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"Lays out a holistic paradigm for advanced psychiatric nursing (APN) practice by drawing upon a neuroscience of information processing, human development, attachment theory, and trauma. . . (and) explains the essentials of psychotherapy by melding principles underlying the therapeutic alliance, adaptive information processing (AIP), change, and a hierarchically arranged treatment format that fosters healing through the resolution of dysfunctional memory this important text holds true to the historical basis for psychiatric nursing being organized around phases and principles of the nurse-patient relationship." -Margaret England, PhD, RN, CNS "Perspectives in Psychiatric Care" "Wheeler offers the field a scholarly training manual. . . grounded in Shapiro's (2001) adaptive information processing paradigm . . (where) the brain is viewed as an information processing system with innate self-healing mechanisms that regulate its internal environment to survive and to maintain a stable, constant condition through dynamic regulation." -Robert M. Greenfield, PhD "Journal of Trauma & Dissociation" This is a holistic, evidence-based approach to practicing psychotherapy for both the experienced and neophyte advanced practice nurse. Integrating neuroscience with psychotherapeutic theory, this award-winning text presents clear, step-by-step guidelines for techniques that reflect the wealth of experience garnered by Dr. Wheeler, an APN clinician of many years. The book unites disparate psychotherapeutic approaches into a model that is concise and straightforward, yet sufficiently comprehensive to provide a framework for practice that highlights the most useful models, principles, and techniques of psychotherapy. This second edition expands Peplau's interpersonal paradigm, validated by neuroscience and attachment research, from a two-person model to a more contemporary holistic perspective. It presents a practice framework that is based on relationship science and Adaptive Information Processing as an explanatory mechanism. The text educates APNs in the developmental and psychodynamic issues that are critical to accurate assessment and subsequent treatment. It also features several new chapters focusing on Motivational Interviewing, Integrating Complementary Modalities, Cognitive Processing Therapy for Trauma, EMDR, and Working with the Substance Abusing Client. The book features a hierarchical framework for treatment and is replete with case illustrations and practice examples. Also included are helpful communication techniques, assessment tools, and forms for practice. New topics in the second edition: Motivational Interviewing Peplau's Interpersonal Psychotherapy from a Holistic Perspective Integrating Complementary Modalities Cognitive Processing Therapy for Trauma Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Working with the Substance Abusing Client
First published in 1967, the original blurb reads:
This book is intended to give the intelligent lay reader a comprehensive view of the subject of psychotherapy, the treatment of nervous disorders by mental means. These disorders are of increasing importance on account of their wide-spread nature and of the misery they produce.
It describes the development of psychotherapy as employed by the most primitive peoples and races, through animal magnetism and hypnotism to the more modern analytical schools of Freud, Jung and Adler. It sets out in particular to give the positive contributions of these various systems, although this does not preclude criticism of their weaknesses and more dubious theories.
Dr Hadfield has had the widest experience, having treated psychoneurotic disorders for over fifty years, including the war neuroses in the two world wars, both in the Navy and in the Army; and, as Lecturer in the University of London in the subject for over forty years, he has had the opportunity to systematize the knowledge thus obtained. As a result of this experience he has come to conclusions as to the nature, causes and treatment of such disorders differing somewhat from those of the established Schools, and it is these findings which are given in the latter part of the book under the title, 'Direct Reductive Analysis'.
The book will be useful to all those - teachers and parsons as well as medicals - who have to deal with human beings and their aberrations, and to them it is addressed.
A comprehensive resource for successfully treating male clients In two exhaustive volumes, The New Handbook of Psychotherapy and Counseling with Men offers clinicians a much-needed guide that includes the most current research, theory, effective techniques, and strategies for treating men (no matter what their background or age) in a wide variety of situations--from on-the-job to in-the-cell block. Written by a comprehensive list of clinicians, educators, and researchers with vast experience in the field, this definitive handbook offers insightful advice for working with male clients who are often stubbornly resisting to therapy. "The New Handbook is authoritative, illuminating, and clinically compelling; indeed, it is the new standard for any mental health professional treating boys and men. Absorb it, cherish it, and most of all, use it!" --John C. Norcross, professor of psychology, University of Scranton, and president, APA Division of Psychotherapy Contributors to The Handbook of Psychotherapy and Counseling with Men include: Michael Andronico Gary R. Brooks Leon D. Caldwell Aaron Carlstrom J. Manuel Casas Sam V. Cochran Caren C. Cooper Will H. Courtenay Margaret Evanow Lucia Albino Gilbert Glenn E. Good Douglas C. Haldeman Mary J. Heppner P. Paul Heppner Hope I. Hills Carl Isenhart Norine G. Johnson Mark S. Kiselica Terry A. Kupers Ronald F. Levant David Lisak James R. Mahalik Michael R. Maples Irmo D. Marini Laurie B. Mintz Fred B. Newton James M. O'Neil Carol L. Philpot William S. Pollack Cathyn G. Pridal Fredric E. Rabinowitz John M. Robertson Christopher A. Ruiz de Esparza Murray Scher Jerrold Lee Shapiro Nancy B. Sherrod Jack Sternbach Mark A. Stevens David Sue Joseph A. Turner Lenore E. A. Walker Sarah J. Walker Joseph L. White
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