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Effective Short Term Counselling within the Primary Care Setting

Effective Short Term Counselling within the Primary Care Setting Author Valerie Garrett
ISBN-10 9780429913075
Release 2018-02-10
Pages 244
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This book covers two distinct yet related topics: the primary care setting and the counselling carried out within it, and it can be dipped into or read straight through.Part One, using psychodynamic and systems theory, explores the holding environment of primary care, the interpersonal relationships within the primary care team, and other variables affecting counselling in a medical organisational setting.Part Two takes the counsellor through the 'how' of using psychodynamic and Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) approaches within short-term contracts in this setting. Case studies and scenarios are given to illustrate these. The counsellor is guided through assessing the patient's counselling needs either within a psychodynamic or CBT model or to formulate a 'tailor-made' short-term contract, using elements drawn from psychodynamic, CBT, and supportive counselling.



Case Documentation in Counseling and Psychotherapy A Theory Informed Competency Based Approach

Case Documentation in Counseling and Psychotherapy  A Theory Informed  Competency Based Approach Author Diane R. Gehart
ISBN-10 9781305545120
Release 2015-02-27
Pages 560
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CASE DOCUMENTATION IN COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY teaches counselors and psychotherapists how to apply counseling theories in real-world settings. Written in a clear, down-to-earth style, the text provides a comprehensive introduction to case documentation using four commonly used clinical forms: case conceptualization, clinical assessment, treatment plan, and progress note. These documents incorporate counseling theory and help new practitioners understand how to use theory in everyday practice. Case studies illustrate how to complete documentation using each of seven counseling models. Readers also learn about the evidence base for each theory as well as applications for specific populations. Designed to produce measurable results that have value beyond the classroom, the text employs learning-centered, outcome-based pedagogy to engage students in an active learning process. Its case documentation assignments-created using national standards-help students apply concepts and develop professional skills early on in their training. When students become practicing mental health professionals they can use this book-with its practical overviews of theories, conceptualization, treatment planning, and documentation-as a clinical reference manual. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



Cambridge Handbook of Psychology Health and Medicine

Cambridge Handbook of Psychology  Health and Medicine Author Susan Ayers
ISBN-10 9781139465267
Release 2007-08-23
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Health psychology is a rapidly expanding discipline at the interface of psychology and clinical medicine. This new edition is fully reworked and revised, offering an entirely up-to-date, comprehensive, accessible, one-stop resource for clinical psychologists, mental health professionals and specialists in health-related matters. There are two new editors: Susan Ayers from the University of Sussex and Kenneth Wallston from Vanderbilt University Medical Center. The prestigious editorial team and their international, interdisciplinary cast of authors have reconceptualised their much-acclaimed handbook. The book is now in two parts: part I covers psychological aspects of health and illness, assessments, interventions and healthcare practice. Part II covers medical matters listed in alphabetical order. Among the many new topics added are: diet and health, ethnicity and health, clinical interviewing, mood assessment, communicating risk, medical interviewing, diagnostic procedures, organ donation, IVF, MMR, HRT, sleep disorders, skin disorders, depression and anxiety disorders.



Correctional Counseling and Rehabilitation

Correctional Counseling and Rehabilitation Author Patricia Van Voorhis
ISBN-10 9781317360018
Release 2016-05-23
Pages 436
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Correctional Counseling and Rehabilitation, 9th ed., presents foundations of correctional intervention, including overviews of the major systems of therapeutic intervention, diagnosis of mental illness, and correctional assessment and classification. Now fully updated to reflect DSM-5, its detailed descriptions and cross-approach comparisons help students prepare for a career in correctional counseling and allow working professionals to better determine which techniques might be most useful in their particular setting. The content is divided into five parts: (1) A Professional Framework for Correctional Counseling; (2) Understanding the Special Challenges Faced by the Correctional Counselor in the Prison Setting; (3) Offender Assessment, Diagnosis, and Classification; (4) Contemporary Approaches to Correctional Counseling and Treatment, (5) Interventions for Special Populations, and (6) Putting It All Together. The book is appropriate for upper-level undergraduates and graduate students in Criminal Justice and Criminology, Psychology, and Social Work programs as well as correctional counseling practitioners.



