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  1. Beginnings

    The Art and Science of Planning Psychotherapy

    By Mary Jo Peebles-Kleiger

    How does the therapist begin psychotherapy? How, that is, does she conceptualize the needs of the patient while simultaneously enlisting him or her as an active partner in formulating an individualized working plan? And how should supervisors teach the skills needed to make the intake procedure...

    Published September 11th 2014 by Routledge

  2. Neurotherapy and Neurofeedback

    Brain-Based Treatment for Psychological and Behavioral Problems

    By Theodore J. Chapin, Lori A. Russell-Chapin

    The fields of neurobiology and neuropsychology are growing rapidly, and neuroscientists now understand that the human brain has the capability to adapt and develop new living neurons by engaging new tasks and challenges throughout our lives, essentially allowing the brain to rewire itself. In...

    Published December 11th 2013 by Routledge

  3. Technical Foundations of Neurofeedback

    By Thomas F. Collura

    Technical Foundations of Neurofeedback provides, for the first time, an authoritative and complete account of the scientific and technical basis of EEG biofeedback. Beginning with the physiological origins of EEG rhythms, Collura describes the basis of measuring brain activity from the scalp and...

    Published August 23rd 2013 by Routledge

  4. MindBody Medicine

    Foundations and Practical Applications

    By Leo W. Rotan, Veronika Ospina-Kammerer

    Series: Psychosocial Stress Series

    MindBody Medicine encapsulates a variety of interventions designed to change, strengthen, or enhance a patient’s thoughts, emotions, and behaviors in order to promote improved health and wellness. There has been a growing trend among professionals in the health care fields to better understand the...

    Published December 7th 2006 by Routledge

  5. Managing Performance Stress

    Models and Methods

    By David Pargman

    Over the past 16 years, new theories and models have emerged in the stress and anxiety knowledge base regarding the unique forms associated with performance. Existing theories have been applied in creative and helpful ways to better explicate relationships between stress and anxiety with...

    Published May 30th 2006 by Routledge

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