Foundations of Clinical and Counseling Psychology, Third Edition
New publisher! New low price! Now available from Waveland Press, this introductory professional psychology text presents a clear, understandable view of counseling, psychotherapy, and theories about how to help people change. The third edition captures the essence of the changes that are occurring in the professions devoted to providing psychological services, such as assessment, counseling, and psychotherapy. The volume covers topics essential for today's professionals, including: sychotherapy; brief therapy; use of the Internet and other electronic innovations in counseling; development of treatment guidelines and the controversies associated with them; impact of managed care on the mental health field; cultural and gender issues; expanding use of clinical psychology in the area of behavioral medicine; new cognitive-behavioral treatments for specific disorders; new radical behavioral approaches to psychotherapy; increased interpersonal emphasis in psychoanalysis; and developments in the fields of psychotherapy research and psychotherapy integration. Written from an eclectic, integrative point of view, Todd and Bohart organize and cross-reference this broad range of topics so that chapters stand on their own and can be read in almost any order. They use case material and everyday examples to illustrate more abstract theoretical material. Students, instructors, and practitioners will find this volume to be flexible, versatile, and useful in a variety of contexts.
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