Psychiatry & Psychopathology

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  1. Book ImageAdult Children of Parental Alienation Syndrome: Breaking the Ties That Bind

    Amy J. L. Baker

    An examination of adults who have been manipulated by divorcing parents.More

  2. Book ImageProblems of Human Pleasure and Behavior: Classic Essays in Humanistic Psychiatry

    Michael Balint

    Michael Balint, the Hungarian-born British psychoanalyst and author of Primary Love and Psychoanalytic Technique, was in some respects ahead of Freud and was a pioneer of what we now call "humanistic psychiatry."More

  3. Book ImageSexual Pharmacology: Fast Facts

    Richard Balon, Robert Taylor Segraves

    Sexual side effects of pharmacological agents are often an unspoken cause of treatment noncompliance.More

  4. Book ImageSport Psychiatry

    Daniel Begel, Robert W. Burton

    For professionals and others involved in sports who want to better understand the innermost lives of athletes and to treat the complex problems that can arise from competition, this book provides both invaluable guiding principles and treatment specifics.More

  5. Book ImageSelf-Awareness Deficits in Psychiatric Patients: Neurobiology, Assessment, and Treatment

    Bernard D. Beitman, Jyotsna Nair

    Advances in neurobiological knowledge and neuroimaging technology have contributed greatly to our investigations into the nature of self-awareness.More

  6. Book ImageCounseling and Psychotherapy Essentials: Integrating Theories, Skills, and Practices

    Bernard D. Beitman, Glenn E. Good

    The essential textbook for learning integrative psychotherapy.More

  7. Book ImageSchizophrenia: Symptoms, Causes, Treatments

    Kayla F. Bernheim, Richard R J Lewine

    Schizophrenia, coauthored by two clinical psychologists, is an overview of the latest in schizophrenia research and treatment of the late 1970s, and is intended for the relatives of schizophrenics and professionals who work with schizophrenic individuals.More

  8. Book ImageDoes Stress Damage the Brain?: Understanding Trauma-Related Disorders from a Mind-Body Perspective

    J. Douglas Bremner

    The compelling story of how stress affects your brain.More

  9. Book ImageBiological Bases of Clinical Anxiety

    Barry N. Burijon

    Anxiety disorders are the single most common psychiatric condition, affecting 13­–18% of the population.More

  10. Book ImageCommunity Mental Health: A Practical Guide

    Lorenzo Burti, Loren R. Mosher

    In this abridged and revised edition of their 1989 text, the authors focus on the what and how of effective community mental health. Following the guidelines outlined here will enable clinicians to provide services that are cost-effective, humane, and growth-promoting.More

  11. Book ImageSimple Self-Care for Therapists: Restorative Practices to Weave Through Your Workday

    Ashley Davis Bush

    “Bite-sized” self-care strategies that any therapist can easily practice.More

  12. Book ImageSexual Pharmacology: Drugs that Affect Sexual Function

    Theresa L. Crenshaw, James P. Goldberg

    Highlighting the complex interaction of biology and emotion in sexual chemistry, this book systematically evaluates drugs that can inhibit desire, cause impotence, block orgasm, or affect sexual functioning in other ways and provides a system for evaluating any and all drugs, even ones not yet on the market, by summarizing sexual mechanisms of action.More

  13. Book ImageTreatment Collaboration: Improving the Therapist, Prescriber, Client Relationship

    Ronald J. Diamond, Patricia L. Scheifler

    This book is a guide for three groups of people: the psychologists and social workers who send clients to psychiatrists; the psychiatrists who prescribe the drugs; and the clients who are often caught in the middle.More

  14. Book ImageEvidence-Based Mental Health Practice: A Textbook

    Robert E. Drake, David W. Lynde, Matthew R. Merrens

    The movement to make medicine more scientific has evolved over many decades but the specific term evidence-based medicine was introduced in 1990 to refer to a systematic approach to helping doctors to apply scientific evidence to decision-making at the point of contact with a specific consumer.More

  15. Book ImageClinical Guide to Psychotropic Medications

    Steven L. Dubovsky

    With a vast array of medications available for prescription, psychiatrists demand reference books that quickly summarize various drugs with an emphasis on their properties, most effective usages, cross-indications, and potential side effects.More

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