A Guide for Effective Implementation
Lori E. Raney, Gina B. Lasky, Clare Scott
Integrated Care: A Guide for Effective Implementation provides a detailed, thoughtful, and experience-based guide to the complex and potentially overwhelming process of implementing an integrated care program. The advantages of integrated care from both the clinical and administrative perspectives are many, including better detection of illness, improvement in overall health outcomes, a better patient care experience, flexibility in responding to policy and financial changes, and an emphasis on return on investment. The book addresses the emerging framework of core principles for effective integrated care, reviews the most up-to-date research on implementation, and presents practice-based experience to serve as a guide. This information is useful in both traditional integration of behavioral health into general medical settings (often primary care) or integrating general medical care into a specialty mental health or substance use treatment setting. Because administrators, clinicians, policy makers, payers and others need guidance in determining what effective implementation looks like, the authors offer a three-part examination of the key components of an implementation strategy and explore the elements essential for success.
Learning Cognitive-behavior Therapy, 2nd Edition
An Illustrated Guide
Jesse H Wright, Gregory K Brown, Michael E Thase, Monica Ramirez Basco, Glen O Gabbard
Building on its successful -read-see-do- approach, this second edition of Learning Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: An Illustrated Guide seamlessly combines 23 all-new videos with informative text and figures, charts, worksheets, checklists, and tables to help readers not only learn the essential skills of CBT but achieve competence in this important evidence-based treatment method.
The American Psychiatric Association Publishing
Textbook of Psychopharmacology, 5th Edition
Alan F Schatzberg, Charles B. Nemeroff
The American Psychiatric Association Publishing Textbook of Psychopharmacology boasts a long and unassailable reputation as a classic, providing a clearly written, meticulously cross-referenced, and user-friendly guide to this swiftly evolving field. This new 5th Edition has been thoroughly updated in the context of the latest research and reflects the introduction of DSM-5. The chapter authors were carefully selected for their expertise, and the editors have ensured that the resulting text is consistent in style and approach across topics and sections.
Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy
Individual and Relational Approaches
Robert Rocco Cottone
This innovative new text presents a comprehensive review of major theories of counseling and psychotherapy using four paradigms: organic-medical, psychological, systemic/relational, and social constructivist. Designed to be accessible and relevant to practice, the book reinforces learning with the inclusion of objectives, chapter summaries, applications of each theory in practice, and brief biographies of major theorists.
College Student Development
Applying Theory to Practice on the Diverse Campus
Wendy K. Killam, Suzanne Degges-White
This timely and comprehensive overview of key theories of student development illustrates their application across a range of student services with diverse student populations. It focuses on nontraditional student populations, including adults changing careers, parents, veterans, and international students. The book examines relevant theories of cognitive, ethical, moral, and personality development, as well as theories of identity development in terms of ethnicity, gender, and ability. Also covered are theories relevant to disability issues, LGBTQ identity issues, and choice of career and degree programs. Unique to the text is information on how theories can be applied, beyond understanding individual students, to student groups and to guide the coordination of student affairs services across the campus.
DSM-5 and Family Systems
Jessica Russo, J. Kelly Coker, Jason King
The first text to present DSM-5 diagnoses within a relational perspective, DSM-5 and Family Systems delivers timely content aimed at training marriage and family therapists, clinical mental health counselors, and other systems-oriented practitioners. It reflects how the DSM-5 examines, for the first time, its diagnostic categories from the perspective of cultural and environmental impact on the development of individual disorders and conditions. This comprehensive text provides students with an understanding of how to approach a diagnosis as it relates to assessments, treatment planning, and ethical implications from a family and relational systems perspective.