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xxvi, 491 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • SECTION I: INTRODUCTION-- SECTION II: PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS-- SECTION III: PERSPECTIVES FROM NEUROSCIENCE-- SECTION IV: PERSPECTIVES FROM BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS AND COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY-- SECTION V: IMPLICATIONS FOR TREATMENT, PREVENTION, AND PUBLIC HEALTH-- SECTION VI IMPLICATIONS FOR THE PUBLIC UNDERSTANDING OF ADDICTION AND FOR LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ADDICTIVE BEHAVIOR-- SECTION VII CONCLUSIONS.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780198727224 20161213
The central problem in the study of addiction is to explain why people repeatedly behave in ways they know are bad for them. For much of the previous century and until the present day, the majority of scientific and medical attempts to solve this problem were couched in terms of involuntary behavior; if people behave in ways they do not want, then this must be because the behavior is beyond their control and outside the realm of choice. An opposing tradition, which finds current support among scientists and scholars as well as members of the general public, is that so-called addictive behavior reflects an ordinary choice just like any other and that the concept of addiction is a myth. The editors and authors of this book tend to take neither view. There has been an increasing recognition in recent literature on addiction that restricting possible conceptions of it to either of these extreme positions is unhelpful and is retarding progress on understanding the nature of addiction and what could be done about it. This book contains a range of views from philosophy, neuroscience, psychiatry, psychology and the law on what exactly this middle ground between free choice and no choice consists of and what its implications are for theory, practice and policy on addiction. The result amounts to a profound change in our thinking on addiction and how its devastating consequences can be ameliorated. Addiction and Choice is a thought provoking new volume for all those with an interest in this global issue.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780198727224 20161213
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xv, 274 pages ; 26 cm.
  • Gender and sexual orientation diversity within the TGNC community / Sand C. Chang, Anneliese A. Singh, and Kinton Rossman
  • Affirmative counseling with trans/gender-variant people of color / Anneliese A. Singh, Sel J. Hwahng, Sand C. Chang, and Bali White
  • TGNC-affirmative interdisciplinary collaborative care / Kelly Ducheny, Michael L. Hendricks, and Colton L. Keo-Meier
  • Ethical and legal concerns for mental health professionals / Linda F. Campbell and Gabriel Arkles
  • Affirmative care of TGNC children and adolescents / Laura Edwards-Leeper
  • Working with TGNC primary caregivers and family concerns across the lifespan / Sand C. Chang, Jessie R. Cohen, and Anneliese A. Singh
  • Aging and TGNC identities : working with older adults / lore m. dickey and Kyle L. Bower
  • Clinical supervision with TGNC clients in health service psychology / Theodore R. Burnes, Stacie Fishell Rowan, and Parrish L. Paul
  • Assessment and treatment of trauma with TGNC clients : a feminist approach / Katherine Richmond, Theodore R. Burnes, Anneliese A. Singh, and Mel Ferrara
  • Spirituality, faith, and religion : the TGNC experience / Ruben A. Hopwood and Tarynn M. Witten
  • Engaging in TGNC-affirmative research / Jae Sevelius, lore m. dickey, and Anneliese A. Singh
  • Advocacy and social justice : the next generation of counseling and psychological practice with transgender and gender-nonconforming clients / lore m. dickey, Anneliese A. Singh, Sand C. Chang, and Mich Rehrig.
Less than 30% of psychologists report familiarity with transgender and gender nonconforming (TGNC) clients' needs. The clients, in turn, report a lack of support in their gender journeys. There is clearly a large gap in knowledge, skill, and competence in this area of practice. This clinical guide fills that gap by providing mental health practitioners with an affirmative approach that emphasises a collaborative partnership guided by client-driven goals. An expert panel of contributors teaches readers strategies for working with a diverse array of TGNC clients, including adolescents, older adults, parents, and people of colour. Client factors, including sexual orientation, religious and spiritual beliefs, and traumatic experiences, are also given special attention. Readers will learn how to address the impact of the injustices TGNC people face in everyday life, work with clients' strengths to enhance their resilience and coping skills, and advocate for their rights to obtain mental and physical health services. They will also learn how to negotiate complex issues, such as interdisciplinary care, ethical and legal obligations, and gender-affirming surgeries and medications. The chapter authors draw from evidence-based theories and APA's "Guidelines for Psychological Practice With Transgender and Gender Nonconforming People (PDF, 462KB)" to help readers meet the latest standards of care.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781433823008 20161108
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x, 300 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustration (some color) ; 24 cm
  • Adolecent and Adult Outcomes of Childhood Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder : The Montreal Study / Mariya V. Cherkasova, Gabrielle Weiss, and Lily Hechtman
  • Long-term Outcomes of Childhood Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder : The New York Study / Sylvaine Houssais, Lily Hechtman, and Rachel G. Klein
  • The Milwaukee Longitudinal Study of Hyperactive (ADHD) Children / Russell A. Barkley and Mariellen Fischer
  • The Pittsburgh ADHD Longitudinal Study (PALS) / Brooke S.G. Molina, Margaret H. Sibley, Sarah L. Pedersen, and William E. Pelham, Jr.
