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Applying Occupational Psychology in the Fire Service: Emotion, Risk and Decision-Making provides readers with an overview of the latest research informing the policies, procedures and practices of those working on the ground in the UK Fire Service. Using best-practice principles and cutting-edge theory, the current text demonstrates how occupational psychology ...
Applying Occupational Psychology to the Fire Service: Emotion, Risk and Decision-Making
Applying Occupational Psychology in the Fire Service: Emotion, Risk and Decision-Making provides readers with an overview of the latest research informing the policies, procedures and practices of those working on the ground in the UK Fire Service. Using best-practice principles and cutting-edge theory, the current text demonstrates how occupational psychology can be applied to fire services around the globe to improve individual, management, and organisational decisions. The authors aim to provide students, trainees, practitioners and fire personnel with a unique insight into a range of topics, including resilience, injury, work related wellbeing, community engagement as well as decision making and operational preparedness. This book represents a call to arms for more robust practices to support the Fire Service, highlighting the psychological factors involved in the firefighter occupation and paving the way towards a better understanding of emotion, risk, safety, and decision-making within the fire context.
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146.990000 USD

Applying Occupational Psychology to the Fire Service: Emotion, Risk and Decision-Making

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This book explores the themes within, and limits of, a dialogue between Martin Heidegger's philosophy of being and Jacques Lacan's post-Freudian metapsychology. It argues that a conceptual bridging between the two is possible, and lays the foundations of that bridge, starting with Heidegger and proceeding through the work of Lacan. ...
Discourse Ontology: Body and the Construction of a World, from Heidegger through Lacan
This book explores the themes within, and limits of, a dialogue between Martin Heidegger's philosophy of being and Jacques Lacan's post-Freudian metapsychology. It argues that a conceptual bridging between the two is possible, and lays the foundations of that bridge, starting with Heidegger and proceeding through the work of Lacan. After presenting basic aspects of Heidegger's ontology, Tombras focuses on his incisive critique of modern science and psychoanalysis, and argues that psychoanalytic theory is vulnerable to this critique. The response comes from Lacan's re-reading and recasting of fundamental Freudian insights, and his robust post-Freudian metapsychology. A broad discussion of Lacan's work follows, to reveal its rupture with traditional philosophy, and show how it builds on and then reaches beyond Heidegger's critique. This book is informed by the terminology, insights, concepts, hypotheses, and conclusions of both thinkers. It discusses time and the body in jouissance; the emergence of the divided subject and signifierness; truth, agency and the event; and being and mathematical formalisation. Tombras describes the ontological recursive construction of a shared ontic world and discusses the limits and historicity of this world.
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94.490000 USD

Discourse Ontology: Body and the Construction of a World, from Heidegger through Lacan

by Christos Tombras
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The second edition of Neuroscience for Counselors and Therapists: Integrating the Sciences of the Mind and Brain presents students with an accessible, insightful discussion of the virtues and vices of integrating neuroscience into existing models of counseling practice. The text boasts an emphasis on practical application, helping readers better understand ...
Neuroscience for Counselors and Therapists: Integrating the Sciences of the Mind and Brain
The second edition of Neuroscience for Counselors and Therapists: Integrating the Sciences of the Mind and Brain presents students with an accessible, insightful discussion of the virtues and vices of integrating neuroscience into existing models of counseling practice. The text boasts an emphasis on practical application, helping readers better understand the relationship between particular theories and neuroscience, then offering guidance as to how they can incorporate this knowledge into personal practice. The book begins with an introduction to neuroscience and a chapter dedicated to exploring the structure and function of the brain. The four major theoretical paradigms are discussed in individual chapters, integrating neuroscience into each and demonstrating this integration through a client vignette. Four prominent disorders that appear frequently in therapy are covered in a comparative, integrative way across the four treatment paradigms. For the second edition, all references have been updated to reflect cutting-edge research within the discipline. Additionally, newly developed Cultural Considerations sections, which appear in each chapter, help students identify the challenges of integration as they relate to diverse populations and individual cultural experiences. Neuroscience for Counselors and Therapists is an innovative yet reader-friendly text that is well suited for courses in counseling and psychotherapy.
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78.700000 USD

Neuroscience for Counselors and Therapists: Integrating the Sciences of the Mind and Brain

by Chad Luke
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This book illustrates the multifaceted applications of clinical psychology in multi-cultural contexts. It considers people's emotional, cognitive, interpersonal and psychological development across their lifespans. The book explores nine multicultural clinical cases that illustrate clinical assessment, biopsychosocial formulation, and evidence-based therapy. Further, it provides therapy outcomes for diverse clients throughout their ...
Clinical Psychology Casebook Across the Lifespan
This book illustrates the multifaceted applications of clinical psychology in multi-cultural contexts. It considers people's emotional, cognitive, interpersonal and psychological development across their lifespans. The book explores nine multicultural clinical cases that illustrate clinical assessment, biopsychosocial formulation, and evidence-based therapy. Further, it provides therapy outcomes for diverse clients throughout their lifespans, e.g. for cognitive behavioral therapy, integrative therapy, and narrative therapy; and examines clinical findings on e.g. social and emotional development, family trauma, child sexual abuse and its impact, as well as culturally sensitive assessment and interventions for a range of mental health issues. Further cases focus on co-morbid conditions, and physical ailments, across the lifespan.Bringing together contributions from both academics and practitioners, the book illustrates practical applications of theories and concepts relevant to the practice of clinical psychology. It also reviews the relevant literature with clinical recommendations, and provides multicultural perspectives and insights into contemporary clinical approaches from experienced clinical supervisors and practitioners, who are also academics and educators in the field. Accordingly, the book offers a valuable asset for students, academics, researchers and practitioners, as well as for postgraduate clinical training.
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146.990000 USD

