Last month, the PsycBooks database added two new titles as well as 10 classic titles. A full list of the new titles is here
These are the two new titles:
Caregiver Family Therapy: Empowering Families to Meet the Challenges of Aging 2012 By Sara Honn Qualls, PhD and Ashley A. Williams, PhD
“This book presents Caregiver Family Therapy (CFT), a systems approach to treating families that care for an aging adult. CFT consists of three core stages: Identifying the problem; Structuring caregiver roles; Ensuring caregiver self-care. Full of rich clinical examples, this book will help therapists and other service providers meet the complex, diverse needs of caregiving families”
The Rorschach Inkblot Test: An Interpretive Guide for Clinicians 2012 By James P. Choca, PhD
“In this highly readable interpretive guide to the Rorschach Inkblot Test, James Choca describes the uses to which it is best suited. Used appropriately, the Rorschach uniquely reveals a person's level of energy, control of emotions, and thought processes — something that other tests are unable to do.”
Below are the new videos in our psychotherapy.net database. This database can be accessed from our “Search our databases” page http://www.psychotherapy.net.proxy.thechicagoschool.edu/stream/tcs
Watch renowned psychotherapist, Virginia Satir, present her pioneering views on the essential ingredients of successful therapy to a group of students and then watch her conduct therapy with a family struggling with separation and abuse in these dynamic videos from the Virginia Satir Series.
Of Rocks and Flowers: Dealing with the Abuse of Children by Virginia Satir
Watch Virginia Satir conduct an innovative, forward-moving session with a distraught family of four who are struggling with a legacy of abuse.
The Essence of Change by Virginia Satir
Virginia Satir presents the four stages of therapy to an intimate audience of psychotherapy students, and powerfully demonstrates the principles via numerous role-plays, where you'll get a sense of her disarming warmth, facility in making perceptive statements that resonate with clients, and ability to use touch to deepen a client's sense of safety.
Emotionally Focused Therapy: A Complete Treatment (3-Video Set) by Rebecca Jorgensen
Deepen your understanding of Emotionally Focused Therapy by watching an entire, unedited 10-session course of therapy. For the first time ever, you’ll see how EFT unfolds through the different steps and stages.
EFT Part 1(Sessions 1-3) by Rebecca Jorgensen
In these first three sessions, Jorgensen works quickly to develop an alliance with Sandra and Carl and identifies their negative interaction cycle and unmet needs.
EFT Part 2 (Sessions 4-6) by Rebecca Jorgensen
In sessions 4-6, Sandra and Carl begin to internalize and recognize their negative interaction cycles and, with Jorgensen's guidance, begin to soften considerably toward one another.
EFT Part 3 (Sessions 7-10) by Rebecca Jorgensen
In sessions 7-10, Carl and Sandra move more deeply into their attachment fears, exploring their longing, fear and rejection in the atmosphere of warmth created by Jorgensen. By the final session, the groundwork is in place for a new and more hopeful future.
In September, PsycBooks added 2 contemporary books and 10 classic books to its database. A full list can be found here. The 2 contemporary books are described below:
Personality Disorders and the Five-Factor Model of Personality, Third Edition 2012 Edited by Thomas A. Widiger, PhD and Paul T. Costa, Jr., PhD
“This book explains how personality disorders can be understood from the perspective of the FFM, the most heavily researched and empirically supported dimensional model of general personality structure. The chapters summarize the conceptual and empirical support for the FFM, including the dimensional description of specific personality disorders and the application of the model for assessment and treatment. Case studies are also provided.”
Testifying in Court: Guidelines and Maxims for the Expert Witness, Second Edition 2012 By Stanley L. Brodsky, PhD
“For over 20 years, Stanley Brodsky's Testifying in Court has been a trusted guide for expert witnesses across a variety of professions. Readers have come to know and trust his sage and good-humored advice on every aspect of the experience from initial preparations to maintaining power and control during cross-examination. In this extensively updated edition of his classic text, the author has combined a wealth of new research with feedback from users of the first edition and his own evolving experience as an expert witness. As in the first edition, key principles are addressed in brief essays that draw on real-life scenarios and end in a take-home maxim.”