  • Young Adult Outcome of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder : Results from the Longitudinal Massachusetts General Hospital Sample of Pediatrically and Psychiatrically Referred Youth with and without ADHD of Both Sexes / Mai Uchida and Joseph Biederman
  • The Berkeley Girls with ADHD Longitudinal Study / Elizabeth B. Owens, Christine A. Zalecki, and Stephen P. Hinshaw
  • The Multimodal Treatment of Children with ADHD (MTA) Follow-up Study : Outcomes and Their Predictors / Arunima Roy and Lily Hechtman
  • Influence of Treatment on Long-term Outcome / Lily Hechtman
  • Summary / Lily Hechtman.
The book provides a comprehensive summary of the best known and most highly respected well-controlled long-term prospective follow-up studies in ADHD. These studies followed children with ADHD and matched controls into young adulthood (mean age 20-25 years) and middle-age (mean age 41 years). They explore a wide variety of outcome areas, e.g. education, occupation, emotional and psychiatric functioning, substance use and abuse, sexual behavior, as well as legal problems. One chapter focuses particularly on the outcome of girls with ADHD. Outcome areas explored are thus comprehensive and clinically very relevant. The book also explores the possible predictors of adult outcome. A whole chapter is devoted to treatment (medication and psychosocial) as a predictor of outcome. In addition to treatment, predictors explored include characteristics of the child (e.g., IQ, severity of initial ADHD symptoms, initial comorbidity characteristics of the family, e.g., socioeconomic status, single parenthood, parental pathology, and family functioning. In a summary chapter, the impact and importance of these various predictors in different outcome areas, e.g. education, occupation, emotional/social functioning, antisocial behavior, substance use and abuse and risky sexual and driving behaviors are explored. In summary, the book provides a comprehensive view of the prognosis, e.g., long-term outcome of ADHD and key factors which can influence this outcome. Professionals and the general public will thus get a clear view of what can happen to children with ADHD as they proceed through adolescence and adulthood and address important prognostic and predictive factors in their treatment approaches to ensure better long-term outcome in patients with ADHD.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780190213589 20161124
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xiii, 254 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Sports concussion myths and fears
  • Athletes, concussions, and the playing field
  • You think you might have a concussion, how do you know?
  • Life after a diagnosis of concussion
  • Post-concussion syndromes and second-impact syndrome
  • Concussion, sports, depression, and suicide?
  • How athletes can help themselves
  • Advice for parents and coaches
  • Changing our game, on and off the field
  • Controlling the messaging of concussion.
The word concussion used to be unheard of in youth sports a decade ago. The brain injury was indeed occurring, but coaches and parents were encouraging their youth athletes to "shake it off" after "getting their bell rung". Science and increased awareness about concussion are transforming the way youth parents, coaches, and players pursue athletics. Fear of incurring concussions, as well as incorrect information, is leading some parents to keep their children out of contact sports, such as football and soccer, where concussion is more prevalent. Back in the Game: Why Concussion Doesn't Have to End Your Athletic Career does not dwell on perpetuating fears, but rather, provides the most up-to-date understanding of the condition. This text includes a real-world discussion of what science and medicine knows, what parents and coaches need to understand about concussions, evaluation and treatment, and possible post-concussive issues, like depression. At the heart of this book, the authors delve into these issues, explaining them in a clear and understandable way. The expertise and experiences of noted sports neurologist Jeffrey Kutcher, MD, along with reporting and interviews by award-winning sports journalist Joanne C. Gerstner, makes this book a timely, relevant, and real discussion about concussions in youth sports. Athletes and professional coaches who have participated in the formation of this book include two-time Olympic gold medalist soccer player Kate Markgraf, former NHL/Team Canada head coach Andy Murray, champion X-Games snowboarder Ellery Hollingsworth, along with an array of youth parents, coaches, and athletes from across the country.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780190226602 20161108
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xxiv, 252 pages : illustration ; 24 cm.