The therapeutic environment

The therapeutic environment Author Richard J. Hazler
ISBN-10 UOM:39015053373794
Release 2001-06-01
Pages 148
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Psychology bookshelves are filled with texts on different theories of how to do therapy and why one specific theory will work better than all the others. Yet the fact is research proves over and over again that all theories can work under the right conditions. This book takes a unique look at the specifics of those conditions that are facilitative to all forms of therapy, and how they are identified in different theories.The diverse experiences and viewpoints of an American humanistic therapist and a British psychodynamic therapist are brought together to explore the essential conditions needed for therapy to succeed. Extensive use of first-hand examples and thorough academic support combine to create vivid text, a sound theoretical base and practical therapeutic applications. The opening chapters draw on substantial research evidence which suggests that all theoretical approaches are equally effective in the hands of good therapists. It proposes that an important factor contributing to this effectiveness is the environment in which therapy is practised. Three central chapters give in-depth explorations of the unique ways in which the broad theoretical orientations of Psychodynamic, Existential-Humanistic, and Cognitive-Behavioural deal with the philosophy, labelling, function, perspective and implementation of a facilitative environment. A concluding chapter synthesizes information from these diverse orientations to identify core commonalities and critical differences between how therapists from different theoretical persuasions develop common understandings, maintain working client relationships and regulate their personal involvement in therapy.



Understanding the Counselling Relationship

Understanding the Counselling Relationship Author Colin Feltham
ISBN-10 0761957855
Release 1999-09-13
Pages 244
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`This book presents contrasting views of the relationship between the counsellor, or therapist, and the client, as held by practioners from diverse theoretical orientations. Each chapter clarifies and considers the elements of the counselling relationship which have the most bearing on therapeutic practice and the strengths of each are highlighted in terms of understanding, theory and skills' - The New Therapist It is now widely accepted that the therapeutic relationship - referred to here as the counselling relationship - may be the most significant element in effective practice. Understanding the Counselling Relationship presents contrasting views of the relationship between the counsellor or therapi



BMJ

BMJ Author
ISBN-10 UCLA:L0076230762
Release 1997
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BMJ has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from BMJ also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full BMJ book for free.



Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in Mental Health Care

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in Mental Health Care Author Alec Grant
ISBN-10 9781446206010
Release 2010-02-17
Pages 328
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This second edition provides an accessible and thorough overview of the practice of CBT within mental health care. Updates and additions include: - Revised chapters on the therapeutic relationship and case formulation - New material on personality disorders and bipolar disorder - New material on working with diversity - Content on the multidisciplinary context of CBT, the service user perspective, CBT from a holistic perspective - Developments within the cognitive behavioural psychotherapies - Continous professional development for the CBT practitioner - Photocopiable worksheets linked to case studies. Already a tried-and-tested guide for trainee psychologists and psychotherapists, as well as clinicians in mental health services and private practices, this text is also of value to practitioners who need refresher courses in CBT.



Psychodynamic Techniques

Psychodynamic Techniques Author Karen J. Maroda
ISBN-10 9781462509591
Release 2012-01-01
Pages 274
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Helping therapists navigate the complexities of emotional interactions with clients, this book provides practical clinical guidelines. Master clinician Karen J. Maroda adds an important dimension to the psychodynamic literature by exploring the role of both clients' and therapists' emotional experiences in the process of therapy. Vivid case examples illustrate specific techniques for becoming more attuned to one's own experience of a client; offering direct feedback and self-disclosure in the service of treatment goals; and managing intense feelings and conflict in the relationship. Maroda clearly distinguishes between therapeutic and nontherapeutic ways to work with emotion in this candid and instructive guide.



Proceedings of the British Psychological Society

Proceedings of the British Psychological Society Author British Psychological Society
ISBN-10 UOM:39015078282905
Release 1998
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Proceedings of the British Psychological Society has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Proceedings of the British Psychological Society also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Proceedings of the British Psychological Society book for free.



Counselling in primary health care

Counselling in primary health care Author Jane Keithley
ISBN-10 UOM:39015034440076
Release 1995-04-01
Pages 308
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Counseling is playing an increasingly important role in primary health care. This book is written particularly for members of the primary health care team to help them clarify what counseling is, which of their patients it may help and in what ways, and who can undertake it. It also contributes to the debate about how to monitor and evaluate a counseling service and how such a service can best fit into team care. The chapter authors include a client of counseling, doctors, nurses, and counselors in the primary health care team, and specialist counselors from other settings.



Cognitive Therapy and the Emotional Disorders

Cognitive Therapy and the Emotional Disorders Author Aaron T. Beck
ISBN-10 9781101659885
Release 1979-10-01
Pages 368
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Is the emotionally disturbed person a victim of forces beyond his awareness, over which he has no control? This is the belief on which neuropsychiatry, psychoanalysis, and behavior therapy are all based. But what if this premise is wrong? What if a person’s psychological difficulties stem from his own erroneous assumptions and faulty concepts of himself and the world? Such a person can be helped to recognize and correct distortions in thinking that cause his emotional disturbance. Now one of the founders of cognitive therapy has written a clear, comprehensive guide to its theory and practice, highlighting such important concepts as: · Learning the meaning of hidden messages · Listening to your automatic thoughts · The role of sadness, anger, and anxiety · Understanding and overcoming phobias and depression · Applying the cognitive system of therapy to specific problems “A book by a significant contributor to our knowledge… immensely readable, logical, and coherent… This is Beck at his best.”—Psychiatry From the Trade Paperback edition.