Psychotherapy.net, one of our streaming video databases, has added the following two videos to the collection. There are now a total of 208 videos available to you 24/7. In addition to these two very recent releases, click here for descriptions of other videos added to the database in the past few months. For access to all Psychotherapy.net videos, go to our "Search Our Databases" page on the library website and scroll down to "Psychotherapy Video Collection."
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy by Otto Kernberg
Preeminent psychoanalyst Otto Kernberg doesn’t back down in this series of three diagnostic Transference-Focused Psychotherapy (TFP) sessions with a paranoid client struggling with suicidal depression after being left by his girlfriend.
In this lively interactive marriage skills workshop, Drs. Susan Heitler and Abigail Hirsch offer couples a roadmap for resolving conflict in a cooperative, “win-win” way.
As always, if you're having any trouble accessing these videos please contact a librarian.
The PsycBooks database added 3 new books to its database along with 10 classic books published before 1928. A full list of added books is here. The new books are described below. The first one addresses what to do when you have negative reactions to a client.
Transforming Negative Reactions to Clients: From Frustration to Compassion 2012 Edited by Abraham W. Wolf, PhD; Marvin R. Goldfried, PhD; and J. Christopher Muran, PhD
“Therapists are vulnerable to a wide range of uncomfortable emotions during the practice of psychotherapy. How a therapist manages these reactions has important consequences for the process and outcome of treatment. Spearheaded by three renowned scholars on psychotherapeutic practice, this edited volume will help therapists — established and novice — understand and constructively use the wide range of interfering feelings they experience in their working alliance with challenging patients.”
Humanity's Dark Side: Evil, Destructive Experience, and Psychotherapy 2012 Edited by Arthur C. Bohart, PhD; Barbara S. Held, PhD; Edward Mendelowitz, PhD; and Kirk J. Schneider, PhD
“In this book, prominent writers on psychotherapy present different, sometimes opposing views on humanity's dark side and consider how these views impact their clinical practice.”
Preventive Stress Management in Organizations, Second Edition 2012 By James Campbell Quick, PhD; Thomas A. Wright, PhD; Joyce A. Adkins, PhD; Debra L. Nelson, PhD; and Jonathan D. Quick, MD, MPH, FACPM
“Preventive stress management is a philosophy and set of principles grounded in public health, which organizational leaders and consultants can use to help their organization operate to its fullest potential. The approaches outlined in this book may be implemented by leaders in any organization.”
Our subscription to The Chronicle of Higher Education is now even easier to access. If you use your TCS email address (ending in @ego.thechicagoschool.edu or @thechicagoschool.edu) to create an account you can access The Chronicle from your computer, from your tablet or from your smartphone. Here's how:
1) From your iPad -- Download The Chronicle’s iPad editions at no cost. You can download either or both sections of The Chronicle.
2) From your smartphone or tablet using the device’s Web browser. The new mobile interface makes The Chronicle easy to read on the go.
3) From any computer, from any location in the world -- Direct access to Chronicle.com from any remote location without having to go through a proxy server.
A Chronicle account can be created by going to Chronicle.com and clicking on the "login" link at the top, right hand side of the Web page. On the next page click on "Create an Account" and fill in the requested information. Remember you MUST use your TCS email to create the account. You can also sign up for email updates including one designed for graduate students.
The Chronicle’s free iPad app can be found here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id414901678.
PsycBooks database has added 7 contemporary titles to the database and 17 classsic titles. The contemporary titles are described below.