  • Foreword Patricia Arredondo Part I: Socio-Cultural Foundations 1. The Diverse Historical Roots of Today's Latino/as: Learning from our Past to Move into the Future 2. Skin Color Differences within Latino/as: Historical & Contemporary Implications of Colorism 3. The History of Latino/a in the United States: Journeys of Hope, Struggle, & Resilience Part II: Understanding Within Group Latino/a Differences 4. Socio-historical Construction of Latina/o Gender Ideologies: Integrating Indigenous and Contemporary Perspectives into Treatment 5. Adapting to a New Country: Models & Theories of Acculturation Applied to the Diverse Latino/a Population 6. Skin Color Matters: Towards a New Framework that Considers Racial and Ethnic Identity Development Among Latino/as Part III: Culturally Responsive and Racially Conscious Clinical Practice with Latino/as 7. Towards a Complex Understanding of Mental Health Service Utilization among Latino/as: Considering Context, Power, and Within Group Differences 8. Roots of Connectedness: Application of Latino/a Cultural Values in Mental Health Care 9. Culturally Responsive and Racially Conscious Mental Health Approaches with Latino/as Part IV: The Impact of Latino/a Psychology on Racially & Ethnically Diverse Students and Professionals 10. The Impact of Latino/a Psychology on Racially & Ethnically Diverse Students and Professionals.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138851535 20161108
Advancing work to effectively study, understand, and serve the fastest growing U.S. ethnic minority population, this volume explicitly emphasizes the racial and ethnic diversity within this heterogeneous cultural group. The focus is on the complex historical roots of contemporary Latino/as, their diversity in skin-color and physiognomy, racial identity, ethnic identity, gender differences, immigration patterns, and acculturation. The work highlights how the complexities inherent in the diverse Latino/a experience, as specified throughout the topics covered in this volume, become critical elements of culturally responsive and racially conscious mental health treatment approaches. By addressing the complexities, within-group differences, and racially heterogeneity characteristic of U.S. Latino/as, this volume makes a significant contribution to the literature related to mental health treatments and interventions.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138851535 20161108
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xviii, 211 pages ; 24 cm
  • Preface to the First Edition-- Preface to the Second Edition-- The Myth of Mental Illness-- That Discreet Object of Desire-- Ressentiment: An Existential Paradigm for Symptom Formation-- Deciphering "Psychopathology"-- What to Make of an Incidence of Incomprehensible Madness (or A Clinical Case Not so Easy to Diagnose)-- The Unobjectionable Transference-- Love and Madness-- On Sanity.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138790223 20160928
A stunning exploration of the relation between desire and psychopathology, The Death of Desire is a unique synthesis of the work of Laing, Freud, Nietzsche, and Heidegger that renders their often difficult concepts brilliantly accessible to and usable by psychotherapists of all persuasions. In bridging a critical gap between phenomenology and psychoanalysis, M. Guy Thompson, one of the leading existential psychoanalysts of our time, firmly re-situates the unconscious - what Freud called "the lost continent of repressed desires" - in phenomenology. In so doing, he provides us with the richest, most compelling phenomenological treatment of the unconscious to date and also makes Freud's theory of the unconscious newly comprehensible. In this revised and updated second edition to the original published in 1985, M. Guy Thompson takes us inside his soul-searching seven-year apprenticeship with radical psychiatrist R. D. Laing and his cohorts as it unfolded in counterculture London of the 1970s. This rite de passage culminates with a four-year sojourn inside one of Laing's post-Kingsley Hall asylums, where Laing's unorthodox conception of treatment dispenses with conventional boundaries between "doctor" and "patient." In this unprecedented exploration, Thompson reveals the secret to Laing's astonishing alternative to the conventional psychiatric and psychoanalytic treatment schemes. Movingly written and deeply personal, Thompson shows why the very concept of "mental illness" is a misnomer and why sanity and madness should be understood instead as inherently puzzling stratagems that we devise in order to protect ourselves from intolerable mental anguish. The Death of Desire offers a provocative and challenging reappraisal of depth psychotherapy from an existential perspective that will be of interest to psychoanalysts, psychotherapists, philosophers, social scientists, and students of the human condition.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138790223 20160928
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xiv, 468 pages ; 26 cm
Scholarship on sexual minority (SM) and transgender and gender non-conforming (TGNC) psychology has exploded in recent years, with unprecedented impact on practitioners and researchers, as well as the social and political compass of the nation. At the same time, best practices for mental health professionals who work with SM and TGNC clients continue to evolve rapidly.(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781433823060 20161124