Clinical Psychology Casebook Across the Lifespan

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Merely talking about a traumatic event is not enough: the parts of the brain where traumatic, implicit memories are stored don't understand words. Secure attachment is needed to buffer the impact. This book guides clinicians to fill in the missing experience of secure attachment in the form of a trusting, ...
Rethinking Trauma Treatment: Attachment, Memory Reconsolidation, and Resilience
Merely talking about a traumatic event is not enough: the parts of the brain where traumatic, implicit memories are stored don't understand words. Secure attachment is needed to buffer the impact. This book guides clinicians to fill in the missing experience of secure attachment in the form of a trusting, attuned, therapeutic relationship. With this help, clients can heal.
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26.200000 USD

Rethinking Trauma Treatment: Attachment, Memory Reconsolidation, and Resilience

by Courtney Armstrong
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This thought-provoking treatise explores the essential functions that culture fulfills in human life in response to core psychological, physiological, and existential needs. It synthesizes diverse strands of empirical and theoretical knowledge to trace the development of culture as a source of morality, self-esteem, identity, and meaning as well as a ...
A Psychology of Culture
This thought-provoking treatise explores the essential functions that culture fulfills in human life in response to core psychological, physiological, and existential needs. It synthesizes diverse strands of empirical and theoretical knowledge to trace the development of culture as a source of morality, self-esteem, identity, and meaning as well as a driver of domination and upheaval. Extended examples from past and ongoing hostilities also spotlight the resilience of culture in the aftermath of disruption and trauma, and the possibility of reconciliation between conflicting cultures. The stimulating insights included here have far-reaching implications for psychology, education, intergroup relations, politics, and social policy. Included in the coverage: * Culture as shared meanings and interpretations. * Culture as an ontological prescription of how to be and how to live. * Cultural worldviews as immortality ideologies. * Culture and the need for a world of meaning in which to act. * Cultural trauma and indigenous people. * Constructing situations that optimize the potential for positive intercultural interaction. * Anxiety and the Human Condition. * Anxiety and Self Esteem. * Culture and Human Needs. A Psychology of Culture takes an uncommon tour of the human condition of interest to clinicians, educators, and practitioners, students of culture and its role and effects in human life, and students in nursing, medicine, anthropology, social work, family studies, sociology, counseling, and psychology. It is especially suitable as a graduate text.
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115.490000 USD

A Psychology of Culture

by Michael B. Salzman
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This crucial volume provides a concise overview of the conceptual foundations and clinical methods underlying the rapidly emerging subspecialty of integrative mental healthcare. It discusses methods for guiding practitioners to individualized integrative strategies that address unique symptoms and circumstances for each patient and includes practical clinical techniques for developing interventions ...
An Integrative Paradigm for Mental Health Care: Ideas and Methods Shaping the Future
This crucial volume provides a concise overview of the conceptual foundations and clinical methods underlying the rapidly emerging subspecialty of integrative mental healthcare. It discusses methods for guiding practitioners to individualized integrative strategies that address unique symptoms and circumstances for each patient and includes practical clinical techniques for developing interventions addressed at wellness, prevention, and treatment. Included among the overview: Meeting the challenges of mental illness through integrative mental health care. Evolving paradigms and their impact on mental health care Models of consciousness: How they shape understandings of normal mental functioning and mental illness Foundations of methodology in integrative mental health care Treatment planning in integrative mental health care The future of mental health care A New Paradigm for Integrative Mental Healthcare is relevant and timely for the increasing numbers of patients seeking integrative and alternative care for depressed mood, anxiety, ADHD, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and other mental health problems such as fatigue and chronic pain. Patients are crying out for a more integrative approach, and this exemplary book provides the template for achieving such a vision. -Jerome Sarris, MHSc, PhD, ND For most conventionally trained clinicians the challenge is not does CAM work? but how do I integrate CAM into my clinical practice? Lake's comprehensive approach answers this central question, enabling the clinician to plan truly integrative and effective care for the mind and body. -Leslie Korn, PhD, MPH
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83.990000 USD

