A Guide to Self-Help Workbooks for Mental Health Clinicians and Researchers
Never has the need for a compendium of self-help workbooks been so great!
From the founder of the world's first PhD program in Family Psychology comes an extensive guide to nearly all of the mental health workbooks published through 2002. Placed together in one volume for the first time, A Guide to Self-Help Workbooks for Mental Health Clinicians and Researchers includes reviews and evaluates the complexity of each workbook in regards to its form, content, and usability by the client. From abuse to women's issues, this annotated bibliography is alphabetized by author, but can also be researched by subject.
While self-help workbooks are currently not as popular or as mainstream as self-help books and video, that could soon change. Self-help workbooks are versatile, cost-effective, and can be mass-produced. The workbook user is active rather than passive, and the mental healthcare worker can analyze a more personal response from the user, whether in the office or via the Internet. A Guide to Self-Help Workbooks for Mental Health Clinicians and Researchers brings these workbooks together into one sourcebook to suit anyone's needs.
Each self-help workbook is reviewed according to specific criteria:
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
abuse ADHD adolescents adults anger anger management anxiety Assignments contained behavior bipolar disorder cathartic Abstraction Champaign chapters chemical dependency Christensen 2004 clients clinical cognitive-behavioral concrete Comments Contents coping Courage-to-Change covers deal depression disorder dream interpretation emotional evaluation exercises exhortatory Explanatory feelings focused guidelines Guilford Harbinger high Comments High Goal High Specificity High to medium highly recommended Holmes Beach Informed Consent interventions JONGSMA JR L'Abate low Specificity Mainly prescriptive Abstraction Medium Comments medium Goal medium Specificity Medium to high Medium to low ment mental health Newburgh Oakland obsessive-compulsive disorder panic disorder parents practice problems Psychological Corporation psychotherapy reader recovery relapse relationships Relatively low Comments reproducible handouts respondents reviewed by Gattis self-esteem self-help workbooks Sevier sexual social anxiety sourcebook strategies Strictly prescriptive Abstraction Structure therapeutic therapists tions topics traumatic treatment planner Wiley workbook consists workbook contains worksheets writing written homework assignments York