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TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S Addiction Counseling .................................3 Child & Adolescent Counseling .................6 Clinical Mental Health & Community Counseling ............................11 Counseling Theories, Skills, and Techniques ...............................15 Ethics and Legal Issues .............................18 Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling .....................................19 Multiculturial Counseling / Diversity / Advocacy ..................................21 Practicum / Internships / Career ...............23

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ADDIC TION COUNSELING

Learning the Language of Addiction Counseling, Fourth Edition

PracticePlanners

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Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr., Series Editor

FIFTH EDITION

Companion to The Addiction Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, Fifth Edition

Geri Miller, Appalachian State University

The Addiction

978-1-118-72177-3 • Paper • 576 pp. • 2015

PROGRESS NOTES PLANNER

Learning the Language of

A D D I C T ION COUNSELING

Drawing from her years of experience in the addiction-counseling field, Four th Edition Geri Miller provides an engaging, GERI MILLER balanced overview of the major theoretical underpinnings and clinical practices in the field. From assessment and diagnosis of addiction to preparing for certification and licensure as an addiction professional, this comprehensive book covers all of the essentials. Fully updated, the fourth edition offers a positive, practice-oriented counseling framework and features: • A research-based, clinical application approach to addiction counseling that practitioners can turn to for fundamental, practical, clinical guidelines • Important changes in research and practice including new DSM-5 criteria, new assessment instruments, and new and expanded treatments (medications, behavioral therapies, mutual-help groups, emerging technologies) • Reader-friendly features including case studies, interactive exercises, end-of-chapter questions, and other resources that facilitate the integration of knowledge into practice • Updated and expanded online Instructor’s Manual includes PowerPoint® slides and test bank questions for each chapter, case study exercises, and sample syllabis TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction. 2. Theories of Counseling Applied to Addiction Treatment. 3. Assessment and Diagnosis of Addiction. 4. Co-Occurring Disorders and Behavioral Addictions. 5. The Core Treatment Process for Addictions. 6. Treatment-Related Issues And Counseling Approaches. 7. Relapse Prevention. 8 Self-Help Groups. 9. Elaboration on Specific Therapies and Techniques Relevant to Addiction Counseling. 10. Culturally Sensitive Addiction Counseling. 11. Chronic Pain Assessment and Treatment. 12. Incorporating Spirituality into Addiction Counseling. 13 Personal and Professional Development of the Counselor. 14. Obtaining Addiction Professional Credentials.

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Progress notes components for 46 behaviorally based presenting problems that correlate with The Addiction Treatment Planner, Fifth Edition

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Over 1,000 prewritten progress notes describing client presentation and interventions implemented

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Prewritten progress notes that can be quickly adapted to fit a particular client need or treatment situation and conform to the latest ASAM guidelines

The Addiction Progress Notes Planner, Fifth Edition David J. Berghuis, Psychological Consultants, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr., Life Guidance Services, Grand Rapids, MI 978-1-118-54296-5 • Paper • 512 pp. • 2015

The Addiction Progress Notes Planner, Fifth Edition provides prewritten session and patient presentation descriptions for each behavioral problem in the Addiction Treatment Planner, Fifth Edition. The prewritten progress notes can be easily and quickly adapted to fit a particular client need or treatment situation. r

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• Organized around 44 behaviorally based presenting problems including depression, gambling, nicotine abuse/dependence, chronic pain, and eating disorders • Features over 1,000 prewritten progress notes summarizing patient presentation, themes of session, and treatment delivered • Provides an array of treatment approaches that correspond with the behavioral problems and DSM-5 diagnostic categories in The Addiction Treatment Planner, Fifth Edition • Offers sample progress notes that conform to the latest ASAM guidelines and meet the requirements of most third-party payors and accrediting agencies, including CARF, TJC, COA, and the NCQA • Incorporates new progress notes language consistent with Evidence-Based Treatment Interventions TABLE OF CONTENTS Adult-Child-of-an-Alcoholic (ACA) Traits. Anger. Antisocial Behavior. Anxiety. Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) - Adolescent. Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) - Adult. Bipolar Disorder. Borderline Traits. Childhood Trauma. Chronic Pain. Conduct Disorder/Delinquency. Dangerousness/Lethality. Dependent Traits. Eating Disorders and Obesity. Family Conflicts. Gambling. Grief/Loss Unresolved. Impulsivity. Legal Problems. Living Environment Deficiency. Medical Issues. Narcissistic Traits. Nicotine Abuse/Dependence. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Occupational Problems. Oppositional Defiant Behavior. Parent-Child Relational Problem. Partner Relational Conflicts. Peer Group Negativity. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Psychosis. Relapse Proneness. Self-Care Deficits - Primary. Self-Care Deficits - Secondary. Self-Harm. Sexual Abuse. Sexual Promiscuity. Sleep Disturbance. Social Anxiety. Spiritual Confusion. Substance-Induced Disorders. Substance Intoxication/Withdrawal. Substance Use Disorders. Suicidal Ideation. Treatment Resistance. Unipolar Depression.

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ADDIC TION COUNSELING

The Addiction Treatment Planner, Fifth Edition

Addiction Treatment Homework Planner, Fifth Edition

Robert R. Perkinson, PhD, Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr., Life Guidance Services, Grand Rapids, MI, Timothy J. Bruce, University of Illinois College of Medicine

James R. Finley, New Mexico Department of Health, Albuquerque, NM, Brenda S. Lenz, Marquette University 978-1-118-56059-4 • Paper • 408 pp. • 2014

The Addiction Treatment Homework Planner provides an array of readyto-use, between-session assignments designed to fit virtually every treatment setting and therapeutic mode including individual therapy, family therapy, and group counseling. This easy-to-use sourcebook features: • 100 ready-to-copy exercises covering the most common issues encountered by clients suffering from chemical and nonchemical addictions, such as anxiety, impulsivity, occupational problems, and childhood problems

Part of the bestselling treatment planning system for mental health professionals, The Addiction Treatment Planner, Fifth Edition provides all the elements necessary to quickly and easily develop formal treatment plans that satisfy the demands of HMOs, managed care companies, third-party payors, and state and federal agencies. The new edition features: • Empirically supported, evidence-based treatment interventions, for 43 behaviorally based problems, including substance use, eating disorders, schizoid traits, and others

• A quick-reference format—the interactive assignments are grouped by behavioral problems including alcoholism, nicotine dependence, and substance abuse, as well as those problems that do not involve psychoactive substances

• Over 1,000 prewritten treatment goals, objectives, and interventions—plus space to record your own treatment plan options

• Offers special attention to the Patient Placement Criteria (PPC) developed by the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM). A checklist included in the Appendix helps evaluate clients on each of the ASAM six assessment dimensions

• A sample treatment plan that conforms to the requirements of most third-party payors and accrediting agencies including CARF, The Joint Commission (TJC), COA, and the NCQA

• A CD-ROM containing all the exercises allows you to customize the exercises to suit you and your clients’ unique styles and needs

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION 1: Adult-Child-of-an-Alcoholic (ACA) Traits. SECTION 2: Anger. SECTION 3: Antisocial Behavior. SECTION 4: Anxiety. SECTION 5: Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): Adolescent. SECTION 6: Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): Adult. SECTION 7: Bipolar Disorder. SECTION 8: Borderline Traits. SECTION 9: Childhood Trauma. SECTION 10: Chronic Pain. SECTION 11: Conduct Disorder/Delinquency. SECTION 12: Dangerousness/ Lethality. SECTION 13: Dependent Traits. SECTION 14: Eating Disorders and Obesity. SECTION 15: Family Conflicts. SECTION 16: Gambling. SECTION 17: Grief/Loss Unresolved. SECTION 18: Impulsivity. SECTION 19: Legal Problems. SECTION 20: Living Environment Deficiency. SECTION 21: Medical Issues. SECTION 22: Narcissistic Traits. SECTION 23: Nicotine Use/Dependence. SECTION 24: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). SECTION 25: Occupational Problems. SECTION 26: Oppositional Defiant Behavior. SECTION 27: Parent-Child Relational Problem. SECTION 28: Partner Relational Conflicts. SECTION 29: Peer Group Negativity. SECTION 30: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). SECTION 31: Psychosis. SECTION 32: Relapse Proneness. SECTION 33: Self-Care Deficit as a Primary Problem. SECTION 34: Self-Care Deficit as a Secondary Problem. SECTION 35: Self-Harm. SECTION 36: Sexual Abuse. SECTION 37: Sexual Promiscuity. SECTION 38: Sleep Disturbance. SECTION 39: Social Anxiety. SECTION 40: Spiritual Confusion. SECTION 41: Substance-Induced Disorders. SECTION 42: Substance Intoxication/Withdrawal. SECTION 43: Substance Use Disorders. SECTION 44: Suicidal Ideation. SECTION 45: Treatment Resistance. SECTION 46: Unipolar Depression.

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• Easy-to-use reference format helps locate treatment plan components by behavioral problem

Contents Listed by ASAM Assessment Dimensions. Practice Planners Series Preface. Introduction. Sample Treatment Plan. Adult-Child-of-an-Alcoholic (ACA) Traits (Dimension 3). Anger (Dimension 3). Antisocial Behavior (Dimension 3). Anxiety (Dimension 3). Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) - Adolescent (Dimension 3). Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) - Adult (Dimension 3). Bipolar Disorder (Dimension 3). Borderline Traits (Dimension 3). Childhood Trauma (Dimension 3). Chronic Pain (Dimension 2). Conduct Disorder/ Delinquency (Dimension 3). Dangerousness/Lethality (Dimension 3). Dependent Traits (Dimension 3). Eating Disorders and Obesity (Dimension 3). Family Conflicts (Dimension 3). Gambling (Dimension 3). Grief/Loss Unresolved (Dimension 3). Impulsivity (Dimension 3). Legal Problems (Dimension 3). Living Environment Deficiency (Dimension 6). Medical Issues (Dimension 2). Narcissistic Traits (Dimension 3). Nicotine Abuse/Dependence (Dimension 1). Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD; Dimension 3). Occupational Problems (Dimension 6). Oppositional Defiant Behavior (Dimension 3). Parent-Child Relational Problem (Dimension 6). Partner Relational Conflicts (Dimension 6). Peer Group Negativity (Dimension 6). Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD; Dimension 3). Psychosis (Dimension 3). Relapse Proneness (Dimension 5). Self-Care Deficits - Primary (Dimension 3). SelfCare Deficits - Secondary (Dimension 3). Self-Harm (Dimension 3). Sexual Abuse (Dimension 3). Sexual Promiscuity (Dimension 3). Sleep Disturbance (Dimension 3). Social Anxiety (Dimension 3). Spiritual Confusion (Dimension 3). SubstanceInduced Disorders (Dimension 1). Substance Intoxication/Withdrawal (Dimension 1). Substance Use Disorders (Dimension 1). Suicidal Ideation (Dimension 3). Treatment Resistance (Dimension 4). Unipolar Depression (Dimension 3).


ADDIC TION COUNSELING

Ethics for Addiction Professionals

Integrated Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders: Treating People, Not Behaviors

Jennifer D. Berton, Berton Trainings, Worcester, MA

Jack Klott, Touchstone / innovaré Mental Health Services, Grand Rapids, MI

978-0-470-90719-1 • Paper • 288 pp. • 2014

Providing up-to-date and comprehensive information, this practical guide uses clinical case examples and professional codes of ethics to help addiction counselors and students learn and apply ethical standards. Real-life examples of ethical dilemmas in clinical practice illustrate potential pitfalls and the actions needed when faced with a dilemma. The author explores the gray area of each dilemma and provides guidelines on how to determine the best course of action when the best course is unclear. This book emphasizes ethics as a set of guidelines aimed at protecting the client, the clinician, and the profession as a whole.

978-1-118-20566-2 • Paper • 214 pp. • 2013

Integrated Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders is the definitive guide to identifying, assessing, and creating individualized treatment plans for high-risk clients who suffer from challenging co-occurring disorders. Respectful of the client and filled with practical advice, this book: • Details the methods of formulating an evidence-based individualized treatment plan for the self-medicating mentally ill • Explores how to assess this population for suicide risk and vulnerability

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction. Part I: Protecting the Client. 2. Key: Recognize Your Strengths and Limitations. 3. Principle: Client Welfare. 4. Principle: Cultural Diversity. 5. Principle: The Counseling Relationship. 6. Pitfall: Conflicted Agendas. Part II: Protecting the Clinical Information. 7. Key: Respect the Tiers of Ethics. 8. Principle: Proper Use of Written Clinical Material. 9. Principle: Proper Use of Spoken Clinical Material. 10. Pitfall: Confused Roles. Part III: Ethics that Protect the Counselor. 11. Key: Seek Continuous Learning. 12. Principle: Responsibility. 13. Principle: Competency. 14. Pitfall: Clinician Burnout. Part IV: Ethics that Protect the Community. 15. Key: Make the Rule. 16. Principle: Workplace Standards. 17. Principle: Professional Rapport. 18. Principle: Societal Obligations. 19. Pitfall: Cutting Corners. Conclusion. Ethics Exam.

• Illustrates how Motivational Enhancement Therapy can be an effective treatment strategy With numerous clinical case studies to illustrate key points and reinforce learning, Integrated Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders encourages a flexible, person-centered treatment approach that focuses on the individual rather than the diagnosis. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction: An Examination of the Guiding Principles for Treating Co-Occurring Disorders. 2. Definition for Co-Occurring Disorders: All Behaviors Are Purposeful. 3. The Core Task of Therapy. 4. The Therapy Alliance: Nobody Changes Without Motivation. 5. Case Conceptualization for Co-Occurring Disorders: Getting to Know the Person. 6. Suicide Risk Assessment for Co-Occurring Disorders. 7. Putting It All Together—Integrated Treatment. Appendix A: CoOccurring Disorders as Factors Associated With Aggressive Behavior. Appendix B: Co-Occurring Disorders as Factors Associated With Suicidal Behavior.

Group Exercises for Addiction Counseling Geri Miller, Appalachian State University 978-0-470-90395-7 • Paper • 144 pp. • 2012

Group Exercises

for Addiction Counseling Geri Miller

An indispensable collection of ready-to-use, proven exercises. Providing immediately useful group counseling suggestions and tips for addictions counselors, Group Exercises for Addiction Counseling offers powerful techniques that can be adapted to any clinical practice. Written in the author’s gentle yet purposeful voice, this reader-friendly resource is filled with guidance for developing an addictions counseling group, handling Stage 2 confrontations of the leader, and building group member awareness. In addition, the author helps counselors enhance client awareness of addiction-related stressors and how to cope with those stressors. Group Exercises for Addiction Counseling contains valuable information on: • Addiction recovery • Family, relationships, and culture • Feelings exploration • Group community building • Recovery skills • Values • Opening and closing each group session

TABLE OF CONTENTS Section 1: Introduction. Personal Reflections. Overview. Section 2: Philosophy and Practice of Group Work. Philosophy of Group Therapy. Types of Group. Stages of Group Development. Stage 1. Stage 2. Stage 3. Stage 4. Group Leader Techniques. Specific Issues. Therapist Self-care. Words to the Wise. Developing an Addictions Counseling Group. Handling Stage 2 Confrontations of the Leader. Addressing Specific Addiction Issues. Developing Group Member Awareness. Section 3: Group Exercises. Icebreakers. Addiction Recovery. Family/Relationships/Culture. Feelings Exploration. Group Community Building. Self-esteem. Recovery Skills. Communication/Mindfulness/Problem-solving. Values. Openers. Closers. Section 4: Resources. Readings. Workbooks/Exercises. Icebreaker Card Exercises. Websites.

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CHILD AND ADOLESCENT COUNSELING

Child and Adolescent Therapy: Science and Art

Child and Adolescent Therapy: Science and Art, Second Edition Jeremy P. Shapiro, Case Western Reserve University 978-1-118-72207-7 • E-books • 600 pp. • 2014

Second Edition

A comprehensive introduction to the theory and practice of child and adoJeremy P. Shapiro lescent therapy, for students and skilled clinicians. Child and Adolescent Therapy: Science and Art, Second Edition relies on both psychotherapy research and clinical expertise to create a comprehensive guide to evidence-based practice for providers of child and adolescent therapy. It includes explanations of all major theoretical orientations and the techniques associated with each, with application to the major diagnostic categories. This Second Edition includes a new chapter on Mindfulness-Based Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies (Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), incorporation of recent neuroscience research, instruction in Motivational Interviewing, and guidance in using therapeutic diagrams with young clients. The book: • Models the thought process of expert therapists by describing how the science and art of therapy can be combined to provide a strong basis for treatment planning and clinical decision-making • Explains the work of therapists from the ground up, beginning with fundamentals and moving on to advanced theory and technique • Covers the major theoretical approaches—behavioral, cognitive, mindfulness-based, psychodynamic, constructivist, and family systems • Guides therapists in planning effective treatment strategies with balanced consideration of outcome research, cultural factors, and individual client characteristics • Connects treatment planning with the diagnostic characteristics of the major child and adolescent disorders.

