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340 p. ; 22 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-524-01, LAW-560-01
x, 594 p. ; 25 cm.
  • Delirium, dementia, and amnestic and other cognitive disorders
  • Mental disorders due to a general medical condition
  • Substance-related disorders
  • Schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders
  • Mood disorders
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Somatoform disorders
  • Factitious disorder
  • Dissociative disorders
  • Sexual and gender identity disorders
  • Eating disorders
  • Sleep disorders
  • Impulse-control disorders not elsewhere classified
  • Adjustment disorder
  • Personality disorders
  • Disorders usually first diagnosed in infancy, childhood, or adolescence
  • Other factors that may need clinical attention
  • Evaluating the mental health patient
  • Appendices
  • Index.
With the publication of DSM-IV, mental health practitioners are faced with the challenge of quickly learning a whole new set of diagnostic standards. Providing a simple way rapidly to become conversant with all DSM-IV categories as well as its many new criteria, this book translates DSM-IV data into a concise, accessible format, explicating and illustrating all the criteria in clear, jargon-free language. It discusses, illustrates, and interprets the criteria for every DSM-IV diagnosis. Over 100 vivid case histories give the reader a flavor of the disorder described and provide a framework for understanding the diagnostic criteria. In each, the author walks the reader through the process in step-by-step detail, discussing how he arrives at a five-axis diagnosis. Helpful features include quick guides at the beginning of every chapter pointing the way to the sought after diagnosis; tips highlighting information that will help clinicians make the diagnosis; sidelights containing historical information and other interesting facts, and editorial comments discussing diagnosis, patients, and clinical issues. This book will be invaluable to all mental health clinicians who want a quick and painless way to learn the DSM-IV criteria, psychologists and social workers studying for their state licensing exam, and graduate students taking courses in abnormal behavior and psychopathology.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780898625684 20160605
Law Library (Crown)
xii, 186 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Preface. Abbreviations. Chronology. 1. The Lives of C. G. Jung. 2. Introducing Jungian Theory. 3. The Goddess and the Feminine Principle: Gender and the Feminine After Jung (1) Grand Theory. 4. Jungian Feminisms?: Gender and the Feminine after Jung (2) Personal Myth. 5. Jungian Feminisms in Deconstruction and Post-Freudian Feminism. 6. Postmodern Jungian Feminisms: Alchemy, the Body, the Postmodern Sublime, Narrative Form and the Gothic. Notes. Glossary. Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780745625164 20160528
"Jung: A Feminist Revision" explores the relationship between feminist theory and Jungian studies. It combines an original student-friendly introduction to Jung, his life and work, his treatment of gender and the range of post-Jungian gender theory, with new research linking Jung to deconstruction, post-Freudian feminism, postmodernism, the sublime, and the postmodern body. Feminism has neglected Jung to its own detriment. While evaluating the reasons for this neglect, "Jung: A Feminist Revision" uses the diversity of feminist critical tools from historical analysis to poststructuralism. In a fresh and illuminating study, this book provides both a critique of Jung and demonstrates his positive potential for future feminisms. New theories are explored which develop relationships between the work of Jung and Jacques Lacan, Luce Irigaray, Helene Cixous, Julia Kristeva and Judith Butler. Particular attention is paid to the growth of post-Jungian studies of gender. This includes a cogent study of the tradition of Jungian feminism that looks to 'the feminine principle' and narratives of goddesses. Jungian 'goddess' feminism's enduring appeal is re-examined in the context of postmodern re-thinking of subjectivity and gender. The book proposes a re-orientation of Jungian studies in its relationship to feminism. The result is an accessible text that introduces Jung and sets out his relevance to contemporary feminisms. This book will be essential reading for undergraduates and postgraduates studying feminist theory, psychoanalytical theory, literature and psychology.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780745625164 20160528
Law Library (Crown)
x, 304 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Doctors and lawyers : why can't we all just get along?
  • Mental illness : making myths or genuine disorders?
  • Civil commitment : how civil?
  • The right to refuse medication : when can I just say no?
  • Seclusion : the path of least resistance?
  • Mechanical restraints : loosening the bonds
  • Imcompetency and impairment : choices made, choices denied
  • Self-binding : Ulysess at the mast
  • Conclusion.
It has been said that how a society treats its least well-off members speaks volumes about its humanity. If so, out treatment of the mentally ill suggests that American society is inhumane: swinging between overintervention and utter neglect, we sometimes force extreme treatments on those who do not want them, and at other times discharge mentally ill patients who do want treament without providing adequate resources for their care in the community. Focusing on overinterventionist approaches, "Refusing Care" asks, if ever, the mentally ill should be treated against their will. Basing her analysis on case and empirical studies, Elyn R. Saks explores dilemmas raised by forced treatment in three contexts - civil commitment (forced hospitalization for noncriminals), medication, and seclusion and restraints. Saks argues that the best way to solve each of these dilemmas is, paradoxically, to be both more protective of individual autonomy and more paternalistic than current law calls for. For instance, while Saks advocates relaxing the standards for first commitment after a psychotic episode, she also would prohibit extreme mechanical restraints (such as tying someone spread-eagled to a bed). Finally, because of the often extreme prejudice against the mentally ill in American society, Saks proposes standards that, as much as possible, should apply equally to non-mentally ill and mentally ill people alike. Mental health professionals, lawyers, disability rights activists and anyone who wants to learn more about the way the mentally ill are treated - and "ought" to be treated - in the United States should read "Refusing Care".
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780226733975 20160528
Law Library (Crown)
1 videodisc (90 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
A satire in which the U.S. president and his military advisors struggle ineptly to avert a holocaust after a psychotic Air Force general launches a nuclear attack on the Soviet Union because he fears that the Russians are poisoning the water supply in the United States.
