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Overview

In recent years, research on psychological factors that contribute to pain has led to the development of a number of effective pain management approaches and techniques. This practical, hands-on guide provides state-of-the-art information on the latest treatment strategies, including operant conditioning, cognitive-behavioral treatment, psychodynamic psychotherapy, biofeedback and relaxation therapy, hypnosis and imagery, group therapy, and pharmacotherapy. Filled with detailed clinical material, the text shows how to specifically tailor psychological treatment programs to patients suffering from a wide range of pain problems.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Reviewer: Patricia A. Cole, PhD (Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago)
Description: This book provides in-depth reviews of psychological approaches to the treatment of chronic pain syndromes, pain that persists despite numerous medical interventions. The 18 chapters, written by leading researchers and clinicians in the area of chronic pain management, provide a comprehensive overview of the various psychological interventions and include chapters dealing with special populations — the elderly and children — and with prevention and program evaluation.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide brief updated reviews of the research and treatment guidelines for psychologists and other healthcare providers involved in the treatment and rehabilitation of chronic pain patients. As the authors point out, chronic pain unresponsive to medical treatment exacts a enormous toll not only in human suffering but also in socioeconomic losses. The book meets the challenge of providing a comprehensive overview of treatment options for this growing problem.
Audience: The intended audience is psychologists or other allied health practitioners (and their students) specializing in the rehabilitation of chronic pain patients. In addition, physicians working in such a setting, especially physiatrists, anesthesiologists, and psychiatrists, could make use of selected chapters. The authors are renowned for their clinical work and research in this area and have written extensively on the topic.
Features: The book contains a few black-and-white illustrations where appropriate; there are numerous tables and flow-charts that clarify treatment guidelines and would be invaluable to the practitioner. The use of therapy scripts gives the beginning or experienced clinician handy tips on proven interventions. References are current and adequately complete for most chapters.
Assessment: The authors have provided an excellent text that provides updated reviews and clear, concise, and comprehensive guidelines for the treatment of patients suffering from persistent pain unresponsive to medical treatment. Several of the chapters, particularly the ones on biofeedback and group and family therapy, are excellent. The chapter on the use of narcotic drugs provides a concise review of the commonly used medications and an excellent if brief review of the controversial use of narcotic analgesics in this population. I highly recommend this book for all clinicians working with chronic pain patients; it will become a standard reference in the area.
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Reviewer: Patricia A. Cole, PhD (Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago)
Description: This book provides in-depth reviews of psychological approaches to the treatment of chronic pain syndromes, pain that persists despite numerous medical interventions. The 18 chapters, written by leading researchers and clinicians in the area of chronic pain management, provide a comprehensive overview of the various psychological interventions and include chapters dealing with special populations — the elderly and children — and with prevention and program evaluation.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide brief updated reviews of the research and treatment guidelines for psychologists and other healthcare providers involved in the treatment and rehabilitation of chronic pain patients. As the authors point out, chronic pain unresponsive to medical treatment exacts a enormous toll not only in human suffering but also in socioeconomic losses. The book meets the challenge of providing a comprehensive overview of treatment options for this growing problem.
Audience: The intended audience is psychologists or other allied health practitioners (and their students) specializing in the rehabilitation of chronic pain patients. In addition, physicians working in such a setting, especially physiatrists, anesthesiologists, and psychiatrists, could make use of selected chapters. The authors are renowned for their clinical work and research in this area and have written extensively on the topic.
Features: The book contains a few black-and-white illustrations where appropriate; there are numerous tables and flow-charts that clarify treatment guidelines and would be invaluable to the practitioner. The use of therapy scripts gives the beginning or experienced clinician handy tips on proven interventions. References are current and adequately complete for most chapters.
Assessment: The authors have provided an excellent text that provides updated reviews and clear, concise, and comprehensive guidelines for the treatment of patients suffering from persistent pain unresponsive to medical treatment. Several of the chapters, particularly the ones on biofeedback and group and family therapy, are excellent. The chapter on the use of narcotic drugs provides a concise review of the commonly used medications and an excellent if brief review of the controversial use of narcotic analgesics in this population. I highly recommend this book for all clinicians working with chronic pain patients; it will become a standard reference in the area.
Patricia A. Cole
This book provides in-depth reviews of psychological approaches to the treatment of chronic pain syndromes, pain that persists despite numerous medical interventions. The 18 chapters, written by leading researchers and clinicians in the area of chronic pain management, provide a comprehensive overview of the various psychological interventions and include chapters dealing with special populations -- the elderly and children -- and with prevention and program evaluation. The purpose is to provide brief updated reviews of the research and treatment guidelines for psychologists and other healthcare providers involved in the treatment and rehabilitation of chronic pain patients. As the authors point out, chronic pain unresponsive to medical treatment exacts a enormous toll not only in human suffering but also in socioeconomic losses. The book meets the challenge of providing a comprehensive overview of treatment options for this growing problem. The intended audience is psychologists or other allied health practitioners (and their students) specializing in the rehabilitation of chronic pain patients. In addition, physicians working in such a setting, especially physiatrists, anesthesiologists, and psychiatrists, could make use of selected chapters. The authors are renowned for their clinical work and research in this area and have written extensively on the topic. The book contains a few black-and-white illustrations where appropriate; there are numerous tables and flow-charts that clarify treatment guidelines and would be invaluable to the practitioner. The use of therapy scripts gives the beginning or experienced clinician handy tips on proven interventions. References are currentand adequately complete for most chapters. The authors have provided an excellent text that provides updated reviews and clear, concise, and comprehensive guidelines for the treatment of patients suffering from persistent pain unresponsive to medical treatment. Several of the chapters, particularly the ones on biofeedback and group and family therapy, are excellent. The chapter on the use of narcotic drugs provides a concise review of the commonly used medications and an excellent if brief review of the controversial use of narcotic analgesics in this population. I highly recommend this book for all clinicians working with chronic pain patients; it will become a standard reference in the area.
Booknews
A handbook that bridges the gap between laboratory research and direct application to the clinical environment, providing practical, current material on many different psychological approaches to the management of patients suffering from diverse pain syndromes. The emphasis in many chapters is on chronic pain, but acute pain, pain associated with cancer, and pain specifically connected with work-related injuries are considered as well. Attention is also given to the developmental issues associated with treatment of children and the elderly. Finally, the roles of mental health specialists in pain consulting, prevention, and outcome are addressed. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780898622928
  • Publisher: Guilford Publications, Inc.
  • Publication date: 3/6/1996
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 519
  • Product dimensions: 7.20 (w) x 10.18 (h) x 1.21 (d)