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Counseling and Psychotherapy with Children and Adolescents: Theory and Practice for School and Clinical Settings Fifth Edition

Counseling and Psychotherapy with Children and Adolescents: Theory and Practice for School and Clinical Settings, Fifth Edition H. Thompson Prout, Alicia Fedewa, both of University of Kentucky 978-1-118-77269-0 • E-books • 528 pp. • 2015

H. Thompson Prout Alicia Fedewa

Counseling and Psychotherapy with Children and Adolescents, Fifth Edition offers mental health professionals and students coverage of the latest thinking and practice using the major approaches to counseling and psychotherapeutic interventions. This expert resource: • Covers cognitive behavioral, rational-emotive, reality therapy, solution focused, family systems, and play therapy • Covers ethical and legal implications of working with children and adolescents, culturally responsive counseling with younger clients, and interventions for children and adolescents with disabilities and health care needs • Covers the history of the theory and its current status, an overview of the theory, how to apply the theory to children, how to apply the theory to adolescents,using the theory ingroups of children or adolescents, applications to parents, and the efficacy of the theory • Also includes case studies, annotated bibliography, and discussion questions, making it particularly suited for classroom use.


CHILD AND ADOLESCENT COUNSELING

Case Studies in Child, Adolescent, and Family Treatment Second Edition

Case Studies in Child, Adolescent, and Family Treatment, Second Edition Craig W. LeCroy, Elizabeth K. Anthony, both of Arizona State University 978-1-118-12835-0 • Paper • 400 pp. • 2014

Thinking through real-life cases to make connections between theory and practice is a crucial element of an education counselor. Now in its Second Edition, Case Studies in Child, Adolescent, and Family Treatment contains a wide range of cases described in rich detail by practitioners, scholars, and researchers. Chapters represent contexts and approaches across the social work spectrum, so students will get to glimpse into the clinical experience of a full range of professionals. Craig W. LeCroy Elizabeth K. Anthony

With chapter overviews, case sketches, study questions, and references for further study, this book makes an invaluable reference for counseling students. Editors Craig W. LeCroy and Elizabeth K. Anthony—two distinguished scholars—have brought together an impressive roster of contributors who add their unique voices and clinical perspectives into their insightful case descriptions. The Second Edition covers the most important areas in child and adolescent counseling, including: • Child welfare and adoption • Individual and group treatment • School and community settings • Family treatment and parent training With the updates in the Second Edition, students will learn the most current lessons from a diverse range of scholars, researchers, and practitioners in the field

Comprehensive EvidenceBased Interventions for Children and Adolescents Comprehensive Evidence-Based Interventions for

Children and Adolescents

Candice A. Alfano, University of Houston, Deborah C. Beidel, University of South Florida 978-1-118-48756-3 • Cloth • 432 pp. • 2014

E DITE D BY

Candice A. Alfano Deborah C. Beidel

Here is a complete guide to evidencebased interventions for children and adolescents designed for practitioners and aspiring practitioners working with children and adolescents. The past decade has witnessed the development of numerous interventions proved to be highly effective; several treatments are now considered to be “well established” or “probably efficacious” interventions for children. Given the range of providers working with children—clinical psychologists, child psychiatrists, clinical social workers, school psychologists, and marriage and family therapists—this book is designed to provide all professionals the information they now need about the use of these evidence-based interventions (EBIs), as well as the evaluation criteria used to determine their efficacy in meeting the mental health needs of children. Alfano and Beidel have assembled a team of experts to write the disorder chapters. Each chapter begins with an overview of the disorder then delves into evidence-based approaches to treatment, the impact of parental involvement, case-by-case modifications, progress measurement, and clinical examples. In overview chapters the editors cover: • The role of development in treatment planning and implementation • Dissemination of EBIs into school and community settings • The use of controversial therapies with children • Emerging methods of service delivery and access improvement

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section I: Case Studies in Individual and Family Treatment From Childhood to Adulthood with ADHD. Solution-Focused Therapy with Child Behavior Problems. Crisis Intervention with a Depressed African American Adolescent. What a Few CBT Sessions Can Do: The Case of a Motivated Young Adult. The Case of Aundria: Treating Adolescent Substance Abuse Using CBT and Motivational Interviewing. A Developmental Approach to Working with Sexually Abusive Youth. Effective Interventions for Adolescent Conduct Disorder in Residential Treatment. Section II: Case Studies in Group Treatment. A Social Skills Group for Children. A Culturally Grounded Empowerment Group for Mexican American Girls. Developmental Play Groups with Kindergartners in a School Social Work Setting. Gay Youth and Safe Spaces. Section III: Case Studies in Family Treatment and Parent Training. Homebuilders: Helping Families Stay Together. Evidence-Based Approach to Parent Training. Using Theraplay to Interrupt a Three-Generation Pattern of Inadequate Parenting. Promoting Positive Parenting: Infant Mental Health Intervention with High-Risk Families. Section IV: Case Studies in Child Welfare and Adoption. A Case Study of the Application of NTU Psychotherapy for Treatment Foster Care and Emotional Trauma. Helping Families with Reunification: Returning a Child to a Less-Than-Perfect Family. Nothing Left to Lose: Growing Up in Foster Care. Deciding What is Best for Savannah: The Grief and Joy in a Successful Adoption. Section V Case Studies in School and Community Settings. Zai: A Hmong Adolescent Finds His Own Way. Understanding Bullying and Peer Victimization: The Important Role of Peers, Parents, and School Personnel in Prevention and Intervention. Finding a Voice and Making it Heard: A Case Study of Low-Income Urban Youth. Living in Survival Mode: A Young Woman’s Experience of Homelessness.

Section I: Treatment Considerations and Contextual Issues. 1. Development Considerations in Assessment and Treatment. 2. Ethical Considerations in Mental Health Treatment and Interventions with School-Age Children and Adolescents. 3. Controversial Therapies for Children. 4. Evidence-Based Treatments for Mental, Emotional, and Behavioral Problems in Ethnic Minority Children and Adolescents. 5. New Methods of Service Delivery for Childrens Mental Health Care. 6. Dissemination and Implementation of Evidence-Based Treatments for Children and Adolescents. Section II: Disorder-Focused Interventions. 7. Anxiety Disorders in Children. 8. Anxiety Disorders in Adolescents. 9. Depressive Disorders in Children. 10 Depressive Disorders in Adolescents. 11. Bipolar Disorders. 12. Evidence-Based Treatment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Children and Adolescents. 13. Treatment of Conduct Problems and Disruptive Behavior Disorders. 14. Autism Spectrum Disorders. 15. Evidence-Based Interventions for Eating Disorders. 16. Elimination Disorders. Section III: Other Interventions for Children. 17. Treatment of Insomnia and Nighttime Fears. 18. Problematic School Absenteeism. 19. Trauma-Related Problems and Disorders. 20. Bullied Children. 21. Adherence to Medical Regimens. 22. Overweight and Obesity. 23. ObsessiveCompulsive Disorder and Trichotillomania.

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The Adolescent Psychotherapy Progress Notes Planner, Fifth Edition

The Adolescent Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, Fifth Edition

Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr., Life Guidance Services, Grand Rapids, MI, L. Mark Peterson, William P. McInnis, David J. Berghuis

Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr., Life Guidance Services, Grand Rapids, MI, L. Mark Peterson, William P. McInnis, Timothy J. Bruce

978-1-118-06676-8 • Paper • 528 pp. • 2014

978-1-118-06784-0 • Paper • 544 pp. • 2014

The Adolescent Psychotherapy Progress Notes Planner, Fifth Edition, contains more than 1,000 complete prewritten session and patient descriptions for each behavioral problem in The Adolescent Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, Fifth Edition. The prewritten notes can be easily and quickly adapted to fit a particular client need or treatment situation. The Fifth Edition:

A volume in the bestselling treatment planning system for mental health professionals, The Adolescent Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, Fifth Edition provides all the elements necessary to quickly and easily develop formal treatment plans that satisfy the demands of HMOs, managed care companies, third-party payors, and state and federal agencies.

• Provides an array of treatment approaches that correspond with the behavioral problems and new DSM-5 diagnostic categories in the corresponding companion Treatment Planner

• New edition features empirically supported, evidence-based treatment interventions including conduct disorder, substance use, low selfesteem, suicidal ideation, ADHD, and eating disorders

• Organizes treatment for over 30 main presenting problems, including conduct disorder, chemical dependence, low self-esteem, suicidal ideation, ADHD, sexual acting out, and eating disorders

• Organized around 36 behaviorally based presenting problems, including peer/sibling conflict, school violence, sexual abuse, and others

• Provides over 1,000 prewritten progress notes summarizing patient presentation and treatment delivered • Offers sample progress notes that conform to the requirements of most third-party payors and accrediting agencies, including The Joint Commission, COA, CARF, and NCQA • Saves clinicians hours of time-consuming paperwork, yet offers the freedom to develop customized progress notes • Presents new and update information on the role of evidence-based practice in progress notes writing and the special status of progress notes under HIPAA TABLE OF CONTENTS Academic Underachievement. Adoption. Anger Control Problems. Anxiety. Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Autism Spectrum Disorder. Bipolar Disorder. Blended Family. Conduct Disorder/Delinquency. Divorce Reaction. Eating Disorder. Grief/Loss Unresolved. Intellectual Development Disorder. Low Self-Esteem. Medical Condition. Negative Peer Influences. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Oppositional Defiant. Overweight/Obesity. Panic/Agoraphobia. Parenting. Peer/Sibling Conflict. Physical/Emotional Abuse Victim. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Psychoticism. Runaway. School Violence. Sexual Abuse Perpetrator. Sexual Abuse Victim. Sexual Identity Confusion. Sexual Promiscuity. Social Anxiety. Specific Phobia. Substance Use. Suicidal Ideation. Unipolar Depression.

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• Over 1,000 prewritten treatment goals, objectives, and interventions—-plus space to record your own treatment plan options • Easy-to-use reference format helps locate treatment plan components by behavioral problem • Includes a sample treatment plan that conforms to the requirements of most third-party payors and accrediting agencies including CARF, The Joint Commission (TJC), COA, and the NCQA TABLE OF CONTENTS Sample Treatment Plan. Academic Underachievement. Adoption. Anger Control Problems. Anxiety. Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Autism Spectrum Disorder. Bipolar Disorder. Blended Family. Conduct Disorder/Delinquency. Divorce Reaction. Eating Disorder. Grief/Loss Unresolved. Intellectual Development Disorder. Low Self-Esteem. Medical Condition. Negative Peer Influences. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Oppositional Defiant. Overweight/Obesity. Panic/Agoraphobia. Parenting. Peer/Sibling Conflict. Physical/Emotional Abuse Victim. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Psychoticism. Runaway. School Violence. Sexual Abuse Perpetrator. Sexual Abuse Victim. Sexual Identity Confusion. Sexual Promiscuity. Social Anxiety. Specific Phobia. Substance Use. Suicidal Ideation. Unipolar Depression. Appendix A: Bibliotherapy Suggestions. Appendix B: Professional References for Evidence-Based Chapters. Appendix C: Index of Therapeutic Games, Workbooks, Tool Kits, DVDs, Videotapes, and Audiotapes. Appendix D: Recovery Model Objectives and Interventions.


CHILD AND ADOLESCENT COUNSELING

The Child Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, Fifth Edition

Integrating Expressive Arts and Play Therapy with Children and Adolescents

Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr., Life Guidance Services, Grand Rapids, MI, L. Mark Peterson, William P. McInnis, Timothy J. Bruce

Eric J. Green, University of North Texas, Athena A. Drewes, Astor Services for Children and Families, Rhinebeck, NY, Editors

978-1-118-06785-7 • Paper • 528 pp. • 2014

A time-saving resource, fully revised to meet the changing needs of mental health professionals, The Child Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, Fifth Edition provides all the elements necessary to quickly and easily develop formal treatment plans that satisfy the demands of HMOs, managed care companies, third-party payors, and state and federal agencies. • New edition features empirically supported, evidence-based treatment interventions including anxiety, attachment disorder, gender identity disorder, and more • Organized around 35 behaviorally based presenting problems including academic problems, blended family problems, children of divorce, ADHD, and more • Over 1,000 prewritten treatment goals, objectives, and interventions— plus space to record your own treatment plan options • Easy-to-use reference format helps locate treatment plan components by behavioral problem • Includes a sample treatment plan that conforms to the requirements of most third-party payors and accrediting agencies including CARF, The Joint Commission (TJC), COA, and the NCQA TABLE OF CONTENTS Sample Treatment Plan. Academic Underachievement. Adoption. Anger Control Problems. Anxiety. Attachment Disorder. Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Autism Spectrum Disorder. Blended Family. Bullying/Intimidation Perpetrator. Conduct Disorder/Delinquency. Depression. Disruptive/Attention-Seeking. Divorce Reaction. Enuresis/Encopresis. Fire Setting. Gender Identity Disorder. Grief/Loss Unresolved. Intellectual Development Disorder. Low Self-Esteem. Lying/Manipulative. Medical Condition. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Oppositional Defiant. Overweight/Obesity. Parenting. Peer/Sibling Conflict. Physical/ Emotional Abuse Victim. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). School Refusal. Separation Anxiety. Sexual Abuse Victim. Sleep Disturbance. Social Anxiety. Specific Phobia. Speech/Language Disorders.

978-1-118-52798-6 • Cloth • 352 pp. • 2014

Clinicians certified in the expressive art therapies—the visual arts, movement, drama, music, writing and other creative processes—are typically unfamiliar with some of the interventions and approaches used in play therapy. Integrating Expressive Arts and Play Therapy With Children and Adolescents bridges the divide between play therapy and expressive arts therapy, so that therapists in each field can integrate evidence-informed practices from both expressive arts and play therapy into their practice with children and adolescents. • Presents techniques and approaches from the expressive and play therapy disciplines that enable child and adolescent clinicians to augment their therapeutic toolkit within a competent, research-based practice • Features contributions from a “who’s who” in the play therapy and expressive arts therapy worlds • Serves as the definitive bridge between expressive arts and play therapy complementarily utilized with children and adolescents in their healing and creative capacities TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. The Expressive Arts Therapy Continuum: History and Theory. 2. Play Therapy. 3. Art Therapy. 4. Drama Therapy. 5. Integrating Play Therapy and Sandplay Therapy. 6. Working With Children Using Dance/Movement Therapy. 7. Music Therapy. 8. The Therapeutic Uses of Photography in Play Therapy. 9. Poetry Therapy. 10. Integrating Play and Expressive Art Therapy Into Educational Settings: A Pedagogy for Optimistic Therapists. 11. Integrating Play and Expressive Art Therapy Into Small Group Counseling With Preadolescents: A Humanistic Approach. 12. Integrating Play and Expressive Art Therapy Into Communities: A Multimodal Approach.

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The Therapeutic Powers of Play: 20 Core Agents of Change, Second Edition Charles E. Schaefer, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Athena A. Drewes, Astor Services for Children and Families, NY 978-1-118-33687-8 • Paper • 368 pp. • 2015

A practical look at how play therapy can promote mental health wellness in children and adolescents, the revised and expanded Second Edition of The Therapeutic Powers of Play explores the powerful effects that play therapy has on different areas within a child or adolescent’s life: communication, emotion regulation, relationship enhancement, and personal strengths. Editors Charles Schaefer and Athena Drewes—renowned experts in the field of play therapy—discuss the different interventions and components of treatment that can move clients to change. Leading play therapists contributed to this volume, supplying a wide repertoire of practical techniques and applications in each chapter for use in clinical practice, including: • Direct teaching • Indirect teaching • Self-expression • Relationship enhancement • Attachment formation • Catharsis • Stress inoculation • Creative problem solving • Self-esteem Filled with clinical case vignettes from various theoretical viewpoints, the Second Edition is an invaluable resource for play and child therapists of all levels of experience and theoretical orientations.

