1176 books (59 pages) in this category
by Amanda Johnson
by Thomas F. Oltmanns
<b><i>Case Studies in Abnormal Psychology</i></b>, 10th Edition takes mental disorders from the realm of theory into the complex reality of human lives. This casebook presents comprehensive coverage of 23 high interest cases that include topics ...
by W. Alex Edmonds
A thorough, readable primer for the practitioner and student, detailing case studies on the art and science of biofeedback and neurofeedback in practice. <ul> <li> <div>Includes case-study examples focusing directly on improving human ...
by Derald Wing Sue
Designed for use in multicultural counseling courses, graduate level practicum, or as part of a counseling techniques course, this casebook provides students with the opportunity to think critically and learn how to incorporate and apply ...
by Ronald Sandison
by Teena J Clouston
by Jeffrey J. Kripal
When Elizabeth Greenfield Krohn got out of her car with her two young sons in the parking lot of her synagogue on a rainy night in September 1988, she couldn't have anticipated she would within seconds be struck by lightning and have a ...
Emotion, Attachment, Trauma, and Neurobiology
by Margaret Wilkinson
<b>The latest application of contemporary neuroscience to therapeutic work.</b><br /> <br /> <p>There is an increasing clinical focus on how recent advances in neuroscience, attachment, and trauma can be applied to treating patients with a ...
by Stephen M. Johnson
Here, the author shows how basic existential and developmental issues underlie the severe pathology of personality disorders and symptoms of neurosis in character styles. ...
by Linda Kelly
by Jess P. Shatkin, MD
Science and Art, Second Edition
by Jeremy P. Shapiro
by Judith Aron Rubin
<b>An innovative guide to the practice of art therapy</b> <p>Since 1978, Judith Aron Rubin's <i>Child Art Therapy</i> has become the classic text for conducting art therapy with children. Twenty-five years later, the book still stands as the ...
by John Santrock
by Laura L. Smith
A complete and comprehensive guide to why kids behave and think the way they do-and how to bring out the best in them. <p>In the U.S., more than 10% of children are diagnosed with psychiatric disorders, while countless others remain ...
by Karen Wells
What does it mean to think of children as social subjects and how should we go about studying childhood in society? Childhood is a key site where children come to understand themselves as particular kinds of people, not only as individuals but ...