An Introduction To Common Psychological Disorders: Volume 1

An Introduction To Common Psychological Disorders: Volume 1

by Delroy Constantine-Simms


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This book is a collection of established ideas and thoughts and template essays, which cover common psychological disorder such as personality disorders; general anxiety; Obsessive Compulsion Disorder; Dementia Sleeping disorders; depression; schizophrenia; Autism Spectrum Disorder eating disorders, addictions, self-harm and self-injury; ADHD; and so much more. Each chapter consists of an average of five essays per chapter. All chapters’ summaries in this book include a list of psychological tools, inventories and scales used by clinical psychologists and psychiatrists, supported by academic references. The book also includes a real life case study, which can be used as a template for academic or professional purposes.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781943280643
Publisher: Think Doctor Publications
Publication date: 04/19/2016
Pages: 466
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 1.21(d)

About the Author

Delroy Constantine-Simms is a UK registered Counselling Psychologist and a qualified Therapeutic Career Coach. Constantine-Simms has previously edited the following books and Co-edited Teachers for the Future (1995) The Greatest Taboo: Homosexuality in Black Communities (2001) Hip Hop Had a Dream: Vol. 1 the Artful Movement (2008) Constantine-Simms is the recipient of the 2001 Lambda Award for Best Anthology for his book: The Greatest Taboo: Homosexuality in Black Communities (2001). He is also as freelance print and photojournalist, whose work is regularly submitted and distributed by photo agencies such as Corbis Images and Demotix. His articles and images have appeared in British and international publications such as the Word (Canada) The Big Issue, The Guardian, The Voice Newspaper, Miami Times, and many other publications. He is currently pursuing part time academic study at the University of Oxford (UK)

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