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Grieving and Traumatized Children and Adolescents

Discovering What Matters Most Through Evidence-Based, Sensory Interventions

William Steele Caelan Kuban

Working with Grieving and Traumatized Children and Adolescents: Discovering What Matters Most Through Evidence-Based, Sensory Interventions William Steele, Caelan Kuban both of TLC Institute, MI 978-1-118-54317-7 • Paper • 272 pp. • 2013

A structured, sequential, and evidence-based approach for the treatment of children and adolescents experiencing trauma or grief, Working With Grieving and Traumatized Children and Adolescents features the Structured Sensory Interventions for Traumatized Children, Adolescents and Parents (SITCAP) intervention model, proven in successfully addressing violent situations such as murder, domestic violence, and physical abuse, as well as non-violent grief- and trauma-inducing situations including divorce, critical injuries, car fatalities, terminal illness, and environmental disasters. • Filled with practical and proven activities for use with children and adolescents experiencing trauma and grief • Based on the authors’ experience working with all types of traumatic events in school-, agency-, and community-based programs across the country • Used for all types of traumatic events and is suitable for both experienced and novice mental health professionals • Two of the interventions presented in the book—SITCAP-ART and I Feel Better Now—have proven useful in multiple settings with diverse cultures.

The School Counseling and School Social Work Treatment Planner, Second Edition Sarah Edison Knapp, Cline/Fay Institute, Chicago, IL , Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr., Life Guidance Services, Grand Rapids, MI, Carey Dimmitt, University of Massachusetts 978-0-470-61817-2 • Paper • 432 pp. • 2012

Part of the bestselling treatment planning system for mental health professionals, The School Counseling and School Social Work Treatment Planner, Second Edition provides all the elements necessary to quickly and easily develop formal treatment plans that satisfy the demands of HMOs, managed care companies, third-party payors, and state and federal agencies. • New edition features empirically supported, evidence-based treatment interventions including coverage of disruptive classroom behaviors, reinforcing student success, bullying, peer conflict, and school violence • Organized around 33 behaviorally based presenting problems in treating students who experience social and emotional difficulties, including social maladjustment, learning difficulties, depression, substance abuse, family instability, and others

• Over 1,000 prewritten treatment goals, objectives, and interventions—plus space to record your own treatment plan options • Easy-to-use reference format helps locate treatment plan components by behavioral problem • Includes a sample treatment plan that conforms to the requirements of most third-party payors and accrediting agencies including CARF, The Joint Commission (TJC), COA, and the NCQA.

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Positive Psychology in Practice: Promoting Human Flourishing in Work, Health, Education, and Everyday Life Second Edition

Positive Psychology in Practice: Promoting Human Flourishing in Work, Health, Education, and Everyday Life, Second Edition Stephen Joseph, University of Nottingham, UK 978-1-118-75693-5 • Cloth • 794 pp. • 2015

This second edition explores the challenges and opportunities of positive psychology by reflecting on the past ten years of application and by looking to the future. Since positive psychology is no longer a controversial idea, this Second Edition focuses on the empirical basis and how the mechanisms of change operate. Stephen Joseph

Featuring contributions from international experts, this cutting-edge handbook: • Presents state-of-the-art scientific research on the application of positive psychology in practice • Unique focus draws on diverse areas within applied and professional psychology—from clinical and forensic to educational and industrial/ organizational—as well as an introductory section describing the history of positive psychology, its fundamental assumptions, and the meaning of “a good life.” BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS

Core Principles of Meditation for Therapy: Improving the Outcome of Psychotherapeutic Treatment

Core Principles of Meditation for Therapy: Improving the Outcome of Psychotherapeutic Treatment Annellen M. Simpkins, C. Alexander Simpkins 978-1-118-68959-2 • Paper • 288 pp. • 2014

Core Principles of Meditation for Therapy: Improving the Outcome of Annellen M. Simpkins Psychotherapeutic Treatment provides C. Alexander Simpkins the multi-modal strategies and tools therapists need to guide their clients’ adaptations of meditation into their lives. Complete with text, audio, and video content, this package introduces a variety of meditation routines and explains how, when, and why each technique should be used to reach specific goals. Meditation simultaneously engenders both relaxation and alertness, and regular practice can change brain function to permanently improve internal sensing. The three major meditation methods—focus, open-focus, and no-focus—are best suited to different kinds of problems. explains them all, and details the most practical applications of each. This guide matches the meditation type to a therapeutic goal. • Shows how to individualize meditation practice for each client • Provides neuroscientific and clinical evidence for the efficacy of meditation • Guides clients toward new problem-solving skills.

I. Historical and philosophical foundations. II. Values and choices in pursuit of the good life. Iii. Practices for health and well-being. IV. Methods and processes of teaching and learning. V. Positive psychology at work. VI. Health, clinical, counseling and rehabilitation. VII. Contexts of clinical practice. VIII. Inner resources and positive development across the lifespan. IX. Building community through integration and regeneration. X. Public policy and systems for resilience and social planning. XI. Signposts for the practice of positive psychology.

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Teaching Neuroscience in Psychotherapy and Counseling: Using the Brain for Change

Collaborative Helping: A Strengths Framework for Home-Based Services

Teaching Neuroscience in Psychotherapy and Counseling: Using the Brain for Change

William C. Madsen, Family-Centered Services Project, MA, Kevin Gillespie, Integrated Services of Appalachian, Ohio

John B. Arden, Kaiser Permanente, Vallejo, CA 978-1-118-75688-1 • Paper • 336 pp. • 2015

Neuroscience expert, John Arden, shows therapists and aspiring therapists how to talk to clients about the John B. Arden connection between their brain and their problems as well as methods of changing it in order to facilitate higher motivation to engage in the therapeutic process. • Includes chapters that recommend ways of dealing with client resistance factors such as beliefs in biological determinism, on the one hand, and dualism on the other hand • Each chapter offers therapists down-to-earth language to describe a road map to mental health. • Because clients are overwhelmed by their symptoms and often forget the strategies they learned in therapy, the book provides easy to remember phrases and mnemonics memory aids to help clients remember how to meet the challenge of dealing with anxiety or depression • Case examples are offered in each chapter.

978-1-118-56763-0 • Paper • 240 pp. • 2014

Drawing on best practices from a range of disciplines, this book provides a clear map for dealing with the complex and often ambiguous situations that arise with individuals and families, with applications extending to supervision and organizational change. Readers gain the advice and insight of real-world frontline helpers, as well as those who receive care, highlighting new ways to approach the work and re-think previous conceptualizations of problems and strengths. The book begins with stories that illustrate core concepts and context, presenting a number of useful ideas that can reorient behavioral services while outlining a principle-based practice framework to help workers stay grounded and focused. Problems are addressed, and strength-based work is expanded into richer conversations about strengths in the context of intention and purpose, value and belief, hopes, dreams, and commitments. Topics include: • Contextual guidance with helping maps • Engaging people and re-thinking problems and strengths • Dilemmas in home and community services • Sustainable helping through collaboration and support “Collaborative Helping provides a practical, principle-based approach for working alongside people in the community. Case managers and paraprofessionals who work in health, mental health, employment, and other organizations will benefit from reading and adopting both the collaborative, strengthbased stance and the strategy for “mapping” client plans and goals as described in this book.”—Benjamin M. Ogles, Dean and Professor of Psychology, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Helping: What, How And Why. 2. Cornerstones Of Collaborative Helping. 3. A Map To Guide Helping Efforts. 4. Collaborative Helping Maps In Different Contexts. 5. Engaging People To Envision New Lives. 6. Re-Thinking Problems And Strengths. 7. Dilemmas In Home And Community Services. 8. Sustainable Helping.

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Primer on Posttraumatic Growth: An Introduction and Guide

Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Wellness and Recovery: Interventions and Activities for Diverse Client Needs Andrew Bein, California State University 978-1-118-65333-3 • Paper • 272 pp. • 2014

This hands-on guide addresses the present-day realities of applying dialectical behavior therapy in a mental health and substance abuse recovery context. This book: • Presents the DBT concept, Wise Mind, as adapted by author Andrew Bein • Offers a simple, powerful, empirically supported framework that respectfully engages clients in their own efforts to enhance personal well-being • Includes empirically supported exercises with an emphasis on collaboration and client empowerment using a recovery oriented model for client treatment and improved outcomes

An Introduction and Guide

Primer on

Posttraumatic Growth

Mary Beth Werdel, Fordham University, Robert J. Wicks, Loyola University 978-1-118-10678-5 • Paper • 256 pp. • 2012

Drawing on the growing empirical and theoretical material on posttraumatic growth—an outgrowth of the positive psychology movement—Primer on Mary Beth Werdel Robert J. Wicks Posttraumatic Growth provides insight, depth, and treatment recommendations for both the clinicians who work with those who have experienced dramatic negative events in their lives and for other professionals who support victims of trauma and extreme stress. This essential primer examines: • The connections between meaning and growth • The impact of cognitive processing on posttraumatic growth • Positive emotion and posttraumatic growth • Posttraumatic growth and an “open” personality

“This is a thoughtful book that dares to venture into the uncharted territory of rethinking treatment for persons diagnosed with personality disorders based on the recovery paradigm. While DBT has always been a respectful, and empowering, approach, Bein courageously challenges some of the core assumptions upon which traditional psychotherapeutic practice has been based in order to engage clients in a more collaborative relationship that enables them to assume an active, and central, role in their own recovery.”—Larry Davidson, Ph.D., Professor of Psychiatry, Yale TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Applying Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Toward Access for Diverse Client Needs. 2. Emotion Regulation and Resilience: Developing Wise Mind. 3. Applying DBT to Mental Health and Substance Abuse Recovery. 4. Accounting for Trauma. 5. Clinician’s Use-of-Self: Foundation for Effective Practice. 6. Lessons and Activities: Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Wellness and Recovery.

• The human drive to be in positive and important interpersonal relationships • Forgiveness: can it be extended towards all areas of posttraumatic growth? • Posttraumatic growth and religious and spiritual variables TABLE OF CONTENTS 1: Posttraumatic Growth: Concise History, Definitions, and Implications. 2: Posttraumatic Growth:Truth or Myth. 3: Meaning. 4: Cognitive Processing. 5: Positive Emotions and Growth. 6: Personality & Personal Attributes. 7: Relationships. 8: Forgiveness. 9: Faith, Suffering and Religious Coping. On the Road to Wisdom: Being a Mindful Companion on the Path to Posttraumatic Growth: An Epilogue.

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SIS, STRESSORS, AND TRANSITIONS BODY AND EMOTION COGNITIVE FUNCTION BEHAVIORAL AND LEARNING MODELS EXISTENTIAL S E C O N AND D SPIRITUAL E D I T IMODELS ON CHODYNAMIC MODELS SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS CR STRESSORS, AND TRANSITIONS BODY AND EMOTION COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING EHAVIORAL AND LEARNING MODELS SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTA CTORS EXISTENTIAL AND SPIRITUAL MODELS PSYCHODYNAMIC MODELS SOCIA ULTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS CRISIS, STRESSORS, AND TRANSITION DY AND EMOTION COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING BODY AND EMOTION BEHAVIOR ND LEARNING MODELS EXISTENTIAL AND SPIRITUAL MODELS PSYCHODYNAMI MODELS SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS CRISIS, STRESSOR ND TRANSITIONS SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS BODY AN TION COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING CRISIS, STRESSORS, AND TRANSITIONS BEHAVI ND LEARNING MODELS BEHAVIORAL AND LEARNING MODELS EXISTENTIAL AN TUAL MODELS PSYCHODYNAMIC MODELS SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND ENVIRONME ACTORS CRISIS, STRESSORS, AND TRANSITIONS BODY AND EMOTION COGNITIV UNCTIONING COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING BEHAVIORAL AND LEARNING MODEL TENTIAL AND SPIRITUAL MODELS CRISIS, STRESSORS, AND TRANSITIONS COGNI TIONING BEHAVIORAL AND LEARNING MODELS PSYCHODYNAMIC MODELS SO ULTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS CRISIS, STRESSORS, AND TRANSITION BODY AND EMOTION COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING BEHAVIORAL AND LEARNING DELS EXISTENTIAL AND SPIRITUAL MODELS PSYCHODYNAMIC MODELS COGNIT CTIONING SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS CRISIS, STRESS ND TRANSITIONS BODY AND EMOTION COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING BEHAVIORA AND LEARNING MODELS EXISTENTIAL AND SPIRITUAL MODELS PSYCHODYNAMI DELS SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS CRISIS, STRESSORS, A RANSITIONS BODY AND EMOTION COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING BEHAVIORAL AN RNING MODELS SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS EXISTENT AND SPIRITUAL MODELS PSYCHODYNAMIC MODELS SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND IRONMENTAL FACTORS CRISIS, STRESSORS, AND TRANSITIONS BODY AND EMOT COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING BEHAVIORAL AND LEARNING MODELS EXISTENTIA AND SPIRITUAL MODELS PSYCHODYNAMIC MODELS SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND VIRONMENTAL FACTORS CRISIS, STRESSORS, AND TRANSITIONS SOCIAL, CULTUR ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS BODY AND EMOTION COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING C RESSORS, AND TRANSITIONS BEHAVIORAL AND LEARNING MODELS BEHAVIORA ND LEARNING MODELS EXISTENTIAL AND SPIRITUAL MODELS PSYCHODYNAMI MODELS SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS CRISIS, STRESSOR AND TRANSITIONS BODY AND EMOTION COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING COGNITIV NCTIONING BEHAVIORAL AND LEARNING MODELS EXISTENTIAL AND SPIRITU DELS CRISIS, STRESSORS, AND TRANSITIONS COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING BODY A TION COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING CRISIS, STRESSORS, AND TRANSITIONS BEHAVI AND EMOTION BEHAVIORAL AND LEARNING MODELS EXISTENTIAL AND SPIRI ELS PSYCHODYNAMIC MODELS SOCIAL, CULTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL FAC SIS STRESSORS AND TRANSITIONS BODY AND EMOTION COGNITIVE FUNCTION

Clinical Case Formulations Matching the Integrative Treatment Plan to the Client

Clinical Case Formulations: Matching the Integrative Treatment Plan to the Client, Second Edition Barbara Lichner Ingram, Pepperdine University 978-1-118-03822-2 • Paper • 505 pp. • 2012

This unique guide provides a systematic method to integrate ideas, skills, and techniques from different theoretical approaches, empirical research, and clinical experience to create a case formulation that is tailor-made for the client. The Second Edition includes: Barbara Lichner Ingram

• Three new hypotheses (Emotional Focus, Trauma, and Metacognitive Perspective) • More detail on acceptance and commitment therapy and dialectical behavior therapy • Discussion of cultural diversity TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I. Case Formulation Skills. 1. A Framework for Clinical Case Formulations. 2. Gathering Data. 3. Defining Problems. 4. Setting Outcome Goals. 5. Organizing and Presenting The Database. 6. Creating the Formulation. 7. Writing the Treatment Plan. Part II. Thirty Core Clinical Hypotheses. 8. Crisis, Stressful Situations, Transitions, and Trauma. 9. Body and Emotions. 10. Cognitive Models. 11. Behavioral and Learning Models. 12. Existential and Spiritual Models. 13. Psychodynamic Models. 14. Social, Cultural, and Environmental Factors. 15. Practice, Practice, Practice.

Fundamentals of

Crisis Counseling

Fundamentals of Crisis Counseling Geri Miller, Appalachian State University 978-0-470-43830-5 • Paper • 276 pp. • 2012

Integrating practical training with both research and theory, Fundamentals of Crisis Counseling offers students and professionals proven hands-on techniques to assist clients in recovery Geri Miller from crisis and towards an eventual return to their day-to-day lives. Written in the author’s gentle yet purposeful voice, this reader-friendly guide is filled with lessons on current evidence-based counseling, how to operate as a client stress manager, and information on finding resources that facilitate client resilience. Stemming from the author’s thirty-five years of experience as a crisis counselor, this book contains valuable information on: • Crisis theory and intervention models • Concepts, techniques, assessment, and treatment for disaster mental health work • Legal and ethical concerns regarding working with individuals, groups, couples, and families • Assessment and instrument selection • Main concepts and techniques of brief therapy, motivational interviewing, stages of change, positive psychology, grief therapy, client resilience, and spirituality • Multicultural crisis counseling techniques centered on age, gender, sexual orientation, and ethnicity • Counselor self-care, complete with case studies and examples The book includes access to an online instructor’s test bank, PowerPoint® slides, and syllabi in line with 2009 Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) standards. Fundamentals of Crisis Counseling imparts useful knowledge on little-utilized crisis counseling abilities, preparing counselors at every stage to effectively respond to the immediate and lasting affects of crisis.