An Integrative Paradigm for Mental Health Care: Ideas and Methods Shaping the Future

by James H. Lake
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In Nabokov's Mimicry of Freud: Art as Science, Teckyoung Kwon examines the manner in which Nabokov invited his readers to engage in his ongoing battle against psychoanalysis. Kwon looks at Nabokov's use of literary devices that draw upon psychology and biology, characters that either imitate Freud or Nabokov in behavior ...
Nabokov's Mimicry of Freud: Art as Science
In Nabokov's Mimicry of Freud: Art as Science, Teckyoung Kwon examines the manner in which Nabokov invited his readers to engage in his ongoing battle against psychoanalysis. Kwon looks at Nabokov's use of literary devices that draw upon psychology and biology, characters that either imitate Freud or Nabokov in behavior or thought, and Jamesian concepts of time, memory, and consciousness in The Defense, Despair, Lolita, Pale Fire, and Ada. As Kwon notes, the transfiguration of biological mimicry and memory into an artistic form involves numerous components, including resemblance with a difference, contingency, the double, riddles, games, play, theatricality, transgression, metamorphosis, and combinational concoction. Nabokov, as a mimic, functions as a poet who is also a scientist, while his model, Freud, operates as a scientist who is also a poet. Both writers were gifted humorists, regarding art as a formidable vehicle for the repudiation of all forms of totality. This book is recommended for scholars of psychology, literary studies, film studies, and philosophy.
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41.990000 USD

Nabokov's Mimicry of Freud: Art as Science

by Teckyoung Kwon
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Contemporary Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: Evolving Clinical Practice covers the latest applications of psychodynamic therapy for a range of clinical issues, including depression, anxiety, psychosis, borderline personality and trauma. It discusses psychodynamic practice as an evidence-based therapy, providing reviews of outcome and process research. Covering a wide array of treatments tailored for ...
Contemporary Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: Evolving Clinical Practice
Contemporary Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: Evolving Clinical Practice covers the latest applications of psychodynamic therapy for a range of clinical issues, including depression, anxiety, psychosis, borderline personality and trauma. It discusses psychodynamic practice as an evidence-based therapy, providing reviews of outcome and process research. Covering a wide array of treatments tailored for specific disorders and populations, this book is designed to appeal to clinicians and researchers who are looking to broaden their knowledge of the latest treatment strategies, novel applications, and current developments in psychodynamic practice.
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104.950000 USD

Contemporary Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: Evolving Clinical Practice

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This innovative book examines how family health and well-being have been impacted by increased alienation from the natural world and calls for greater incorporation of ecological issues into therapeutic practice. Positioning environmental activism as a critical social justice issue, the book highlights the unique opportunities for family therapists to promote ...
Eco-Informed Practice: Family Therapy in an Age of Ecological Peril
This innovative book examines how family health and well-being have been impacted by increased alienation from the natural world and calls for greater incorporation of ecological issues into therapeutic practice. Positioning environmental activism as a critical social justice issue, the book highlights the unique opportunities for family therapists to promote reconnection, healing, and sustainability by integrating attention to nature and the environment into their work. Contributors also recommend clinical ideas, strategies, and interventions that can be employed as part of this approach to therapy, research, and teaching. Among the topics covered: Developmental benefits of childhood experiences with nature Applications of indigenous healing methods in Western practice Wilderness and adventure therapy immersion Clinical, educational, and supervisory applications of an eco-informed approach to therapy The first work of its kind to address the overlap in environmental and family sustainability in the field of family therapy, Eco-Informed Practice: Family Therapy in an Age of Ecological Peril fills a significant gap in family therapy literature. Students and professionals in mental health fields will find this book an enlightening perspective on family therapy as well as a set of useful guidelines for implementing this exciting new approach in clinical practice.
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62.990000 USD

Eco-Informed Practice: Family Therapy in an Age of Ecological Peril

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This book presents a new paradigm for distinguishing psychotic and mystical religious experiences. In order to explore how Presbyterian pastors differentiate such events, Susan L. DeHoff draws from Reformed theology, psychological theory, and robust qualitative research. Following a conversation among multidisciplinary voices, she presents a new paradigm considering the similarities, ...
Psychosis or Mystical Religious Experience?: A New Paradigm Grounded in Psychology and Reformed Theology
This book presents a new paradigm for distinguishing psychotic and mystical religious experiences. In order to explore how Presbyterian pastors differentiate such events, Susan L. DeHoff draws from Reformed theology, psychological theory, and robust qualitative research. Following a conversation among multidisciplinary voices, she presents a new paradigm considering the similarities, differences, and possible overlap of psychotic and mystical religious experiences.
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104.990000 USD

Psychosis or Mystical Religious Experience?: A New Paradigm Grounded in Psychology and Reformed Theology