Meet the Author


Robert J. Gatchel received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Wisconsin in 1973. Dr. Gatchel is currently Professor in the Departments of Psychiatry and Rehabilitation Science at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Professional Psychology and is on the Board of Directors of the American Board of Health Psychology. He has published 10 other books, as well as over 140 journal articles and book chapters. Dr. Gatchel is also the recipient of a Research Scientist Development Award from the National Institutes of Health. His primary clinical and research interests have been in the fields of health psychology and behavioral medicine, with a particular focus on the etiology, assessment, and treatment of chronic pain disability.

Dennis C. Turk is the John and Emma Bonica Professor of Anesthesiology and Pain Research at the University of Washington, Seattle. He is a founding member and currently serves on the Board of Directors of both the International Association for the Study of Pain and the American Pain Society. In 1993, Dr. Turk was the recipient of the Outstanding Scientific Contribution Award from the American Psychological Association, Division of Health Psychology. Dr. Turk has published 9 books and over 190 journal articles and book chapters.

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Table of Contents


I. Conceptual and Psychological Diagnostic Issues
1. Biopsychosocial Perspective on Chronic Pain, Dennis C. Turk
2. Psychological Disorders and Chronic Pain: Cause-and-Effect Relationships, Robert J. Gatchel
II. Treatment Approaches
3. Acute Pain Management, David A. Williams
4. Enhancing Motivation to Change in Pain Treatment, Mark P. Jensen
5. Operant Conditioning with Chronic Pain: Back to Basics, Steven H. Sanders
6. Cognitive-Behavioral Approach to Treatment of Chronic Pain Patients, Laurence A. Bradley
7. Psychodynamic Psychotherapy with Chronic Pain Patients, Roy C. Grzesiak, Gregg M. Ury, and Robert H. Dworkin
8. Biofeedback and Relaxation Therapy for Chronic Pain Disorders, John G. Arena and Edward B. Blanchard
9. Hypnosis and Imagery in the Treatment of Pain, Karen L. Syrjala and Janet R. Abrams
10. Group Therapy for Patients with Chronic Pain, Francis J. Keefe, Pat M. Beaupré, and Karen M. Gil
11. Treating Families of Chronic Pain Patients, Robert D. Kerns and Annette Payne
12. Integration of Pharmacotherapy with Psychological Treatment of Chronic Pain, Peter B. Polatin
III. Special Populations and Topics
13. Controlling Children's Pain, Patricia A. McGrath and Loretta M. Hillier
14. Persistent Pain in the Older Patient: Evaluation and Treatment, William G. Kee, Susan J. Middaugh, and Kim L. Pawlick
15. The Psychologist as a Pain Consultant in Outpatient, Inpatient, and Workplace Settings, Douglas E. DeGood and Joseph R. Dane
16. Strategies for the Prevention of Chronic Pain, Steven J. Linton and Laurence A. Bradley
17. Occupational Rehabilitation: Multidisciplinary Management of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Pain and Disability, Michael Feuerstein and Thomas R. Zastowny
18. Program Evaluation Methods for Documenting Pain Management Effectiveness, Thomas E. Rudy and John A. Kubinski
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