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Clinical Interviewing, Fifth Edition

Spirituality in Counseling and Psychotherapy: An Integrative Approach that Empowers Clients

John Sommers-Flanagan and Rita Sommers-Flanagan, both of University of Montana

Rick Johnson, Portland State University

978-1-118-27004-2 • Paper w/DVD • 624 pp. • 2014

Featuring an accompanying DVD with counselors and clients demonstrating effective techniques, Clinical Interviewing, Fifth Edition guides clinicians through elementary listening skills onward to more advanced, complex clinical assessment processes such as intake interviewing, mental status examination, and suicide assessment. The Fifth Edition provides the latest content from the DSM-5™, including: • A greater emphasis on collaborative goal setting and the client as expert • New discussion on multicultural orientation and multicultural competency • Non-face-to-face assessment and interviewing—including a structured protocol—via email, telephone, texting, videoconferencing/ Skype, instant messaging, and online chatting • An increased focus on case formulation and treatment planning The new edition presents new discussion on multicultural orientation and multicultural competency, and non-face-to-face assessment and interviewing via email, telephone, texting, videoconferencing/Skype, instant messaging, and online chatting

978-1-118-14521-0 • Paper • 263 pp. • 2013

While many clients want spiritual and philosophical issues to be addressed in therapy, many mental health professionals report that they feel ill-equipped to meet clients’ needs in this area. Providing a model that is approachable from a variety of theoretical orientations, Spirituality in Counseling and Psychotherapy discusses the unique ways that clients define, experience, and access life-affirming, spiritual beliefs and practices. Drawing on the author’s research into spiritual issues as well as predictors of clients’ psychological health, this reflective book presents an integrative approach to discussing the topic of spirituality. An essential resource for mental health professionals of all spiritual and religious persuasions, Spirituality in Counseling and Psychotherapy discusses: • Client-defined spirituality • Integrating spirituality with psychological theories • Why clients become spiritually lost • Practical steps for spiritual health and abundance in therapy • Helping clients reclaim their real self

TABLE OF CONTENTS

• How spiritually oriented therapy helps

Part One: Becoming a Mental Health Professional. 1. Introduction: Philosophy and Organization. 2. Foundations and Preparations. Part Two: Listening and Relationship Development. 3. Basic Attending, Listening, and Action Skills. 4. Directives: Questions and Action Skills. 5. Evidence-Based Relationships. Part Three: Structuring and Assessment. 6. An Overview of the Interview Process. 7. Intake Interviewing and Report Writing. 8. The Mental Status Examination. 9. Suicide Assessment. 10. Diagnosis and Treatment Planning. Part Four: Interviewing in Special Populations. 11. Interviewing in a Diverse and Multicultural World. 12. Challenging Clients and Demanding Situations. 13. Interviewing and Working with Young Clients. 14. Principles and Tips for Interviewing Couples and Families. 15. Interviewing in Online and Other Non-Face-to-Face Environments. Appendix: Extended Mental Status Examination—Interview Protocol.

• Guidance for therapists in differentiating their spirituality from their clients’ to foster a more successful therapeutic relationship.

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Bergin and Garfield’s Handbook of Psychotherapy and Behavior Change, Sixth Edition Michael J. Lambert, Brigham Young University, Editor 978-1-118-03820-8 • Cloth • 864 pp. • 2013

Keeping pace with the rapid changes that are taking place in the field, Bergin and Garfield’s Handbook of Psychotherapy and Behavior Change, Sixth Edition endures as the most important overview of research findings in psychotherapy for professionals, academics, researchers, and students. This bestselling resource presents authoritative thinking on the pressing questions, issues, and controversies in psychotherapy research and practice today. The new, comprehensive edition examines: • New findings made possible by neuro-imaging and gene research • Qualitative research designs and methods for understanding emotional problems • Research in naturalistic settings that capitalizes on the curiosity of providers of services • Practice-relevant findings, as well as methodological issues that will help direct future research Bergin and Garfield’s Handbook of Psychotherapy and Behavior Change, Sixth Edition is the classic reference on psychotherapy—revised for the twenty-first century. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: Historical, Methodological, and Conceptual Foundations. 1. Introduction and Historical Overview. 2. Methodology, Design, and Evaluation in Psychotherapy Research 3. Qualitative Research: Methods and Contributions 4. Practice-Oriented Research: Approaches and Applications. Part II: Evaluating the Ingredients of Therapeutic Efficacy. 6. The Efficacy and Effectiveness of Psychotherapy. 7. The Client in Psychotherapy. 8. Therapist Effects: Findings and Methods. 9. Psychotherapy Process—Outcome Research. Part III: Major Approaches. 10. Behavior Therapy With Adults. 12. Research on Dynamic Therapies. 13. Research on Humanistic-Experiential Psychotherapies. Part IV: Research on Applications in Special Groups and Settings. 14. Psychotherapy for Children and Adolescents. 15. The Effectiveness of Couple and Family-Based Clinical Interventions. 16. Change Mechanisms and Effectiveness of Small Group Treatments. 17. Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Health Psychology. 18. Combining Medication and Psychotherapy in the Treatment of Major Mental Disorders. 19. Training and Supervision in Psychotherapy.

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Second Edition

COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY THEORIES IN CONTEXT

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Counseling and Psychotherapy Theories in Context and Practice: Skills, Strategies, and Techniques, Second Edition John Sommers-Flanagan and Rita Sommers-Flanagan, both of University of Montana 978-0-470-61793-9 • Hardcover • 592 pp. • 2012

JOHN SOMMERS -FLANAGAN RITA SOMMERS -FLANAGAN

This bestselling text provides an in-depth understanding of the origins, development, and key figures of each major theory and strongly emphasizes the application of these theories in real-world practice. Includes useful learning aids, instructions for ongoing assessment, and valuable case studies—all designed to facilitate comprehension and lead to effective, ethical practice. The Second Edition has been thoroughly updated and includes: • Information on the evidence base for each theory • A new Treatment Planning section in each chapter • Two new chapters on Contemporary Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies in Practice and Family Systems Theory and Therapy TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Psychotherapy and Counseling Essentials: An Introduction. 2. Psychoanalytic Approaches. 3. Individual Psychology and Adlerian Therapy. 4. Existential Theory and Therapy. 5. Person-Centered Theory and Therapy. 6. Gestalt Theory and Therapy. 7. Behavioral Theory and Therapy. 8. Cognitive-Behavioral Theory and Therapy. 9. Choice Theory and Reality Therapy. 10. Feminist Theory and Therapy. 11. Constructive Theory and Therapy. 12. Family Systems Theory and Therapy. 13. Developing Your Multicultural Orientation and Skills. 14. Integrative and Evidence-Based New Generation Therapies.

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Counseling and Psychotherapy Theories in Context and Practice: Skills, Strategies and Techniques, Second Edition, Study Guide John Sommers-Flanagan and Rita Sommers-Flanagan, both of University of Montana 978-0-470-90437-4 • Paper • 394 pp. • 2012

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A student companion to Counseling and Psychotherapy Theories in Context and Practice, Second Edition, the Study Guide features chapter summaries, questions for reflection, and other helpful tools to reinforce concepts covered in the text.

Counseling and Psychotherapy Theories in Context and Practice DVD John Sommers-Flanagan and Rita Sommers-Flanagan, both of University of Montana 978-1-118-40253-5 • 2-DVD set • 2012

Ideal for supplemental use with Counseling and Psychotherapy Theories in Context and Practice, Second Edition, this two-DVD set provides students with realistic video demonstrations of the major theoretical orientations using real counselors and clients. Each segment offers an introduction of the theory and the client; demonstration of the theory in action; and a summary of the counseling session. Theories covered include: • Psychoanalytic • Adlerian • Existential • Person-Centered • Gestalt • Behavioral • Cognitive-Behavioral • Reality Therapy • Feminist • Solution Focused • Family Systems.

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Ethics for Addiction Professionals

The Portable Lawyer for Mental Health Professionals: An A-Z Guide to Protecting Your Clients, Your Practice, and Yourself, Third Edition

Jennifer D. Berton, Berton Trainings, Clinical Trainings Institute 978-0-470-90719-1 • Paper • 288 pp. • 2014

Providing up-to-date and comprehensive information, this practical guide uses clinical case examples and professional codes of ethics to help addiction counselors learn and apply ethical standards. Real-life examples of ethical dilemmas in clinical practice illustrate potential pitfalls and the actions needed when faced with a dilemma. The author explores the gray area of each dilemma and provides guidelines on how to determine the best course of action when the best course is unclear. This book emphasizes ethics as a set of guidelines aimed at protecting the client, the clinician, and the profession as a whole TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction. Part I: Protecting the Client. 2. Key: Recognize Your Strengths and Limitations. 3. Principle: Client Welfare. 4. Principle: Cultural Diversity. 5. Principle: The Counseling Relationship. 6. Pitfall: Conflicted Agendas. Part II: Protecting the Clinical Information. 7. Key: Respect the Tiers of Ethics. 8. Principle: Proper Use of Written Clinical Material. 9. Principle: Proper Use of Spoken Clinical Material. 10. Pitfall: Confused Roles. Part III: Ethics that Protect the Counselor. 11. Key: Seek Continuous Learning. 12. Principle: Responsibility. 13. Principle: Competency. 14. Pitfall: Clinician Burnout. Part IV: Ethics that Protect the Community. 15. Key: Make the Rule. 16. Principle: Workplace Standards. 17. Principle: Professional Rapport. 18. Principle: Societal Obligations. 19. Pitfall: Cutting Corners. Conclusion. Ethics Exam.

Thomas L. Hartsell, Jr., Northlake College, Barton E. Bernstein, University of Texas 978-1-118-34108-7 • Paper • 532 pp. • 2013

Fully revised, The Portable Lawyer for Mental Health Professionals, Third Edition identifies, explores, and presents solutions to both the simple and complex legal questions that mental health practices must deal with daily. This essential guide arms professionals with expert knowledge needed to avoid a legal violation, or to know how to handle a situation if a complaint is filed. With downloadable sample forms and contracts, this complete resource features step-by-step guidance, helpful case studies, and “legal light bulbs” to alert clinicians to warning signs and help them steer clear of legally questionable situations. New to the Third Edition: • Coverage of how to conduct business in a digital world • Vital information on a variety of associations’ ethics guidelines • A look at the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act • Considerations for using or not using evidence-based treatments • New information on working with minors and dealing with homicidal clients BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS Section One. Clinical Records: Protected or Not. Section Two. Confidentiality. Section Three. Contracts. Section Four. Fees. Section Five. Forensic Issues. Section Six. Practice Models. Section Seven: How to Avoid Malpractice Charges. Section Eight. Managed Care. Section Nine. Teamwork. Section Ten. Unusual Practices. Section Eleven. Federal Regulations, HIPAA, and HITECH.

Ethics in Psychotherapy and Counseling: A Practical Guide, Fourth Edition Kenneth S. Pope, Yale University, Melba J. T. Vasquez, University of Texas 978-0-470-63307-6 • Paper • 500 pp. • 2011

Clinicians face ethical dilemmas every day, issues that fall into the gray areas of a mental health practice. This book provides guidance on the ethical responsibilities that confront mental health professionals. The Fourth Edition: • Has been updated with the latest guidelines and trends in the areas of privacy, confidentiality, ethical responsibilities and legal requirements • Includes new rule changes in the American Psychological Association’s Ethics Codes for various specialties • Timely coverage explores the ethical questions surrounding email and social media communications between therapist and client The gold standard in the field, Ethics in Psychotherapy and Counseling: A Practical Guide, Fourth Edition is a must for today’s psychologists, therapists, counselors and students of psychology.

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Foundations of Couples, Marriage, and Family Counseling

Foundations of Couples, Marriage, and Family Counseling David Capuzzi, Mark D. Stauffer, both of Walden University 978-1-118-71099-9 • Cloth • 624 pp. • 2015

SECOND EDITION

Working with

Families G u i d e l i n es

This comprehensive textbook covers the necessary theory, research, and hisMark D. Stauffer tory that undergirds couples, marriage, and family counseling, it also engages graduate students by providing the connection between theory and the real-life practice of today’s counselors.

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• Each chapter also delves into current issues that are embedded within couples, marriage, and family counseling: diversity, violence, abuse, trauma, sexuality and gender, addictions, and loss • Chapter contributors are nationally recognized experts on their topic and provide state-of-the-art information TABLE OF CONTENTS Part One Essential Knowledge and Skills. 1. Variations in Family Systems and Family Life Cycles. 2. Using Community Genograms to Position Culture and Context in Family Therapy. 3. Diversity and Intercultural Work in Family Counseling. 4. Using Research and Effectively Evaluating Couples and Family Therapy. 5. Legal, Ethical, and Professional Issues. Part Two Theories: History, Concepts, and Techniques. 6. Psychodynamic Theories: Approaches and Applications. 7. Experiential and Humanistic Theories: Approaches and Applications. 8. Bowenian Family Systems Theory: Approaches and Applications. 9. Structural Theory: Approaches and Applications. 10. Strategic and Milan Systemic Theories: Approaches and Applications. 11. Behavioral and Cognitive-Behavioral Theories: Approaches and Applications. Part Three Couples Work. 12. Key Issues and Interventions in Couples Counseling. 13. Sexuality and Gender in Couples Counseling. 14. Counseling Couples using Life Cycle and Narrative Therapy Lenses. Part Four Special Issues. 15. Filial Play Therapy and Other Strategies for Working with Parents. 16. Working with Addictions in Family Therapy. 17. Violence, Abuse, and Trauma in Family Therapy. 18. Divorce and Other Loss Issues in Family Therapy.

John T. Edwards

Working with Families: Guidelines and Techniques, Second Edition John T. Edwards 978-0-470-89047-9 • Paper • 190 pp. • 2011

Serving as a clinical guide for any type of family work, from one-time contact with families in a medical setting to intensive in-home family work, Working with Families, Second Edition takes a systems-oriented, problemsolving approach to counseling, emphasizing results rather than exploration.

• Provides a concise overview of family work, including dos and don’ts, as well as potential pitfalls and how to avoid them • Filled with field-tested guidelines, techniques, clinical suggestions, and client exercises applicable to different types of families in diverse settings • Includes a separate section on working with chemical dependency in families TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Foundation Ideas. 2. Special Situations. 3. Counselor Ideas. 4. Techniques. 5. Multiple Family Groups. 6. Working with Chemical Dependency in Families.

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Systems Theory in Action: Applications to Individual, Couples, and Family Therapy

K. Daniel O’Leary, Richard E. Heyman, both of Stony Brook University, State University of New York., Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr., Life Guidance Services, Grand Rapids, MI,

Shelly Smith-Acuña , University of Denver

978-0-470-40695-3 • Paper • 352 pp. • 2011

The Couples Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, Second Edition provides all the elements necessary to quickly and easily develop formal treatment plans that satisfy the demands of HMOs, managed care companies, third-party payors, and state and federal agencies. •

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• New edition features empirically supported, evidence-based treatment interventions • New chapters on Internet sexual use, retirement, and parenthood strain • Organized around 35 behaviorally based presenting problems including jealousy, midlife crisis, parenting conflicts, and sexual dysfunction • Over 1,000 prewritten treatment goals, objectives, and interventions— plus space to record your own treatment plan options • Includes a sample treatment plan that conforms to the requirements of most third-party payors and accrediting agencies including CARF, The Joint Commission (TJC), COA, and the NCQA

978-0-470-47582-9 • Paper • 188 pp. • 2011

Systems Theory in Action presents systems theory—the unifying principles surrounding the organization and functioning of systems—as it applies to individual, couples, and family therapy.

This innovative book explores systems theory as an effective model for general mental health practice. It examines the role systems theory can play, specifically in understanding clients’ presenting problems in context, within the various systems and subsystems in which the problems are embedded. Filled with realistic clinical stories illustrating relevant concepts that tie theory to technique, Systems Theory in Action takes an in-depth look at: • Systems theory as a solid guide through the dynamic process of psychotherapy • The multilayered value of observing human interactions through a systems view • Systemic thinking, its core components, and how it serves to reveal a “big picture” view of clients and their presenting problems

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Sample Treatment Plan, Blended Family Problems, Eating Disorders, Intimate Partner Violence, Situational (Bi-directional) Couple Violence, Parenting Conflicts, Transition to Parenthood StrainsStrains. Work/Home Role Strain.

