1217 books (61 pages) in this category
by Steven L. Dubovsky
With a vast array of medications available for prescription, psychiatrists demand reference books that quickly summarize various drugs with an emphasis on their properties, most effective usages, cross-indications, and potential side effects. No
The Transformative Power of Feeling Safe
by Stephen W. Porges
When <i>The Polyvagal Theory</i> was published in 2011, it took the therapeutic world by storm, bringing Stephen Porges’s insights about the autonomic nervous system to a clinical audience interested in understanding trauma, anxiety, ...
by John Sommers-Flanagan
<p><b>Fully updated guide to proven, practical strategies for conducting effective interviews ­– including access code to online videos</b></p> <p> <i>Clinical Interviewing </i>is the essential guide to conducting initial interviews, ...
A Practical Guide to Assessment and Management for Clinicians
by Laura H. Goldstein
Featuring updates and revisions, the second edition of <i>Clinical Neuropsychology</i> provides trainee and practicing clinicians with practical, real-world advice on neuropsychological assessment and rehabilitation.<br /> <br /> <ul> ...
by Roy A. Bean
<b>Cultivate self-awareness, empathy, and clinical competence in the mental health professionals you supervise</b> <p>Providing tested guidance for clinical supervisors of mental health professionals, editors Roy A. Bean, Sean D. Davis, and ...
Investigating Solutions in Brief Therapy
by Steve de Shazer
Solution-focused Brief Coaching Essentials
by Peter Szabó
by Matt Driver
Exploring the Science of the Mind
by Daniel Reisberg
by Margaret W. Matlin
Margaret Matlin and new co-author Thomas Farmer s <i><b>Cognition</b></i> demonstrates how cognitive processes are relevant to everyday, real-world experiences, and frequently examines how cognition can be applied to other disciplines such as ...
by Daniel Reisberg
<p>One of the most successful cognitive psychology texts ever published: up-to-date, authoritative, and clearly written.</p> <p><i>Cognition</i> uses the best of current research to help students think like psychologists and understand how ...
by David Thornton
New for the Wiley Series in Forensic Clinical Psychology, Cognitive Approaches to the Treatment of Sexual Offenders describes and evaluates the current methods of measuring sexual interest in sex offenders - namely penile plethysmography, the ...
by Yann Moulier-Boutang
We live in a time of transition, argues Yann Moulier Boutang. But the irony is that this is not a transition to a new type of society called ?socialism?, as many on the Left had assumed; rather, it is a transition to a new type of capitalism. ...
An Integrated Approach to the Treatment of Emotional Disorders
by Assen Alladin
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is now in use worldwide, while hypnosis as a technique continues to attract serious interest from the professional community. Integrating the two, the field of cognitive hypnotherapy uses the natural trance ...
by Michael S. Gazzaniga
by Peter J. Hills
<b>Demystify the core concepts of cognitive psychology</b> <p>Written specifically for psychology students ? and not other academics - <i>Cognitive Psychology For Dummies</i> is an accessible and entertaining introduction to the field. Unlike ...
How Offenders Experience the World and What We Can Do About It
by Jack Bush
<p>This book draws on the latest literature to highlight a fundamental challenge in offender rehabilitation; it questions the ability of contemporary approaches to address this challenge, and proposes an alternative strategy of criminal justice ...