by Susan L. DeHoff
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This theory-to-practice guide offers mental health practitioners a powerful narrative-based approach to working with clients in clinical practice. It opens with a primer on contemporary narrative theory and offers a robust framework based on the art and techniques of listening for deeper, more meaningful understanding and intervention. Chapters expand on ...
Narrative Theory in Clinical Social Work Practice
This theory-to-practice guide offers mental health practitioners a powerful narrative-based approach to working with clients in clinical practice. It opens with a primer on contemporary narrative theory and offers a robust framework based on the art and techniques of listening for deeper, more meaningful understanding and intervention. Chapters expand on these foundational concepts by applying them to a diverse range of populations and issues, among them race and ethnicity, human sexuality, immigration, and the experience of trauma, grief, and loss. The author's engaging voice, thoughtful pedagogical style, and extensive use of examples and exercises also work together to inform the reader's own narrative of growth and self-knowledge. Included in the coverage:* Encountering the self, encountering the other: narratives of race and ethnicity.* Surviving together: individual and communal narratives in the wake of tragedy.* Spiritual stories: exploring ultimate meaning in social work practice.* Sexual stories: narratives of sexual identity, gender, and sexual development.* Leaving home, finding home: narrative practice with immigrant populations.* Moving on: narrative perspectives on grief and loss. Narrative Theory in Clinical Social Work Practice is geared toward students as well as seasoned social workers, and professionals and practitioners in related clinical fields interested in informing their work with a narrative approach.
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83.990000 USD

Narrative Theory in Clinical Social Work Practice

by John P McTighe
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Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) is a powerful, evidence-based treatment for depression and other mental health conditions. This groundbreaking professional book provides clinicians with the essential skills they need to deliver MBCT. In this book, you'll discover the foundations of teaching MBCT, guidance on embodied mindful presence (a focused awareness of ...
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy: Embodied Presence and Inquiry in Practice
Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) is a powerful, evidence-based treatment for depression and other mental health conditions. This groundbreaking professional book provides clinicians with the essential skills they need to deliver MBCT. In this book, you'll discover the foundations of teaching MBCT, guidance on embodied mindful presence (a focused awareness of experience in the moment), the contemplative dialogue known as inquiry, and other strategies for delivering group-based MBCT. You'll also find scripts, access to audio material, and practice guidelines for you and your clients. Although focused on MBCT, this book can be referenced for use in other mindfulness-based programs. In addition, you'll gain the knowledge and confidence you need to effectively deliver MBCT and build the foundations of an embodied practice. The book starts with an overview of the MBCT program, before devoting chapters to the structure and skills required for developing competence and best practice. You'll deepen your understanding and facility in the most challenging elements of MBCT: mindful embodied presence and inquiry. You'll also learn strategies for delivering this therapy to a group; troubleshooting tips; and a chapter on training, mentorship, and maintaining competence. Finally, you'll find essential information including meditation scripts, tools, and other resources for delivering MBCT. If you are looking to deepen your practice and ability to teach MBCT, this book-written by renowned MBCT clinicians-is an invaluable addition to your professional library.
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52.450000 USD

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy: Embodied Presence and Inquiry in Practice

by Susan Woods
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One-to-One Psychodrama Psychotherapy: Applications and Technique will be an invaluable resource and manual to the field for those training in or practising psychodrama psychotherapy in a one-to-one frame. This book brings together for the first time current thinking and practice, developed and refined at the London Centre for Psychodrama Group ...
One-to-One Psychodrama Psychotherapy: Applications and Technique
One-to-One Psychodrama Psychotherapy: Applications and Technique will be an invaluable resource and manual to the field for those training in or practising psychodrama psychotherapy in a one-to-one frame. This book brings together for the first time current thinking and practice, developed and refined at the London Centre for Psychodrama Group and Individual Psychotherapy. Divided in two parts, this book provides a comprehensive background to the field and an exploration of the theory and techniques discussed, drawing upon the experience of practitioners in their one-to-one practice. Case studies are presented and discussed across diverse issues, such as anxiety, bereavement, shame, eating disorders, dissociative identity disorder, multi-agency work with children and brief interventions within an organisational setting. One-to-One Psychodrama Psychotherapy will appeal to all experienced practitioners as well as those wishing to work with psychodrama psychotherapy on an individual basis.
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42.64 USD

One-to-One Psychodrama Psychotherapy: Applications and Technique

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In Basic Attending Skills: Foundations of Empathic Relationships and Problem Solving, students learn and master the fundamental skills of listening, including attending behavior, questions, encouragers, paraphrasing, reflection of feelings, and summarization through a straightforward, step-by-step process. Readers discover how the essential skills of listening and interviewing are critical for counseling, ...
Basic Attending Skills: Foundations of Empathic Relationships and Problem Solving
In Basic Attending Skills: Foundations of Empathic Relationships and Problem Solving, students learn and master the fundamental skills of listening, including attending behavior, questions, encouragers, paraphrasing, reflection of feelings, and summarization through a straightforward, step-by-step process. Readers discover how the essential skills of listening and interviewing are critical for counseling, psychotherapy, and meaningful interpersonal communication. Over the course of eight chapters, students review basic attending skills, effective listening strategies, the community genogram, emotional regulation, and more. They learn how to leverage and apply only listening skills to complete a well-structured interview with a client that is effective, adapted to the individual, and incorporates multicultural practice. The integration of a client's behavior, thoughts, and feelings into effective treatment is also addressed. The sixth edition includes in-depth explanation of why the community genogram is useful and how to incorporate it into an interview; a deeper focus on strengths, resiliency, and the positive asset search; and information of neuroscience, its relationship to counseling, and what practitioners need to know about the brain to work more effectively with clients. A foundational guide for effective practice, Basic Attending Skills is well suited for introductory courses in counseling.
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52.450000 USD