1: Introduction to Systems Thinking. 2: Context. 3: Causality. 4: Communication. 5: Change. 6: Structure. 7: History and Development. 8: Social and Cultural Narratives. 9: Applications to Theory, Research, and Organizations.

The Family Therapy Treatment Planner, Second Edition Frank M. Dattilio, Harvard Medical School and University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr., Life Guidance Services, Grand Rapids, MI, Sean D. Davis, Alliant International University 978-0-470-44193-0 • Paper • 364 pp. • 2010

The Family Therapy Treatment Planner, Second Edition provides all the elements necessary to quickly and easily develop formal treatment plans that satisfy the demands of HMOs, managed care companies, third-party payors, and state and federal agencies. • Organized around 40 main presenting problems including child/parent conflicts, depression, abuse, death and loss issues, blended family problems, and loss of family cohesion • Over 1,000 prewritten treatment goals, objectives, and interventions plus space to record your own treatment plan options • Designed to correspond with The Family Therapy Progress Notes Planner, Second Edition and The Brief Family Therapy Homework Planner, Second Edition • Includes a sample treatment plan that conforms to the requirements of most third-party payors and accrediting agencies including CARF, The Joint Commission (TJC), COA, and the NCQA.

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Race Talk: Understanding and Facilitating Difficult Dialogues on Race

Race Talk: Understanding and Facilitating Difficult Dialogues on Race

Case Studies in Multicultural Counseling and Therapy

Derald Wing Sue, Teachers College, Columbia University

Derald Wing Sue, Teachers College, Columbia University, Miguel E. Gallardo, Pepperdine University, Helen A. Neville, University of Illinois, Editors

978-1-118-95965-7 • E-books • 352 pp. • 2015 978-1-118-95872-8 • Cloth • 352 pp. • 2015

Most people avoid any discussions of race or race-related topics because of Derald Wing Sue the strong discomfort that inevitably accompanies such conversations. Rather than endure a conflict of racial realities, many people choose instead to avoid the topic all together or remain silent when it is raised. Based on Dr. Sue’s extensive research and experience, this book: • Exposes the explicit and hidden rules that govern race talk and uncovers why conversations that touch on racial issues are so difficult • Discusses the individual and societal costs of our inability to converse honestly and openly about race • Explores the benefits of holding successful conversations and discussions around race • Offers guidelines, techniques, and advice on how to navigate conversations and lead discussions on racial topics.

978-1-118-48755-6 • Paper • 384 pp. • 2014

Designed for use in multicultural counseling courses, graduate-level practicum, or as part of a counseling techniques course, this casebook provides students with the opportunity to think critically and learn how to incorporate and apply multicultural skills and competencies in a treatment setting. This book features cases from leading scholars and practitioners in the field and is written from both the perspective of the therapist/counselor and the client/consumer. Aligned with ACA’s CACREP accreditation standards, APA’s Guidelines for Multicultural Competence, and the AMCD Multicultural Counseling Competencies, each case contains focus questions and an analysis of the case by the author. BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction: Moving from Theory to Practice in Multicultural Counseling. Part I: Cases with U.S. Racial/Ethnic Minority Populations. Part II: Case Studies Involving Special Circumstances with Ethnic Populations. Part III: Case Studies with Other Multicultural Populations.

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Counseling the Culturally Diverse: Theory and Practice, Sixth Edition Derald Wing Sue, Teachers College, Columbia University, David Sue, Western Washington State University

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Derald Wing Sue • David Sue

978-1-118-02202-3 • Hardcover • 624 pp. • 2013

This classic text defines and analyzes the meaning of diversity and multiculturalism, and includes coverage of racial/ethnic minority groups as well as multiracial individuals, women, gays and lesbians, the elderly, and those with disabilities. Completely updated to reflect changes in the field and filled with numerous examples, authentic vignettes, and practical case studies, the Sixth Edition features new chapters on: • Multicultural counseling competence for minority mental health professionals • Multicultural evidence-based practice • Culturally competent assessment • Poverty and counseling BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS Section I: The Multiple Dimensions of Multicultural Counseling and Therapy. I. The Affective and Conceptual Dimensions of Multicultural Counseling/Therapy. II. The Political Dimensions of Mental Health Practice. III. The Practice Dimensions of Multicultural Counseling/Therapy. IV. The Racial/Cultural Identity Development in Multicultural Counseling and Therapy. Section II: Multicultural Counseling and Specific Populations. V. Understanding Specific Populations. VI. Counseling and Therapy with Racial/Ethnic Minority Group Populations. VII. Counseling and Special Circumstances Involving Racial/Ethnic Populations. VIII. Counseling and Therapy with Other Multicultural Populations.

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Jennifer A. Erickson Cornish Barry A. Schreier Lavita I. Nadkarni Lynett Henderson Metzger Emil R. Rodolfa ■

Handbook of

Multicultural Counseling Competencies

Handbook of Multicultural Counseling Competencies Jennifer A. Erickson Cornish, University of Denver, Barry A. Schreier, University of Connecticut, Lavita I. Nadkarni, Lynett Henderson Metzger, both of University of Denver

Microaggressions in Everyday Life Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation

Microaggressions in Everyday Life: Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation Derald Wing Sue, Teachers College, Columbia University 978-0-470-49140-9 • Cloth • 352 pp. • 2010

978-0-470-43746-9 • Cloth • 552 pp. • 2010

A thorough and contemporary exploration of issues fundamental to multicultural competency, the Handbook of Multicultural Counseling Competencies draws together an expert group of contributors who provide a wide range of viewpoints and personal experiences to explore the identification and development of specific competencies necessary to work effectively with an increasingly diverse population. Beginning with a Foreword by Derald Wing Sue, this unique handbook offers a broad, comprehensive view of multiculturalism that is inclusive and reflective. The coverage in this important book lies beyond the scope of traditionally defined multiculturalism, with discussion of historically overlooked groups that have experienced prejudice and bias because of their size, social class, age, language, disability, or sexual orientation. This book provides readers with: • Practical cases and examples to enhance skill development, promote critical thinking, and increase awareness • A cross-section of diversity characteristics and best practice guidelines • Examination of detailed, developmentally relevant competency categories • Resources and exercises designed for practitioners at various levels of experience and expertise Designed to enhance general multicultural competency and their ability to provide services to the populations specifically described, this thoughtprovoking text will prove useful in facilitating ongoing dialogues about multicultural competence in all its variations TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. An Overview of Multicultural Counseling Competencies. 2. The Competent Treatment of the Diverse Older Adults. 3. Disability: Multiple and Intersecting Identities—Developing Multicultural Competencies. 4. Broaching Ethnicity Competently in Therapy. 5. Clinical Competencies in Working with Immigrant Communities. 6. Competency with Linguistically Diverse Populations. 7. Psychotherapy with Men: Building Practice Competencies. 8. Developing Multicultural Competency in Clinical Work with People of Mixed Ancestry. 9. Becoming a Racially Competent Therapist. 10. Competencies for Working with Sexual Orientation and Multiple Cultural Identities. 11. Sizeism: An Unrecognized Prejudice. 12. Developing Competency in Social Class and Classism in Counseling and Psychotherapy. 13. Developing Competency in Spiritual and Religious Aspects of Counseling. 14. Counseling Competency with Transgender and Intersex Persons. 15. Developing Competency with White Identity and Privilege. 16. Counseling Competencies with Women: Understanding Gender in the Context of Multiple Dimensions of Identity.

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Written by bestselling author Derald Wing Sue, Microaggressions in Everyday Life: Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation provides a transformative look at covert bias, prejudice, and discrimination, with hopeful solutions for their eventual dissolution.

Derald Wing Sue

“Microaggressions in Everyday Life offers an insightful, scholarly, and thought-provoking analysis of the existence of subtle, often unintentional biases, and their profound impact on members of traditionally disadvantaged groups. The material is solidly grounded in theory, but the implications for psychological practice and everyday life are vivid. The concept of microaggressions is one of the most important developments in the study of intergroup relations over the past decade, and this volume is the definitive source on the topic.”—John F. Dovidio, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, Yale University TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION ONE: PSYCHOLOGICAL MANIFESTATION AND DYNAMICS OF MICROAGGRESSIONS. 1: The Manifestation of Racial, Gender, and Sexual-Orientation Microaggressions. 2: Taxonomy of Microaggressions. 3: The Psychological Dilemmas and Dynamics of Microaggressions. SECTION TWO: MICROAGGRESSIVE IMPACT ON TARGETS AND PERPETRATORS. 4: The Microaggression Process Model: From Beginning to End. 5: Microaggressive Stress: Impact on Physical and Mental Health. 6: Microaggressive Perpetrators and Oppression: The Nature of the Beast. SECTION THREE: GROUP-SPECIFIC MICROAGGRESSIONS: RACE, GENDER, AND SEXUAL ORIENTATION. 7: Racial/Ethnic Microaggressions and Racism. 8: Gender Microaggressions and Sexism. 9: Sexual-Orientation Microaggressions and Heterosexism. SECTION FOUR: MICROAGGRESSIONS IN EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION, AND MENTAL HEALTH PRACTICE. 10: Microaggressive Impact in the Workplace and Employment. 11: Microaggressive Impact on Education and Teaching: Facilitating Difficult Dialogues on Race in the Classroom. 12: Microaggressive Impact on Mental Health Practice.


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On Being a Master Therapist: Practicing What You Preach Jeffrey A. Kottler, California State University, Jon Carlson, Governors State University 978-1-118-22581-3 • Paper • 304 pp. • 2014

Bringing a breath of fresh air to the therapy profession, this compelling and thoughtful resource urges readers to move from competency to full mastery in the mental health field. Combining the findings of hundreds of previous studies, interviews with a wide range of master therapists and thier own unique experiences and perspectives, Jeffery A. Kottler and Jon Carlson have devised a guide that takes therapists and aspiring therapists out of their comfort zones. Professionals and graduate students in the field of psychology, counseling, social work, and human services will find a level of honesty and candor in this resource, which tackles a range of essential topics in a frank, personal tone, and closes with a meaningful discussion about the challenges of striving for mastery. Master therapists and authors Kottler and Carlson explore a range of hot-button topics, such as: • Cultural misunderstandings • Disliking your clients (or having clients dislike you) • Receiving negative feedback from clients • Injecting creativity into the therapeutic process • Finding time for social justice and advocacy On Being a Master Therapist provides a much-needed look at a range of topics that aren’t often given such genuine and insightful treatment, with the goal of helping you attain the attributes that truly distinguish excellence in clinical practice

Clinical Supervision Activities for Increasing Competence and Self-Awareness Roy A. Bean, Brigham Young University, Sean D. Davis, Alliant International University, Maureen P. Davey, Drexel University, 978-1-118-63752-4 • Paper • 360 pp. • 2014

The book covers both clinical as well as diversity-focused competence and awareness, and suggests various forms of activities, including research exercises, reflection, journaling, and more. Each activity includes measurement metrics as well as additional resources that help clinicians identify the best activity for a given situation. Appropriate for clinicians at every level and from a multitude of backgrounds, these tried and tested best practices can be used in clinical supervision, as a class assignment, or to facilitate professional growth. Providing tested guidance for clinical supervisors of mental health professionals, editors Roy A. Bean, Sean D. Davis, and Maureen P. Davey draw from their own backgrounds in training, private practice, and academe, as well as from an international panel of experts representing various mental health fields, to provide activities and best practices that allow therapists to better serve an increasingly diverse set of clients and issues. The numerous experiential activities included in this book will help develop skills and techniques around: • Intuition • Empathy • Self-awareness • Mindfulness • Multicultural awareness • Perspective taking BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: Core Clinical Competence and Self-Awareness Part II: Diversity-Focused Competence and Self-Awareness

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. What Is a Master Therapist Anyway—And How Do You Get to Be One? 2 . What We (Think We) Know So Far. 3. Deep Compassion and Caring. 4. Sophisticated Interpersonal Skills: Really, Really Listening. 5. Being Fully Present While Focusing on the Other 75. 6. Knowing What Maybe/Probably/Mostly Makes a Difference. 7. Speaking the Truth. 8. Making Mistakes—But Not the Same Ones Over and Over. 9. Inviting and Responding to Constructive Feedback. 10. Who You Are Is as Important as What You Do. 11. Acknowledging Commonalities, Responding to Differences. 12. Love Is a Four-Letter Word in Therapy. 13. Getting Wild and a Little Crazy: Promoting Creative Breakthroughs. 14. Promoting Social Interest and Advocacy. 15. Being a Work in Progress.

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Clinician’s Guide to Self-Renewal: Essential Advice from the Field

The Complete Adult Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, Fifth Edition

Robert J. Wicks, Loyola University, Elizabeth A. Maynard, University of St. Thomas,

Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr.,Life Guidance Services, Grand Rapids, MI, L. Mark Peterson, Timothy J. Bruce

978-1-118-44381-1 • Cloth • 528 pp. • 2014

A time-saving resource, fully revised to meet the changing needs of mental health professionals, The Complete Adult Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, Fifth Edition provides all the elements necessary to quickly and easily develop formal treatment plans that satisfy the demands of HMOs, managed care companies, third-party payors, and state and federal agencies.

• Presents a holistic approach to psychological wellness, featuring strategies to renew the mind, body, spirit, and community

• New edition features empirically supported, evidence-based treatment interventions including anger control problems, low self-esteem, phobias, and social anxiety

• Collects time-tested advice from experts such as Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Judith Beck, Ph.D., David Myers, and John Norcross • Discusses such wide-ranging topics as self-care for clinicians in the disaster context; mindfulness, silence, solitude, and reflection in the life of the clinician; zen therapy and renewal; self-renewal among gay and lesbian adults; posttraumatic growth; intergenerational trauma and healing; renewal in marital, family, and group settings; self-renewal with African Americans in psychotherapy; and more BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: Self-Renewal and the Clinician. Part II: Alonetime, Mindfulness, the Sabbath, Natural Empathy: Loving Kindness, Zen Therapy, and Self-Renewal. Part III: Trauma, Growth, Healing, Patience, Forgiveness, Courage, and the Process of Renewal. Part IV: Theoretical Approaches to Self-Renewal: Group, Marital, and Family System, Dialectical, Behavioral, and the Ways Paradigm. Part V: Spirituality and Self-Renewal. Part VI: Topics in Self-Renewal.

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978-1-118-06786-4 • Paper • 608 pp. • 2014

Providing advice consistent with the current emphasis on working from strengths to promote renewal, this guide presents a holistic approach to psychological wellness. Time-tested advice is featured from experts such as Craig Cashwell, Jeffrey Barnett, and Kenneth Pargament. With strategies to renew the mind, body, spirit, and community, this book guides and inspires for the renewal of body, mind, community, and spirit.

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• Organized around 43 behaviorally based presenting problems, including depression, intimate relationship conflicts, chronic pain, anxiety, substance use, borderline personality, and more • Over 1,000 prewritten treatment goals, objectives, and interventions—-plus space to record your own treatment plan options • Easy-to-use reference format helps locate treatment plan components by behavioral problem or DSM-5 diagnosis • Includes a sample treatment plan that conforms to the requirements of most third-party payors and accrediting agencies including CARF, The Joint Commission (TJC), COA, and the NCQA TABLE OF CONTENTS Sample Treatment Plan. Anger Control Problems. Antisocial Behavior. Anxiety. Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)—Adult. Bipolar—Depression. Bipolar—Mania. Borderline Personality. Childhood Trauma. Chronic Pain. Cognitive Deficits. Dependency. Dissociation. Eating Disorders and Obesity. Educational Deficits. Family Conflict. Female Sexual Dysfunction. Financial Stress. Grief/Loss Unresolved. Impulse Control Disorder. Intimate Relationship Conflicts. Legal Conflicts. Low Self-Esteem. Male Sexual Dysfunction. Medical Issues. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Panic/Agoraphobia. Paranoid Ideation. Parenting. Phase of Life Problems. Phobia. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Psychoticism. Sexual Abuse Victim. Sexual Identity Confusion. Sleep Disturbance. Social Anxiety. Somatization. Spiritual Confusion. Substance Use. Suicidal Ideation. Type A Behavior. Unipolar Depression. Vocational Stress.


