Handbook of Psychological Change: Psychotherapy Processes and Practices for the 21st Century / Edition 1

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This collection of readings presents the state-of-the-art of clinical psychology! Each article, written by an expert in the field, presents the most exciting new developments and coming trends in psychotherapy. The result is a multifaceted preview of psychotherapy in the year 2000 and beyond!

Disc. existential approaches, therapist variables, feminist therapy, older adults, national mental hlth issues, etc.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471241911
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 2/28/2000
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 784
  • Product dimensions: 187.00 (w) x 263.00 (h) x 33.80 (d)

Table of Contents

A Changing History of Efforts to Understand and Control Change: TheCase of Psychotherapy (M. Mahoney).
Randomized Clinical Trials in Psychotherapy Research: Methodology,Design, and Evaluation (D. Haaga & W. Stiles).
Empirically Supported Treatments: A Critical Analysis (R. Ingram,et al.).
Therapist Variables (E. Teyber & F. McClure).
Stalking the Elusive Client Variable in Psychotherapy Research (N.Petry, et al.).
Change at Differing Stages (J. Prochaska).
Hope Theory: Updating a Common Process for Psychological Change (C.Snyder, et al.).
The Long and Short of Psychological Change: Toward a Goal-CenteredUnderstanding of Treatment Durability and Adaptive Success (P.Karoly & C. Anderson).
Enhancing Perceived Control in Psychotherapy (S. Thompson & M.Wierson).
Psychodynamic Approaches to Psychotherapy: Philosophical andTheoretical Foundations of Effective Practice (D. Vakoch & H.Strupp).
Integrative Psychotherapy: Integrating Psychodynamic andCognitive-Behavioral Theory and Technique (D. Westen).
Existential Approaches to Psychotherapy (C. Fischer, et al.)
Interpersonal Psychotherapy (I. Gotlib & P. Schraedley).
Marital Therapy: Theory, Practice, and Empirical Status (D. Baucom,et al.).
Groups as Change Agents (D. Forsyth & J. Corazzini).
Constructivist and Narrative Psychotherapies (R. Neimeyer & A.Stewart).
Feminist Therapy (L. Brown).
Contemporary Behavior Therapy (W. Follette & S. Hayes).
Cognitive and Cognitive Behavioral Therapies (K. Dobson, et al.).
Planned Short-Term Psychotherapies (B. Bloom).
Long-Term Psychotherapy (P. Crits-Christoph & J. Barber).
Psychopharmacology in Conjunction with Psychotherapy (M. Thase).
Psychotherapy with Children and Families (M. Roberts, et al.).
Childhood Maltreatment: Treatment of Abuse and Incest Survivors (A.Litrownik & I. Castillo-CaƱez).
Brief Cognitive-Dynamic Treatment of Stress Response Syndromes (M.Horowitz).
Health Psychology (T. Smith, et al.).
Race and Ethnicity in Psychotherapy Research (B. Gray-Little &D. Kaplan).
Psychotherapy with Older Adults (D. Gallagher-Thompson, et al.).
The Roles of Female Clinical Psychologists in Changing the Field ofPsychotherapy (C. Snyder, et al.).
Future Directions for Prevention Science: From Research to Adoption(K. Heller, et al.).
National Mental Health Issues (C. Kiesler).
Critique of Psychotherapy in American Society (G. Albee).
Psychotherapy: Questions for an Evolving Field (C. Snyder & R.Ingram).
Training Future Psychotherapists (M. Mahoney).

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