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  1. Assessing Psychosis

    Just Published    "Clinical social workers will treasure this "must have" guide to assessing psychosis. It contains pragmatic, immediately applicable ideas for the busy clinician. Providing unusual clarity and nuance to the complex world of psychosis Dr. Kleiger and Dr. Khadivi hit all the salient points covering clinical formulation, diagnostic concepts, and special populations including chapters on culture, violence, suicide, and children and adolescents."

  2. Management of International Resort Hotel Operations

    By Robert Hayward, David Graham, John Soane and Zoe McClelland

    This new book introduces the complex and diverse nature of managing an international resort hotel.

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  3. A Casebook of Psychotherapy Practice with Challenging Patients

    Just Published    Most contemporary psychoanalysts and psychotherapists see each patient once or twice a week at most. As many patients have reached a marked state of distress before seeking treatment, this gives the analyst a difficult task to accomplish in what is a limited amount of time. A Casebook of Psychotherapy Practice with Challenging Patients: A modern Kleinian approach sets out a model for working with quite significantly disturbed, distressed, or resistant patients in a very limited time, which Robert Waska has termed "Modern Kleinian Therapy."

  4. Visions in Psychotherapy Research and Practice

    NEW   The Society for Psychotherapy Research (SPR) is devoted to the development and dissemination of research, as well as the integration of empirical, theoretical, and clinical knowledge in psychotherapy. A highlight of the SPR annual meeting is the presidential address, wherein the president delivers what many view as the most important presentation of their career.

  5. The Great Psychotherapy Debate

    NEW     The second edition of The Great Psychotherapy Debate has been updated and revised to expand the presentation of the Contextual Model, which is derived from a scientific understanding of how humans heal in a social context and explains findings from a vast array of psychotherapies studies. This model provides a compelling alternative to traditional research on psychotherapy, which tends to focus on identifying the most effective treatment for particular disorders through emphasizing the specific ingredients of treatment.

  6. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Preventing Suicide Attempts

    NEW  Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Preventing Suicide Attempts consolidates the accumulated knowledge and efforts of leading suicide researchers, and describes how a common, cognitive behavioral model of suicide has resulted in 50% or greater reductions in suicide attempts across clinical settings.

  7. Grief and Trauma in Children

    NEW   Grief and Trauma in Children provides easy-to-implement, ready-to-use therapy materials to help busy practitioners use grief and trauma interventions in real-world settings. 

  8. Team Training Essentials

    NEW  Team Training Essentials succinctly outlines best practices for team training, as based in the latest organizational psychology research. Organized into 5 ‘pillars,’ this clear, accessible guide covers all aspects of team training, from design and delivery to evaluation, transfer, and sustainment methods. 

  9. Handbook of Anger Management and Domestic Violence Offender Treatment, 2nd Edition

    Just Published   Ronald T. Potter-Efron consciously connects anger management and domestic violence, two long separated fields, and addresses treatment options and intervention methods that meet the needs of individual clients, couples, families, and groups. Therapists, counselors, social workers, and other treatment specialists will find this book a useful overview and reference for anger and anger management techniques as well as domestic violence approaches.
     

  10. Understanding and Treating Chronic Shame

    NEW  Chronic shame is painful, corrosive, and elusive. It resists self-help and undermines even intensive psychoanalysis. Patricia A. DeYoung’s cutting-edge book gives chronic shame the serious attention it deserves, integrating new brain science with an inclusive tradition of relational psychotherapy. She looks behind the myriad symptoms of shame to its relational essence. As DeYoung describes how chronic shame is wired into the brain and developed in personality, she clarifies complex concepts and makes them available for everyday therapy practice.

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