Basic Attending Skills: Foundations of Empathic Relationships and Problem Solving

by Mary Bradford Ivey, Norma Gluckstern Packard, Allen Ivey
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Trauma Informed Guilt Reduction Therapy (TrIGR) provides mental health professionals with tools for assessing and treating guilt and shame resulting from trauma and moral injury. Guilt and shame are common features in many of the problems trauma survivors experience including posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, substance use, and suicidality. This ...
Trauma Informed Guilt Reduction Therapy: Treating Guilt and Shame Resulting from Trauma and Moral Injury
Trauma Informed Guilt Reduction Therapy (TrIGR) provides mental health professionals with tools for assessing and treating guilt and shame resulting from trauma and moral injury. Guilt and shame are common features in many of the problems trauma survivors experience including posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, substance use, and suicidality. This book presents Trauma Informed Guilt Reduction (TrIGR) Therapy, a brief, transdiagnostic psychotherapy designed to reduce guilt and shame. TrIGR offers flexibility in that it can be delivered as an individual or group treatment. Case examples demonstrate how TrIGR can be applied to a range of trauma types including physical assault, sexual abuse, childhood abuse, motor vehicle accidents, and to moral injury from combat and other military-related events. Conceptualization of trauma-related guilt and shame, assessment and treatment, and special applications are covered in-depth.
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115.450000 USD

Trauma Informed Guilt Reduction Therapy: Treating Guilt and Shame Resulting from Trauma and Moral Injury

by Edward Kubany, Brittany Davis, Christy Capone, Kendall Browne, Carolyn Allard, Sonya Norman
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In O'Neill's book - at once a case-history, a novella, and something more than either - we have a remarkable story of what two people can do for each other if they can experiment with trust. Adam Phillips When therapist-in-training James O'Neill starts his placement at a therapy centre in ...
Undressing
In O'Neill's book - at once a case-history, a novella, and something more than either - we have a remarkable story of what two people can do for each other if they can experiment with trust. Adam Phillips When therapist-in-training James O'Neill starts his placement at a therapy centre in west London, his first referral is Abraham, a silent and frightened young man in a tightly-zipped, hooded anorak. For the majority of their initial sessions, Abraham hardly speaks. But O'Neill gradually gains his trust and learns of the abuse and violence Abraham was subjected to as a child that caused him to hide away from the world - barely sleeping, too afraid to get undressed even in the shower. Over the many years they meet, Abraham's unfolding story and bravery inspire O'Neill to confront his own complicated past. Together they achieve something radical, as Abraham creates his own kind of therapy and teaches O'Neill to do the same.
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17.05 USD

Undressing

by James O'Neill
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Created in the 1950s by the legendary Albert Ellis, rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT) teaches clients to challenge their irrational thinking. REBT is based on the simple idea that it is not external circumstances that make a person happy or unhappy, but rather internal thoughts about events or oneself. Thinking, ...
Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy
Created in the 1950s by the legendary Albert Ellis, rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT) teaches clients to challenge their irrational thinking. REBT is based on the simple idea that it is not external circumstances that make a person happy or unhappy, but rather internal thoughts about events or oneself. Thinking, feeling, and behavior are seen as linked and influencing one another. Because changing one's thinking is usually the simplest tactic in a given situation, it tends to be the focus of therapy, alongside the humanistic core REBT philosophies of unconditional self-acceptance, unconditional other-acceptance, and unconditional life-acceptance. This essential primer, amply illustrated with case examples featuring diverse clients, is perfect for graduate students studying theories of therapy and counseling, as well as for seasoned practitioners interested in understanding how this approach has evolved and how it might be used in their practice. This second edition includes updated clinical research, as well as a thorough examination of the important distinctions between REBT and cognitive-behavior approaches.
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65.69 USD

Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy

by Debbie Joffe Ellis, Albert Ellis
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Marian Dunlea's BodyDreaming in the Treatment of Developmental Trauma: An Embodied Therapeutic Approach provides a theoretical and practical guide for working with early developmental trauma. This interdisciplinary approach explores the interconnection of body, mind and psyche, offering a masterful tool for restoring balance and healing developmental trauma. BodyDreaming is a ...
BodyDreaming in the Treatment of Developmental Trauma: An Embodied Therapeutic Approach
Marian Dunlea's BodyDreaming in the Treatment of Developmental Trauma: An Embodied Therapeutic Approach provides a theoretical and practical guide for working with early developmental trauma. This interdisciplinary approach explores the interconnection of body, mind and psyche, offering a masterful tool for restoring balance and healing developmental trauma. BodyDreaming is a somatically focused therapeutic method, drawing on the findings of neuroscience, analytical psychology, attachment theory and trauma therapy. In Part I, Dunlea defines BodyDreaming and its origins, placing it in the context of a dysregulated contemporary world. Part II explains how the brain works in relation to the BodyDreaming approach: providing an accessible outline of neuroscientific theory, structures and neuroanatomy in attunement, affect regulation, attachment patterns, transference and countertransference, and the resolution of trauma throughout the body. In Part III, through detailed transcripts from sessions with clients, Dunlea demonstrates the positive impact of BodyDreaming on attachment patterns and developmental trauma. This somatic approach complements and enhances psychobiological, developmental and psychoanalytic interventions. BodyDreaming restores balance to a dysregulated psyche and nervous system that activates our innate capacity for healing, changing our default response of fight, flight or freeze and creating new neural pathways. Dunlea's emphasis on attunement to build a restorative relationship with the sensing body creates a core sense of self, providing a secure base for healing developmental trauma. Innovative and practical, and with a foreword by Donald E. Kalsched, BodyDreaming in the Treatment of Developmental Trauma: An Embodied Therapeutic Approach will be essential reading for psychotherapists, analytical psychologists and therapists with a Jungian background, arts therapists, dance and movement therapists, and body workers interested in learning how to work with both body and psyche in their practices.
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51.18 USD