Psychodynamic Therapy

Psychodynamic Therapy Author Richard F. Summers
ISBN-10 9781462509706
Release 2012-11-01
Pages 355
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Presenting a pragmatic, evidence-based approach to conducting psychodynamic therapy, this engaging guide is firmly grounded in contemporary clinical practice and research. The book reflects an openness to new influences on dynamic technique, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy and positive psychology. It offers a fresh understanding of the most common problems for which patients seek help -- depression, obsessionality, low self-esteem, fear of abandonment, panic, and trauma -- and shows how to organize and deliver effective psychodynamic interventions. Extensive case material illustrates each stage of therapy, from engagement to termination. Special topics include ways to integrate individual treatment with psychopharmacology and with couple or family work.



Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for PTSD

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for PTSD Author Claudia Zayfert
ISBN-10 1606237772
Release 2006-11-27
Pages 252
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Presenting clear-cut strategies for working with traumatized patients who have multiple co-occurring disorders and life problems, this highly practical manual puts an array of proven cognitive-behavioral strategies at the clinician's fingertips. The authors illustrate the "whats," "whys," and "how-tos" of exposure, cognitive restructuring, and other effective techniques for treating posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and show how to organize interventions within a systematic yet flexible case formulation. Throughout, detailed clinical material shows exactly what the process of therapy looks like and offers guidance for overcoming treatment hurdles. More than 20 reproducible clinical tools are included. See also the related self-help guide, When Someone You Love Suffers from Posttraumatic Stress, an ideal recommendation for clients and their family members.



A Short Introduction to Counselling Psychology

A Short Introduction to Counselling Psychology Author Vanja Orlans
ISBN-10 9781446241110
Release 2008-12-19
Pages 144
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"Covering key issues in the development of counselling psychology, this text is ideal for psychologists considering entering counselling psychology training or those who have already started on this path" Stephen Palmer, Professor of Psychology, City University. "This book provides a thorough yet accessible introduction to counselling psychology. Written in a highly engaging manner, this timely publication will undoubtedly provide an invaluable resource to all that read it" Ewan Gillon, Senior Lecturer in Counselling Psychology, Glasgow Caledonian University A Short Introduction to Counselling Psychology brings together a wide range of information on the theory and practice of counselling psychology, written through the lens of direct practitioner experience and incorporating a global perspective. The authors offer views on cutting-edge issues in counselling psychology, discussing: - the social and historical context - philosophical considerations - the professional knowledge base - training requirements and paths, careers and practice - the tasks, challenges and debates that practitioners deal with in different settings. This accessible introduction is of special interest to students considering a career in counselling psychology, and to professionals involved in the training and supervision of counselling psychologists. As both an up-to-date review of professional developments in relation to the field of counselling psychology and also more broadly, senior practitioners should welcome this resource as a reference covering all aspects of the present professional setting.



Psychotherapy for Depression

Psychotherapy for Depression Author Toksoz B. Karasu
ISBN-10 UOM:39015019599458
Release 1990
Pages 199
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The author explores three psychotherapeutic approaches to depression - psychodynamic, cognitive and interpersonal. He shows that they are conceptually different but potentially complementary.



Kaplan and Sadock s Synopsis of Psychiatry Behavioral Sciences Clinical Psychiatry

Kaplan and Sadock s Synopsis of Psychiatry  Behavioral Sciences Clinical Psychiatry Author Benjamin J. Sadock
ISBN-10 9781451178616
Release 2011-12-26
Pages 1472
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The best-selling general psychiatry text since 1972, Kaplan and Sadock's Synopsis of Psychiatry is now in its thoroughly updated Tenth Edition. This complete, concise overview of the entire field of psychiatry is a staple board review text for psychiatry residents and is popular with a broad range of students and practitioners in medicine, clinical psychology, social work, nursing, and occupational therapy. The book is DSM-IV-TR compatible and replete with case studies and tables, including ICD-10 diagnostic coding tables. You will also receive access to the complete, fully searchable online text, an online test bank of approximately 100 multiple-choice questions and full answers, and an online image bank at www.synopsisofpsychiatry.com.