Clinical Psychology: A Professional Perspective

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Clinical Psychology: A Professional Perspective

is a combination of humor, sarcasm and wit, written by a career Clinical Psychologist / Emergency Services Mental Health Counselor.

John "Jack" Walsh was a clinical psychologist, a forensic psychologist who worked with SLED (SC Law Enforcement Dept) and a liaison among the following: the police, sheriffs, jails, hospital emergency rooms and those inflicted with a mental illness.

To effectively do this, he went on many ride-alongs with local police and sheriffs. He also held informative classes, in an effort to educate law enforcement personnel on how to effectively handle situations involving the mentally ill.

This is a memorable recounting of a public servant's experiences and wholehearted dedication to all his patients.

The book deals with emergency services issues in various mental health facilities where he worked. This detailed book includes many specific examples of how people think and act, including how thought processes have a tremendous impact on how people behave.

This non-fiction book for new psychologists and social workers will help you gain a keen insight in to the problems of those dealing with mental illness and their family members or caretakers.

It describes both staff and patients, whom he had the pleasure of working with, during his career as a mental health professional.

Preview the first chapter with the "Look Inside" feature and then click the button on the right side of the page to buy the entire book.

About the Author:

John F. (Jack) Walsh was born with a severe hearing disability. In spite of that, he spent his entire life in a profession that required talking to people and carefully listening to what they had to say. He was extremely skilled in the art of listening and had an uncanny ability of figuring out what the problem was and how he could help.

Mr. Walsh passed away ten days after completing his book. Many in the community paid their respects, while discussing how much he helped them, their families, including the staff at the State Mental Health Center, where he had given eighteen years of his life.

R.I.P. John (Jack) Walsh, JR - Everyone loved you!

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