We have 4 new books in the library. Three will be on reserve for this term but the experimental phenomenology book is available for 3 week checkout.
Getting started in private practice (2005) by Chris E. Stout and Laurie Cope Grand
Clinical Interviewing (2009) by John Sommers-Flanagan and Rita Sommers-Flanagan
The internship, practicum, and field placement handbook (2011) by Brian N. Baird
Experimental phenomenology (1986) by Don Ihde
Come in and check them out!
5 recent books have been added to the PsycBooks database. An additional 274 classic titles dating from 1900 and older, have been added. A full list of the new titles is here. The 5 new books are:
Bringing Psychotherapy Research to Life: Understanding Change Through the Work of Leading Clinical Researchers, (2010) Edited by Louis G. Castonguay, PhD; J. Christopher Muran, PhD; Lynne Angus, PhD; Jeffrey A. Hayes, PhD; Nicholas Ladany, PhD; and Timothy Anderson, PhD
The editors contend that many practitioners are unaware of the implications of research on their practices. This book contains work by 28 leading psychotherapy researchers and discusses how their research can impact your practice.
Earning a Living Outside of Managed Mental Health Care: 50 Ways to Expand Your Practice (2010) Edited by Steven Walfish, PhD
This book illustrates 50 strategies for growing a practice that is not managed care or insurance dependent.
Elusive Alliance: Treatment Engagement Strategies With High-Risk Adolescents (2010) Edited by David Castro-Blanco, PhD, ABPP and Marc S. Karver, PhD
Discussion of the application of treatment alliance to work with adolescents
Individual Pathways of Change: Statistical Models for Analyzing Learning and Development (2010) Edited by Peter C. M. Molenaar, PhD and Karl M. Newell, PhD
This book presents and applies cutting-edge time series analysis techniques for analyzing intra-individual change
Prevention of Treatment Failure: The Use of Measuring, Monitoring, and Feedback in Clinical Practice (2010) By Michael J. Lambert, PhD
This book describes procedures and techniques that can be used by clinical practitioners and administrators to identify patients who are at risk for treatment failure so that steps can be taken to avoid such failure