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- Springer International Publishing 2013; US$ 130.32
Clinical psychologists have long shown considerable interest in the philosophy of science. This book presents an overview of current schools of thought in the philosophy of science that is accessible to non-specialists. more...
- Springer New York 2009; US$ 97.74
Adolescence is typically fraught with problems. The addition of chronic illness can complicate and disrupt the course of development. This is the first book to offer evidence-based approaches to behavioral treatment of adolescents in integrated care settings. more...
- Elsevier Science 2006; US$ 80.95
The best health practices are a synthesis of science and art. Surgery is a case in point. Although all competent surgeons follow scientific protocols, the best surgeons are masters of the art of surgery and produce better outcomes: e.g., smaller incisions; lower mortality rates. Psychotherapists are in exactly the same position. Psychotherapy is both... more...
- Elsevier Science 2004; US$ 235.00
Forensic psychology has mushroomed into a diverse and increasingly complex field that is equal parts law and psychology. Psychologists act as expert witnesses in legal cases - sometimes without knowing much about the laws involved, and legal professionals rely on the assessment of psychologists sometimes without knowing much about how such assessments... more...
- Springer US 2006; US$ 119.46
This book is to help clinical psychologists, clinical social workers, psychiatrists and counselors achieve the maximum in service to their clients. It brings answers from scientific data to real life practice and is an authoritative reference for today?s clinician. more...
- Elsevier Science 1998; US$ 150.00
Handbook of Behaviorism provides a comprehensive single source that summarizes what behaviorism is, how the various "flavors" of behaviorism have differed between major theorists both in psychology and philosophy, and what aspects of those theories have been borne out in research findings and continue to be of use in understanding human behavior. more...
- Taylor and Francis 2010; US$ 49.95
The topic of terminating therapy is not one that clinicians normally consider. However, the session limits placed on clinicians by managed care require that the end of therapy be built into the treatment plan from the onset. With a focus on the termination of psychotherapy, A Clinician?s Guide examines the pertinent additional training that will... more...
- Elsevier Science 1999; US$ 82.95
Psychologists receive several years of specialized study on the brain, behavior, and mental health, but despite the fact that over half ultimately end up in administrative or managerial roles, they receive no formalized training in the skills necessary to be successful in these roles. This book is the first of its kind to target the managerial and... more...
- Elsevier Science 2011; US$ 69.95
Adjunctive treatments, in which patients are provided additional modalities that can assist in their behavior change or the maintenance of their behavior change (i.e. telehealth, psychoeducation, consumer-driven treatment planning), have a useful role in addressing problems that can't be solved by face-to-face meetings. The adjunctive therapies covered... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2010; US$ 49.95
After a period of economic success and high regard in society, clinical psychology has fallen onto hard times, assert authors Nicholas Cummings and William O?Donohue. In the 1960s, clinical psychologists with doctorates were well paid in relation to comparable professions; today, starting salaries are lower than many jobs that require only a bachelor?s... more...