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xxx, 238 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction Suzanne L. Stewart and Roy Moodley Part 1: East: Indigenous Spirituality in Western Psychology 1. Reclaiming Grassroots Traditional Indigenous Healing Ways and Practices Within Urban Indigenous Community Contexts Barbara Waterfall, Dan Smoke, and Marylou Smoke 2. A laughing matter: Native American humour as Indigenous healing tradition and way of life Michael Tlanusta Garrett, J. T. Garrett, Gloria K. King, Tarrell Awe Agahe Portman, Edil Torres-Rivera, Dale Brotherton, and Lisa Grayshield 3. Gifts of the Seven Winds Alcohol and Drug Prevention Model for American Indians Rockey Robbins, E. Allen Eason, Stephen Colmant, Derek Burks, and Brenda McDaniel 4. Traditional Spiritual Healing Wendy Hill Part 2: South: Innovative Integration in Psychological Practice 5. Indigenous North American Psychological Healing Ways and the Placement of Integration and Decolonization Glen McCabe 6. Counselling Indigenous peoples in Canada Suzanne L. Stewart and Anne Marshall 7. Lessons from clinical practice: Some of the ways in which Canadian mental health professionals practice integration Olga Oulanova and Roy Moodley Part 3: West: Trauma and Contemporary Indigenous Healing 8. Injury where blood does not flow Eduardo Duran and Judith Firehammer 9. Historical perspectives on Indigenous healing Allison Reeves and Suzanne L. Stewart 10. Colonial trauma and political pathways to healing Terry Mitchell Part 4: North: Healing through Western and Indigenous Knowledge 11. Cultures in Collision: 'Higher' Education and the Clash between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous 'Ways of Knowing'Michael Chandler 12. An Ally in Northern Community Health: Respectful Engagement in healing relationships Linda O'Neill 13. A'tola'nw: Indigenous-centered learning in a counselling graduate program Anne Marshall, Larry Emerson, Lorna Williams, Asma Antoine, Colleen MacDougall, and Ruby Peterson 14. A partnership with the people: Skillful navigation of culture and ethics Melinda A. Garcia, Gayle S. Morse, Joseph E. Trimble, Denise M. Casillas, Beth Boyd, and Jeff King.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138928992 20170206
North America's Indigenous population is a vulnerable group, with specific psychological and healing needs that are not widely met in the mental health care system. Indigenous peoples face certain historical, cultural-linguistic and socioeconomic barriers to mental health care access that government, health care organizations and social agencies must work to overcome. This volume examines ways Indigenous healing practices can complement Western psychological service to meet the needs of Indigenous peoples through traditional cultural concepts. Bringing together leading experts in the fields of Aboriginal mental health and psychology, it provides data and models of Indigenous cultural practices in psychology that are successful with Indigenous peoples. It considers Indigenous epistemologies in applied psychology and research methodology, and informs government policy on mental health service for these populations.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138928992 20170206
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xiv, 325 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • A moral revolution at Mazorra, 1899-1902
  • Fragments of a journey to Mazorra: from a "state of ruin" to a second occupation, 1902-1909
  • The great divergence: psychiatry, race, and the age of the inferno, 1909-1933
  • The plague of politiquería: corruption and the experts, 1934-1958
  • Banishing the inferno: from Mazorra to Hospital Psiquiátrico de La Habana
  • The world the Revolution made: political process and mental transformation
  • The repeating madhouse, from Havana to Miami.
On the outskirts of Havana lies Mazorra, an asylum known to--and at times feared by--ordinary Cubans for over a century. Since its founding in 1857, the island's first psychiatric hospital has been an object of persistent political attention. Drawing on hospital documents and government records, as well as the popular press, photographs, and oral histories, Jennifer L. Lambe charts the connections between the inner workings of this notorious institution and the highest echelons of Cuban politics. Across the sweep of modern Cuban history, she finds, Mazorra has served as both laboratory and microcosm of the Cuban state: the asylum is an icon of its ignominious colonial and neocolonial past and a crucible of its republican and revolutionary futures. From its birth, Cuban psychiatry was politically inflected, drawing partisan contention while sparking debates over race, religion, gender, and sexuality. Psychiatric notions were even invested with revolutionary significance after 1959, as the new government undertook ambitious schemes for social reeducation. But Mazorra was not the exclusive province of government officials and professionalizing psychiatrists. U.S. occupiers, Soviet visitors, and, above all, ordinary Cubans infused the institution, both literal and metaphorical, with their own fears, dreams, and alternative meanings. Together, their voices comprise the madhouse that, as Lambe argues, haunts the revolutionary trajectory of Cuban history.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781469631028 20170213
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10. Mental disorder [2017]

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xxiv, 129 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Preface Introduction 1. Culture, Abnormality, and Disorder 2. Beyond Culture to the Suffering Subject 3. Culture, Psychiatry, and Cultures of Psychiatry 4. The Politics of Trauma 5. "The Big Three": Schizophrenia, Depression, and Bipolar Disorder 6. Globalization, Global Culture, and Global Mental Health 7. Drugs, God, and Talking: Shaping New "Orders" out of "Disorder" Conclusion Appendix I: Recommended Resources References Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781442635340 20170206
This brief book introduces the ways in which contemporary anthropology engages with the "psych" disciplines: psychology, psychiatry, and medicine. Khan also widens the conversation by including the perspectives of epidemiologists, addiction and legal experts, journalists, filmmakers, activists, patients, and sufferers. New approaches to mental illness are situated in the context of historical, political, psychoanalytic, and postcolonial frameworks, allowing readers to understand how health, illness, normality, and abnormality are constructed and produced. Using case studies from a variety of regions, Khan explores what anthropologically informed psychology, psychiatry, and medicine can tell us about mental illness across cultures.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781442635340 20170206
