has enabled psychoanalytic clinicians to enter into the elemental domain of sensation: what Bion called the ‘proto-mental’ area of the psyche-soma. Through detailed clinical contributions of several of her exponents worldwide, this book demonstrates how her ideas -- rooted in decades of work with children on the autistic spectrum -- have influenced and are being expanded, extended and applied to the treatment of ordinary patients from early childhood through adulthood.
     

  4. What Psychiatry Left Out of the DSM-5

    Just Published   What Psychiatry Left Out of the DSM-5: Historical Mental Disorders Today covers the diagnoses that the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) failed to include, along with diagnoses that should not have been included, but were.

  5. Author of the Month March 2015: Bill McHenry and Jim McHenry

    Bill McHenry and Jim McHenry, co-authors of What Therapists Say and Why They Say It, are the Routledge Mental Health Authors of the Month for March 2015.  Bill McHenry, PhD, is the dean of graduate studies and research at Texas A&M University-Texarkana. Jim McHenry, EdD, was a professor at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania for 32 years and is now a semi-retired professor emeritus.  

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    Psychology Revivals: Bringing Out-of-Print Books Back to Life

    Imogen Burch is the editor for Psychology Revivals, Psychology Library Editions, and Routledge Library Editions in Mental Health. We caught up with Imogen in the Taylor & Francis office in Hove to find out more about the program.

  7. Building Resilience to Trauma

    Just Published    After a traumatic experience, survivors oftentimes experience a cascade of physical, emotional, cognitive, behavioral, and spiritual responses that leave them feeling unbalanced and threatened. Building Resilience to Trauma explains these common responses from a biological perspective, reframing the human experience from one of shame and pathology to one of hope and biology.

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    Free eBook on Coping with Eating Disorders

    Download the free e-book Eating Disorders: Coping with Everyday Challenges, a collection of hand-selected content from some our top titles and leading experts.

  9. Torments of the Soul

    NEW  In Torments of the Soul, Antonino Ferro revisits and expands on a theme that has long been at the heart of his work: the study of dreams during sleep and in the waking state, and the psychoanalytic narrative. Following Bion, he focuses on the importance of what he sees as the task of contemporary psychoanalysis for generating, containing and transforming previously unmanageable emotions with a clinical psychoanalytic context.
     

  10. Social Perception from Individuals to Groups

    NEW    This volume focuses on social perception, the processing of information about people. This issue has always been central to social psychology, but this book brings together literatures that in large part have been separated by the nature of the social target that is involved. Historically, research on person perception developed quite independently from research involving perceptions of groups.

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