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  1. The Bipolar Spectrum

    Diagnosis or Fad?

    By Joel Paris

    In the 1970s, author Joel Paris was one of the first doctors in his hospital to prescribe lithium to a psychiatric patient. In the wake of the drug’s success, both in that case and countless others, why this book? As Dr. Paris’ historical examination of bipolar diagnosis and critique of the...

    Published February 29th 2012 by Routledge

  2. Psychosocial Assessment and Treatment of Bariatric Surgery Patients

    Edited by James E. Mitchell, Martina de Zwaan

    Bariatric surgery plays an important role in the treatment of obesity; in this comprehensive resource the worldwide leaders of the field provide the most up-to-date information on the psychosocial issues that affect their patients. Included is an overview and history of surgical procedures,...

    Published October 17th 2011 by Routledge

  3. DSM-IV-TR Clinical Vignettes

    Volumes 1 & 2

    By William H. Reid, Michael G. Wise

    This collection of clinical vignettes can be used in several ways, including as an adjunct to teaching, in self-instruction for individuals and groups, and as a video examination in DSM-IV diagnosis. It contains sixteen vignettes ranging in length from five to 12 minutes and includes a program...

    Published July 14th 2011 by Routledge

  4. Scientific Foundations of Clinical Assessment

    By Stephen N. Haynes, Gregory T. Smith, John D. Hunsley

    Series: Foundations of Clinical Science and Practice

    Scientific Foundations of Clinical Assessment is a user-friendly overview of the most important principles and concepts of clinical assessment. It provides readers with a science-based framework for interpreting assessment research and making good assessment decisions, such as selecting the best...

    Published March 7th 2011 by Routledge

  5. Depression and the Soul

    A Guide to Spiritually Integrated Treatment

    By John R. Peteet

    In Depression and the Soul, John Peteet proves the old adage that the best physician is also a philosopher. He considers how to approach the problem of depression within a larger context, and reviews current concepts of successful living relative to the heart (emotion and volition), the mind (...

    Published August 1st 2010 by Routledge

  6. Get the Diagnosis Right

    Assessment and Treatment Selection for Mental Disorders

    By Jerome S. Blackman

    Dr. Jerome Blackman, author of 101 Defenses: How the Mind Shields Itself, has once again crafted an extraordinarily user-friendly book that demonstrates to all readers, from trainees to advanced analysts, the process of diagnosing mental disturbance. Get the Diagnosis Right provides a systematic...

    Published May 18th 2010 by Routledge

  7. Using Technology to Support Evidence-Based Behavioral Health Practices

    A Clinician's Guide

    Edited by Michael A. Cucciare, Kenneth R. Weingardt

    The use of technology to provide cost-effective behavioral healthcare is emerging as a crucial aspect of treating a wide variety of behavioral health problems. However, many behavioral health providers lack the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively integrate technology-based...

    Published October 29th 2009 by Routledge

  8. Medical Hypnosis Primer

    Clinical and Research Evidence

    Edited by Arreed Franz Barabasz, Karen Olness, Robert Boland, Stephen Kahn

    This brief Primer, assembled by top recognized hypnosis authorities, briefly presents the basic concepts of modern medical hypnosis and encourages mental health care practitioners to learn how to use hypnosis as an adjunct to standard medical care. It also lays the groundwork for the teaching and...

    Published September 10th 2009 by Routledge

  9. Prime Time

    Maximizing the Therapeutic Experience -- A Primer for Psychiatric Clinicians

    By Frederick G. Guggenheim

    One of the difficulties that all psychiatrists encounter when they see patients for less than fifty minutes is how to be empathic while on the run. Nowadays the psychiatrist, often behind schedule, has but a Twenty Minute Hour to evaluate a patient’s level of functioning and current symptoms and...

    Published April 20th 2009 by Routledge

  10. Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Generalized Anxiety Disorder

    From Science to Practice

    By Michel J. Dugas, Melisa Robichaud

    By focusing on the cognitive-behavioral model and treatment options, Dugas and Robichaud present a detailed analysis of the etiology, assessment, and treatment of Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD). Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Generalized Anxiety Disorder: From Science to Practice provides a...

    Published November 13th 2006 by Routledge