BodyDreaming in the Treatment of Developmental Trauma: An Embodied Therapeutic Approach

by Marian Dunlea
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The Handbook of Counseling and Emotions helps students discover greater levels of personal relevancy related to their introductory studies in counseling. This dynamic handbook also provides readers with an array of perspectives for understanding and addressing their emotions in daily life, ultimately promoting personal growth and assisting them in navigating ...
The Handbook of Counseling and Emotions
The Handbook of Counseling and Emotions helps students discover greater levels of personal relevancy related to their introductory studies in counseling. This dynamic handbook also provides readers with an array of perspectives for understanding and addressing their emotions in daily life, ultimately promoting personal growth and assisting them in navigating everyday challenges. The handbook is divided into two parts. Part I explores how foundational counseling concepts can be incorporated into a frame of reference for daily life and one's emotional world. Students are exposed to theories and concepts that can readily be applied to the opportunities and challenges of daily life. Part II provides a comprehensive overview of emotions, including examinations of how emotions impact daily living, the science of emotions, emotions in communication, counseling strategies and emotions, addressing challenging emotions such as shame and guilt, and an in-depth analysis of anger and happiness. The Handbook of Counseling and Emotions was designed to serve as a companion text to the sixth edition of Michael Nystul's Introduction to Counseling: An Art and Science Perspective. It is well suited for foundational courses in counseling.
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66.100000 USD

The Handbook of Counseling and Emotions

by Michael Nystul
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Marian Dunlea's BodyDreaming in the Treatment of Developmental Trauma: An Embodied Therapeutic Approach provides a theoretical and practical guide for working with early developmental trauma. This interdisciplinary approach explores the interconnection of body, mind and psyche, offering a masterful tool for restoring balance and healing developmental trauma. BodyDreaming is a ...
BodyDreaming in the Treatment of Developmental Trauma: An Embodied Therapeutic Approach
Marian Dunlea's BodyDreaming in the Treatment of Developmental Trauma: An Embodied Therapeutic Approach provides a theoretical and practical guide for working with early developmental trauma. This interdisciplinary approach explores the interconnection of body, mind and psyche, offering a masterful tool for restoring balance and healing developmental trauma. BodyDreaming is a somatically focused therapeutic method, drawing on the findings of neuroscience, analytical psychology, attachment theory and trauma therapy. In Part I, Dunlea defines BodyDreaming and its origins, placing it in the context of a dysregulated contemporary world. Part II explains how the brain works in relation to the BodyDreaming approach: providing an accessible outline of neuroscientific theory, structures and neuroanatomy in attunement, affect regulation, attachment patterns, transference and countertransference, and the resolution of trauma throughout the body. In Part III, through detailed transcripts from sessions with clients, Dunlea demonstrates the positive impact of BodyDreaming on attachment patterns and developmental trauma. This somatic approach complements and enhances psychobiological, developmental and psychoanalytic interventions. BodyDreaming restores balance to a dysregulated psyche and nervous system that activates our innate capacity for healing, changing our default response of fight, flight or freeze and creating new neural pathways. Dunlea's emphasis on attunement to build a restorative relationship with the sensing body creates a core sense of self, providing a secure base for healing developmental trauma. Innovative and practical, and with a foreword by Donald E. Kalsched, BodyDreaming in the Treatment of Developmental Trauma: An Embodied Therapeutic Approach will be essential reading for psychotherapists, analytical psychologists and therapists with a Jungian background, arts therapists, dance and movement therapists, and body workers interested in learning how to work with both body and psyche in their practices.
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147.000000 USD

