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Reviewer: John Rolfe Stutesman, AM, PsyD (Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine)
Description: This is a new book that comprehensively describes the application of cognitive-behavioral methods in crisis treatment.
Purpose: The goal is to demonstrate the efficacy of cognitive behavioral strategies as the method of choice in crisis intervention treatment. This is a worthy goal that is a timely (in terms of managed care and health reform) and valuable topic. The book meets its overall objective.
Audience: The book is especially useful for practitioners who provide mental health care in crisis settings. Additionally, clinicians who provide mental health services in managed care, employee assistant, or hospital environments will find the book valuable. The contributors seem well versed in cognitive-behavioral models, crisis theory, and clinical populations.
Features: The index and table of contents are useful, organized guides. Most chapters have up-to-date and pertinent references. However, a few chapters rely upon limited perspectives for crisis theory as well as references pertinent to the particular clinical syndrome under discussion.
Assessment: As is true in any contributed book, the quality of the chapters is uneven, but overall this is a valuable, well-written, and user-friendly book that effectively illustrates the use of cognitive-behavioral methods in crisis situations and provides useful descriptions of clinical phenomena and numerous case examples. Furthermore, many of the authors address the need for integrated treatment plans and recognize that crisis intervention is often a preliminary treatment. However, a broader appreciation for the complexity of human motivation and the curative imperative of the mourning process as an essential feature of any crisis resolution would enhance the value of the book. These drawbacks notwithstanding, this book will be rewarding for both students and practitioners interested in crisis intervention.
John Rolfe Stutesman
This is a new book that comprehensively describes the application of cognitive-behavioral methods in crisis treatment. The goal is to demonstrate the efficacy of cognitive behavioral strategies as the method of choice in crisis intervention treatment. This is a worthy goal that is a timely (in terms of managed care and health reform) and valuable topic. The book meets its overall objective. The book is especially useful for practitioners who provide mental health care in crisis settings. Additionally, clinicians who provide mental health services in managed care, employee assistant, or hospital environments will find the book valuable. The contributors seem well versed in cognitive-behavioral models, crisis theory, and clinical populations. The index and table of contents are useful, organized guides. Most chapters have up-to-date and pertinent references. However, a few chapters rely upon limited perspectives for crisis theory as well as references pertinent to the particular clinical syndrome under discussion. As is true in any contributed book, the quality of the chapters is uneven, but overall this is a valuable, well-written, and user-friendly book that effectively illustrates the use of cognitive-behavioral methods in crisis situations and provides useful descriptions of clinical phenomena and numerous case examples. Furthermore, many of the authors address the need for integrated treatment plans and recognize that crisis intervention is often a preliminary treatment. However, a broader appreciation for the complexity of human motivation and the curative imperative of the mourning process as an essential feature of any crisis resolution would enhance the value of the book. Thesedrawbacks notwithstanding, this book will be rewarding for both students and practitioners interested in crisis intervention.
Booknews
Discusses the applicability of cognitive-behavioral therapy to a broad range of syndromes encountered in crisis intervention situations, including panic disorder, personality disorders, suicidal depression, substance abuse, rape, natural disasters, and family crises. Reviews the literature in each area of crisis intervention, offers case vignettes illustrating specific techniques, and includes coverage of medical management and ethical and legal issues. Useful for professionals, graduate students, and trainees. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR booknews.com

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780898622218
  • Publisher: Guilford Publications, Inc.
  • Publication date: 8/12/1994
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 412
  • Product dimensions: 6.25 (w) x 9.17 (h) x 1.27 (d)

Meet the Author


[bold]Frank M. Dattilio, PhD, ABPP,[/bold] is a clinical associate in psychiatry at the Center for Cognitive Therapy, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. He is also a clinical psychologist in private practice and the clinical director of the Center for Integrative Psychotherapy in Allentown, Pennsylvania. A clinical member and approved supervisor of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, Dr. Dattilio is an adjunct professor of psychology at Lehigh University and has served on the editorial boards of a number of professional journals. His more than 80 publications include the coedited volumes [ital]Cognitive-Behavioral Strategies in Crisis Intervention[/ital] (with Arthur Freeman) and [ital]Cognitive Therapy with Children and Adolescents[/ital] (with Mark A. Reinecke).

(For future use, add the edited volume Case Studies in Couple and Family Therapy)

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Table of Contents

1 Introduction 1
2 Borderline Personality 25
3 Panic Disorder 46
4 Suicide and Depression 67
5 Schizophrenia 104
6 Substance Abuse 119
7 Eating Disorders 137
8 Rape 161
9 Child Sexual Abuse 177
10 Older Adults 200
11 Groups 221
12 Natural Disasters 238
13 Couples Problems 258
14 Families in Crisis 278
15 Partner Violence 302
16 Medical Patients 325
17 Aggressive Patients 345
18 Ethical and Legal Issues 362
19 Medication Management and Medical Crisis 374
Index 403
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