Introduction to Clinical Psychology: An Evidence-Based Approach / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
Hunsley’s Introduction to Clinical Psychology: AnEvidence - Based Approach, 2nd Edition provides clinicalpsychologists with an up-to-date resource that focuses on thescientific method and those clinical practices that are supportedby research. This text offers important opportunities tocontextualize clinical practice. Issues of diversity areexamined while demonstrating how practice differs in populations ofdifferent ages. Current case studies are presented to provide areal-world perspective, while engaging Viewpoint boxes highlightfasinating and important debates.
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About the Author
Dr John Hunsley is a Professor of Psychology at theUniversity of Ottawa. He has authored over 100 articles, chapters, and books on assessment, intervention, professional issues, and evidence-based practice. These include Scientific foundations of clinical assessment (with S. Haynes & G. Smith), A guide to assessments that work (with E. Mash), and Introduction to clinical psychology: An evidence-based perspective (with C. Lee). He is a Fellow of the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA), a Fellow of the CPA Clinical Psychology Section, and a recipient of the CPA Award for Distinguished Contributions to Education and Training in Psychology.
Catherine M. Lee is Interim Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Professor of Psychology at the University of Ottawa. Her research focuses on parental psychopathology, family functioning, and co-parenting. Dr. Lee is a Fellow of the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA). She is an ad hoc reviewer for many granting agencies and scholarly journals and she serves on the editorial boards of Canadian Psychology and of Cognitive and Behavioral Practice. She is the former Chair of the Clinical Section of the CPA and was President of the CPA in 2008-2009.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Evolution of Clinical Psychology.
Chapter 2 Contemporary Clinical Psychology.
Chapter 3 Classification and Diagnosis.
Chapter 4 Research Methods in Clinical Psychology.
Chapter 5 Assessment: Overview.
Chapter 6 Assessment: Interviewing and Observation.
Chapter 7 Assessment: Intellectual and Cognitive Measures.
Chapter 8 Assessment: Self-Report and Projective Measures.
Chapter 9 Assessment: Integration and Clinical Decision-Making.
Chapter 10 Prevention.
Chapter 11 Intervention: Overview.
Chapter12 Intervention: Adults and Couples.
Chapter 13 Intervention: Children and Adolescents.
Chapter14 Intervention: Identifying Key Elements of Change.
Chapter15 HealthPsychology: Clinical Neuropsychology, and Forensic Psychology.
Appendix 1 MajorJournals Relevant to Clinical Psychology.
Appendix 2 Applicationsto Graduate School.