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The Royal College of Psychiatrists

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  • Tackling Health Anxietyby Helen Tyrer

    The Royal College of Psychiatrists 2013; US$ 28.80

    This is a straightforward account of the principles of delivering cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) for health anxiety in ordinary practice. Health anxiety is very common but it is often undetected, especially in medical settings where people are constantly looking for evidence of physical disease. One of the problems encountered in practice is that... more...

  • Communicating with Vulnerable Childrenby David P. H. Jones

    The Royal College of Psychiatrists 2003; US$ 34.00

    Communicating with Vulnerable Children provides a wealth of practical suggestions for all professionals who work with children and young people. It explains how best to communicate when the child has suffered adversity, such as experiences of harm and abuse, or witnessing violence or other distressing events. The focus is on helping children provide... more...

  • Eating problems in childrenby Claudine Fox; Carol Joughin

    The Royal College of Psychiatrists 2002; US$ 19.00

    The majority of pre-school children will, at some time in the first five years of life experience some problems with eating. For example, they may only eat a small number of different foods, eat very little or refuse to eat altogether. For most of these children, this is a passing phase, which they will grow out of. However, for some, the eating problem... more...

  • Interpersonal Factors in the Origin and Course of Affective Disordersby Christopher Mundt; Michael J. Goldstein; Kurt Hahlweg

    The Royal College of Psychiatrists 1996; US$ 57.00

    This book addresses both active clinicians and research fellows who want to bring their standard of methodology up to date. Both a theoretical and practical approach to the origin and course of affective disorders is presented, covering specific problems and settings. more...

  • Psychological Traumaby Dora Black; Martin Newman; Jean Harris-Hendriks

    The Royal College of Psychiatrists 1997; US$ 57.00

    Normal and abnormal responses to stress, disasters, war and civil conflict, and interpersonal violence are discussed, together with diagnosis, interventions and treatments, and legal aspects. There is reference to research findings throughout, and discussion of future research needs; each chapter contains a comprehensive bibliography. With contributions... more...

  • Use of Drugs in Psychiatryby John Cookson; David Taylor; Cornelius Katona

    The Royal College of Psychiatrists 2002; US$ 38.00

    A fully revised and updated edition of this invaluable text covers all aspects of drug treatment in psychiatry. The authors have combined their wealth of knowledge and clinical experience with the best evidence from research to produce a book that will be useful for all clinical psychiatrists. more...

  • Childhood-Onset Eating Problemsby Claudine Fox; Carol Joughin

    The Royal College of Psychiatrists 2002; US$ 24.00

    Within the last few years, eating problems in childhood have become a real public health issue. Problems at this stage in the life course have a huge potential impact on the growth and development of the child and cause high anxiety for parents and carers. This report provides an up-to-date information resource about childhood-onset eating problems... more...

  • Changing Mindsby Rosalind Ramsay; Anne Page; Tricia Goodman

    The Royal College of Psychiatrists 2002; US$ 19.00

    This book presents personal stories that show how individuals, their friends, families and employers, have found ways to overcome difficulties and cope with the changes in their lives brought about by the onset of various psychiatric conditions. Those covered include: depression, anxiety, dementia, schizophrenia, alcohol or drug addictions and eating... more...

  • Disordered Mind and Brainby Peter F. Liddle

    The Royal College of Psychiatrists 2001; US$ 76.00

    Modern neuroscience has provided us with a foundation for understanding mental disorders in terms of brain dysfunction. Imaging techniques, such as PET and fMRI, have demonstrated graphically the correspondence between patterns of brain activity and patterns of mental activity. This book draws on evidence from neuroimaging studies, together with evidence... more...

  • Drugs - Dilemmas and Choicesby By a Working Party of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and the Royal College of Physicians

    The Royal College of Psychiatrists 2000; US$ 18.00

    The 'drug problem' is getting steadily worse. Convictions for drug offences, number of known addicts and Customs seizures have been rising inexorably for 40 years. So has the number of young people using illegal drugs. Similar changes are occuring in other countries and the vast international drug trade defies all attempts to suppress it. Yet, remarkably,... more...