Cultural Adaptations: Tools for Evidence-Based Practice With Diverse Populations (2012) Edited by Guillermo Bernal, PhD and Melanie M. Domenech Rodríguez, PhD
Research for the Public Good: Applying the Methods of Translational Research to Improve Human Health and Well-Being (2012) Edited by Elaine Wethington, PhD and Rachel E. Dunifon, PhD
Evidence-Based Teaching for Higher Education (2012) Edited by Beth M. Schwartz, PhD and Regan A. R. Gurung, PhD
Making Evidence-Based Psychological Treatments Work With Older Adults
Meaning, Mortality, and Choice: The Social Psychology of Existential Concerns
Transformation in Psychotherapy: Corrective Experiences Across Cognitive Behavioral, Humanistic, and Psychodynamic Approaches
Trauma Therapy in Context: The Science and Craft of Evidence-Based Practice
PsycBooks has added two contemporary titles to its database and 12 classic titles. A full list of the added titles is available here. The two contemporary books are described below:
Cultural Adaptations: Tools for Evidence-Based Practice With Diverse Populations 2012 Edited by Guillermo Bernal, PhD and Melanie M. Domenech Rodríguez, PhD
“The unifying theoretical framework of this volume promotes culturally adapted EBPs as productive and empirically viable approaches to treating ethnic minorities and culturally diverse groups. Chapter authors describe cultural adaptations of conventional EBPs for a variety of psychological problems across a wide range of cultures and ethnicities — Latino/as, Chinese, African Americans, and American Indians among them.”
Research for the Public Good: Applying the Methods of Translational Research to Improve Human Health and Well-Being 2012 Edited by Elaine Wethington, PhD and Rachel E. Dunifon, PhD
“This book demonstrates how emerging methods of translational research can be applied to important topics of interest to social and behavioral scientists. Accessible models and real-world case studies are provided to help bridge the gaps among research, policy, and practice. Social and behavioral sciences now often contribute to public- and individual-level interventions that promote education, disease prevention, health care delivery, health care access, and more. This broader, more inclusive approach to translational research has gained popularity and been promoted by the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control, medical centers, and university programs.”
Here are some more books that are new in the Westwood library.
The psychology of prayer 2013 Spilka and Ladd
Essential assessment skills for couple and family therapists 2011
“Showing how to weave assessment into all phases of therapy, this indispensable text and practitioner guide is reader friendly, straightforward, and practical. Specific strategies are provided for evaluating a wide range of clinical issues and concerns in adults, children and adolescents, families, and couples. The authors demonstrate ways to use interviewing and other techniques to understand both individual and relationship functioning, develop sound treatment plans, and monitor progress. Handy mnemonics help beginning family therapists remember what to include in assessments, and numerous case examples illustrate what the assessment principles look like in action with diverse clients.”
When to use what research design 2012
“Systematic, practical, and accessible, this is the first book to focus on finding the most defensible design for a particular research question. Thoughtful guidelines are provided for weighing the advantages and disadvantages of various methods, including qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods designs. The book can be read sequentially or readers can dip into chapters on specific stages of research (basic design choices, selecting and sampling participants, addressing ethical issues) or data collection methods (surveys, interviews, experiments, observations, archival studies, and combined methods). Many chapter headings and subheadings are written as questions, helping readers quickly find the answers they need to make informed choices that will affect the later analysis and interpretation of their data.”
Doing what works: An integrative system for the treatment of eating disorders from diagnosis to recovery 2009
“Eating disorders at times leave practitioners feeling as emotionally challenged and out of control as the patients they treat. This is the first book of its kind to provide support, direction, clarity, and optimism to clinicians treating these disorders. In describing what to do and how to do what works, reader-friendly strategies and holistic guidelines bring together science and human personality, protocols and art, skill and instinct, evidence-based research and practicable clinical applications to provide a fully integrative approach to eating disorders care.”
Spiritually integrated psychotherapy 2007
“From a leading researcher and practitioner, this volume provides an innovative framework for understanding the role of spirituality in people's lives and its relevance to the work done in psychotherapy. It offers fresh, practical ideas for creating a spiritual dialogue with clients, assessing spirituality as a part of their problems and solutions, and helping them draw on spiritual resources in times of stress. Written from a nonsectarian perspective, the book encompasses both traditional and nontraditional forms of spirituality. It is grounded in current findings from psychotherapy research and the psychology of religion, and includes a wealth of evocative case material.”
