Handbook of Psychology, Clinical Psychology

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John Wiley & Sons, 2003 - Psychology - 640 pages
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  • Includes established theories and cutting-edge developments.
  • Presents the work of an international group of experts.
  • Presents the nature, origin, implications, an future course of major unresolved issues in the area.
 

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Contents

DIAGNOSIS AND CLASSIFICATION
3
DISORDERS OF CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE
27
SCHIZOPHRENIA SPECTRUM DISORDERS
65
MOOD DISORDERS
93
ANXIETY DISORDERS
119
PERSONALITY DISORDERS
149
EATING DISORDERS
173
DISORDERS OF IMPULSE CONTROL
195
FAMILY PSYCHOTHERAPY
367
CHILD PSYCHOTHERAPY
389
BRIEF PSYCHOTHERAPIES
407
CRISIS INTERVENTION
431
PSYCHOTHERAPY WITH OLDER ADULTS
453
NORTH AMERICAN PERSPECTIVES ON EDUCATION TRAINING LICENSING
471
ETHICAL ISSUES IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
497
HEALTH CARE MARKETPLACE IN THE UNITED STATES
511

STRESS DISORDERS
229
PSYCHOTHERAPY
253
BEHAVIORAL AND COGNITIVEBEHAVIORAL PSYCHOTHERAPY
279
HUMANISTICEXPERIENTIAL PSYCHOTHERAPY
301
PSYCHOTHERAPY INTEGRATION
327
GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY
347
ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
533
EXPANDING ROLES FOR PSYCHOLOGISTS IN THE TWENTYFIRST CENTURY
551
Author Index
569
Subject Index
601
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