Evaluating Stress: A Book of Resources / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
- Pub. Date:
- Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
These two volumes of Evaluating Stress will be an essential part of any collection where readers need to become aware of the breadth, value, and importance of stress evaluation instruments. Reliable collections of information about stress assessment tools, these volumes will help social workers, counselors, psychiatrists, psychologists, medical doctors, health professionals, researchers, and students choose the most appropriate stress evaluation test. The second volume is the natural continuation of the first, including 17 new instruments of stress assessment. When added to the twenty instruments in volume 1, the user can confidently find the evaluation instruments that will help their clients. This reference tool captures both the diversity and complexity of the field and provides the ideal starting point for social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, mental health practitioners, and researchers who develop or maintain health programs for helping clients reduce stress.
About the Author
Carlos P. Zalaquett is Assistant Director of the Counseling Center at Sam Houston State University. Richard J. Wood has served as the Director of Library Services, Sam Houston State University since 1990. He is coeditor of Library Collection Development Policies: A Reference and Writer's Handbook (Scarecrow, 1996).