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Here’s a much-needed, all-inclusive, practical guide to help you design, conduct, and finish your academic dissertation—with minimal drama. Sharing the secrets for successfully navigating through the dissertation and thesis process while maintaining your sanity, Finish Your Dissertation, Don’t Let It Finish You! presents comprehensive coverage of the entire dissertation process, from selecting a committee and choosing a research topic to conducting the research and writing and defending your dissertation. Joanne Broder Sumerson follows the sequential flow of a dissertation to help you move through the process in a logical, step-by-step manner with an abundance of practical examples and useful tips on: • Proper dissertation etiquette—smarts and strategies for managing the committee • Breaking ground on your study • The anatomy of the five chapters of your dissertation • Making a compelling argument for why your study should be done • Creating an exemplary literature review • The best practices in research design • Getting official approval from the Institutional Review Board • Organizing your freshly collected data • Concluding your dissertation • Presenting a smooth oral defense TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. The Secret Handshake. 2. Breaking Ground on Your Study. 3. Anatomy of a Dissertation. 4. Rolling Out the Red Carpet for Your Study: The Strong Introduction. 5. Write, Write, Write: Literature Review Made Simple. 6. Data Scavenger Hunt: Designing the Right Methodology. 7. The Institutional Review Board (IRB) Process. 8. Making Sense of the Data Collection Scavenger Hunt: Results. 9. I Am Listening, Data: Discussion. 10. Your Data’s Next Chapter After the Dissertation Write-Up and Graduation.

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Thomas M. Skovholt

Becoming a Therapist: On the Path to Mastery Thomas M. Skovholt, University of Minnesota 978-0-470-40374-7 • Paper • 320 pp. • 2012

Written for those entering a career in the helping professions, Becoming a Therapist: On the Path to Mastery explores the therapeutic career path for new practitioners, painting a vivid portrait of the novice therapist’s journey.

This practical book demonstrates using the helping relationship to improve the lives of others, whether your chosen profession is in counseling, clinical psychology, social work, school counseling, addictions counseling, family therapy, medicine, community counseling, pastoral counseling, or academic advising. Becoming a Therapist prepares you for the reality of what it means to be a beginning therapist, with relevant discussion of: • The fifteen indispensable qualities of every mental health professional • The unfolding practitioner self • Self-care for burnout prevention and resiliency development

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Creating Space Within. 2. Valuing and Accessing Alonetime. 3. Recognizing the Cues of Subtle “Mindlessness.” 4. Learning the Art of Leaning Back. 5. Experiencing a New Type of Counselor Self-Nurturance. 6. Alonetime as a University: Honoring the Wisdom of Mentors of Mindfulness. Appendix. Retreat and Reflect: Enjoying a Fresh Experience of Your Own Inner Life.

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DOCUMENTATION Third Edition PRIMER

1: Opening Up Your Life to the Excitement of the Therapy and Counseling Professions. 2: Novice Advantages. 3: The Curse of Ambiguity and Other Ills and What to Do About Them. 4: Who Am I Becoming? The Unfolding Practitioner Self. 5: Developing Habits of Culturally Competent Practice. 6: Issues, Concerns, and Tips as Antidotes to Novice Stress. 7: Becoming a Resilient Practitioner. 8: The Cycle of Caring. 9: The Practitioners Learning Triangle: Practice, Research/Theory, and Personal Life 10: The Path Toward Mastery—Phases and Themes of Development. 11: Practitioner Mastery and Expertise. 12: Vertical and Horizontal Nurturance for the Novice—Clinical Supervisors and Peers. 13: Worlds Apart—The Academic Research Culture and the Practice Culture and the Search for Common Space. 14: Epilogue—The Promise and Meaning of the Work.

Robert J. Wicks, Loyola University

The Inner Life of the Counselor thoughtfully looks at those elements that encourage sustained personal growth and professional development, such as self-care, stress management, and mindfulness.The data is derived from Robert J. Wicks Robert Wick’s thirty years of being a therapist, mentor, and clinical supervisor of professional helpers. Lively, practical, and marked by an elegant sense of simplicity, this nurturing book demonstrates how exploring the inner life can lead counselors to new wisdom and inner peace—not only for themselves but also for those who come to them for relief and insight.

• The importance of culturally competent practice to practitioner expertise • Practice, research/theory, and personal life: the practitioner’s learning triangle

The Inner Life of the Counselor

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Includes DSM-IV-TR™ codes and language Reflects the latest accrediting requirements from The Joint Commission and CARF Provides important tips for HIPAA compliance

Donald E. Wiger

The Psychotherapy Documentation Primer, Third Edition Donald E. Wiger 978-0-470-90396-4 • Paper • 252 pp. • 2012

Here’s everything you need to know to record client intake, treatment, and progress—incorporating the latest managed care, accrediting agency, and government regulations. Paperwork and record keeping are dayto-day realities in the mental health practice.

The standard professionals and students have turned to for quick and easy, yet comprehensive, guidance to writing a wide range of mental health documents, the Third Edition of The Psychotherapy Documentation Primer continues to reflect HIPAA and accreditation agency requirements as well as offer an abundance of examples. The new edition features: • Revised examples of a wider range of psychological concerns • New chapters on documentation ethics and the art and science of psychological assessment and psychotherapy • Study questions and answers at the end of each chapter TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction. 2. The Art and Science of Psychological Assessment and Treatment. 3. Overview of Current Documentation Procedures and Third Party Requirements. 4. Ethical Considerations in Documentation. 5. The Biopsychosocial Assessment. 6. The Mental Status Exam. 7. Validating a Diagnosis. 8 Formulating a Treatment Plan. 9. Writing Progress Notes. 10. Documenting the Need for Additional Services.

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JEFFrEy KOTTlEr “This is one of those rare and exciting books that reaches deep into the heart of a profession…” —Booklist

On Being a

Therapist FOurTh EdiTiOn

On Being a Therapist, Fourth Edition Jeffrey A. Kottler, California State University 978-0-470-56547-6 • Paper • 368 pp. • 2010

An updated revision of Jeffrey Kottler’s classic book reveals the new realities and inner experiences of therapeutic practice today.

For more than 25 years, On Being a Therapist has inspired generations of mental health professionals to explore the most private and sacred aspects of their work helping others. In this new edition, he explores many of the challenges that therapists face related to increased technology, surprising research, the Internet, advances in theory and technique, as well as stress in the international and global economy, managed care bureaucracy, patients with anxiety and depression from unemployment, dysfunctional families, poor education, poverty, parenting issues, often court mandated. Consequently, there’s a wealth of new information that explores many forbidden subjects that are rarely admitted, much less talked about openly. revised and updated

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. The Therapist’s Journey. 2. Struggles for Power and Influence. 3. Personal and Professional Lives. 4. How Clients Change Their Therapists. 5. Hardships of Therapeutic Practice. 6. Being Imperfect, Living with Failure. 7. Patients Who Test Our Patience. 8. Boredom and Burnout. 9. That Which Is Not Said. 10. Lies We Tell Ourselves—and Others. 11. Alternative Therapies for Therapists. 12. Toward Creativity and Personal Growth.

The

Therapist’s Workbook SECOND EDITION

S E L F- A S S E S S M E N T, S E L F- C A R E , A N D SELF IMPROVEMENT EXERCISES FOR M E N TA L H E A LT H P R O F E S S I O N A L S

The Therapist’s Workbook: SelfAssessment, Self-Care, and Self-Improvement Exercises for Mental Health Professionals, Second Edition Jeffrey A. Kottler, California State University 978-1-118-02631-1 • Paper • 216 pp. • 2012

Mental health professionals spend their days helping others, but who is there to help them when stress and burnout threaten their own well-being? To teach clinicians and students of this field learn how to care for themselves, Kottler has filled this hands-on guide with self-assessment exercises and activities. Special attention is paid to career threatening issues, such as fear of failure, loss of confidence, and the financial stress and loss of autonomy that many clinicians’ experience as a result of managed care and its constraints. By actively engaging in the workbooks activities and keeping a weekly journal, readers will come away with renewed motivation, energy, and creativity as clinicians. JEFFREY A. KOTTLER

• This active and engaging guide is filled with self-assessments, journaling exercises, and activities designed to facilitate renewal, growth, and change • Handy consumable workbook format • New chapters, including clients as teachers, managing and preventing stress, resolving conflicts, renewal & growth through travel, and more • Helps readers set goals, structure plans, and create a written record of their development as a professional TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: Confronting Some Challenging Issues. 1. On Being a Therapist—and the Consequences of Such a Choice. 2. Joys and Privileges of Therapeutic Work. 3. Identifying Sources of Stress. 4. Acknowledging Doubts, Limitations, and Failures. 5. Clients as Teachers: Reciprocal Influences and their Effects. 6. Making Sense of What You Do as a Therapist. Part II: Taking Care of Yourself. 7. Addressing Counter-transference and Other Personal Reactions. 8. Managing and Preventing Stress. 9. Resolving Conflicts in Relationships. 10. Avoiding and Countering Burnout. 11. Travel that Can Change Your Life. 12. Building and Maintaining a Support System. Part III: Practicing What You Preach. 13. Living What You Teach Others. 14. Accessing More Fun and Joy in Therapeutic Work. 15. Promoting Creative Breakthroughs. 16. Changing Peoples’ Lives While Transforming Your Own. 17. Making Changes Last.

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What Do

I Say?

The Therapist’s Guide to Answering Client Questions

What Do I Say? The Therapist’s Guide to Answering Client Questions

Career Development and Counseling: Putting Theory and Research to Work, Second Edition

Linda N. Edelstein, Northwestern University, Charles A. Waehler, The University of Akron

Steven D. Brown, Loyola University, Robert W. Lent, University of Maryland, Editors

978-0-470-56175-1 • Paper • 358 pp. • 2011

978-1-118-06335-4 • Hardcover • 708 pp. • 2013

What Do I Say? explores the questions—some direct, others unspoken—that all therapists, at Linda N. Edelstein Charles A. Waehler one time or another, will encounter from clients. Authors and practicing therapists Linda Edelstein and Charles Waehler take a thought-provoking look at how answers to clients’ questions shape a therapeutic climate of expression that encourages personal discovery and growth. and

Strategically arranged in a question-and-answer format for ease of use, this hands-on guide is conversational in tone and filled with personal examples from experienced therapists on 23 hot-button topics, including religion, sex, money, and boundaries. What Do I Say? tackles actual client questions, such as:

The Second Edition includes: • A new introductory chapter that defines the purview of career development, discusses the importance of career counseling in the 21st century, and offers a brief history of the field

• Can you help me? (Chapter 1, The Early Sessions)

• New chapters on gender, race/ethnicity, social class and poverty, sexual minority identity, disability status, personality, and relational factors

• Sorry I am late. Can we have extra time? (Chapter 9, Boundaries)

• Major theories of career development

• I don’t believe in all this therapy crap. What do you think about that? (Chapter 3, Therapeutic Process)

• Coverage of the assessment of important career constructs and occupational information systems

• Why is change so hard? (Chapter 4, Expectations About Change)

• Interventions for working with career issues across the life span

• Where are you going on vacation? (Chapter 10, Personal Questions) • Should I pray about my problems? (Chapter 12, Religion and Spirituality) • Are you like all those other liberals who believe gay people have equal rights? (Chapter 13, Prejudice) The power of therapy lies in the freedom it offers clients to discuss anything and everything. It’s not surprising then, that clients will surprise therapists with their experiences and sometimes with the questions they ask. What Do I Say? reveals how these questions—no matter how difficult or uncomfortable—can be used to support the therapeutic process rather than derail the therapist–client relationship. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1: The Early Sessions. 2: Experience. 3: Therapeutic Process. 4: Expectations About Change. 5: Techniques. 6: Professional Role. 7: Money. 8: Confidentiality. 9: Boundaries. 10: Personal Questions. 11: Sexuality. 12: Religion and Spirituality. 13: Prejudice. 14: Stigma. 15: Physical Appearance. 16: Dreams. 17: Therapists Reactions. 18: Individual and Cultural Differences. 19: Involving Others. 20: Out of the Office. 21: Keeping in Touch. 22: Life Events. 23: Ending Therapy. Concluding Thoughts.

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Career Development and Counseling, Second Edition focuses on scientifically based career theories and practices, including those derived from research in other disciplines. Driven by the latest empirical and practical evidence, this text offers the most in-depth, far-reaching, and comprehensive career development and counseling resource available.

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BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS Section I: Major Theories of Career Development, Choice, and Adjustment. Section II: The Role of Diversity, Individual Differences, and Social Factors in Career Development, Choice, and Adjustment. Section III: Assessment and Occupational Information. Section IV: Counseling, Developmental, and Preventive Interventions.


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Essentials of Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, Second Edition Linda Wilmshurst, Lake County Schools 978-1-118-84019-1 • Paper • 352 pp. • 2014

Essentials of Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, Second Edition provides a concise, accessible overview of the major theories, assessment practices, and key issues. This updated Second Edition describes the significant changes in the way DSM™-5 conceptualizes disorders in children and adolescents, and includes a new chapter on child abuse, child maltreatment, and self-injurious behavior. Using practical case examples to illustrate key points, the book addresses specific disorders and problems prevalent among this age group—including anxiety, mood disorders, and traumatic stress. Each chapter features reader-friendly elements like Rapid Reference, Caution, and Don’t Forget boxes that call out important information, facilitating easy look-up and quick navigation. This invaluable resource fills the need for an overview of the most current issues and changes in the field, allowing readers to: • Review the development, theories, and influences in child and adolescent psychopathology • Understand neurodevelopmental disorders including intellectual and developmental disabilities, ADHD, and specific learning disabilities or disorders • Compare and contrast the manifestations of internalized vs. externalized disorders • Examine later-onset disorders and special topics including eating disorders, substance abuse, and trauma-related disorders TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: The Foundations. 1. Introduction To Child And Adolescent Psychopathology: Development, Theories, And Influences. 2. Issues In Child & Adolescent Psychopathology: Ethical Issues In Research And Practice. 3. Issues In Clinical Decision Making: Diagnosis, Assessment, And Treatment Of Childhood & Adolescent Disorders. Part II: Neurodevelopmental Disorders. 4. Intellectual And Developmental Disabilities. 5. Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). 6. Specific Learning Disabilities. Part lll: Internalizing Disorders. 7. Anxiety Disorders And Obsessive Compulsive And Related Disorders. 8. Disorders Of Mood: Depression And Bipolar Disorder. 9. Somatic Symptom And Related Disorders. Part lV: Externalizing Disorders. 10. Disruptive Behavior Disorders. Part V: Later Onset Disorders. 11. Feeding And Eating Disorders. 12. SubstanceRelated Disorders. Part Vi: Special Topics In Child And Adolescent Psychopathology. 13. Trauma- And Stressor-Related Disorders. 14. Children Of Diverse Cultures.

Adult Psychopathology and Diagnosis Seventh Edition Adult Psychopathology and Diagnosis SEVENTH EDITION

Deborah C. Beidel, University of South Florida, B. Christopher Frueh, University of Hawaii, Michel Hersen, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine 978-1-118-65708-9 • Cloth • 864 pp. • 2014

Edited by

Deborah C. Beidel B. Christopher Frueh Michel Hersen

This proven classic has been updated with DSM-5 specifications. The format provides the ideal support for students to examine and understand how diagnoses are reached and applied. Updated to reflect the latest neurobiological advancements in psychopathology, this edition follows the same proven chapter structure for the disorder chapters of previous editions to facilitate readers’ understanding and learning. Updates include topics such as: • The new Schizophrenic Spectrum designation and other psychotic disorders • The revised approach to eating disorders • Two new chapters reflect the unsettled nature of the DSM-5 for academics and clinicians alike: Chapter 21: Conditions for Further Study and Chapter 22: Alternative DSM-5 Model for Personality Disorders. Encompassing the most current research in the field, Adult Psychopathology and Diagnosis, Seventh Edition provides a thorough introduction to our current conceptualization of psychopathology and its application in clinical practice, including dimensional and categorical classifications. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Mental Disorders as Discrete Clinical Conditions: Dimensional versus Categorical Classification. 2. The Problem of Dual Diagnosis. 3 Structured and Semistructured Interviews for Differential Diagnosis: Fundamental Issues, Applications, and Features. 4. Impact of Race, Ethnicity, and Culture on the Expression and Assessment of Psychopathology. 5. Schizophrenia. 6. Bipolar and Related Disorders. 7. Mood Disorders: Depressive Disorders. 8. Panic Disorder, Agoraphobia, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Social Anxiety Disorder, and Specific Phobias. 9. Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders. 10. Trauma and Stress-Related Disorders: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Acute Stress Disorder, and Adjustment Disorders. 11. Dissociative Disorders. 12. Somatic Symptom and Related Disorders. 13. Feeding and Eating Disorders. 14. Sleep Disorders. 15. Sexual Dysfunctions and Paraphilic Disorders. 16. Gender Dysphoria. 17. Substance-Related Disorders: Alcohol. 18. Psychoactive Substance Use Disorders: Drugs. 19. Neurocognitive Disorders. 20. Personality Disorders.