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-3510-01, LAW-560-01
xxxvii, 943 p. ; 26 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
xxxix, 486 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
  • Analyst and analysand --Complexes by day and demons by night
  • From associations to Archetypes
  • Are archetypes necessary?
  • Individuation : the process of becoming whole
  • Persona and shadow
  • Anima and animus : the opposites within
  • Circumambulating the self
  • Understanding our dreams
  • Dreaming the dream onward : active imagination
  • Psychological types : key to communication
  • Psyche in the world
  • Religion, and other approaches to the unknowable
  • We were born dying.
Law Library (Crown)
xx, 310 p. ; 22 cm.
  • Honoring symptoms as a voice of the soul
  • The myth of family and childhood
  • Self-love and its myth : narcissus and narcissism
  • Love's initiations
  • Jealousy and envy : healing poisons
  • The soul and power
  • Gifts of depression
  • The body's poetics of illness
  • The economics of soul : work, money, failure, and creativity
  • The need for myth, ritual, and a spiritual life
  • Wedding spirituality and soul
  • Beauty and the reanimation of things
  • The sacred arts of life.
A therapist draws on the world's religions, music, art, and his own experiences with patients to examine the connections between spirituality and the problems of individuals and society.
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-560-01, LAWGEN-103Q-01
xxiii, 266 p. ; 21 cm.
  • Personifying or imagining things
  • Pathologizing or falling apart
  • Psychologizing or seeing through
  • Dehumanizing or soul-making.
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-560-01, LAWGEN-103Q-01
xxv, 335 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction: The shadow side of everyday life / Jeremiah Abrams and Connie Zweig
  • The long bag we drag behind us / Robert Bly
  • The evolution of the shadow / Edward C. Whitmont
  • What the shadow knows : an interview with John A. Sanford / D. Patrick Miller
  • The shadow in history and literature / Anthony Stevens
  • Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde / John A. Sanford
  • The realization of the shadow in dreams / Marie-Louise von Franz
  • Finding the shadow in daily life / William A. Miller
  • Creating the false self / Harville Hendrix
  • Rejection and betrayal / Robert M. Stein
  • The underside of the mother-daughter relationship / Kim Chernin
  • Parenting and your child's shadow / John A. Sanford
  • Sisters and brothers casting shadows / Christine Downing
  • My brother/myself / Daryl Sharp
  • Meeting our opposites in husbands and wives / Maggie Scarf
  • Shadow dancing in the marriage zone / Michael Ventura
  • The body as shadow / John P. Conger
  • Anatomy of evil / John C. Pierrakos
  • The light of health, the shadow of illness / Larry Dossey
  • Illness as descent into the body / Alfred J. Ziegler
  • The demonic side of sexuality / Adolf Guggenbühl-Craig
  • Meeting the shadow at work / Bruce Shackleton
  • The dark side of success / John R. O'Neill
  • Quacks, charlatans, and false prophets / Adolf Guggenbühl-Craig
  • Using our flaws and faults / Marsha Sinetar
  • When technology wounds / Chellis Glendinning
  • Wilderness as a victim of progress / Peter Bishop
  • The shadow in Christianity / David Steindl-Rast
  • Meeting the dark side in spiritual practice / William Carl Eichman
  • Encountering the shadow in Buddhist America / Katy Butler
  • The shadow of the enlightened guru / Georg Feuerstein
  • A heretic in a New Age community / W. Brugh Joy
  • The shadow in astrology / Liz Greene
  • The Devil in the Tarot / Sallie Nichols
  • New Age fundamentalism / John Babbs
  • The problem of evil today / C.G. Jung
  • The dangers of innocence / Rollo May
  • Healing human evil / M. Scott Peck
  • Redeeming our devils and demons / Stephen A. Diamond
  • The basic dynamic of human evil / Ernest Becker
  • Acknowledging our inner split / Andrew Bard Schmookler
  • The enemy maker / Sam Keen
  • Us and them / Fran Peavey (with Myrna Levy and Charles Varon)
  • The chauvinist mind / Susan Griffin
  • America's outsiders / Audre Lorde
  • The U.S.-Soviet mirror / Jerome S. Bernstein
  • Doubling and the Nazi doctors / Robert Jay Lifton
  • Why psychopaths do not rule the world / Adolf Guggenbühl-Craig
  • Who are the criminals? / Jerry Fjerkenstad
  • Devils on the freeway / James Yandell
  • The cure of the shadow / James Hillman
  • Tale of a descent into hell / Sheldon B. Kopp
  • The belly of the whale / Joseph Campbell
  • The usefulness of the useless / Gary Toub
  • Working with women's dreams / Karen Signell
  • Emergence of the shadow in midlife / Janice Brewi and Anne Brennan
  • For the man at midlife / Daniel J. Levinson
  • How to deal with evil / Liliane Frey-Rohn
  • Taking responsibility for your shadow / Ken Wilber
  • Eating the shadow / Robert Bly
  • Taking back the disowned self / Nathaniel Branden
  • Dialogue with the demonic self / Hal Stone and Sidra Winkelman
  • Taming the shameful inner voice / John Bradshaw
  • Learning active imagination / Barbara Hannah
  • Drawing the shadow / Linda Jacobson
  • Writing about the other / Deena Metzger.
Law Library (Crown)
xiii, 205 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
  • The feminine principle
  • The art of psychotherapy
  • The archetypal foundations of the therapeutic process
  • Psychotherapy grounded in the feminine principle
  • The role of masculine
  • An archetypal perspective
  • Two clinical examples
  • The disliked patient.
Law Library (Crown)