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ix, 157 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Section 1 1. Genesis of the book and setting the context 2. The medicalisation of human distress 3. Towards Recovery: beyond the psychiatric system 4. Towards equality and reciprocity: mutual help/mutual support 5. Generating recovery narratives for this study Section 2 6. Personal journeys into severe emotional distress 7. Attempting to Escape from Distress and Terror 8. A Time of Healing: Struggling through Fear to Encounter Hope and Trust 9. A Time of Healing: the healing power of reciprocal relationship 10. A Time of Healing: Leadership, Choosing 'Goodness' New identities and Resilience 11. A time of Growth: successful social involvements 12. Flourishing Selves and a Re-enchantment with life Section 3 13. Recovery through mutual help: recovery processes revisited 14. An exploration of recovery through graphic illustrations 15. Journey's End and New Beginnings.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138847996 20161003
Narratives of Recovery from Mental Illness presents research that challenges the prevailing view that recovery from 'mental illness' must take place within the boundaries of traditional mental health services. While Watts and Higgins accept that medical treatment may be a vital start to some people's recovery, they argue that mental health problems can also be resolved through everyday social interactions, and through peer and community support. Using a narrative approach, this book presents detailed recovery stories of 26 people who received various diagnoses of 'mental illness' and were involved in a mutual help group known as 'GROW'. Drawing on an in-depth analysis of each story, chapters offer new understandings of the journey into mental distress and a progressive entrapment through a combination of events, feelings, thoughts and relationships. The book also discusses the process of ongoing personal liberation and healing which assists recovery, and suggests that friendship, social involvement, compassion, and nurturing processes of change all play key factors in improved mental well-being. This book provides an alternative way of looking at 'mental illness' and demonstrates many unexplored avenues and paths to recovery that need to be considered. As such, it will be of interest to researchers, academics and postgraduate students in the fields of psychiatry, psychology, nursing, social work and occupational therapy, as well as to service providers, policymakers and peer support organisations. The narratives of recovery within the book should also be a source of hope to people struggling with 'mental illness' and emotional distress.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138847996 20161003
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xix, 573 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm.
The Oxford Handbook of Behavioral Emergencies and Crises includes the most up-to-date and valuable research on the evaluation and management of the most challenging patients or clients faced by mental health providers-individuals who are at high risk of suicide, of other-directed violence, or of becoming the victims of interpersonal violence. These are cases in which the outcome can be serious injury or death, and there can be negative consequences not only for the patient, but also for the patient's family and friends, for the assessing or treating clinician, and for the patient's clinic or medical center. Virtually all mental health clinicians with an active caseload will see individuals with such issues. This Handbook is comprised of chapters by leading clinicians, researchers, and scholars in this area of practice. It presents a framework for learning the skills needed for assessing and working competently with such high-risk individuals. Chapters draw a distinction between behavioral emergencies and crises, and between emergency intervention and crisis intervention. The book examines the inter-related aspects of the major behavioral emergencies; that is, for example, the degree to which interpersonal victimization may lead an individual on a pathway to later suicidal or violent behavior, or the degree to which suicidal individuals and violent individuals may share certain cognitive characteristics. This resource is not simply a knowledge base for behavioral emergencies; it also presents a method for reducing stress and acquiring skills in working with high-risk people.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199352722 20161114
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xiv, 112 pages : illustration ; 24 cm
  • Introduction. 1 What We Know So Far 2 Oedipal Victor or Victim: Individuals 3 Oedipal Victor or Victim: Couples 4 Home Is Where We Start From: The Sibling Connection 5 Out of the Woods: Treatment Pauses and Termination 6 Conclusion: You Can Go Home Again (If You Resolve Your Rapprochement Crisis).
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138658271 20170117
Separation-Individuation Struggles in Adult life: Leaving Home focuses on the developmental task of separating from parents and siblings for individuals and couples who have not been able to resolve these issues earlier in life. Sarah Fels Usher extends Mahler's theory, and includes the writing of Loewald and Modell, among others, stressing the right of adult patients to a separate life. She describes the predicament of Oedipal victors (or victims), their introjected feelings of responsibility for their parents, and their resultant inability to be truly individuated adults. Difficulties separating from siblings are also given analytic attention. Usher's experience treating couples adds a new and powerful dimension to her theory. She is optimistic throughout about the therapist's ability to help adult patients resolve the rapprochement sub-phase in a satisfying manner. An additional, crucial question is raised when the author asks if the therapist can allow the patient to terminate treatment. Has the therapist achieved separation from their own parents-or, indeed, from their analyst? Exploring the plight of patients of the unseparated analyst, Usher describes how these generational factors rear their unfortunate heads when it is time to end therapy. Listening to patients from the perspective of separation-individuation is not new; what is new is Usher's emphasis on how these particular issues are often masked by significant achievement in adult professional life. Separation-Individuation Struggles in Adult Life: Leaving Home will be of great importance for psychoanalysts and psychoanalytic psychotherapists working with adults, as well as for clinical postgraduate students.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138658271 20170117
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xxix, 288 pages : illustration ; 24 cm.