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Selecting Effective Treatments: A Comprehensive, Systematic Guide to Treating Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition— Includes DSM-5™ Update Chapter

edited by

W. Edward Craighead David J. Miklowitz Linda W. Craighead

Fully Updated Includes DSM-5™ coverage

psychopathology H I S T O R Y, D I A G N O S I S , A N D E M P I R I C A L F O U N D AT I O N S

second edition

Linda Seligman, George Mason University, Lourie W. Reichenberg, Marymount University 978-1-118-73801-6 • Paper • 624 pp. • 2014

Now featuring a new chapter that outlines the changes in the DSM-5™, Selecting Effective Treatments presents a comprehensive, systematic research-based approach to the diagnosis and treatment of all the major mental disorders found in the DSM. Each chapter describes symptoms and diagnosis, best practices and step-by-step clincial guidelines, prognosis, and outcome. The DSM-5™ Update features: • Diagnostic criteria for the new disorders (hoarding, binge eating, disruptive mood dysregulation and excoriation/skin-picking disorder) • Course specifiers, criterion changes, and developmental thresholds that enhance differential diagnosis of existing disorders • Explanation of the DSM-5™’s new developmentally based organizational structure and how to use the new manual to find disorders frequently diagnosed in childhood that are now integrated into relevant chapters TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction to Effective Treatment Planning. 2. Mental Disorders in Infants, Children, and Adolescents. 3. Situationally Precipitated Disorders and Conditions. 4. Mood Disorders. 5. Anxiety Disorders. 6. Disorders of Behavior and Impulse Control. 7. Disorders in Which Physical and Psychological Factors Combine. 8. Personality Disorders. 9. Disorders Involving Impairment in Awareness of Reality: Psychotic and Dissociative Disorders. 10. The Future of Diagnosis and Treatment Planning. 11. DSM-5 Update.

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Psychopathology: History, Diagnosis, and Empirical Foundations, Second Edition W. Edward Craighead, Emory University, David J. Miklowitz, UCLA Semel Institute, Linda W. Craighead, Emory University, Editors 978-1-118-10677-8 • Hardcover • 720 pp. • 2013

Designed for graduate-level courses in adult psychopathology, the Second Edition of this text incorporates the newly released DSM-5™. Presenting an overview of the issues and methodologies of conducting assessments, each of the major psychological disorders is discussed in a standard format. Each chapter covers: description from DSM-5™, using case examples; epidemiology; basic research, including neurobiology and neuroscience of the disorder; prevalence and consequences of the disorder; behavioral, social, cognitive, and emotional aspects of the disorder; and treatment of the disorder, using clinical examples showing how psychopathology and assessment influence treatment. • Thoroughly revised to reflect the newly released DSM-5™ • Two new chapters—Nonalcohol Substance Abuse and Contextual Factors Affecting Diagnoses TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Issues in Diagnosis: Conceptual Issues and Controversies. 2. Strategies for Evidence-Based Assessment of Children and Adolescents: Measuring Prediction, Prescription, and Process. 3. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. 4. Generalized Anxiety Disorder. 5. Social Anxiety Disorder. 6. Panic Disorder. 7. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. 8. Major Depressive Disorder. 9. Dysthymia and Chronic Depression. 10. Bipolar Disorders. 11. Schizophrenia and the Psychosis Spectrum. 12. Bulimia Nervosa and Binge Eating Disorder. 13. Eating Disorders: Anorexia Nervosa. 14. Borderline Personality Disorder. 15. Alcohol Use Disorders. 16. Psychopathy as Psychopathology: Key Developments in Assessment, Etiology, and Treatment. 17. Sexual Dysfunction. 18. Sleep Disorders.


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CHILD AND

ADOLESCENT PSYCHOPATHOLOGY

Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, Second Edition

Person-Centered Recovery Planner for Adults with Serious Mental Illness

Theodore P. Beauchaine, SUNY Stonybrook, Stephen P. Hinshaw, University of California, Editors

Catherine N. Dulmus, SUNY Buffalo, Bruce C. Nisbet, Spectrum Human Services, Buffalo, NY

978-1-118-12094-1 • Hardcover • 781 pp. • 2013 SECOND EDITION

978-1-118-46435-9 • Paper • 192 pp. • 2013 EDITED BY

Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, Second Edition is the only comprehensive text on childhood and adolescent disorders that addresses genetic, neurobiological, and environmental factors within a developmental perspective. The new edition includes more on epigenetics, classification, culture, and context, and emphasizes how, when, and why disorders emerge among young people and in what ways symptom profiles change at different stages of development. THEODORE P. BEAUCHAINE STEPHEN P. HINSHAW

• Discussion of DSM-5™ definitions and criteria • Material on prevalence, risk factors, developmental progression, cultural considerations, and protective factors in each chapter • New chapters on culture and context as well as allostatis and epigenetics BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: The Developmental Psychopathology Approach to Understanding Behavior. Part II: Vulnerabilities and Risk Factors for Psychopathology. Part III: Externalizing Behavior Disorders. Part IV: Internalizing Behavior Disorders. Part V: Other Psychological Disorders.

First Person Accounts of Mental Illness and Recovery Edited by

Craig Winston LeCroy Jane Holschuh

Recent national and international mental health policy is promoting service delivery models that incorporate person-centered and recoveryoriented approaches, in which individuals are in the lead role, defining their own goals for their individualized recovery plans. Person-Centered Recovery Planner for Adults with Serious Mental Illness provides mental health practitioners with a useful resource to implement person-centered planning within a recovery framework when working with individuals with a serious mental illness. Sample recovery plans are included, covering the individual’s status, personal priorities, short-term objectives and recovery steps, and are organized around common recovery goals. A companion CD-ROM provides all the plans found in the book in an easily customizable, word-processing format. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: Introduction. 1. Person-Centered Practice and Recovery Principles. 2. Person-Centered Assessment and Individual Service Planning for Recovery. Part II: Recovery Goals. 3. Mental Health and Co-Occurring Substance Abuse Supports. 4. Housing. 5. Education. 6. Legal. 7. Employment. 8. Financial Stability. 9. Self-Advocacy. 10. Family Relationships. 11. Health and Wellness. 12. Community Involvement. 13. Stress Management. 14. Relapse Prevention. 15. Personal Crisis Planning. 16. Transportation. 17. Social Relationships. 18. Meaningful Activities. 19. Life Skills. Appendix: Blank Individual Service Plan Forms.

First Person Accounts of Mental Illness and Recovery Craig Winston LeCroy, Jane Holschuh, both of Arizona State University, Editors 978-0-470-44452-8 • Paper • 512 pp. • 2012

Ideal for students studying the classification and treatment of mental disorders, First Person Accounts of Mental Illness and Recovery presents the unique stories of individuals experiencing various mental disorders. All of the accounts are written from the first person perspective, providing readers with a deeper understanding of the realities of living with a mental illness. This casebook reflects the viewpoints of an array of populations—urban and rural, rich and poor, young and old, and male and female. TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders. 2. Mood Disorders. 3. Anxiety Disorders. 4. Personality Disorders. 5. Substance-Related Disorders. 6. Eating Disorders. 7. Impulse Control Disorders. 8. Delirium, Dementia, and Amnestic and Other Cognitive Disorders. 9. Somatoform Disorders. 10. Dissociative Disorders. 11. Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders. 12. Sleep Disorders. 13. Disorders Usually Diagnosed in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescence.

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Internet, Phone, Mail, and Mixed-Mode Surveys: The Tailored Design Method, Fourth Edition Internet, Phone, Mail, and Mixed-Mode

Surveys The Tailored Design Method

Don A. Dillman, Washington State University, Pullman, Jolene D. Smyth, University of Nebraska, Leah Melani Christian, Pew Research Center for the People and the Press 9781118456149 • Cloth • 528 pp. • 2014

Don A. Dillman Jolene D. Smyth Leah Melani Christian

For over two decades, Dillman’s classic text on survey design has aided both students and professionals in effectively planning and conducting mail, telephone, and, more recently, Internet surveys. The new edition is thoroughly updated, and covers all aspects of survey research. This invaluable resource is crucial for any researcher seeking to increase response rates and obtain high-quality feedback from survey questions. Consistent with current emphasis on the visual and aural, the new edition is complemented by copious examples within the text and accompanying website. This heavily revised Fourth Edition includes: • Strategies and tactics for determining the needs of a given survey, how to design it, and how to effectively administer it • How and when to use mail, telephone, and Internet surveys to maximum advantage • Proven techniques to increase response rates • Guidance on how to obtain high-quality feedback from mail, electronic, and other self-administered surveys • Direction on how to construct effective questionnaires, including considerations of layout • Use of capabilities provided by newly mass-used media: interactivity, presentation of aural and visual stimuli Grounded in the best research, the book offers practical how-to guidelines and detailed examples for practitioners and students alike TABLE OF CONTENTS 1: Sample Surveys in our Electronic World. 2: Reducing People’s Reluctance to Respond to Surveys. 3: Covering the Population and Selecting Who to Survey. 4: The Fundamentals of Writing Questions. 5: How to Write Open and Closed Ended Questions. 6: Aural versus Visual Design of Questions and Questionnaires. 7: Ordering Questions and Testing for Question Order Effects. 8: Telephone Questionnaires and Implementation. 9: Web Questionnaires and Implementation. 10: Mail Questionnaires and Implementation. 11: Mixed-mode Questionnaires and Survey Implementation. 12: Responding to Societal Change and Preparing for What Lies Ahead.

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Explaining Psychological Statistics, Fourth Edition Barry H. Cohen, New York University 978-1-118-43660-8 • Hardcover • 750 pp. • 2014

Now in its Fourth Edition, this popular and comprehensive graduate-level statistics text offers students an easy-to-grasp and non-intimidating approach to statistics for the nonmathematician. Bridging the gap between the statistics course and research methods course by incorporating research methods throughout the text, the author uses one data set throughout to illustrate the various statistical computations. This Fourth Edition includes a new chapter showing students how to apply the right test in the right way to come out with the most accurate and true result. BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: Descriptive Statistics. Part II: One- and Two-Sample Hypothesis Tests. Part III: Hypothesis Tests Involving Two Measures on Each Subject. Part IV: Analysis of Variance without Repeated Measures. Part V: Analysis of Variance with Repeated Measures. Part VI: Multiple Regression and Its Connection to ANOVA. Part VII: Nonparametric Statistics.


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SECOND EDITION

Practitioner’s Guide to

Using Research for Evidence-Based Practice

Practitioner’s Guide to Using Research for Evidence-Based Practice, Second Edition

CRITICAL THINKING IN CLINICAL PRACTICE

Allen Rubin, University of Houston, Jennifer Bellamy, The University of Chicago

Improving the Quality of Judgments and Decisions

978-1-118-13671-3 • Paper • 400 pp. • 2012

Critical Thinking in Clinical Practice: Improving the Quality of Judgments and Decisions, Third Edition Eileen Gambrill, University of California 978-0-470-90438-1 • Paper • 656 pp. • 2012

Third Edition

Allen Rubin Jennifer Bellamy

This reader-friendly text provides essential and practical guidance on how to integrate research into evidence-based practice endeavors to ensure the best client care. Thoroughly updated and revised, the Second Edition includes: • Updated and new information on using the Internet for researching EBP as well as the quality of frequently used sources • A list of key chapter concepts, review exercises, and suggested readings at the end of each chapter TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: Overview of Evidence-Based Practice. 1. Introduction to Evidence-Based Practice. 2. Steps in the EBP Process. 3. Research Hierarchies: Which Types of Research Are Best for Which Questions? Part II: Critically Appraising Studies for EBP Questions About Intervention Effectiveness. 4. Criteria for Inferring Effectiveness: How Do We Know What Works? 5. Critically Appraising Experiments. 6. Critically Appraising Quasi-Experiments: Nonequivalent Comparison Groups Designs. 7. Critically Appraising Quasi-Experiments: Time-Series Designs and Single-Case Designs. 8. Critically Appraising Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses. Part III: Critically Appraising Studies for Alternative EBP Questions. 9. Critically Appraising Nonexperimental Quantitative Studies. 10. Critically Appraising Qualitative Studies. Part IV: Assessing Clients and Monitoring their Progress. 11. Critically Appraising and Selecting Assessment Instruments. 12. Monitoring Client Progress.

A clearly written and well-researched text that emphasizes the relationEileen Gambrill ship among critical thinking, clinical decision making, and evidence-based practice, the Third Edition includes expanded coverage of the use of critical thinking skills to detect propaganda in the helping professions, recent research on error as it relates to all phases of clinical decision making, and guidelines for maintaining critical thinking skills TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: Lay of the Land. 1. The Need for Critical Thinking in Clinical Practice. 2. Sources of Influence on Clinical Decisions. 3. Reasons and Reasoning: The Heart of Making Decisions. 4. Different Views of Knowledge and How to Get It: Exploring Your Personal Epistemology. Part II: Common Sources of Error. 5. The Influence of Language and Persuasion Strategies. 6. Formal and Informal Fallacies: Mistakes in Thinking and How to Avoid Them. 7. Classification, Authority, and Focusing on Pathology. Part III: Decision Aids. 8. Content and Procedural Knowledge. 9. Taking Advantage of Research on Judgment, Problem Solving, and Decision Making. 10. Evidence-Based Practice: A Philosophy and Process for Making Informed Decisions. 11. Posing Questions and Searching for Answers. 12. Critical Appraisal of Practice- and Policy-Related Research: The Need for Skepticism. Part IV: Applying Critical Thinking Skills to Clinical Decisions. 13. Making Decisions About Data Collection. 14. Discovering Causes of Clients’ Problems: Common Biases. 15. Making Predictions: Improving the Odds. 16. Enhancing the Quality of Case Conferences, Team Meetings, and Organizational Culture. Part V: The Future. 17. Overcoming Personal Obstacles to Critical Thinking. 18. Maintaining Critical Thinking Skills.

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Effective Grant Writing and Program Evaluation for

Human Service Professionals

Effective Grant Writing and Program Evaluation for Human Service Professionals Francis K. O. Yuen, California State University, Kenneth L. Terao, Anna Marie Schmidt, both of JBS International, Inc., Burlingame, CA 978-0-470-46998-9 • Paper • 265 pp. • 2010

Introductory Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences, Seventh Edition introductory

Statistics for the

BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

Joan Welkowitz, Barry H. Cohen, both of New York University, R. Brooke Lea, Macalester College 978-0-470-90776-4 • Hardcover • 576 pp. • 2012

SEVENTH EDITION

This unique text integrates the topics of grant proposal writing and program evaluation, offering the practical guidance needed to develop quality proposals, obtain funding, and demonstrate service results and accountability. F r a n c i s K . O . Yu e n K e n n e t h L . Te r a o

Anna Marie Schmidt

This timely reference incorporates a strengths perspective, providing: • An inside look at the grant writing and evaluation processes, with insights from experienced grant writers, agency administrators, foundation program managers, and grant reviewers • Specific examples of successful grant proposals and evaluation plans and instruments serving as models for learning and practice • Field-tested individual and group exercises that facilitate the development of grant writing and evaluation skills • Discussion of electronic technology in grant writing and evaluation, including writing and submitting grant proposals online, and identifying funding sources TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction. 2. Community and Target Population, Service Providers, and Funding Sources. 3. Basic Research Methods and Program Evaluation. 4. Program Planning and Evaluation. 5. Grant Proposal Writing: Beginning with an End in Mind. 6. Program Evaluation. 7. Learning by Doing: Exercises, Templates, Samples, Checklists, and Training Ideas. 8. Real-Life Samples. 9. Application of Information Technology.

