History of Psychotherapy: Continuity and Change / Edition 2

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Published 20 years ago, the first edition of History of Psychotherapy (1992) is still considered the most comprehensive and authoritative resource on the subject. Building on the success of its predecessor, this new edition provides timely updates to reflect both the continuity and change in psychotherapy and features additional theory, research, practice, and training. Focusing on critical turning points, 78 eminent authors examine the impact of social, cultural, and economic factors on the development of psychotherapy. Each chapter highlights the historical roots, current manifestations, and future directions of the field. New to this edition are discussions on the emergence of multiculturalism, neuroscience, couples therapy, pharmacotherapy, spirituality and religion, and specialized research centers. Scholarly but engaging, comprehensive but accessible, this updated classic will prove ideal for students, practitioners, and libraries alike.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781433807626
  • Publisher: American Psychological Association
  • Publication date: 7/15/2010
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 802
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 10.20 (h) x 2.00 (d)

Table of Contents


Abbreviated Foreword to the First Edition

Foreword to the Second Edition Rollo May May, Rollo

Preface Stanley Sue Sue, Stanley

I. Prologue: Psychotherapy From 1860 to Today Stanley Sue Sue, Stanley 1

Chapter 1 A Century of Psychotherapy, 1860-1960 Stanley Sue Sue, Stanley 3

Chapter 2 Psychotherapy, 1960 to the Present Robin L. Cautin Cautin, Robin L. 39

II. Psychotherapy Theory Gary R. VandenBos VandenBos, Gary R. 63

Chapter 3 Psychoanalytic Theories of Psychotherapy Gary R. VandenBos VandenBos, Gary R. 65

Chapter 4 Behavioral Theories of Psychotherapy David L. Wolitzky Wolitzky, David L. 101

Chapter 5 Humanistic and Experiential Theories of Psychotherapy Katherine L. Muller Muller, Katherine L. 141

Chapter 6 Family Systems Theories of Psychotherapy Leslie S. Greenberg Greenberg, Leslie S. 173

Chapter 7 Cognitive Theories of Psychotherapy David R. Chabot Chabot, David R. 203

Chapter 8 Multicultural Approaches to Psychotherapy Raymond DiGiuseppe DiGiuseppe, Raymond 243

Chapter 9 Integrative Approaches to Psychotherapy Lillian Comas-Diaz Comas-Diaz, Lillian 269

III. Psychotherapy Research Diane B. Arnkoff Arnkoff, Diane B. 297

Chapter 10 Psychotherapy Research and Its Achievements Diane B. Arnkoff Arnkoff, Diane B. 299

Chapter 11 Unresolved Questions and Future Directions in Psychotherapy Research Michael J. Lambert Lambert, Michael J. 333

Chapter 12 Psychotherapy Research Centers and Groups Clara E. Hill Hill, Clara E. 357

a The Stone Center and Relational Cultural Theory Clara E. Hill Hill, Clara E. 357

b Yale Parenting Center and Child Conduct Clinic Judith V. Jordan Jordan, Judith V. 363

c University of Pennsylvania Center for Psychotherapy Research Alan E. Kazdin Kazdin, Alan E. 370

d SPR Collaborative Research Program on the Development of Psychotherapists Mary Beth Connolly Gibbons Gibbons, Mary Beth Connolly 375

e The Sheffield Leeds Psychotherapy Research Program Ulrike Willutzki Willutzki, Ulrike 382

f The Bern Psychotherapy Research Group David A. Shapiro Shapiro, David A. 389

g Project MATCH Hansjorg Znoj Znoj, Hansjorg 395

h Prescriptive Matching and Systematic Treatment Selection Carlo C. DiClemente DiClemente, Carlo C. 402

i Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety Larry E. Beutler Beutler, Larry E. 408

j Parent Child Interaction Therapy Mark B. Powers Powers, Mark B. 415

k Asian American Center on Disparities Research Sheila Eyberg Eyberg, Sheila 421

l University of Washington Behavioral Research and Therapy Clinics Nolan Zane Zane, Nolan 428

IV. Psychotherapy Practice Marsha M. Linehan Linehan, Marsha M. 437

Chapter 13 Psychotherapy Patients Marsha M. Linehan Linehan, Marsha M. 439

a Children Marsha M. Linehan Linehan, Marsha M. 439

b Adolescents Gerald P. Koocher Koocher, Gerald P. 449

c Older Adults Jennifer Titus Titus, Jennifer 458

d Health and Medical Conditions T.J. McCallum McCallum, T. J. 467

e Client Diversity in Psychotherapy Ronald H. Rozensky Rozensky, Ronald H. 475

Chapter 14 Treatment Modalities Laura S. Brown Brown, Laura S. 485

a Couple Therapy Laura S. Brown Brown, Laura S. 485

b Family Therapy Douglas K. Snyder Snyder, Douglas K. 497

c Group Therapy Florence W. Kaslow Kaslow, Florence W. 505

d Pharmacotherapy Scott Baldwin Baldwin, Scott 516

e Integration of Spirituality and Religion Into Psychotherapy Morgan T. Sammons Sammons, Morgan T. 533

Chapter 15 Psychotherapy for Specific Disorders Everett L. Worthington, Jr. Worthington, Everett L., Jr. 545

a Depression Everett L. Worthington, Jr. Worthington, Everett L., Jr. 545

b Anxiety Disorders Lynn P. Rehm Rehm, Lynn P. 561

c Substance Abuse Barry E. Wolfe Wolfe, Barry E. 574

d Borderline Personality Disorder Anne Helene Skinstad Skinstad, Anne Helene 588

e Schizophrenia Anthony W. Bateman Bateman, Anthony W. 601

V. Psychotherapy Education and Training Gary R. VandenBos VandenBos, Gary R. 613

Chapter 16 Training Systems and Sites Gary R. VandenBos VandenBos, Gary R. 615

a PhD Programs Gary R. VandenBos VandenBos, Gary R. 615

b PsyD Programs Elizabeth A. Klonoff Klonoff, Elizabeth A. 630

c Internship and Postdoctoral Residency George Stricker Stricker, George 640

d Licensing and Credentialing Carol Webb Webb, Carol 651

e Continuing Education in Psychology Emil Rodolfa Rodolfa, Emil 663

f Department of Veterans Affairs Jennifer M. Taylor Taylor, Jennifer M. 673

g Medical Schools and Academic Health Centers Wade E. Pickren Pickren, Wade E. 684

h Training Audiotapes and Videotapes Danny Wedding Wedding, Danny 693

Chapter 17 Psychotherapy Supervision Gary R. VandenBos VandenBos, Gary R. 703

Chapter 18 Ethics in Psychotherapy Allen K. Hess Hess, Allen K. 723

VI. Epilogue: Conclusions and the Future Gerald P. Koocher Koocher, Gerald P. 741

Chapter 19 Into the Future: Retrospect and Prospect in Psychotherapy Gerald P. Koocher Koocher, Gerald P. 743

Index Gary R. VandenBos VandenBos, Gary R. 761

Editors Gary R. VandenBos VandenBos, Gary R. 801

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