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CLINICAL MANUAL OF COUPLES AND FAMILY THERAPY

 - EBOOK

GABOR I. KEITNER, ALISON MARGARET HERU, IRA D. GLICK

, 2009
  • Formato: EPUB - DRM
  • Editorial: AMERICAN PSYCHIATRIC PUBLISHING
  • Lengua: INGLÉS
  • Año edición: 2009
  • ISBN: 9781585629312

The Clinical Manual of Couples and Family Therapy presents a conceptual framework for engaging families of psychiatric patients. It outlines practical, evidence-based family therapy skills that make it easier for clinicians to effectively integrate families into the treatment process. Moreover, it reestablishes the role of the psychiatrist as the leader of the team of professionals providing mental health care to patients in need.

The underlying assumption in this concise manual is that most psychiatric symptoms or conditions evolve in a social context, and families can be useful in identifying the history, precipitants, and likely future obstacles to the management of presenting problems. The book clarifies the clinical decision-making process for establishing family involvement in patient care in different clinical settings, and it outlines distinct steps in family assessment and treatment within a biopsychosocial organizing framework that can be applied to all families, regardless of the patients presenting problems. The books approach is based on a broad model of family functioning, which provides a multidimensional description of families and has validated instruments to assess family functioning from both internal and external perspectives. Unique features and benefits of the manual include: • A focus on one consistent model of assessment and treatment that can be applied to a wide range of psychiatric conditions and clinical settings• Numerous case examples, tables, and charts throughout the text to further highlight the material• A summary of key concepts at the end of each chapter• A companion DVD, keyed to discussion in the text, that demonstrates how to perform a family assessment and treatment

All psychiatrists should be proficient in assessing the social and familial context in which a patients psychiatric illness evolves. The Clinical Manual of Couples and Family Therapy is a practical guide designed to facilitate a clinicians ability to evaluate and treat couples and families.

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Datos del producto

  • Editorial: AMERICAN PSYCHIATRIC PUBLISHING
  • Lengua: INGLÉS
  • ISBN: 9781585629312
  • Año edición: 2009
  • Formato: EPUB - DRM Tagus

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The Clinical Manual of Couples and Family Therapy presents a conceptual framework for engaging families of psychiatric patients. It outlines practical, evidence-based family therapy skills that make it easier for clinicians to effectively integrate families into the treatment process. Moreover, it reestablishes the role of the psychiatrist as the leader of the team of professionals providing mental health care to patients in need.

The underlying assumption in this concise manual is that most psychiatric symptoms or conditions evolve in a social context, and families can be useful in identifying the history, precipitants, and likely future obstacles to the management of presenting problems. The book clarifies the clinical decision-making process for establishing family involvement in patient care in different clinical settings, and it outlines distinct steps in family assessment and treatment within a biopsychosocial organizing framework that can be applied to all families, regardless of the patients presenting problems. The books approach is based on a broad model of family functioning, which provides a multidimensional description of families and has validated instruments to assess family functioning from both internal and external perspectives. Unique features and benefits of the manual include: • A focus on one consistent model of assessment and treatment that can be applied to a wide range of psychiatric conditions and clinical settings• Numerous case examples, tables, and charts throughout the text to further highlight the material• A summary of key concepts at the end of each chapter• A companion DVD, keyed to discussion in the text, that demonstrates how to perform a family assessment and treatment

All psychiatrists should be proficient in assessing the social and familial context in which a patients psychiatric illness evolves. The Clinical Manual of Couples and Family Therapy is a practical guide designed to facilitate a clinicians ability to evaluate and treat couples and families.

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