Case Conceptualization and Treatment Planning: Integrating Theory With Clinical Practice / Edition 2

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Overview

Learn to develop treatment plans using any theoretical perspective

Using compelling client interviews and skill-building exercises, this text shows students how to develop effective case conceptualizations and treatment plans. Case Conceptualization and Treatment Planning presents a comprehensive model that simplifies a task that is potentially overwhelming to a student—figuring out how to tailor clinical work to the specific background and values of a client. This new edition has been thoroughly revised and expanded, including the addition of two new theoretical orientations: feminist perspective and constructivist perspective.

Key Features

  • Interviews that challenge students to gain an understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of diverse clients as well as develop an awareness of biases therapists may bring to the treatment process
  • Exercises that help students learn to tailor their written treatment plans to the model chosen for supporting client growth
  • Theoretical models that challenge students to think critically about cases using behavioral, cognitive, feminist, emotion-focused, dynamic, family systems, constructivist, and transtheoretical perspectives

Instructor's Resources Available

Visit http://www.sagepub.com/pberman2instr/for the password-protected instructor's materials including seven procedures that describe how instructors can use class time to build students’ skills at developing case conceptualizations and treatment plans; grading criteria; tips for instructor feedback to student work; and essay exam questions.

This text is suitable for professionals and students in clinical psychology, counseling psychology, psychiatry, social work, human services, and nursing.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781412968904
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Publication date: 11/2/2009
  • Edition description: Second Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 408
  • Sales rank: 306,590
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Pearl S. Berman, Ph D, is a licensed psychologist who is a professor of psychology and a clinical supervisor within the doctoral program in psycho­logy at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She received her BA in psychology from Brandeis University in 1977 and her Ph D in clinical psychology from Bowling Green State University in 1983. Her areas of clinical and research expertise include child physical and sexual abuse, neglect, spousal violence, violence prevention, and professional training. She is the author of three doctoral-level books. Her first book is titled Therapeutic Exercises for Victimized and Neglected Girls: Applications for Individual, Family, and Group Psychotherapy (Professional Resource Press, 1994). Her second book was the first edition of Case Conceptualization and Treatment Planning: Exercises in Integrating Theory With Clinical Practice (SAGE Publications, 1997); this book was translated into Korean by Hak Ji Sa in 2007. The second edition of this book was published by Sage in 2010. Her third book is Interviewing and Diagnostic Exercises for Clinical and Counseling Skills Building with her colleague Susan Shopland, Psy.D (Lawrence Erlbaum & Associates, 2005). She has also published eight book chapters and eleven professional articles. She has presented 55 professional papers and 13 professional workshops in her areas of expertise. In addition, she has taught 5 undergraduate and 12 doctoral-level courses in psychology. Finally, she is a member of many professional groups working toward the cessation of victimization, including the American Psychological Association, the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children, the Association of Women in Psychology, the National Partnership to End Interpersonal Violence, The National Committee to Prevent Elder Abuse, and the Southern Poverty Law Center, and the National Organization for Women.

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Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
Ch 1. Developing Case Conceptualizations and Treatment Plans
Selecting a Theoretical Perspective
Key Features in Developing a Case Conceptualization
Key Features in Developing a Treatment Plan
Conclusions
Ch 2. The Complexity of Human Experience
Domain of Age
Domain of Gender
Domain of Race and Ethnicity
Domain of Sexual Orientation
Domain of Socioeconomic guidelines
Domain of Violence
Conclusions
Ch 3. Behavioral Case Conceptualizations and Treatment Plans
Introduction to Behavioral Theory
Case Application
Behavioral Case Conceptualization of Jeff: Historically Based Style Integrating the Domain of Violence
Behavioral Treatment Plan: Historically Based Style
Practice Case for Student Conceptualization
Red Flag Age Guidelines
Information Received From Phone Intake
Interview With Kevin From a Behavioral Perspective
Exercises for Developing a Case Conceptualization of Kevin Integrating the Domain of Age
Recommended Resources
Ch 4. Cognitive Case Conceptualizations and Treatment Plans
Introduction to Cognitive Theory
Case Application
Cognitive Case Conceptualization of Marie: Diagnosis-Based Style Integrating the Domain of Gender
Practice Case for Student Conceptualization
Exercises for Developing a Case Conceptualization of Eric Integrating the Domain of Sexual Orientation
Recommended Resources
Ch 5. Feminist Case Conceptualizations and Treatment Plans
Introduction to Feminist Theory
Case Application
Feminist Conceptualization of John: Assumption-Based Style Integrating the Domain of Race and Ethnicity
Practice Case of Student Conceptualization
Exercises for Developing a Case Conceptualization of Sharon Integrating the Domain of Socioeconomic Status
Recommended Resources
Ch 6. Emotion-Focused Case Conceptualizations and Treatment Plans
Introduction to Emotion-Focused Theory
Case Application
Emotion-Focused Conceptualization of Ellen Interpersonally-Based Style
Practice Case for Student Conceptualization
Exercises for Developing a Case Conceptualization of Nicole
Recommended Resources
Ch 7. Dynamic Case Conceptualizations and Treatment Plans
Introduction to Dynamic theory
Case Application
Dynamic Case Conceptualization of Sergio: Assumption-Based Style Integrating Domain of Race and Ethnicity
Practice Case for Student Conceptualization
Exercises for Developing a Case Conceptualization of Claude Integrating the Domain of Gender Recommended Resources
Ch 8. Family Systems Case Conceptualizations and Treatment Plans
Introduction to Family Systems Theory
Case Application
Family Systems Case Conceptualization of Alice: Symptom-Based Style Integrating the Domain of Age
Practice Case for Student Conceptualization
Exercises for Developing a Case Conceptualization of Tanisha and Marcus Integrating the Doman of Race and Ethnicity
Recommended Resources
Ch 9. Constructivist Case Conceptualizations and Treatment Plans
Introduction to Constructivist Theory
Case Application
Constructivist Case Conceptualization of Zechariah: Symptom-Bases Style Integrating the Doman of Socioeconomic Status
Practice Case for Student Conceptualization
Exercises for Developing a Case Conceptualization of Josephina Integrating the Domain of Violence
Recommended Resources
Ch 10. Transtheoretical Case Conceptualizations and Treatment Plans
Introduction to Transtheoretical Theory
Case Application
Transtheoretical Case Conceptualization of Jake: Theme-Based Style Integrating the Domain of Violence
Practice Case for Student Conceptualization
Exercises for Developing a Case Conceptualization of Kayla Integrating the Domain of Race and Ethnicity
Recommended Resources
Ch 11. Discussion and Extension of the Model
Theory and Quality Care
Knowledge of Human Complexity and Quality Care
Case Conceptualization and Treatment Planning Over Time
Strategies for Discussing Differences in Race and Ethnicity With Clients
Conclusions
Red Flag Guidelines for Building a Case Conceptualization and Treatment Plan
References
About the Author
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