  • Foreword. Personal and Conceptual Reflections by Laurie Anne Pearlman Introduction. An Evolution of Ideas Richard B. Gartner Chapter 1 Trauma and Countertrauma, Resilience and Counterresilience Richard B. Gartner Chapter 2. Encountering Trauma, Countertrauma, and Countering Trauma Sandra L. Bloom Chapter 3. The Interpersonal-Relational Field, Countertrauma, and Counterresilience: The Impact of Treating Trauma and Dissociation Sheldon Itzkowitz Chapter 4. Words on the Ground Mikele Rauch Chapter 5. Sexual Thoughts and Feelings in the Countertransference: Can We Dance to the Music, Safely? Richard A. Chefetz Chapter 6. Point counterpoint: The paradox of healing traumatic injury Karen Hopenwasser Chapter 7. Speaking to and Validating Emotional Truth in the Jury-Built Self: On Therapeutic Action in the Psychoanalytic Treatment of Trauma Elizabeth Howell Chapter 8. Growing Together: A Contextual Perspective on Countertrauma, Counterresilience, and Countergrowth Steven N. Gold Chapter 9. Lessons I Never Wanted to Learn Kathy Steele Chapter 10. From the Holocaust to the Treatment Room: A Personal Journey Philip J. Kinsler Chapter 11. First Feelings: Countertransference Reactions in Disaster Mental Health Jill Bellinson Chapter 12. The Bristlecone Project: Transforming Survivors' Trauma and Despair, and My Own David Lisak Chapter 13. Locked in with Amy: Treating the dying patient Ruth H. Livingston Chapter 14. Lessons Learned Treating Traumatized Teachers Jane E. Gartner Chapter 15. Countertrauma and her Twin, Counterresilience, and Why I Don't Watch Scary Movies Anymore Alison Feit Chapter 16. Academic Trauma: Indirect Experience, Far-Reaching Effect Judith L. Alpert Chapter 17. Clinical Consultation Helps Transform Vicarious Traumatization Karen W. Saakvitne Chapter 18: Colleague Betrayal: Countertrauma Manifestation? Christine A. Courtois Afterword: Richard B. Gartner.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138860919 20170206
Treating traumatized patients takes its toll on the treating clinician, giving rise over time to what Richard B. Gartner terms countertrauma in the psychoanalyst or therapist. Paradoxically, a clinician may also be imbued with a sense of optimism, or counterresilience, after learning how often the human spirit can triumph over heartbreakingly tragic experiences. Trauma and Countertrauma, Resilience and Counterresilience brings together a distinguished group of seasoned clinicians, both trauma specialists and psychoanalysts. Their personal reflections show what clinicians all too rarely dare to reveal: their personal traumatic material. They then discuss how they develop models for acknowledging, articulating, and synthesizing the countertrauma that arises from long-term exposure to patients' often-harrowing trauma. Writing openly, using viscerally affecting language, the contributors to this exceptional collection share subjective and sometimes intimate material, shedding light on the inner lives of people who work to heal the wounds of psychic trauma. By the same token, many of these clinicians describe how working intimately with traumatized individuals can affect the listener positively, recounting how patients' resilience evokes counterresilience in the therapist, allowing the clinician to benefit from ongoing contact with patients who deal bravely with horrific adversity. Paradoxically, a clinician may be imbued with a sense of optimism after learning how often the human spirit can triumph over heartbreakingly tragic experiences. Trauma and Countertrauma, Resilience and Counterresilience will appeal to psychoanalysts, psychoanalytic psychotherapists, and trauma experts, offering a valuable resource to those beginning their careers in mental health work, to teachers and supervisors of trauma therapists, to experienced clinicians struggling with burnout, and to anyone who wants to understand the psychotherapeutic process or indeed the human condition.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138860919 20170206
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xii, 194 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • The history of the treatment of mental illness
  • Acceptance and the recovery paradigm in mental health care
  • The multiple dimensions of the acceptance of mental illness
  • Barriers and facilitators to acceptance of mental illness
  • The process of acceptance of mental illness
  • Acceptance of mental illness among women : intersectional stigma
  • Acceptance of mental illness among men : masculinities and mental health
  • Racial-ethnic cultural factors in the process of acceptance of mental illness
  • Lesbian, gay bisexual, and transgender factors in the process of acceptance of mental illness
  • Clinical applications and investigation of the acceptance of mental illness.