Now in its Seventh Edition, Introductory Statistics for the Behavioral JOAN WELKOWITZ | BARRY H. COHEN | R. BROOKE LEA Sciences has been thoroughly revised to present all the topics students need in a unique, accessible, and engaging format to aid in the comprehension and implementation of the statistical analyses most commonly used in the behavioral sciences. Using a continuous narrative to explain statistics and including a common data set throughout, the Seventh Edition features separate chapters on correlation and regression as well as updated computer exercises and SPSS sections. An accompanying web site for students contains additional exercises, an answer key, coverage of basic math, a study guide, a set of additional SPSS exercises, and downloadable data sets TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I. Descriptive Statistics. 1. Introduction. 2. Frequency Distributions and Graphs. 3. Measures of Central Tendency and Variability. 4. Standardized Scores and the Normal Distribution. Part II. Basic Inferential Statistics. 5. Introduction to Statistical Inference. 6. The One-Sample Test and Interval Estimation. 7. Testing Hypotheses about the Difference between the Means of Two Populations. 8. Nonparametric Tests for the Difference between Two Means. 9. Linear Correlation. 10. Prediction and Linear Regression. 11. Introduction to Power Analysis. Part III. Analysis Of Variance Methods. 12. One-Way Analysis of Variance. 13. Multiple Comparisons. 14. Introduction to Factorial Design: Two-Way Analysis of Variance. 15. Repeated-Measures Anova. Part IV. Nonparametric Statistics For Categorical Data. 16. Probability of Discrete Events and the Binomial Distribution. 17. Chi Square Tests.

Research Methods for the Behavioral and Social Sciences Bart L. Weathington, Christopher J. L. Cunningham, both of University of Tennessee, David J. Pittenger, Marshall University 978-0-470-45803-7 • Cloth • 672 pp. • 2009

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A comprehensive introduction to research methods and best practices for designing, conducting, interpreting, and reporting findings, this text is designed to develop in students a passion for conducting research and an understanding of the practical value of systematic information-gathering and decision-making. It features step-by-step coverage of the research process including research design, statistical considerations, and guidance on writing up and presenting results. Recognized leaders in the field—authors Bart Weathington, Christopher Cunningham, and David Pittenger presents a multitude of topics such as methods for appropriate sampling, summarizing research in written format, bibliographic research, and valid approaches to measurement.


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Addiction Progress Notes Planner, The, Fifth Edition, Berghuis/Jongsma, Jr..............................................................................................3

Clinical Case Formulations: Matching the Integrative Treatment Plan to the Client, Second Edition, Ingram ........................................................14

Addiction Treatment Homework Planner, Fifth Edition, Finley/Lenz ................4

Clinical Interviewing, Fifth Edition, Sommers-Flanagan/Sommers-Flanagan............................................................15

Addiction Treatment Planner, The, Fifth Edition, Perkinson/Jongsma, Jr./Bruce ...............................................................................4

Clinical Supervision Activities for Increasing Competence and Self-Awareness, Bean/Davis/Davey.....................................................................23

Adolescent Psychotherapy Progress Notes Planner, The, Fifth Edition, Jongsma, Jr./Peterson/McInnis/Berghuis............................................................8

Clinician’s Guide to Self-Renewal: Essential Advice from the Field, Wicks/Maynard ......................................................................................................24

Adolescent Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, The, Fifth Edition, Jongsma, Jr./Peterson/McInnis/Bruce .........................................................8

Cohen, Explaining Psychological Statistics, Fourth Edition .............................32

Adult Psychopathology and Diagnosis, Seventh Edition, Beidel/Frueh/Hersen .............................................................................................29 Alfano, Comprehensive Evidence-Based Interventions for Children and Adolescents .......................................................................................7 Arden, Teaching Neuroscience in Psychotherapy and Counseling: Using the Brain for Change.....................................................................................................12

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Bean, Clinical Supervision Activities for Increasing Competence and Self- Awareness .......................................................................................................23 Beauchaine, Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, Second Edition .......................................................................................................31 Becoming a Therapist: On the Path to Mastery, Skovholt ...............................26 Beidel, Adult Psychopathology and Diagnosis, Seventh Edition ....................29 Bein, Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Wellness and Recovery: Interventions and Activities for Diverse Client Needs.......................................13 Berghuis, The Addiction Progress Notes Planner, Fifth Edition ........................3 Bergin and Garfield’s Handbook of Psychotherapy and Behavior Change, Sixth Edition, Lambert ...........................................................................................16

Collaborative Helping: A Strengths Framework for Home-Based Services, Madsen/Gillespie ...................................................................................................12 Complete Adult Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, The, Fifth Edition, Jongsma, Jr./Peterson/Bruce ..............................................................................24 Comprehensive Evidence-Based Interventions for Children and Adolescents, Alfano/Beidel ....................................................................................7 Core Principles of Meditation for Therapy: Improving the Outcome of Psychotherapeutic Treatment, Simpkins/Simpkins ...........................................11 Cornish, Handbook of Multicultural Counseling Competencies ....................22 Counseling and Psychotherapy Theories in Context and Practice DVD, Sommers-Flanagan/Sommers-Flanagan............................................................17 Counseling and Psychotherapy Theories in Context and Practice: Skills, Strategies and Techniques, Second Edition, Sommers-Flanagan/Sommers-Flanagan............................................................17 Counseling and Psychotherapy Theories in Context and Practice: Skills, Strategies and Techniques, Second Edition, Study Guide, Sommers-Flanagan/Sommers-Flanagan............................................................17 Counseling and Psychotherapy with Children and Adolescents: Theory and Practice for School and Clinical Settings, Fifth Edition, Prout/Fedewa ...........................................................................................................6

Berton, Ethics for Addiction Professionals......................................................5, 18

Counseling the Culturally Diverse: Theory and Practice, Sixth Edition, Sue/Sue....................................................................................................................21

Brown, Career Development and Counseling: Putting Theory and Research to Work, Second Edition ......................................................................28

Couples Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, The, Second Edition, O’Leary/Heyman/Jongsma, Jr.............................................................................20

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Craighead, Psychopathology: History, Diagnosis, and Empirical Foundations, Second Edition ...............................................................................30

Capuzzi, Foundations of Couples, Marriage, and Family Counseling ...........19 Career Development and Counseling: Putting Theory and Research to Work, Second Edition, Brown/Lent ................................................................................28

Critical Thinking in Clinical Practice: Improving the Quality of Judgments and Decisions, Third Edition, Gambrill .......................................................................33

Case Studies in Child, Adolescent, and Family Treatment, Second Edition, LeCroy/Anthony..........................................................................7

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Case Studies in Multicultural Counseling and Therapy, Sue/Gallardo/Neville .............................................................................................21

Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Wellness and Recovery: Interventions and Activities for Diverse Client Needs, Bein ......................13

Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, Second Edition, Beauchaine/Hinshaw .............................................................................................31

Dillman, Internet, Phone, Mail, and Mixed-Mode Surveys: The Tailored Design Method, Fourth Edition.....................................................32

Child and Adolescent Therapy: Science and Art, Second Edition, Shapiro .......................................................................................................................6

Dulmus, Person-Centered Recovery Planner for Adults with Serious Mental Illness ............................................................................................31

Dattilio, The Family Therapy Treatment Planner, Second Edition...................20

Child Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, The, Fifth Edition, Jongsma, Jr./Peterson/McInnis/Bruce/ ...............................................................9

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Edwards, Working with Families: Guidelines and Techniques, Second Edition .......................................................................................................19

Jongsma, Jr., The Adolescent Psychotherapy Progress Notes Planner, Fifth Edition ...............................................................................................................8

Effective Grant Writing and Program Evaluation for Human Service Professionals, Yuen/Terao/Schmidt .......................................................34

Jongsma, Jr., The Adolescent Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, Fifth Edition ...............................................................................................................8

Essentials of Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, Second Edition, Wilmshurst ..............................................................................................................29

Jongsma, Jr., The Child Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, Fifth Edition ...............................................................................................................9

Ethics for Addiction Professionals, Berton......................................................5, 18

Jongsma, Jr., The Complete Adult Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, Fifth Edition ......................................................................................................................24

Edelstein, What Do I Say? The Therapist’s Guide to Answering Client Questions .....................................................................................................28

Ethics in Psychotherapy and Counseling: A Practical Guide, Fourth Edition, Pope/Vasquez .............................................................................18 Explaining Psychological Statistics, Fourth Edition, Cohen .............................32

Joseph, Positive Psychology in Practice: Promoting Human Flourishing in Work, Health, Education, and Everyday Life, Second Edition .........................11

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Family Therapy Treatment Planner, The, Second Edition, Dattilio/Jongsma, Jr./Davis ..................................................................................20

Klott, Integrated Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders: Treating People, Not Behaviors..............................................................................5

Finish Your Dissertation, Don’t Let It Finish You!, Sumerson............................25

Knapp, The School Counseling and School Social Work Treatment Planner, Second Edition.........................................................................................10

Finley, Addiction Treatment Homework Planner, Fifth Edition ..........................4

Kottler, On Being a Master Therapist: Practicing What You Preach ...............23

First Person Accounts of Mental Illness and Recovery, LeCroy/Holschuh ...................................................................................................31

Kottler, On Being a Therapist Fourth Edition ....................................................27

Foundations of Couples, Marriage, and Family Counseling, Capuzzi/Stauffer.....................................................................................................19

Kottler, The Therapist’s Workbook: Self- Assessment, Self-Care, and Self-Improvement Exercises for Mental Health Professionals, Second Edition .......................................................................................................27

Fundamentals of Crisis Counseling, Miller .........................................................14

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Gambrill, Critical Thinking in Clinical Practice: Improving the Quality of Judgments and Decisions, Third Edition ............................................................33 Green, Integrating Expressive Arts and Play Therapy with Children and Adolescents .......................................................................................................9 Group Exercises for Addiction Counseling, Miller ..............................................5

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Lambert, Bergin and Garfield’s Handbook of Psychotherapy and Behavior Change, Sixth Edition............................................................................16 Learning the Language of Addiction Counseling, Fourth Edition, Miller ...............................................................................................3 LeCroy, Case Studies in Child, Adolescent, and Family Treatment, Second Edition .........................................................................................................7 LeCroy, First Person Accounts of Mental Illness and Recovery .......................31

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Handbook of Multicultural Counseling Competencies, Cornish/Schreier/Nadkarni/Metzger/Rodolfa ..................................................22 Hartsell, Jr., The Portable Lawyer for Mental Health Professionals: An A-Z Guide to Protecting Your Clients, Your Practice, and Yourself, Third Edition ............................................................................................................18

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Madsen, Collaborative Helping: A Strengths Framework for Home-Based Services ............................................................................................12 Microaggressions in Everyday Life: Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation, Sue .....................................................................................................22 Miller, Fundamentals of Crisis Counseling .........................................................14

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Ingram, Clinical Case Formulations: Matching the Integrative Treatment Plan to the Client, Second Edition................................................................................14

Miller, Learning the Language of Addiction Counseling, Fourth Edition ...........................................................................................................3

Inner Life of the Counselor, The, Wicks...............................................................26

Miller, Group Exercises for Addiction Counseling...............................................5

Integrated Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders: Treating People, Not Behaviors, Klott...................................................................5

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Integrating Expressive Arts and Play Therapy with Children and Adolescents, Green/Drewes ..................................................................................9 Internet, Phone, Mail, and Mixed-Mode Surveys: The Tailored Design Method, Fourth Edition, Dillman/Smyth/Christian ...........................................32 Introductory Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences, Seventh Edition, Welkowitz/Cohen/Lea ..........................................................................................34

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Context and Practice: Skills, Strategies and Techniques, Second Edition, Study Guide .......................................................................17

Person-Centered Recovery Planner for Adults with Serious Mental Illness, Dulmus/Nisbet .......................................................................................................31

Sommers-Flanagan, Counseling and Psychotherapy Theories in Context and Practice DVD................................................................17

Pope, Ethics in Psychotherapy and Counseling: A Practical Guide, Fourth Edition .........................................................................................................18

Spirituality in Counseling and Psychotherapy: An Integrative Approach that Empowers Clients, Johnson .......................................................15

Portable Lawyer for Mental Health Professionals, The: An A-Z Guide to Protecting Your Clients, Your Practice, and Yourself, Third Edition, Hartsell, Jr./Bernstein ...................................................................18

Steele, Working with Grieving and Traumatized Children and Adolescents: Discovering What Matters Most Through Evidence-Based, Sensory Interventions ..............................................................10

Positive Psychology in Practice: Promoting Human Flourishing in Work, Health, Education, and Everyday Life, Second Edition, Joseph......................11

Sue, Case Studies in Multicultural Counseling and Therapy ...........................21

Practitioner’s Guide to Using Research for Evidence-Based Practice, Second Edition, Rubin/Bellamy ...........................................................................33 Primer on Posttraumatic Growth: An Introduction and Guide, Werdel/Wicks .........................................................................................................13 Prout, Counseling and Psychotherapy with Children and Adolescents: Theory and Practice for School and Clinical Settings, Fifth Edition................................6 Psychopathology: History, Diagnosis, and Empirical Foundations, Second Edition, Craighead/Miklowitz/Craighead............................................30

Sue, Counseling the Culturally Diverse: Theory and Practice, Sixth Edition ............................................................................................................21 Sue, Microaggressions in Everyday Life: Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation..................................................................................................22 Sue, Race Talk: Understanding and Facilitating Difficult Dialogues on Race .................................................................................................21 Sumerson, Finish Your Dissertation, Don’t Let It Finish You! ...........................25 Systems Theory in Action: Applications to Individual, Couples, and Family Therapy, Smith-Acuña.......................................................20

Psychotherapy Documentation Primer, The, Third Edition, Wiger .................26

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Race Talk: Understanding and Facilitating Difficult Dialogues on Race, Sue ............................................................................................................................21 Research Methods for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, Weathington/Cunningham/Pittenger ................................................................34

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Teaching Neuroscience in Psychotherapy and Counseling: Using the Brain for Change, Arden .....................................................................12 Therapeutic Powers of Play, The: 20 Core Agents of Change, Second Edition, Schaefer/Drewes ......................................................................10

Rubin, Practitioner’s Guide to Using Research for Evidence-Based Practice, Second Edition .......................................................................................33

Therapist’s Workbook, The: Self- Assessment, Self-Care, and Self-Improvement Exercises for Mental Health Professionals, Second Edition, Kottler .........................................................................................27

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Schaefer, The Therapeutic Powers of Play: 20 Core Agents of Change, Second Edition .......................................................................................................10

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School Counseling and School Social Work Treatment Planner, The, Second Edition, Knapp/Jongsma, Jr./Dimmitt.........................................10

Welkowitz, Introductory Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences, Seventh Edition.......................................................................................................34

Selecting Effective Treatments: A Comprehensive, Systematic Guide to Treating Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition—Includes DSM-5™ Update Chapter, Seligman/Reichenberg ...........................................................30

Werdel, Primer on Posttraumatic Growth: An Introduction and Guide .........13

Seligman, Selecting Effective Treatments: A Comprehensive, Systematic Guide to Treating Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition—Includes DSM-5™ Update Chapter ......................................................................................................30 Shapiro, Child and Adolescent Therapy: Science and Art, Second Edition .........................................................................................................6 Simpkins, Core Principles of Meditation for Therapy: Improving the Outcome of Psychotherapeutic Treatment...............................11 Skovholt, Becoming a Therapist: On the Path to Mastery ...............................26 Smith-Acuña, Systems Theory in Action: Applications to Individual, Couples, and Family Therapy ................................................................................................20 Sommers-Flanagan, Clinical Interviewing, Fifth Edition ...................................15 Sommers-Flanagan, Counseling and Psychotherapy Theories in Context and Practice: Skills, Strategies and Techniques, Second Edition ............................17

What Do I Say? The Therapist’s Guide to Answering Client Questions, Edelstein/Waehler .................................................................................................28 Wicks, Clinician’s Guide to Self-Renewal: Essential Advice from the Field ............................................................................24 Wicks, The Inner Life of the Counselor ...............................................................26 Wilmshurst, Essentials of Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, Second Edition .......................................................................................................29 Working with Families: Guidelines and Techniques, Second Edition, Edwards......................................................................................19 Working with Grieving and Traumatized Children and Adolescents: Discovering What Matters Most Through Evidence-Based, Sensory Interventions, Steele/Kuban ..................................................................10 Y Yuen, Effective Grant Writing and Program Evaluation for Human Service Professionals ................................................................................34

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