BodyDreaming in the Treatment of Developmental Trauma: An Embodied Therapeutic Approach

by Marian Dunlea
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Completely revised and updated, the sixth edition of Practicum and Internship is a practical resource that provides students and supervisors with thorough coverage of all stages and aspects of the practicum and internship process. New to this edition are: Downloadable, customizable online forms, contracts, and other materials Across-the-board updates that ...
Practicum and Internship: Textbook and Resource Guide for Counseling and Psychotherapy
Completely revised and updated, the sixth edition of Practicum and Internship is a practical resource that provides students and supervisors with thorough coverage of all stages and aspects of the practicum and internship process. New to this edition are: Downloadable, customizable online forms, contracts, and other materials Across-the-board updates that reflect 2016 CACREP standards Incorporation of contemporary research and literature that addresses recommended practices and ethical considerations regarding the use of technology in counseling New information on preparing students to run their first counseling and therapy groups A review of ethical standards and current perspectives on working with culturally diverse clients Current perspectives on managing self-care during practicum and internship and beyond A thoughtful presentation of trauma-informed approaches to counseling A revised final chapter including guidelines for preparing for licensure exams and for longevity in the profession With comprehensive information that spans across therapeutic approaches, concerns, and topics, this remains an essential foundational text for counseling and psychotherapy students and their supervisors.
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Practicum and Internship: Textbook and Resource Guide for Counseling and Psychotherapy

by Judith Scott, Christin M Jungers
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Nonsuicidal Self-Injury moves beyond the basics to tackle the clinical and conceptual complexity of NSSI, with an emphasis on recent advances in both science and practice. Directed towards clinicians, researchers, and others wishing to advance their understanding of NSSI, this volume reviews and synthesizes recent empirical findings that clarify NSSI ...
Nonsuicidal Self-Injury: Advances in Research and Practice
Nonsuicidal Self-Injury moves beyond the basics to tackle the clinical and conceptual complexity of NSSI, with an emphasis on recent advances in both science and practice. Directed towards clinicians, researchers, and others wishing to advance their understanding of NSSI, this volume reviews and synthesizes recent empirical findings that clarify NSSI as a theoretical and clinical condition, as well as the latest efforts to assess, treat, and prevent NSSI. With expertly written chapters by leaders in the field, this is an essential guide to a disorder about which much is still to be known.
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Nonsuicidal Self-Injury: Advances in Research and Practice

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Laying the philosophical foundations of expressive arts therapy, this book highlights the role and importance of poiesis, the art of 'making' as a response to the world, in the expressive arts therapies as well as our own lives. The concept of poiesis was originally developed and brought into the field ...
Philosophy of Expressive Arts Therapy: Poiesis and the Therapeutic Imagination
Laying the philosophical foundations of expressive arts therapy, this book highlights the role and importance of poiesis, the art of 'making' as a response to the world, in the expressive arts therapies as well as our own lives. The concept of poiesis was originally developed and brought into the field by Stephen K. Levine. It is a perspective that restores the primacy of the arts for the arts therapies instead of reducing art-making and art-objects to psychological data. Bringing together different schools of thought in unexpected ways, this book shows how the principles underlying expressive arts therapy have relevance to ethics, politics and social change. It includes chapters on Taoism, improvisation in the arts, and the importance of creativity for understanding human existence. With personal narratives and poetry to help create natural points for the reader to stop and reflect, Philosophy of Expressive Arts Therapy is the perfect guide for those wanting to understand the role of the arts and art-making in life and in therapeutic change.
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39.23 USD

Philosophy of Expressive Arts Therapy: Poiesis and the Therapeutic Imagination

by Stephen K. Levine
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This book provides understandings of how intercultural, -racial, -ethnic, -national, and -faith couples and parents in Australia bring up their children and manage their relationships. Which challenges and benefits do they encounter, and which strategies do they use to negotiate their differences and belongingness? In portraying the lived experiences of ...
Intercultural Parenting and Relationships: Challenges and Rewards
This book provides understandings of how intercultural, -racial, -ethnic, -national, and -faith couples and parents in Australia bring up their children and manage their relationships. Which challenges and benefits do they encounter, and which strategies do they use to negotiate their differences and belongingness? In portraying the lived experiences of intercultural couples and parents, Bhugun considers contextual and external factors such as individual and personality traits, the environment, gender and power, religion, socio-economic status, extended family, friends, and diasporic communities. Moving the reader from beyond negative stereotypes to a more nuanced representation of both the challenges and benefits of the phenomenon, Intercultural Parenting and Relationships provides intimate testimonies and offers innovations in theory and practice. Scholars, practitioners, students, intercultural couples, parents, families and the wider community will benefit from the rich insights into the challenges and successes of intercultural relationships and parenting presented in this book.
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Intercultural Parenting and Relationships: Challenges and Rewards

by Dharam Bhugun
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Presents findings on the effects of hypnosis in reducing anxiety and pain in children with cancer and suggests that hypnotherapy offers real promise of pain relief without drugs.First published in 1991. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Hypnotherapy Of Pain In Children With Cancer
Presents findings on the effects of hypnosis in reducing anxiety and pain in children with cancer and suggests that hypnotherapy offers real promise of pain relief without drugs.First published in 1991. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Hypnotherapy Of Pain In Children With Cancer