Recently there has been a growing awareness of the process of recovery from serious mental illness and the importance of coming to terms with the challenges resulting from the illness. Acceptance of one's mental illness is a critical milestone of the recovery journey, fostering empowerment, hope, and self-determination. In addition, there has been a developing interest in the role of culture in influencing the experience of mental illness, treatment, and recovery. Yet, the topic of how people with diverse cultural backgrounds come to recognize and cope with their mental illness is often overlooked in the literature. Acceptance of Mental Illness adheres to a recovery-oriented philosophy that understands recovery as not simply symptom elimination, but as the process of living a meaningful and satisfying life with mental illness. The book synthesizes research on this topic and offers extensive case histories gathered by the authors to provide readers with an understanding of the multidimensional process of acceptance of mental illness across genders, ethnicities, and sexual orientations. The aim is for clinical readers to be better equipped to support people with mental illness across culturally diverse groups to experience empowerment, mental wellness, and growth. Chapters focus on providing a historical overview of the treatment of people with mental illness, examining the acceptance process, and exploring the experience of acceptance among women, men, racial-ethnic minorities, and LGBT individuals with serious mental illnesses. The book is a useful tool for mental health educators and providers, with each chapter containing case studies, clinical strategies lists, discussion questions, experiential activities, diagrams, and worksheets that can be completed with clients, students, and peers.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780190204273 20160919
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viii, 142 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Preface-- Acknowledgements-- 1. Advancing personality growth in psychotherapy-- Part I. Self-Organization: 2. Self-organization-- 3. Identity functioning and self-states-- 4. Possibilities for change in self-narratives-- Part II. Relationships: 5. Changing relationship patterns-- 6. Advancing relationship capacities-- 7. Improving maladaptive patterns in sexual relationships-- Part III. Control and Emotional Regulation: 8. Control of unconscious emotional potentials-- 9. Defensive styles-- 10. Emotional avoidance maneuvers-- References-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107532960 20160704
This book will expand your therapeutic repertoire. Once crises have been resolved, the clinician and patient explore what can change in order to increase the patient's capacities for balance, harmony and satisfaction. Adult personality growth increases self-awareness, amplifies capacities for realistic social cognition and reduces avoidances. The outcome is the achievement of a wider range of safe emotional expression and mastery of previous traumas and losses. The three parts of this book are on identity, relationships and control of emotion. The chapters illustrate how observation, formulation and technique are linked in a continuing process of deepening understanding. Vignettes give examples of what the therapist can say to help a patient, especially at difficult times in treatment. This is a cutting-edge work integrating elements from various schools of psychotherapy and studies of adult development. It links theories to pragmatic techniques and will appeal to both trainees and experienced clinicians.
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xvi, 512 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Acknowledgements Contributors Introduction I. Foundations 1. Symbolizing and Seeing Laurie Wilson and Mala Betensky 2. The Therapist as Artist Mildred Chapin and Barbara Fish 3. Relational Aesthetics and Art Therapy Catherine Moon II. Psychodynamic Approaches A. Psychoanalytic (Freudian) 4. Discovery and Insight in Art Therapy Judith Rubin 5. Sublimation and Art Therapy--Edith Kramer 5.1. Addendum Sublimation Elizabeth Stone 6. Variations on a Freudian Theme Elinor Ulman 7. Object Relations and Art Therapy Arthur Robbins 7.1 Object Relations Eleanor Irwin 8. Mentalization Based Art Psychotherapy Dominik Havsteen-Franklin B. Analytic Therapy (Jungian) 9. Jungian Art Therapy Nora Swan-Foster 9.1 Jung as Artist & Active Imagination Michael Edwards and Edith Wallace III. Humanistic Approaches 10. Art Therapy: Humanism in Action Bruce Moon 11. Gestalt Art Therapy Janie Rhyne 12. Person-Centered Expressive Arts Therapy Natalie Rogers 13. Positive Art Therapy Gioia Chilton & Rebecca Wilkinson IV. Contemplative Approaches 14. Art Making as Spiritual Path Pat Allen 15. Focusing-Oriented Art Therapy Laury Rappaport 16. Contemplative Art Therapy Michael Franklin V. Cognitive & Neuroscience Approaches 17. Cognitive-Behavioral Art Therapy Marcia Rosal 18. Narrative Art Therapy in Trauma Treatment Linda Gantt & Laura Greenstone 19. CREATE: Art Therapy Relational Neuroscience -Noah Hass-Cohen & Joanna.Clyde Findlay VI. Systemic Approaches 20. Family Art Therapy Barbara Sobol & Paula Howie 21. Group Art Therapy Katherine Williams & Tally Tripp VII. Integrative Approaches 22. Developmental Art Therapy Susan Aach-Feldman & Carole Kunkle-Miller 23. Art Therapy in Creative Education David Henley 24. Using Imagination and All of the Arts in Therapy Shaun McNiff 25. An Eclectic Approach to Art Therapy Harriet Wadeson Conclusion Index.
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The third edition of Approaches to Art Therapy brings together varied theoretical approaches and provides a variety of solutions to the challenge of translating theory to technique. In each chapter, the field's most eminent scholars provide a definition of and orientation to the specific theory or area of emphasis, showing its relevance to art therapy. The third edition includes many new chapters with material on a wide variety of topics including contemplative approaches, DBT, neuroscience, and mentalization while also retaining important and timeless contributions from the pioneers of art therapy. Clinical case examples and over 100 illustrations of patient artwork vividly demonstrate the techniques in practice. Approaches to Art Therapy, 3rd edition, is an essential resource in the assembly of any clinician's theoretical and technical toolbox, and in the formulation of each individual's own approach to art therapy.