Cognitive therapy for challenging problems 2005
“This groundbreaking book addresses what to do when a patient is not making progress. Provided is practical, step-by-step guidance on conceptualizing and solving frequently encountered problems, whether in developing and maintaining the therapeutic alliance or in accomplishing specific therapeutic tasks. While the framework presented is applicable to a range of challenging clinical situations, particular attention is given to modifying the longstanding distorted beliefs and dysfunctional behavioral strategies of people with personality disorders. Helpful appendices include a reproducible assessment tool, the Personality Belief Questionnaire.”
Cognitive therapy of anxiety disorders 2010
“Updating and reformulating Aaron T. Beck's pioneering cognitive model of anxiety disorders, this book is both authoritative and highly practical. The authors synthesize the latest thinking and empirical data on anxiety treatment and offer step-by-step instruction in cognitive assessment, case formulation, cognitive restructuring, and behavioral intervention. They provide evidence-based mini-manuals for treating the five most common anxiety disorders: panic disorder, social phobia, generalized anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and posttraumatic stress disorder. User-friendly features include vivid case examples, concise "Clinician Guidelines" that reinforce key points, and over three dozen reproducible handouts and forms.”
The psychology of religion 2009
“Scholarly and comprehensive yet accessible, this state-of-the-science work is widely regarded as the definitive psychology of religion text. The authors synthesize classic and contemporary empirical research on numerous different religious groups. Coverage includes religious thought, belief, and behavior across the lifespan; links between religion and biology; the forms and meaning of religious experience; the social psychology of religious organizations; and connections to morality, coping, mental health, and psychopathology. Designed for optimal use in advanced undergraduate- and graduate-level courses, every chapter features thought-provoking quotations and examples that bring key concepts to life.”
Psychodynamic therapy 2010
“Presenting a pragmatic, evidence-based approach to conducting psychodynamic therapy, this engaging guide is firmly grounded in contemporary clinical practice and research. The book reflects an openness to new influences on dynamic technique, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy and positive psychology. It offers a fresh understanding of the most common problems for which patients seek help--depression, obsessionality, low self-esteem, fear of abandonment, panic, and trauma--and shows how to organize and deliver effective psychodynamic interventions. Extensive case material illustrates each stage of therapy, from engagement to termination. Special topics include ways to integrate individual treatment with psychopharmacology and with couple or family work.”
Five ways of doing qualitative analysis 2011
“This unique text provides a broad introduction to qualitative analysis together with concrete demonstrations and comparisons of five major approaches. Leading scholars apply their respective analytic lenses to a narrative account and interview featuring "Teresa," a young opera singer who experienced a career-changing illness. The resulting analyses vividly exemplify what each approach looks like in action. The researchers then probe the similarities and differences among their approaches; their distinctive purposes and strengths; the role, style, and subjectivity of the individual researcher; and the scientific and ethical complexities of conducting qualitative research. Also included are the research participant's responses to each analysis of her experience. A narrative account from another research participant, "Gail," can be used by readers to practice the kinds of analysis explored in the book.”
Child and adolescent therapy 2012
“Widely regarded as the definitive clinical reference and text in the field, this authoritative volume presents effective cognitive-behavioral approaches for treating frequently encountered child and adolescent disorders. The editor and contributors are leading experts who provide hands-on, how-to-do-it descriptions illustrated with clinical examples. Relevant theories and research findings are explained, and exemplary treatment manuals and client workbooks reviewed. Coverage encompasses evidence-based treatments for aggression, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, anxiety disorders, depression and suicidality, obsessive–compulsive disorder, eating disorders, and trauma. Ways to involve parents in treatment are addressed throughout.”