by Samuel LeBaron, Josephine R. Hilgard
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This insightful volume presents important new findings about parenting and parent-child relationships in ethnic and racial minority immigrant families. Prominent scholars in diverse fields focus on families from a wide range of ethnicities settling in Canada, China, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, and the United States. Each chapter discusses parenting and ...
Parental Roles and Relationships in Immigrant Families: An International Approach
This insightful volume presents important new findings about parenting and parent-child relationships in ethnic and racial minority immigrant families. Prominent scholars in diverse fields focus on families from a wide range of ethnicities settling in Canada, China, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, and the United States. Each chapter discusses parenting and parent-child relationships in a broader cultural context, presenting within-group and cross-cultural data that provide readers with a rich understanding of parental values, beliefs, and practices that influence children's developmental outcomes in a new country. For example, topics of investigation include cultural variation in the role of fathers, parenting of young children across cultures, the socialization of academic and emotional development, as well as the interrelationships among stress, acculturation processes, and parent-child relationship dynamics. This timely reference: * explores immigration and families from a global, multidisciplinary perspective; * focuses on immigrant children and youth in the family context;* challenges long-held assumptions about parenting and immigrant families;* bridges the knowledge gap between immigrant and non-immigrant family studies;* describes innovative methodologies for studying immigrant family relationships; and* establishes the relevance of these data to the wider family literature. Parental Roles and Relationships in Immigrant Families is not only useful to researchers and to family therapists and social workers attending to immigrant families, but also highly informative for persons interested in shaping immigration policy at the local, national, and global levels.
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Parental Roles and Relationships in Immigrant Families: An International Approach

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This is the first book to explain the many synergies between solution focused brief therapy (SFBT) and harm reduction (HR). Sean Foy discusses how these two approaches are complementary and when used in conjunction, create a novel way of approaching addiction work. The book covers several detailed case studies examining ...
Solution Focused Harm Reduction: Working effectively with people who misuse substances
This is the first book to explain the many synergies between solution focused brief therapy (SFBT) and harm reduction (HR). Sean Foy discusses how these two approaches are complementary and when used in conjunction, create a novel way of approaching addiction work. The book covers several detailed case studies examining how the concepts and theories of both approaches are intertwined to enhance and deepen the work undertaken with people who misuse and abuse substances. It will be of great interest to scholars of psychotherapy, social work, social care, addiction, nursing and health care, as well as to practitioners seeking a clearer understanding of solution focused brief therapy and harm reduction and how to apply these to case work with problematic drinkers and drug users.
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Solution Focused Harm Reduction: Working effectively with people who misuse substances

by Sean Foy
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Hundreds of thousands of students and early-career professionals have relied on this authoritative report-writing tool, now updated for DSM-5/ICD-10-CM and newer types of evaluations. In a convenient large-size format with lay-flat binding, the book covers nearly all areas of concern addressed in intakes, evaluations, treatment plans, progress notes, and closing ...
Clinician's Thesaurus: The Guide to Conducting Interviews and Writing Psychological Reports
Hundreds of thousands of students and early-career professionals have relied on this authoritative report-writing tool, now updated for DSM-5/ICD-10-CM and newer types of evaluations. In a convenient large-size format with lay-flat binding, the book covers nearly all areas of concern addressed in intakes, evaluations, treatment plans, progress notes, and closing summaries. The user seeking the right wording for a clinical document can skim and select from thousands of technical terms, behavioral descriptors, and standard statements. Also provided are interview questions for almost every symptomatic behavior, a huge collection of mental status questions, a reproducible Mental Status Evaluation summary form, and links to hundreds of Internet resources. The periodically updated companion website offers all the URLs from the book, the reproducible forms, and a handy reference on current psychiatric medications. New to This Edition *A unique list of all psychiatric ICD-10 diagnoses (all of the codes in DSM-5, plus many more), including Z codes essential to a comprehensive biopsychosocial evaluation. *Sample evaluation report keyed to the book's chapters. *Sections on additional clinical issues: intimate partner violence, gender identity, human trafficking, recovery-oriented language, and more. *Many more Internet links, including a wide variety of screening and assessment tools. See also The Paper Office for the Digital Age, Fifth Edition, by Edward L. Zuckerman and Keely Kolmes, which provides the essential record-keeping and risk-reduction tools that every psychotherapy practice needs.
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69.94 USD

Clinician's Thesaurus: The Guide to Conducting Interviews and Writing Psychological Reports

by Edward L. Zuckerman
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The International Handbook of Art Therapy in Palliative and Bereavement Care offers a multicultural and international perspective on how art therapy can be of help to individuals, groups, families, communities, and nations facing death and dying as well as grief and loss. Over 50 art therapists from around the world ...
The International Handbook of Art Therapy in Palliative and Bereavement Care
The International Handbook of Art Therapy in Palliative and Bereavement Care offers a multicultural and international perspective on how art therapy can be of help to individuals, groups, families, communities, and nations facing death and dying as well as grief and loss. Over 50 art therapists from around the world write about the transforming power of art therapy in the lives of those facing terminal illness, dementia, loss, and grief. They offer practical descriptions and techniques for working with adults and children to guide professionals, including those new to using art therapy and creative approaches in end-of-life care services. This international handbook is essential reading for arts therapists, social workers, medical personnel, faith leaders, and psychologists interested in a collaborative and accessible approach to working with patients and families affected by loss.
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127.97 USD

The International Handbook of Art Therapy in Palliative and Bereavement Care

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