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xxxii, 364 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Preface. Acknowledgments. Introduction. Foreword. Contributors. Part 1: Basic Concepts of Dance/Movement Therapy. 1 We Dance from the Moment Our Feet Touch the Earth. 2 The Creative-Artistic Process in Dance/Movement Therapy. 3 Therapeutic Relationships and Kinesthetic Empathy. 4 Dance Therapy: Motion and Emotion . Part 2: The Path from Theory to Practice. 5 BASCICS -An Intra/Interactional Model of DMT with the Adult Psychiatric Patient. 6 Body, Style and Psychotherapy. 7 Family Dance/Movement Therapy: A Systems Model. 8 Becoming Whole Again: Dance/Movement Therapy for Those Who Suffer from Eating Disorders. 9 Dance/Movement Psychotherapy in Early Childhood Treatment and in Pediatric Oncologic. 10 Amazon Journeys- Dance Movement Therapy Interventions in Palliative Care. 11 Dance Movement Therapy and Acquired Brain Trauma Rehabilitation. 12 Dancing with Hope: Dance Therapy with People with Dementia. Part 3: Aspects Integral to the Practice of Dance/Movement Therapy. 13 Laban's Movement Theories: A Dance/Movement Therapist's Perspective. 14 Applying the Kestenberg Movement Profile in Dance/Movement Therapy: An Introduction.15 Emotorics: A Psychomotor Model for the Analysis and Interpretation of Emotive Motor Behavior. 16 Cultural Consciousness and the Global Context of Dance/Movement Therapy. 17 Encouraging Research in Dance/Movement Therapy. Afterword.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138910331 20160619
This second edition of The Art and Science of Dance/Movement Therapy offers a broad understanding of dance/movement therapy as well as an in-depth exploration of how and where it can be used to produce change. The chapters that make up this innovative volume go beyond the basics to offer a unique collection of theoretical perspectives paired with case studies designed to emphasize techniques that can be applied in a variety of settings. In addition to boasting thoroughly expanded versions of all previously published content, this timely reference includes an all new chapter on DMT interventions in palliative care and added references throughout to reflect to the most current knowledge.
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xx, 234 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • List of Contributors Foreword Robert Pascuzzi, MD Preface Acknowledgements Book Cover Description 1. Introduction Juliet King MA, ATR-BC, LPC 2. Neuroscience Concepts in Clinical Practice Lukasz Konopka AM, PhD, ECNS, BCIA-EEG 3. The Expressive Therapies Continuum as a Framework in the Treatment of TrauMA Vija Lusebrink PhD, ATR, HLM and Lisa Hinz PhD, ATR 4. The Image Comes First: Treating Pre-Verbal Trauma with Art TherapY Linda Gantt PhD, ATR-BC and Tally Tripp MA, MSW, LCSW, ATR-BC, CTT 5. Secure Remembrance: Art Therapy Relational Neuroscience Guidelines for Resilient Processing of Traumatic Memories Noah Hass-Cohen Psy-D, ATR-BC 6. Neuroscience and Art Therapy with Severely Traumatized Children: The Art is the Evidence P. Gussie Klorer PhD, ATR-BC, LCPC, LCSW, HLM 7. Practical Applications of Neuroscience in Art Therapy: A Holistic Approach to Treating Trauma in Children Christopher Belkofer PhD, LPC, ATR and Emily Nolan DAT, ATR-BC, LPC 8. A Somatically-Informed Bilateral Art Therapy Protocol for Reprocessing Trauma Tally Tripp MA, MSW, LCSW, ATR-BC, CTT 9. Medical Art Therapy Applied to the Trauma Experienced by those Diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease Deborah Elkis-Abuhoff PhD, LCAT, ATR-BC, BCPC and Morgan Gaydos MA, LCAT, ATR-BC 10. Conclusion Juliet King MA, ATR-BC, LPC and Kerry Kruk MS, LPC, CSAC, ATR-BC.
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Art Therapy, Trauma, and Neuroscience combines theory, research, and practice with traumatized populations in a neuroscience framework. Recognizing the importance of understanding both art therapy and trauma studies as brain-based interventions, some of the most renowned figures in art therapy and trauma use translational and integrative neuroscience to provide theoretical and applied techniques. Therapists will come away from this book with tools for a refined understanding of brain-based interventions in a dynamic yet accessible format.
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xvi, 143 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • A Brief History of Behavioural Approaches in Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. Assessment for Rehabilitation: Integrating Information from Neuropsychological and Behavioural Assessment. Planning a Rehabilitation Programme. Using a Behavioural Framework. Behavioural Approaches to Assessment and Management of People in States of Impaired Consciousness. Behavioural Approaches to the Remediation of Cognitive Deficits. Behavioural Approaches to Disruptive Disorders. Behavioural Approaches to Cooperation with Treatment: The Effects of Mood, Insight and Motivation. Educating Staff and Family Members in the Long Term Management of Behavioural Disorders.
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The potential of behavioural approaches for improving the lives of people with acquired brain injury is immense. Here that potential is laid out and explored with a thoroughgoing regard for clinical practice and the theoretical frameworks that underpin that practice. This book will prove an invaluable resource for clinical psychologists and the whole range of therapists working with patients suffering from acquired brain damage.
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