A fully revised and updated edition of this unique and authoritative reference The award-winning A Guide to Treatments that Work , published in 1998, was the first book to assemble the numerous advances in both clinical psychology and psychiatry into one accessible volume. It immediately established itself as an indispensable reference for all mental health practitioners. Now in a fully updated edition, A Guide to Treatments that Work, Second Edition brings together, once again, a distinguished group of psychiatrists and clinical psychologists to take stock of which treatments and interventions actually work, which don't, and what still remains beyond the scope of our current knowledge. The new edition has been extensively revised to take account of recent drug developments and advances in psychotherapeutic interventions. Incorporating a wealth of new information, these eminent researchers and clinicians thoroughly review all available outcome data and clinical trials and provide detailed specification of methods and procedures to ensure effective treatment for each major DSM-IV disorder. As an interdisciplinary work that integrates information from both clinical psychology and psychiatry, this new edition will continue to serve as an essential volume for practitioners of every kind: psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical social workers, counselors, and mental health consultants.Dissociation, psychopathology, and abusive experiences in a nonclinical Latino university student group. Cultural ... Depersonalization after marijuana smoking ... Temporal disintegration and depersonalization during marijuana intoxication.
|Title||:||A Guide To Treatments that Work|
|Author||:||Department of Psychology University of Iowa Peter Nathan Foundation Distinguished Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychiatry Jack M. Gorman Lieber Professor and Vice-Chair for Research, College of Physicians and Surgeons Columbia University|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 2002-01-18|