Current psychotherapies

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Thomson/Brooks/Cole, 2005 - Psychology - 527 pages
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Highly respected and used in the field's top programs, CURRENT PSYCHOTHERAPIES provides students of counseling, psychology, and social work with an authoritative treatment of the major systems of psychotherapy. Each contributor is either an originator or a leading proponent of one of the systems, and each presents the basic principles of the system in a clear and straightforward manner, discussing it in the context of the other systems.

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User Review  - Jyotika Varmani - Goodreads

I found this to be the best book among the several I went through in this topic. It is very detailed, and at the same time very well organized. It has very good flow, and is easy to understand for someone who is new to psychology. The language is simple and powerful. A must read. Read full review

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User Review  - Kirby - Goodreads

Very textbook-y. Boring. There are much better general psychological theory books out there. My professor for this class was a retired 75-year-old who came back to teach one class because our ... Read full review

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Raymond Corsini's training was diverse. He received a BA and MA at the City College of New York, then did his doctoral training at Syracuse University, Cornell University, University of California, University of Wisconsin (all during the time of his work as a prison psychologist), and finally obtained a Ph.D. at age 41 from the University of Chicago under Carl Rogers. He met and interacted with J.L. Moreno, Fritz Perls, Victor Frankl, and Albert Ellis among others, but his main teacher was Rudolf Dreikurs, an Adlerian. He had three separate careers: as a prison psychologist for 15 years, then an industrial psychologist for ten years, and finally in private practice of psychotherapy and counseling for 30 years. Usually in the summers, he taught courses at over a dozen universities and full time at the University of Chicago, Illinois Institute of Technology, and the University of California at Berkeley. He has published over 60 books under 43 titles, including four encyclopedias and the most complete dictionary of psychology, and has written or edited 18 books in counseling or psychotherapy.

Danny Wedding was trained as a clinical psychologist at the University of Hawaii and the University of Mississippi Medical Center. He later completed two years working for the U.S. Congress, first in the Senate and later in the House of Representatives. Danny joined the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine in 1991 as Director of the Missouri Institute of Mental Health (MIMH), a university research and policy center serving the mental health community in Missouri. Danny's research interests include psychotherapy, international health, mental health policy, and the portrayal of mental illness and addictions in films. With the assistance of colleagues, he has written or edited ten books including CURRENT PSYCHOTHERAPIES, CASE STUDIES IN PSYCHOTHERAPY, BEHAVIOR AND MEDICINE, THE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY HANDBOOK, SCREENING FOR BRAIN IMPAIRMENT, and MOVIES AND MENTAL ILLNESS. Danny is the Editor for PSYCCRITIQUES: CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOLOGY-- APA REVIEW OF BOOKS, and he currently serves on the APA Council of Representatives.

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